Posts tagged Med
Postcards from Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is the sea-facing city located in the southern part of Croatia. Famed for its picturesque rooftops and contribution for hosting scenes for Game of Thrones, this little city has lots to offer. Yes, you will find an influx of visitors from those taking a shortstop on their cruise trip in the main city, simply time your stay carefully to avoid the crowds and have a hassle-free experience.

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Postcards from Malta

Malta is ideally located just below the Italian island of Sicily, within close proximity to the north-east tip of Africa. The island has an abundance of World Heritage Sites, modest stilled beaches and a satisfying culture revolving around food. Some of our favourite times on the island included losing ourselves in timeworn backstreets in chronicled old cities and eating at some of the best restaurants the island has to offer. Through this experience, we mingled with the locals, tasted some goodies for ourselves and got a genuine feel for the island's lifestyle.

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Postcards from Villefranche-sur-Mer

Villefranche-sur-Mer is an enchanting seaside town in a busy part of the Côte d'Azur just east of Nice. The golden sandy beaches draw crowds and you can also find an selection of charming terrace cafés and restaurants. The Bay of Villefranche is simply breathtaking, noted as one of the five most beautiful bays in the world, you can see Cap of Nice on the right and Cap Ferrat on the left. 

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72hrs in Palma de Mallorca

Mallorca has been an unbeatable holiday destination for decades due to its Mediterranean appeal, culinary traditions and historical attributes. The island has many corners of escapes that are tranquil and peaceful, while the main city Palma resembles an idealistic epicentre of the Mediterranean's envious way of life, with a rich cultural agenda. This 72 hours post is packed with insider tips on where to eat, drink and stay in Mallorca on a three-day break.

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72hrs in Agios Nikolaos, Crete

What we love best about Crete is its diversity, from big touristy resort areas to remote villages where you can experience a true Greek dreamscape. Agios Nikolaos is the perfect balance of the two, as we found the town to be sleepy and leisurely vibrant at the same time, with an arty element to the street art culture and art attack at the luxury sea front Minos Beach Art Hotel. What we indulged best was the surreal serenity that we had the privilege to experience, making it one of our best summer breaks yet. 

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