Going on an adventure is one of the best ways to unwind and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. And what better way to truly escape than by diving into the deep blue of the Mediterranean islands of Malta & Gozo?
Beaches & Islands
For over 200 years, Brighton has been one of England’s most beautiful and attractive cities… This gorgeous city has become known worldwide for its specialty shops, seaside charms, striking architecture, colourful arcades, buzzing gay scene, lively arts, sidewalks, and independent cafes. The list goes on! Next time you’re visiting the UK, take a trip to this culturally vibrant city and we guarantee you will be mesmerised by its character. So, without further ado, here are our best places to visit in Brighton!
When someone says beach, you probably think of the white sands of Portugal, the turtle-infested waters of the Greek Islands, the surf hotspots in France… But what about fish and chips soaked in vinegar and eaten straight from the paper? Dripping 99s drizzled with raspberry sauce and topped with a flake from the ice cream van? There’s a lot to love about a trip to the British seaside.
The southern Costa de la Luz is an area of Spain that is largely untouched, natural and wild; not yet ruined by mass tourism, commercialisation or high-rise buildings. Discover a coastline in Spain offering pristine white sandy beaches; natural parks; horse-riding; world class kite-surfing; hip, bohemian hangouts; delicious dining, fine sherry and passionate flamenco.
The Cinque Terre is a popular tourist attraction on the North West coast of Italy. Its quaint villages and cooling swimming spots are a favourite for people travelling through Italy. The villages are small, unique and colourful, linked together by picturesque winding tracks… This guide will give you all the essential advice and tips needed to help you to conquer the great Italian coast that is the Cinque Terre.