Larnaca is one of the most important cities in the southern part of Cyprus. Characterized by a subtropical climate, the winters are mild, and the summers are long and warm. While there, worth visiting is the mosque and the Turkish district; it’s also worth taking a walk along the picturesque coastal promenade. Larnaca has a couple of beautiful beaches, some of which have been awarded the Blue Flag status.
Southernmost country in Europe, it has over 300 days of sunshine a year. Malta consists of three inhabited islands: Malta, Gozo and Comino. Valetta is the capital of the country. Interestingly, Malta is the second – after Vatican – most Catholic country in the world.
Western boulevards and eastern alleys, ruined notable palaces and apartments whose modern architecture draws attention, and - above all - a calm sea with wondrous beaches: those are things which make Odessa worth visiting. Odessa is a port town with a complicated history, which enchants with its multiculturalism and atmosphere of days gone by. The city's diverse architecture allows to travel through past epochs and styles.
The capital of the United Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi is the biggest city in the Emirates, and one of the most modern cities in the world. The Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Ferrari World, Louvre Abu Dhabi, Emirates Palace are only some of many attractions which await you. When you’re bored with sightseeing, you can relax on Corniche Beach, whose crystal-clear water and relaxing atmosphere will amaze you.
Fuerteventura offers endless possibilities of drawing from the paradise landscapes everything one can dream of. Its beaches are considered to be among the finest in the Canary Islands, and even in Europe! They stretch from the northern to the southern end of the island. The sun shines 330 days a year – even 12 hours daily during summer. But that’s not all! While the middle part of the island is filled with fascinating mountain landscapes, the west is characterised by cliffs.
The biggest and most beautiful island among the seven inhabited Canary Islands. The landscape is very colourful; steep mountains intertwine with flower gardens and well-kept parks. The coastline is very diverse, with rocky and sand beaches in various colours. El Pico del Teide (3718 m ASL) is the highest summit on the island; it also happens to be the highest peak of Spain.
It’s one of the most beautiful and romantic places on earth, which delights tourists at every turn. The majestic Colosseum, the beautiful Trevi Fountain, the ancient Pantheon, or the charming Spanish Steps which lead to the Trinità dei Monti church, are only some places worth seeing when in Rome.