beaches Tag

15 Jun Baleares, more than Ibiza: beaches in Menorca

Although Ibiza could be the most popular destination for international travellers, the truth is that Baleares Archipelago has many other hidden treasures like Menorca. While the north of Menorca has some busy resorts, it also has a good share of the island's uncrowded little beaches, interesting country walks, and a range of water sports including sailing. At Cala Pregonda, a 15-minute drive from Son Parc and Fornells, then a 20-minute walk from the car park, is...

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21 Apr Avoiding stress in Aruba

Aruba lies close to the equator, a consistent eastern trade wind cools the island and prevents storms from hovering over the island. As a result, Aruba averages a mere 18 inches of precipitation a year, with most rain falling between October and January. This trade wind also creates impeccable conditions on the eastern coast for sports such as windsurfing. On the other hand, the calm waters of the western coast are great for scuba diving...

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25 Jun Brazil and a luxury trip. The best combination in 3 days

Experience the stunning natural beauty of the surrounding mountains and the vibrant beach culture of one of the most beautiful cities in the world: Rio de Janeiro, the gem of Brazil. Spend three days in five star luxury at the beachfront hotel while you visit the highlights that have made this one of the most visited destinations in South America. Below is a sample of just one of the ways to spend 3 days in...

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11 Jun Pure nature: Puerto Rico

Over the last ten years, the reputation of Costa Rica as a travel destination has grown leaps and bounds. Good places to visit include San Jose and Tamarindo. Costa Rica Located in Central America, Costa Rica is a country with a lot to offer. The country is unique because the costal areas present some of the nicest beaches in the world, while a few hours inland you can find towering mountains with volcanoes, pristine rivers for white...

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26 Feb Andalusian beauties

Andalucia, which is Spain’s southernmost autonomous community, is a place of unrivalled natural beauty. The state, which consists of eight provinces, each unique in its own offerings is rising up meteorically on everyone’s chart of the best tourist destinations in the world due to its varied and till now, untouched and undiscovered beauty. Andalucia’s natural beauty is unique in itself because it is one of those rare places on earth that offer mankind all the...

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07 Aug The Cantábrico Sea, a luxury destination for the summer 2014

We usually think that the Mediterranean coast and the beaches in Huelva are for the summer. Why? The good weather is guaranteed. But the reality is that the North of Spain has good weather in July and August. It is amazing how the weather forecast is wrong with the northern coasts. Temperatures have reached 33º some years, and this is equivalent to 40º in the inside peninsula. It is worth choosing the Cantábrico, with part...

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