With a name like Queen, you’d expect our latest villa to our 2020 programme in the mesmerising bay of Kalkan, Turkey, to offer guests something special.
Turkey’s upmarket yet traditional Lycian Coast that’s blessed with immense natural beauty, is the perfect place to visit if you’re craving a tranquil holiday destination where you can experience authentic Turkish culture.
Covering a vast 25,709 square kilometres, Sicily is Italy’s largest island. Dubbed for decades as the “Island of the Sun,” this culturally and geographically distinct island is characterised by its sub-tropical climate of hot summers and mild winters.
The Algarve is scattered in quant and traditional towns that provide the perfect places to become acquainted with authentic life in this sun-drenched region of southern Portugal.
With beautiful beaches, an unrivalled volcanic landscape, traditional villages and towns, not to mention year-round sunshine and incredible sunsets, Lanzarote is made for a romantic escape for two.
When in Galicia, you are literally spoilt for choice about which beach to head to for a relaxing, memorable day in the most picturesque of surroundings. This unspoilt corner of north-western Spain is home to 1200km of undulating coastline, scattered with beautiful beaches, bays and coves.
If you’re looking for somewhere stylish and comfortable to stay in Menorca that’s close to one of the island’s renowned sandy beaches, then let us introduce you to Villa Sonya.
The aptly named Vue du Lac, overlooking the stunning Lac de St. Cassien about an hour’s drive from Nice, is now live for our 2020 Cote d’Azur programme.
Facing the exhilarating Atlantic Ocean, extending from the renowned surfing haven of Tarifa in the south to the mouth of the mighty Guadiana River, the Costa de la Luz – Coast of Light – has long been a popular family holiday destination.
Rabac is a quaint little fishing port and village that sits on the Eastern side of the Istrian peninsula. Today, Rabac’s promenade is a thriving hub, with roller-skaters and cyclists travelling up and down and diners tucking into authentic Croatian cuisine in the many restaurants that line the seafront.