Sail south along the coast to Plage de Pampelonne, where the rich and famous take in the sun.
Italy combines art history and contemporary fashion with stunning natural landscapes: the turquoise waters of the Costa Smerelda offer one of Europe’s most beautiful stretches of sand, sea and sunshine.
The taste of sweet green olive oil and fresh ripe tomatos, the sounds of carefree children laughing on sun-drenched beaches, the sight of a myriad yachts at anchor in picturesque harbors, these are only a few of the sights and scenes of the Balearic Islands that have drawn travelers through the centuries.
Did you know that many people consider the Canaries to have the best climate in the world?
The Canaries consist of 7 Islands, each with its own personality, culture and variation on Canarian Cuisine.