Umbria is doused in towns, cities and villages that were built in ancient times and cling to a colourful past. And none more so than the medieval town of Gubbio, tucked on a hillside in the far north-eastern corner of Umbria.
With its shimmering, cobalt water lapping golden beaches backed by a dramatic vista of cliffs and hillsides, it’s hardly surprising the beaches of Corfu act as a tourist magnet.
The Cote d’Azur is world famous for its beautiful beaches, fine cuisine, elegant cities and breath-taking views. This glamorous and desirable stretch of coast in the south of France is also notorious for its art.
Lined with small coves, many of which can only be accessed by boat, flanked by rugged cliffs carpeted in fragrant pines plunging into cobalt sea, it’s not surprising that the Lycian Coast has been described as Turkey’s “most breath-taking coast.”
The culturally-, gastronomically- and geographically-distinct corner of north-west Spain known as Galicia is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Europe.
Vila Nova de Cerveira is a small but incredibly pretty village that lies on the banks of the River Minho in northern Portugal.
To experience authentic Spain, with beautiful sandy beaches, a traditional way of life, year-round sunshine and plenty of sites and activities for the whole family, head to the Costa de la Luz.
The medieval hilltop town of Pals in Catalonia is justifiably known as one of the most charming villages on the Costa Brava.
Andalusia is scattered with mighty sierras, where jagged mountain peaks can be carpeted in snow or take on an arid desert-scape, depending on the season.
Vintage Travel is thrilled to have added Villa Lola to our portfolio of villas on the beautiful, sun-drenched island of Menorca.