The Jolan Valley, known locally as the Vall de Pop, is home to some of the best scenery in Spain. This mountainous valley is doused in plains peppered with fragrant orange groves, gnarled olive trees, fertile vineyards and sweet-smelling almond trees.
Islamlar is a beautiful, quiet village hidden in the foothills of the Toros mountain range on Turkey’s ultra-desirable Lycian Coast. Unspoilt by mass tourism, this pretty little village provides a snapshot of authentic Turkish life.
With a unique lunar landscape, year-round sunshine, fascinating art, history and architecture, not to mention beautiful beaches with unobstructed views of the island, there are many reasons to visit Lanzarote.
The Greek island of Kefalonia is famed for its stunning natural beauty and unique geographical wonders including the Melissani Lake and the Drogarati Cave. Many a laidback village can be found dotted along the island’s idyllic coastline that’s backed by a spectacular mountainous interior.
Cefalu is a beautiful seaside town on the northern coast of Sicily, where quaint and charming streets face the Tyrrhenian Sea. This ancient towns remains of the most important centres of culture, art and history on the island and is the perfect place to become acquainted with authentic Sicilian life.
Early springtime could be considered one of the prettiest times of the year to visit Mallorca when the almond trees that carpet the island begin to sprout fragrant blossom.
With beautiful beaches, beguiling ancient sites, friendly locals and delicious cuisine, it’s hardly surprising the verdant, sunny island of Crete remains a favourite holiday destination.
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.