Santorini in Greece is heaven on earth. Santorini is an island in the southern Aegean Sea, about 200 km (120 mi) southeast of Greece’s mainland. It is the largest island of a small, circular archipelago which bears the same name and is the remnant of a volcanic caldera.
Back in 1450 BC, a massive volcanic eruption caused the middle of Santorini to fall into the sea. It left a steep-edged crater known as a caldera peeping above the waves, which, today, is a spectacular sight from the island’s clifftops.
It’s not just the geological make-up of the island that turns heads, though. With its whitewashed houses, blue-domed churches and never-ending vineyards, Santorini is Greece at its traditional best. Thira, the capital, is a popular place to stay – it’s perched on top of the caldera rim overlooking the Aegean. And the northern town of Oia, which also has a spot on the caldera, is the best place to see the island’s famous sunsets.
You won’t find beaches the colour of talcum powder in these parts. Instead, striking black pebbles and dark-grey sands circle the island. And they’re framed by steep, craggy cliffs that were shaped by Santorini’s volcanic beginnings. Santorini is instead known for its stunning views, great weather and great food.
The Seychelles is a group of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, off East Africa. The Seychelles is a perfect holiday destination and is one for really relaxing and forgetting about this world and all its problems. It has heavenly like qualities with stunning flora, dramatic peaks and crystal-clear waters, this island is heaven to explore. Snorkelling, kayaking and island-hopping please the adventurous, while Creole food and dreamy beaches provide just the right amount of relaxation. With a steady climate that rarely strays out of the 24 to 34°C range, the Seychelles promises sumptuous sunshine, all-year round. Of course, like any tropical haven, there is a rainy season and if you’re looking to leave your umbrella at home then avoid the months of January and February.
Home to some of the best beaches on the planet, the island nation of The Seychelles is everyone’s idea of paradise. Here are its best attractions.
Saint Barthélemy is a French-speaking Caribbean island commonly referred to as St. Barts or St Barths. St Barts is a beautiful island that is a place for pure relaxation and is a place where you can for get about the world, your problems and just about everything else. It has beautiful white-sand beaches that are the perfect shade of white along with the perfect shade of blue sea, luxury hotels and designer shops made for the wealthy. This is a place to visit and one to take your girlfriend on for a luxury getaway.
Monte Carlo is in Monaco which is a country south of France and the second smallest country in the world after the Vatican. Monte Carlo is a city full of riches and luxury, it’s a city where all the rich playboys go to gamble, play with their fast cars and enjoy their super yachts. It is a city full of beauty and full of beautiful women. Monte Carlo is a place for gentlemen who like to come and show the world what power they have and how much money they have. I personally would recommend this place to any human on this planet just for its sheer beauty and ease.
It is also host the the highly anticipated Monaco grand prix which takes place on Thursday 26th May — Sunday 29th May 2016. Its the event of the year for all Monegasques and one that brings in some serious money. Every guy should go and see the Monaco Grand Prix once in a life time as its one of the most opulent, highly regarded, most looked forward to of the grand prix on the f1 race calendar. There are also wild after parties on the evening of the race where you can meet all kinds of A-List celebs and probably have the best time of your life.
This little slice of heaven is located on the Italian Riviera which is on the west coast of Italy. Portofino is a charming place that attract all kinds of people looking for the perfect getaway including many celebrities like George Clooney. Portofino is a beautiful little fishing village with its pastel-colored houses, high-end boutiques and seafood restaurants that fringe its Piazzetta:- a small cobbled square overlooking the harbor, which is lined with super-yachts of the mega rich. This place is perfect for people who are looking to getaway for a week and need time to soak in fresh air, luxurious surrounding, great food, great shopping, beautiful scenery and beautiful women. Everybody needs to visit this place at least once in their lifetime.
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