By: Mary Jones
Santorini provides beautiful views of the Aegean Sea, volcanic cliffs, and distinctive black sand beaches. The island is famous for its classic white-washed structures and breathtaking sunsets.
This charming stretch of southern Italian coastline is distinguished by vibrant cliffside towns, terraced vineyards, lemon trees, and blue seas.
Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its charming Old Town and perfectly restored mediaeval fortifications.
Barcelona has a mix of gothic and modernist structures, as well as vibrant markets, stunning beaches, and a thriving nightlife.
Take in the vibrant neighbourhoods, historical sites like the Belém Tower, and mouthwatering Portuguese food.
Cinque Terre is a group of five vibrant fishing communities tucked between cliffs and the sea on the Italian Riviera.
Split, which is home to the well-known Diocletian's Palace, mixes the dynamic Mediterranean ambiance with ancient Roman heritage.
Ibiza, known for its vibrant nightlife, is also home to stunning beaches, pristine oceans, and charming coastal villages. Enjoy beach parties, water sports, and breathtaking sunsets.
Valletta, the capital of Malta, is a UNESCO World Heritage City with a fascinating past and beautiful architecture.
The charming Old Town and well-preserved mediaeval fortifications of Dubrovnik make it a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit ancient sites,