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.
The vibrant, characterful town of Jerez de la Frontera is widely considered one of southern Spain’s most beautiful destinations.
Stromboli is a small island that lies off Sicily’s northern coast in the Tyrrhenian Sea. The island is home to one of the three active volcanoes in Italy.
Being a pretty, charming and historic hillside town, Tivoli, situated around 30km to the east-north-east or Rome, remains of the most popular destinations for day trips from Rome.
The beguiling towns of Brittany are littered with quirky customs, interesting sites, beautiful architecture and unmissable markets where locals and visitors flock to week-in-week-out, to pick up fresh produce and unique items they wouldn’t find anywhere else.
When it comes to Barcelona, going off the beaten path is arguably the best way to experience this magnificent city. While the typical main attractions are certainly must-sees, there are plenty of less well-known spots that need to be seen in order to really appreciate this fascinating city.
Drenched in sun and enveloped in the most glorious sandy beaches is Lanzarote, located off the coast of West Africa. As part of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote is in good company when it comes to stunning sunny beach destinations for travellers seeking to escape the everyday grind.
Istria is blessed with endless beauty spots and hidden gems, so many in fact that discovering them all in one trip is nigh impossible!
With ancient sites, timeless villages, stunning beaches, medieval castles and breathtakingly beautiful scenery, the peninsula of Peloponnese in southern Greece is a true delight to visit.
If you’ve yet to visit Andalucía’s ‘big three’ cities, you’re certainly in for a treat when you do. By ‘big three’ we mean Granada, Cordoba and Seville, three remarkable Spanish cities, laden in extraordinary Moorish architecture, brimming with zest, traditionalism and vivacity and paradisal for culture vultures, foodies, musicians, shopaholics, historians and more.