A guide to the most important Tunisian landmarks.
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A snapshot of the distinct flavours a Greek island has to offer.
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Known for its gorgeous sandy beaches, warm water and relaxing tempo, Tenerife might at first glance appear to be just a destination for a holiday in the sun, and not much more than that. This, the largest of the Canary Islands, however, has plenty of unexpected gems sitting under the Mediterranean sun, just waiting to be explored. Here are a few suggestions on what to visit when in Tenerife, whether you’re into natural or man-made wonders:
For decades, people have been coming to the Greek island of Rhodes for its clear water, perfect beaches and amazing resorts. If, however, you want to discover some of the island’s lesser-known gems, look no further than this list
Each region in Spain is fiercely proud of its local identity and culture and regardless of where you find yourself in this vast and fascinating country, you’ll quickly discover that one of the cornerstones in every regional self-image is the local food. We’ve collected (and sampled) the five following dishes, yet these are just a few examples of the great variety of dishes you’ll find in Spain.
Whether you are staying on the mainland, or even on one of the many islands themselves, you can easily travel to and between some of the more remote islands that will give you a glimpse of a more serene part of the Mediterranean, away from the tourists and the developed seafronts.