Olbia, a city full of surprises

September 04, 2020

Olbia, an Italian town in the north-east of Sardinia, is well worth a visit. Paradise beaches, cultural and sacred places, lively markets… Olbia is full of surprises. Here’s a small glimpse of some of them.

A trip to Gozo, Malta’s sister island

July 27, 2020

The nymph temptress Calypso is supposed to have kept Ulysses prisoner on this island paradise for seven years, but Gozo’s charms are far from mythical. Today, visitors come ashore of their own free will.

Costa Cálida – Murcia: a safe destination

July 23, 2020

Here’s some good news: fun and safety can be a great duo that goes together hand in hand. Yes, you can enjoy unique experiences, unforgettable getaways and magical sunsets. You can breathe in fresh air, hike to the top of mountains, splash about and ride the waves.

Beaches to escape to in Cantabria

July 21, 2020

Every summer is different (and summer 2020 certainly is), but if there’s one thing we can’t live without, no matter what, it’s the BEACH. That’s why we’d like you to come with us to discover just how varied the beaches in Cantabria are. They’re ideal for getting away from it all this summer, and, come to that, at any time of year.

GET INSPIRED BY NAPLES

April 08, 2020

Possibly the most authentic city of Italy, Naples has been the meeting point of empires and cultures over the centuries. Fiercely authentic, it’s remarkable history, landmarks and, most of all, the genuine character of its people, have made this city one of the most interesting destinations to visit in the Mediterranean.

Unwind in Cantabria this spring

March 12, 2020

Fresh air, peace and quiet, no routines, saying farewell to the alarm clock and so much more. Doesn’t that sound perfect? Fancy experiencing it for yourself? Take a flight to Cantabria this spring to get away from all the noise and stress, and connect with nature in these three forests that you’ll always want to return to.

The Estuaire Trail, land art along the Loire

March 09, 2020

Nantes is home to ‘le Voyage à Nantes’ but this exuberant arts trail isn’t confined to the city. It winds its way along the Loire estuary to Saint-Nazaire and is dotted with land art installations, some of which are my very favourite sights in the region.

TOUR OF THE ZARAGOZA MUDÉJAR

March 05, 2020

The heritage of the Aragonese capital is rich in abundant examples of Mudéjar art, an architectural style unique to Spain, arising from the fusion of two artistic traditions during the Middle Ages: the Hispano-Islamic and Western Christian styles.

The best traditional desserts from Catania

February 13, 2020

A trip to Sicily is also a journey of taste. The region has plenty to offer in terms of art and landscapes, but the other thing that stands out is undoubtedly its cuisine, which reaches the highest quality from starters through to desserts.

Unusual visit of Venice

February 10, 2020

Have you ever thought about riding a horse around Venice?
Maybe not right in the centre, even though people used to ride through the city until the late Middle Ages, even in St Mark’s Square, until it was prohibited.

Le Hangar à Bananes: the place to be in Nantes

February 07, 2020

Le Hangar à Bananes (“Banana Warehouse”) is a symbolic place in the city of Nantes. As a newcomer to the city, you’ll hear its name on the lips of almost everyone you meet in Nantes. What’s more, the fact that it’s a difficult concept to define will make you want to find out more.


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