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Apulia

Dream beaches and culture in the south of Italy

Puglia is located in the southeast of Italy on the Adriatic and Ionian Sea. The beginning in the northern part of the region is the spur of the Italian boot with the mountainous peninsula of Gargano and the Tremiti Islands. Then the plains with the Tavoliere delle Puglie and Terra di Bari wine-growing areas follow...

Antalya

Pearl of the Turkish Riviera

Antalya lies in the south of Turkey. The bay of the same name stretches for 120 kilometres along the foothills of the Taurus Mountains to Cape Anamur. The port city offers a Mediterranean climate, high water quality, clean beaches and 250 days of sunshine. 1 million people live in Antalya. The tourist centre has countless restaurants, cafés, bars, nightclubs and amusement parks...

Calabria

The mysterious and wild landscape of Calabria

Italy's southernmost region inspires with natural beauty and dream beaches The mysterious and wild landscape of Calabria is one of the most suggestive destinations, but it is not yet fully developed for tourism. Along Italy's boot-tip, the coast stretches for 780 kilometres, surrounded by the Tyrrhenian Sea to the west, and the Ionian Sea to the south and east...

Saint Tropez

One of the most famous places at the Côte d'Azur

Saint Tropez is, with barely four and a half thousand inhabitants, by far not the biggest, but surely one of the most famous places at the Côte d'Azur. It owes its worldwide reputation as a bathing resort and meeting point of the rich and beautiful people mainly to the numerous celebrities that spent their holidays here since the 1950s. At the end of the 19th century, artists such as Pierre Bonnard, Henri Matisse and Paul Signac had already...

Marseilles

The dreamlike city in the south of France

Marseille is located in the south of France on the Mediterranean Sea and is the country's most important port city. But Marseille also enchants crowds of tourists every year, and with good reason. On the one hand, the beautiful metropolis has a pulsating liveliness, but has lost nothing of its original Provencal charm. Marseille offers its guests not only a Mediterranean climate and beautiful beaches, but also a whole host of sightseeing attractions...

Tuscany

One of the most beautiful regions in central Italy

Tuscany is one of the most beautiful regions in central Italy, extending as a triangle from the Apennines to the Tyrrhenian Sea. It begins in the north at Massa in Carrara and extends over 328 km along the coast to Lazio and reaches in the east approximately below San Marino. The varied landscapes of the region consist of coastlines with miles of fine sandy beaches and shady pine forests at the edge, wild and romantic nature with high mountain...

Nice

With its many cultural sights

When night falls in the French city Nizza, as a traveler, one is abducted into an exciting nightlife that belongs to the way of life of the city at the Mediterranean Sea as the air is for breathing. A detour to Chez Julie should not be missed to sweeten the night with wine or champagne. The traditional city of Nice, located only 10 km from the Principality of Monaco and at home in south-eastern France, attracts travellers not only with its...

Sardinia

A real dream holiday

Sardinia has long since ceased to be an insider tip among holidaymakers who want to spend a real dream holiday. Sardinia has simply everything and something for everyone. It has long been a scene hotspot where even movie stars can be private. Surfers have long been familiar with the special spots on the Italian island. Sun worshippers rave...

Formentera

The second smallest island of the Balearic Islands

The Spanish island of Formentera lies 9 kilometres south of Ibiza. From here the second smallest island of the Balearic Islands can be reached in a half hour ferry crossing. It is possible that the longer journey has meant that the 82 square kilometre island has been largely spared by mass tourism. It is only since the 1980s that Formentera has become a permanent fixture in the package tour market. Before that it was long considered an insider...

Monte-Carlo

Glamour and splendour with great tradition

"The ball is rolling" and "nothing's working" - "rien ne va plus". These are probably the sentences that one most associates with Monte-Carlo, the refuge of the rich and beautiful on the Côte d'Azur. Because the casino of Monte-Carlo is probably the most famous and also most glamorous sight in the glamorous city-state of Monaco. But also for...

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