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.
Bordered by Gers, the Landes, Hautes-Pyrenees and the Bay of Biscay, with the Atlantic to the west and the Pyrenees to the south, the Pyrénées-Atlantiques is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Goult might be a significantly lesser-known village than the neighbouring towns of Gordes and Roussillon, but that doesn’t make it an absolute treasure to visit.
Flamenco dancing, bullfighting, sunshine and tapas, Andalusia is famous for many things that have attracted visitors to this unique part of southern Spain for centuries.
Mallorca is blessed with year-round sunshine, mild temperatures and the profusion of vibrant seasonal colours, making it a dream destination for those seeking fun in the sun amongst stunning natural surroundings.
Known for its rich maritime history where countless battles have taken place down the centuries, the ancient city of Brest, positioned at the tip of Brittany, is a beguiling port city to visit.
Perched at the top of a rocky limestone ridge with stone castle walls adjoining a sheer cliff face that drops to the River Guadalete below, Arcos de la Frontera is hailed as being one of Andalucía’s most dramatically positioned of its Pueblos Blancos – whitewashed villages.