Catalunya is scattered in beautiful hillside towns. Some of these towns are inland, others face the shimmering Mediterranean glinting under the sun. If you’re visiting this culturally and scenically distinct part of Spain sometime soon and want to be acquainted with some of the most traditional villages South East Spain has to offer, take a
The diverse island of Crete has much to offer visitors. From ancient historical ruins to beautiful beaches, pretty villages and incredible sunsets, this verdant island is a true marvel to explore.
New to our Mallorca portfolio is the lovely Ca’n Roca. This traditional style country home has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, sleeping up to six guests.
The sun-soaked island of Mallorca has plenty to offer all year round. Though it is perhaps during the winter, when much of Europe is under a sea of cloud, that this scenically, climatically and the culturally uplifting island is at its most inspiring.
Umbria is scattered with medieval villages nestled amid verdant valleys. The ancient villages of Umbria provide the perfect spots to experience authentic Italy, and none more so than Paciano.
With striking beaches, beguiling historical sites, mouth-watering cuisine, breathtakingly beautiful scenery, not to mention an enviable climate, it’s hardly surprising that travellers have long had a love-affair with Cyprus.
The Costa Blanca – ‘White Coast’ – comprises of a 200km- a stretch of beautifully diverse coastline in the Alicante province of Spain.
Unlike its better-known neighbour the Costa del Sol, the Costa de la Luz has always been a more guarded secret among locals and visitors looking for a relaxing experience on a beautiful beach.
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.
Known as the ‘green heart of Italy,’ Umbria is blessed with a verdant landscape of rolling hills, fertile valleys and dramatic peaks. One defining natural landmark of Umbria is the mighty Monte Subasio, which lies within the Apennine mountains in the province of Perugia.