• South mediterranean
    CYPRUS,  EGYPT,  EUROPE,  GREECE,  MEDITERRANEAN SEA

    Sunshine holidays & more in the South Mediterranean

    South Mediterranean Area In the search for holidays full of sunshine, culture and more our quest takes us to the South Mediterranean area, revealing some enchanting destinations that promise a sunshine packed vacation, mostly all year round. Think beyond the usual Southern European coast countries that we usually associate with the Mediterranean, such as Spain, France, Italy, or Greece, and dare to travel further south to the Levantine coast and Cyprus, as well as the Northern African coast to Egypt. The former promises the visitor a laid back holiday by the sea with the infusion of diverse history that has left its mark throughout the ages, while the latter will…

  • Mediterranean Island
    CROATIA,  EUROPE,  GREECE,  ISLANDS,  MEDITERRANEAN SEA

    Mediterranean Island Destinations: Greece and Croatia

    Summer is the most popular season for visiting some Mediterranean island destinations. Destinations that combine sun, sea and sand with some amazing landscape visuals. Greece, is one Mediterranean country that is able to deliver all these, and then some. Santorini and the rest of the Cyclades promise the visitor some truly phenomenal moments, whether they are traveling as a couple, as a family or as a group of friends. Of course, Greece is a summer classic, yet, you will be surprised to find out that Croatia has its fair share of islands that are also suitable to provide some wonderful holidays.    Greek islands for Summer Let’s begin with of…

  • malta
    EUROPE,  MALTA,  MEDITERRANEAN SEA

    Malta: the island full of life, history and cultures in the Mediterranean Sea.

    Malta Let’s start with a bit of geography of Malta. Malta is a Southern European Island Country consisting of an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s very close to Italy (Sicily) and Africa (Tunisia). Because of that, the climate is very mild and sunny. It has 300 days of sun per year. Therefore you can visit it without thinking about the season. The archipelago of Malta consists of three major islands: Malta (of course), Gozo and Comino. Unfortunately I didn’t have so much time to visit all but only Malta Island. Malta has two official languages which are Maltese and English. However, the Italian language is also spoken from more…

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