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7 Cool things to do in London with your children

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You climb the stairs to the Oxford Circus, and suddenly you are in the busiest, liveliest and most active part of Europe: in the centre of London. Where thousands of people run to catch up on their jobs, the tube, the obligations, the time. Tens of thousands of tourists loaded with heavy bags full of groceries trying to squeeze in between people to get to the next store while the red double-decker buses almost hit you if you are not at the crossing or if you forget to look for a moment on the right side of the road. Of course, all this was true before the pandemic.

But through all this traffic and crowds, the city of London offers many exciting options for your family. London is an incredible kid-friendly European capital as long as you know where to go and especially what time and day you will visit each spot. Let’s find out the 10 cool things you and your family can do in the city of London, shall we?

  1. London Eye

Forty minutes is enough to see and admire the capital of England from above. Talk to your kids about the most important attractions you can find, map them, and you will get a few minutes of valuable rest.

  1. Magical London: Harry Potter Guided Walking Tour

If your kids are fans of the little wizard called Harry (who isn’t), then this tour is for your family! Meet your tour guide in Soho and follow in the footsteps of the most famous little magician on the planet! The tour lasts 2.5 hours, and the price starts from 23 pounds/person. So grab your wands and get ready for a magical journey!

  1. National History Museum

Get off at South Kensington area and explore the iconic neighbourhood of  The Museum of Natural History will enchant young and old as it travels you through the world of dinosaurs with exhibits and interactive techniques while introducing you to the evolution of the planet, minerals, animals and humans! You will not get tired of looking at the impressive dummies and fossils of dinosaur skeletons and eggs while the periodic exhibitions are a must-visit for everyone.

  1. Hyde Park

It is the perfect opportunity to take fantastic walks in the city centre. Choose which park is closest to you and walk for an hour or two enjoying nature, the utter calm, the horses that will pass you (yeah really) and the squirrels that jump from the trees! Do not forget to get acorns to feed them!

  1. Lego Store

It is located in the centre of Leicester Square and takes you to the magical world of Lego where everything is possible as long as you have the right bricks! This Lego Store is the first in the world to have the opportunity for Lego Mosaic. Get in the photobooth with your kids, take a perfect photo and get the bricks to make your own Lego Mosaic collectable! It costs 100 pounds and is really worth it! At the same time browse the massive constructions such as the subway car, Big Ben, the British telephone booth and the whole map of the underground tube.

  1. Crazy Golf

After you visit the Lego store, we suggest you see with your children a specific place for mini-golf games or otherwise as your children call it, crazy golf. In these specially designed areas, you can enjoy a fun mini-golf game with various obstacles, ramps, pipes and carpets, decorated and embellished with fantasy designs and themes. Playing a game of mini-golf will give you exceptional moments of laughter, carefreeness and ease for you and your family. Plonk Golf in London with four different venues in the city gives you the opportunity to enjoy a fun mini-golf game with the rest of your family, with unbeatable prices and an ideal environment for your child.

  1. Science Museum

Probably the most interactive museum you’ve ever visited, right next to the National History Museum in South Kensington. Visit Wonderlab, experiment and start the journey in the history of science from discovering the first manual loom until you reach the final level of space exploration.

Of course, London is enormous, and no matter how many times you visit it, you will never feel that you have “conquered” it. Schedule and decide that you can not see everything. We certainly did not mention dozens of other kids-oriented attractions, such as all-time classic Madame Tussauds, the Aquarium, a walk in the Covent Garden, the Zoo, the HMS Belfast that drives young children crazy, the Transport Museum and dozens more, but these activities that presented above are the ideal to get the first taste of this magical city called London!

Where To Find The Best Super Yacht Charter – Mediterranean or Adriatic?

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It can be tough deciding where in Europe to go on your super yacht charter – Mediterranean destinations or Adriatic?

Of the two different areas, where might you find the best beaches, most delicious cuisine, best party atmosphere or wealth of cultural heritage? Let’s take a look.

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Best for super yacht charter – Mediterranean or Adriatic spots?

Best Beaches

One of the joys of chartering a yacht is finding beaches not easily accessible by land, and on a super yacht charter, Mediterranean beaches that stand out include Cala Soraya on the tiny island of Spargi, off Sardinia’s north-eastern coast. Also inaccessible by road is Cala Tonnarella, an oasis of bone-white sand west of Palermo, Sicily.

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If you’re on an Adriatic yacht charter, Croatia’s Zlatni Rat on the island of Brač stands out for its striking shape, which changes with the currents, but some of the country’s loveliest and little-known beaches are in the area around Orebić. Montenegro’s Mogren Beach on the Budva Riviera stuns with its steep cliffs and emerald waters.

Best Cuisine

The Mediterranean has a well-established reputation for tasty, healthy food – think olive oil, fresh tomatoes and herbs. Whether you fancy paella in Spain, pasta, pizza or risotto in Italy, or the classic flavours of Provence, Mediterranean cuisine rarely disappoints.

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By contrast, the cuisine of the Adriatic regions is lesser known, but maybe more exciting as a result. A speciality in both Croatia and Montenegro is Crni Rižot, or black risotto, made with squid, garlic, wine and squid ink. Another is Brudet, a tomato-based fisherman’s stew served with polenta. Njeguski ham is the Montenegrin version of prosciutto, usually eaten with cheese and olives.

Most Fun Party Atmosphere

For fun partying during a super yacht charter, the Mediterranean island of Ibiza is widely considered the ultimate destination, with a host of hip beach clubs, while Puerto Banus is the beating heart of Marbella’s legendary nightlife scene. Saint Tropez, a favourite summer retreat of A-listers, holds epic parties along its Pampelonne Beach. For glitzy Italian socializing, head to Sardinia’s Costa Smerelda, and its swanky cocktail bars and VIP lounges.

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For elegant bars and booming clubs, set your Adriatic yacht charter towards Hvar city, on Croatia’s Hvar island, or to Budva, the cosmopolitan party capital of Montenegro.

Cultural Heritage

During a super yacht charter, Mediterranean locations offer a wealth of cultural heritage, from Italy’s UNESCO-listed Cinque Terre, to the Amalfi Coast and of course Pompeii. Sicily is home to dozens of World Heritage sites, among them the Greek temples at the Valle dei Templi in Agrigento. On Corsica’s southern tip, Bonifacio’s clifftop medieval citadel has no fewer than 40 classified sites.

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While culture-rich Venice is a must during an Adriatic yacht charter, the old town of Dubrovnik is among the world’s most beautiful heritage cities, while Šibenik, Trogir Island and Split are packed with ancient cathedrals, palaces and fortresses. Montenegro’s Bay of Kotor is listed for its well-preserved architecture and seamless integration with its landscape.

Travelling by crewed yacht charter offers the ultimate in carefree travel, whether you choose a super yacht charter Mediterranean style, or an Adriatic yacht charter. We hope this article has helped you make your decision!

Travel Destinations in Indonesia – Nusa Penida

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There can be no doubting the wondrous attractions of Indonesia. A unique archipelago of more than 17,000 islands, all of which exude their own sui generis. Peoples, with their cultures and religions, have shaped and molded Indonesia into what is now a magnet for the curious mind, the excitement seeker and the soul searcher.

For the lover of an island hoping holiday, Indonesia is like letting a child loose in a sweet shop. There is something different on every island, burnt into the soul and beating within the heart of each community. But there is one thing each visitor expects, their vision of a tropical paradise. That true vision of paradise is probably best found off the Southeast coast of the island of Bali. Lesser known and certainly overshadowed by its bigger neighbor is a perfect gem, Nusa Penida.

With a population of around 45,000, Nusa Penida exudes tranquility and serenity, coupled with excitement and explorative fascination. It does so without the glitz and neon to be seen on other islands, such as Bali. Nusa Penida relies on its natural attributes, of which it has plenty, to attract visitors that want a truly unadulterated tropical experience.

Seeing and Doing on Nusa Penida

The clear blue waters that envelope the island are an absolute haven for snorkelers and scuba divers. A reputation has grown around the island having some of the most fascinating dive sites in the world. Experienced divers, novices and absolute beginners are all well catered for. There are numerous certified dive schools offering tuition, guidance and equipment hire. Even the most reluctant of water babies succumb to the irresistible draw of the crystal waters and quickly learn to be at one with the deep.

Put on your flippers and try out snorkeling. To the West of the island, Crystal Bay is the perfect location for the snorkeler. The marine fauna off the beach has to be seen to be believed, and swimming amongst it is an experience that lives forever. Napoleon fish and Parrot fish dance and flit over the brightly coloured coral and turtles are happy to be visited by their human inquisitors. In the summer months it’s possible to sight the monster Mola Mola, growing up to 1,000 kilos, this harmless sea beast is a visionary treat never to be forgotten.

Manta Bay is very aptly named, experience swimming with the incredibly graceful manta rays. Shark spotting is to be had at Malibu Point. The Gray Reef, Reef white Tip and Silver Tip sharks are commonly seen in the waters at Malibu Point. At Penida Bay peculiar rock formations have made the location very popular. One massive, well known rock, is the ‘Resting Elephant’, look out for it, it’s incredible.

In the Northeast of the island there is an experience awaiting the visitor like no other to be had anywhere. Head for Angel’s Billabong. Your hotel may have an infinity pool, but Angel’s Billabong is one that nature has given the island. Sit in the pool with the water cascading down the rocks and flowing around you, and then crashing off the infinity edge as you look out to sea. Amazing!

Of course no one can visit such a beautiful island and ignore the beaches. The beaches on Nusa Penida are not only graced with soft white sand, but many of them are so quiet and secluded that you could be forgiven that it was created just for you as you laze in the shade of a baying palm. The best way to see these beaches is by taking a boat for a beach tour. At less than 2,000 Baht these tours are well worth the money and give you the opportunity to spot the perfect beach for your lazy day of peace and tranquility.

Visiting explorers should not forget the island’s interior. There is around 16 acres of rainforest that host a multitude of colourful flora and fauna. There are well signposted treks and trails to follow for a leisurely walk amongst the verdant forest. Keep a look out for the numerous species of lizard and the macaque monkeys.

Part of the island’s interior is given over to the Nusa Penida bird sanctuary. You maybe something of an ornithologist, or not, either way a walk through the sanctuary is a must. Passeriformes, apodiformes, piciformes, charadriiformes, pteroclidiformes and raptors, these may not be words that roll off the tongue for most, but you don’t have to be an ornithologist to appreciate the colour, grace and beauty of the many and varied birds within the sanctuary.

If you long for the glitzy neon of modern retail therapy, Nusa Penida is not for you. The island is a welcome escape from materialistic commercialism. Small local shops sell all the basic requirements of life and in the town of Sampalan there is a market selling all local produce. Around the market area of the town there are plenty of restaurants offering traditional fayre. Local produce predominates, with the bounty of the seas in prominence.

Staying on Nusa Penida

Finding accommodation on the island is not a problem for any visitor of any budget. At the lower end of the market there is the budget stay, a unique example being The Packer Box. Mid-range establishments like Singabu Bungalows offer great value for money. At the upper end, the 4-star Crystal Bay Villa & Residence is a typical example, with its à la carte restaurant which is open to non-residents.

Nusa Penida may be minor in size, but it has a giant stature like no other island of the archipelago. The island lives and breathes a uniquity which touches each and every visitor and instills memories that last a lifetime.

The Best Day Trips from Athens

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You will definitely not want to miss excursions & trips from Athens. The Greek capital is a city full of monuments and attractions. But it is also worth spending a few days to get to know its surroundings. You can discover sites as magical as Meteora or historical treasures such as Delphi. Among many others! In this post we tell you the best day trips from Athens.

Meteora, our favorite excursion

Surely you will not have time to do all the excursions from Athens that we propose. But if you can only do one, we recommend this one. The monasteries of Meteora that hang on the rocks are a spectacle for any retina. The landscape seems taken from a story. In the fifteenth century there were up to 24 monasteries but currently only 6 are preserved. And they have been a World Heritage Site since 1988.

How to get there:  

Meteora is not far from Athens. If you rent a car and want to go and return on the same day you will have to do more than 700 kilometers. That is, about 4 hours per way. If you go by train, each journey takes 5 hours. Finally, if you opt for the bus you have to switch buses and the trip takes about 6 hours. And once there, don’t worry if you don’t have a car. There are many taxis that charge per hour that take you and pick you up where you want for about € 20/h.

Can you visit Meteora from Athens in one day?

That is a question that many people ask themselves. The answer is yes, but as we have said it is a hurdle. Meteora is one of the best excursions from Athens and it is worth it to spend at least one full afternoon to watch the sunset. And you can only do that if you spend a night there. So without a doubt, we recommend sleeping at least one night to get to know Meteora in more detail and return the next morning. We stayed at Alsos House, in Kalambaka. And we recommend it 100%.

Delphi

Another excursion from Athens that we consider essential is Delphi. If we go back to the glorious Ancient Greece, Delphi was considered the centre of the universe. It was also a super important pilgrimage site at that time.

At present it is still quite well preserved. Its archaeological zone is incredible. We can still enjoy the temple dedicated to Apollo, the main attraction of Delphi. That’s where we can find the Oracle of Delphi, where the pilgrims went to consult the gods. Then it was believed that there were people who had powers inherited from Apollo. And in addition to other temples, the remains of the stadium where the Pitical Games were played are also preserved.

How to get there:

Like Meteora, it is one of the best excursions from Athens although it is not relatively close. You can arrive by car or bus. Approximately it will take about 3 hours per trip. Of course, it is more feasible than the previous one to do it in only one day. Admission is € 12. Without a doubt, one of the best excursions from Athens.

You can kill two birds with one stone. If you have little time you can hire a combined excursion to Delphi and Meteora. Highly recommended if you want to forget about transport and enjoy these sites to the fullest.

Cape Sunión

The Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sunion is one of the most spectacular places to see in Greece. The temple was built in 444 BC on the edge of a cliff 65 meters above the sea. From there you will have incredible views of the Aegean Sea and the Saronic Gulf. We recommend you visit it during sunset. They say that from that temple you can enjoy the best sunsets over the Aegean.

How to get there:

It will take more than one hour by car. The entrance to the site costs € 8 and is one of the best excursions from Athens. If you do not have a car, it is best to hire an excursion. They pick you up at the hotel, visit this beautiful temple and take you back.

What You Need to Know About Flying Private

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“Flying private” has long been hailed as one of the ultimate signs that someone has “made it.” A private jet lends instant access to the world. Where others have to scrimp and save or hone a skill or hire an eb-5 investor visa lawyer in order to have the opportunity to enter another country, folks with private jets can travel when they want, where they want, experiencing the world on their own terms and on their own time. It’s a privilege that brings convenience and opportunity, frequently perpetuating both again and again, and also seemingly further dividing the 1% from the rest of us again and again. But do private jets really represent the status they seem to portray?

Here’s a list of four things you should know about flying privately so you can decide for yourself:

You Don’t Have to Own a Plane to Fly Privately

Yes, some people own their own planes and fly wherever and whenever they want. But a vast majority of the people who are ditching commercial flights are doing so because they are chartering private jets, not buying them. It’s true that a chartered flight is often more expensive than a flight with a standard airline (like US Airways or Delta). However, sometimes it’s not nearly as much as you might think. According to an article on Forbes.com, private jet “shuttles” exist that charge as little as $129 to take you from Burbank, CA, to Las Vegas, NV. While still more than double the cost of most commercial options, buying a seat on a chartered plane is feasible for more than the uber-rich! In fact, chartering a private plane for a large number of people can sometimes be more affordable than purchasing the same amount of first-class tickets with a major airline.

You CAN Skip Security and TSA Measures

Perhaps one of the biggest perks of going private is the fact that you don’t have to wait in lines or go through security checkpoints (when traveling domestically). Most private airlines only check the identity of the person who made the flight plan, significantly decreasing the amount of time it takes you to get into the air. (If you’re flying abroad, though, you’ll still need to follow applicable passport and visa regulations and any other rules established by your destination country.)

Private Flights are Faster

Flying private not only gets you into the air faster, it will most likely get you to your destination faster, too. Many private jets have permission to fly at higher altitudes than commercial ones, making it easier for them to avert bad weather and the delays that come with them. They also have more options for landing; if one airport has traffic delays or inclement weather, private planes can simply and quickly reroute to one of several others.

 

You Can’t Always Go Directly to Your Destination

If getting to your destination without any stops is how you gauge superior travel, then private flying might not be for you. Most private planes are smaller than commercial ones, meaning they have less capacity for storing large amounts of fuel. This means many have to stop to refuel at some point during a trip. Of course, traveling via a private jet is impressive, but it’s up to you to decide if the prestige really justifies the expense.

Monaco Summer Terraces You Need to Know About

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In the Principality of Monaco, summer brings the streets to life as restaurants set up their terraces for locals and tourists to enjoy lingering lunches and dinners outdoors. Excellent eateries can be found on nearly every street of the tiny city-state and no Monaco summer is complete without time spent people-watching from the lively terraces. In this mini Monaco guide, we share some of our favourite restaurant terraces from an offering that spans everything from animated after-work venues to elegant hotel dining options.

Quai des Artistes

If you’re visiting the Principality, your Monaco guide book will undoubtedly suggest that you head to Port Hercules, home of some of the world’s most impressive superyachts and a tourist attraction in itself. There are plenty of restaurant terraces around the harbour but Quai des Artistes, a luxury Parisian-style brasserie famed for its seafood, is our favourite. White tablecloths and parasols, elegantly-dressed, attentive waiters and the multi-million-dollar spectacle of the yachts make Quai des Artistes the perfect place to savour oysters and know that you’re in Monaco.

Buddha Bar

Since 2010, the Buddha Bar, with its soaring ceilings, relaxed lounge vibe and DJ has been a favourite haunt of residents and visitors to Monaco. While many people go there for its inventive Asian dishes and stunning decor (which includes a huge Buddha statue), others head to its terraces for cocktails. With their views over the bay and their pleasant leafy surroundings, the terraces provide the perfect setting for enjoying the buzzing atmosphere of Monte Carlo, home to the famous casino and opulent Monaco penthouses.

Naçionalista

Naçionalista is a South American pisco bar in Fontvieille, the Monaco district that was almost entirely built on a land extension. It’s to this harbourfront venue – facing the imposing promontory known as “the Rock” –  that many locals head for after-work drinks and tapas.  The menu features classic Latino cocktails such as Pisco Sour, margaritas and caipirinhas, as well as some of Naçionalista’s own creations.  The atmosphere is lively, the staff are friendly and it’s a great place to unwind before moving on elsewhere for dinner.

Coya

Located between the world-famous Jimmy’z nightclub and the Monte Carlo Bay hotel, Coya combines modernity with a touch of colourful Boho chic. The terrace of this elegant yet relaxed restaurant offers a sweeping view across Monaco and the glittering Mediterranean Sea and, understandably, you will need to book a table. The menu is dominated by Peruvian dishes but also features Spanish, Japanese and Chinese flavours.

Le Grill

Le Grill restaurant is on the eighth floor of the sumptuous Belle Epoque Hotel de Paris, whose history dates back to 1864. As its name suggests, this upscale restaurant – where smart dress is required – specialises in grilled meat and fish. The opulent dining area is framed by floor-to-ceiling windows that allow the spectacular panoramic views over Monaco and the sea to be admired. Le Grill is crowned by a retractable roof, which opens in the summer, flooding the room with sunshine or moonlight as it metamorphoses into a rooftop terrace. A candlelit dinner in this stunning setting is a Monaco summer experience that should be savoured at least once.

Post a Photo and Win with Thai Airways

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A great photograph speaks to everyone that views it; it tells a story. Through lighting, composition and subject, it draws you in and whispers to you all its secrets. With a perfect photo, every time you view it, it reveals more about itself, its meaning, its place in our world and the person that snapped it.

Captured Power and Energy

Throughout the world, natural and man-made, there are magnificent sites you can capture on your travels. The thunderous energy expelled by magnificent waterfalls in Asia, Europe and the Americas has always been a source of incredible images captured through a lens. The harnessed power of the great dams around the world have been captured by the camera since its early inception. They show a man’s ability to capture nature’s energy and utilize its power.

Desolate Topography Tells a Story

Lifeless lands, where even nature struggles, are always of great fascination to man. The unimaginable harshness of unsustainable tundra has always begged the question of how, even nature can survive. The dry, arid landscapes such as that of Namibia, and the lifeless outback of Australia have always spoken volumes about nature’s ability to survive. With equal fascination, the inhospitable, icy tundra at the extremes of the world, captured through a camera, tells us stories of life and death struggles of survival.

Perfect Imagery of Grace and Beauty

An Indian bride at the City of Lakes in Rajasthan is perhaps the personification of female beauty. Or maybe it’s a bikini clad, blond beauty wallowing in the hot, steaming waters of the geothermal lakes of The Blue Lagoon in Grindavik. Perhaps the prima ballerina performing the part of the Sugar Plum Fairy in the Nutcracker Suite with the Bolshoi Ballet is the ultimate in grace and beauty.

Grace and beauty are not exclusive domains of the human race. The natural world gives us grace and beauty in abundance. The grace of a speeding cheater as it races across the African plains in pursuance of its prey, captured in a single frame, is as graceful as any ballerina. Colorful macaws in the lush green rainforests of the Amazon have a beauty equal to that of any catwalk queen, a beauty that can only be captured in nature.

Land and Seascapes Through the Lens

The sky-scraping skyline of New York has, over the years, spoken millions of words through thousands of photographic images, and has inspired many a dream. By contrast, the peaceful serenity to be found in every captured vision of Ayers Rock, inspires very different dreams. The camera can witness the violence of the sea, or its dreamy beauty as the sun sets over the blue waters in the Caribbean.

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The Coolest Mediterranean Yacht Charters – Top 3 Destinations

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The Three Coolest Destinations For Mediterranean Yacht Charters

Age-old culture, sun-drenched days, mouth-watering cuisines and champagne sailing conditions: there are so many reasons the Mediterranean tops the globe’s cruising charts. But which European hotspots are a must-visit when you’ve taken the plunge and decided to charter a yacht? Mediterranean cruising grounds are known for their cobalt colored waters and scenic coastlines, but there are a few destinations that stand out when it comes to unforgettable landscapes and array of fabulous things to see and do.

Croatia

A Dalmatian coast charter includes all of Croatia’s high points. Sapphire-hued waters, historical cities, pine-backed beaches, and dramatic mountains truly make it a top destination for a great Mediterranean yacht charter. Literally thousands of islands, some totally undeveloped, grace the 350km stretch of coast, as do countless secluded anchorages. You can admire Dubrovnik’s baroque palaces and saunter through its labyrinthine streets, visit summertime celebrity haunt Hvar, an island which boasts 2,720 hours of sunshine annually, or cruise to Vis, an unspoiled gem favoured for its tranquility and its famous Blue Grotto.

Italian Riviera

Another place to enjoy the coolest Mediterranean yacht charters is the Italian Riviera. This slice of land, perfect for enjoying ‘la dolce vita,’ is not only awash with turquoise coves and rugged cliffs, it also boasts one of the Mediterranean’s most glamorous coastal villages: Portofino. Head to this A-list resort to enjoy sun-warmed swims in Paraggi bay and savor perfectly executed Bellini cocktails in the picturesque harbor. Of course, a visit to the Cinque Terre is not to be missed. Set amid some of the most dramatic stretches of coastline on the planet, these five fishing villages will impress with their cliff top routes, addictive vistas and quality restaurants.

South of France

It goes without saying that the South of France also makes our list as one of the top places to charter a yacht. Mediterranean staples such as crystalline waters and sandy beaches are enhanced by the region’s star-studded towns and luscious rural interior. In Saint Tropez, you can revel in ultra chic beach clubs such as Le Club 55 and Nikki Beach, experience Cannes’ sparkling nightlife and/ or soak up the sights of the epicentre of luxury yachting – Monaco. For total relaxation and spectacular views, head to the half-sand, half-pebble Paloma Beach. Daredevils, on the other hand,  may prefer to jump from the Calanques’ limestone cliffs.

Whether you decide to cruise Croatia’s sunny shores, hit the pastel coloured towns of the Italian Riviera or the South of France’s glittering hotspots, you’ll be sure to experience one of the best Mediterranean yacht charters available.

4 Coolest Places to Visit this Summer

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Those that are familiar with travel know that it’s one of the best things you can do. For those that are less familiar and have not yet gone on as many trips, here are the coolest places that you can visit this summer.

The summer is the perfect time to put on your bikini and sit somewhere by the beach while sipping on an ice-cold drink. The warmer weather months require you to book a luxurious holiday somewhere abroad, and there are some places that are bound to excite you more than ever.

You will have the opportunity to surround yourself with new sights and views that will amaze you and that will stay with you for a long time. This entire experience is something that will allow you to relax and de-stress.

Therefore, here are some of the must-visit places that you should put on your bucket list.

  1. Spanish Islands

Spain is a luxurious travel destination, and it’s a favourite for many for a good reason. Going on holiday on the islands, such as opting for holidays in Mallorca, will make your jaw drop. The beaches, the mountains, the coves and the culture are bound to foster anyone’s creativity. When you choose a holiday to any of the Spanish islands, you will end up on a trip that you will never forget.

  1. Greece

Greece is yet another popular summer destination, and once again offers a vast number of islands that you can visit. The blue skies, the tranquil waters, and the Greek food will all certainly tempt you to buy a plane ticket to this particular destination!

  1. Portugal

There is no doubt that Portugal will provide you with a burst of energy and it will open your mind. There are so many cities that you can choose from, and different environments that you can surround yourself with when going on holiday in Portugal. For example, the colourful houses in Lisbon are bound to put a smile on anyone’s face, and then there’s the option of embarking on a scenic road trip through the Algarve region.

  1. Croatia

Croatia is yet another destination that will allow you to relax and de-stress like never before. The nature, the food, and the culture overall beckon people to visit this location. The peak season for visiting this particular country is, once again, the summer.

Budget for your trip ahead of time

To ensure that you don’t allow yourself to enter debt, be sure to budget for your trip well in advance. As you know that the perfect time to go on holiday is the summer, it’s best that you save the money even a few months in advance, if you can.

The benefits of surrounding yourself with beautiful views

Don’t you want to be surrounded by beautiful sights? No matter where you go when you are on holiday, you will always learn and witness something new that you haven’t up until this point.

If you want to relax on your upcoming summer holiday properly, it’s crucial that you plan for everything well in advance. Moreover, be sure to choose a location that you know will excite you to visit.