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Did you every see the movie "Mamma Mia"? Skopelos was the home to much of the filming. A lush and green island Skopelos is in the Northern Sporades part of the Aegean islands. From pebble beaches to pine forests its great for swimming, hiking, and visiting monasteries. Sophisticated and tranquil are great descriptions for Skopelos.Explore
Kampala is a sprawling, exciting metropolis of over 2 m people. One of Africa's most dynamic cities there is a multitude of fascinating things to do and see both in Kampala and nearby areas. Ugandan's are some of the most hospitable people you'll find in the world. A visit to Africa isn't complete unless Kampala is included.Explore
Known as the cradle of winemaking. Tbilisi is the capital of the country of Georgia. The streets of Tbilisi old town lined with cobblestones that reflects a long, complicated history, with periods under Persian and Russian rule. Its diverse architecture encompasses Eastern Orthodox churches, ornate art nouveau buildings and Soviet Modernist structures. Looming over it all are Narikala, a reconstructed 4th-century fortress, and Kartlis Deda, an iconic statue of the “Mother of Georgia.”Explore
The Costa Blanca is over 200 kilometres of Mediterranean coastline in the Alicante province, on the southeastern coast of Spain. It extends from the town of Dénia in the north, beyond which lies the Costa del Azahar, to Pilar de la Horadada in the south, beyond which lies the Costa Cálida.Explore
Louth is a market town and civil parish in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. Louth is the principal town and centre for a large rural area of eastern Lincolnshire. Visitor attractions include St. James' Church, Hubbard's Hills, the market, many independent retailers, and Lincolnshire's last remaining cattle market.Explore
La Costa, Ecuador, on the western coast, stretches from a broad coastal plain to the foothills of the Andes in the east. Most of the world’s bananas are grown here. Tourism along the La Costa (Pacific Coast) was severely hampered by the earthquake centred around Manta, Pedernales, and Puerto Viejo in April 2016. Only recently have these communities seen a renewed interest from international tourists as they return to sunbathe on wide, sandy beaches, surf choppy waters, and eat the best seafood dishes around.Explore
The Bay of Kotor with its sheltered harbours and white sandy beaches is one of Europe's hidden treasures. Also known as the Boka, or Boka Bay is the winding bay on the Adriatic Sea in southwestern Montenegro, and the region of Montenegro concentrated around the bay. The bay has been inhabited since antiquity.Explore
The Azores Portugal, an archipelago in the mid-Atlantic and home to 2,351m Mt Pico. Scattered with dramatic landscapes and fishing villages, and vineyards sheltered by boulders adds to its intricate beauty. Know as “the green island”. A region of Portugal, the Azores, is a popular destination for explorers who love the outdoors. Sao Miguel is the largest lake-filled Caldera with Goarreana Tea Plantations lining mountainsides like landscape artistic sculptures.Explore
Sofia is the capital of the Balkan nation of Bulgaria. It’s in the west of the country, below Vitosha Mountain. The city’s landmarks reflect more than 2,000 years of history, including Greek, Roman, Ottoman and Soviet occupation. Medieval Boyana Church has 13th-century frescoes. Built by the Romans in the 4th century, St. George Rotunda Church has medieval and Ottoman decoration dating to the 10th century.Explore
Tunis, Carthage, Sidi Bou Said are places loaded with history but also overflowing with life. The capital offers you restaurants, shows, monuments, historical neighbourhoods… and even beaches, golf courses and trendy nightclubs just a few kilometres away! From the Medina to Sidi Bou Said Lose yourself in the alleyways of the Medina, drink a mint tea on the rooftops or go shopping in the beautiful covered souks. Then dive into the Tunis of 1900 around Avenue Bourguiba. Enjoy grilled fish in the central market, or in a restaurant in La Goulette, on the coast. Climb to the top of the hill in the charming village of Sidi Bou Said: a unique panorama across a turquoise sea! Depending on your mood, you could enjoy an evening flavoured with Andalusian music while tasting delicious tiny pastries, or you could dance until the sun comes up in one of the famous nightclubs of the Coasts of Carthage. www.tunisiatourism.infoExplore
Andalucia is where Spain's Christian and Islamic histories come together. Lovely rolling hill rural countryside, little white villages, colourful flower gardens and mountain landscapes. Escape the hustle and bustle of the big cities and surround yourself with the Spanish heartland.Explore