Of all the Greek Islands — and there are thousands of them — Santorini is probably the one most people have heard of. And also probably the one that most people dream of visiting. Santorini is where you will find the red cliffs, black beaches, white windmills, and blue domes that adorn so many postcards.
Aurland municipality is located in the inner part of Sogn og Fjordane, and is home to 1700 inhabitants divided on the villages Aurlandsvangen, Undredal, Flåm, Gudvangen and Vassbygdi.
Budapest has something for everyone – from dramatic history and flamboyant architecture to healing thermal waters and a nightlife that is unrivalled in Eastern and Central Europe.
Hamnøy, Moskenes, Lofoten Islands, Norway. The oldest fishing village in the stunning Lofoten archipelago is small, but unbelievably beautiful.
It is considered to be one of the most picturesque villages in the municipality of Moskenes, which is also a popular tourist destination due to its scenic and unspoiled nature.
Australian nature is extremely diverse and interesting, with a number of unique animals living in Australia.
The wildlife in Australia has evolved in isolation and so has a unique and individual appearance. This also means that the animals have adapted well to the varying and often harsh climatic differences around Australia.
Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean. Along with some smaller islands it is an autonomous region of Italy. The capital city of Sicily is Palermo.
The Maldives, a vast island nation in the Indian Ocean, was blessed by the scuba diving gods. The Dive Maldives Manata Rayturquoise seas around the islands boast plenty of pelagic species including manta rays, whale sharks and hammerheads.
Most dive sites take advantage of the country’s system of channels and pinnacles (kandus and thilas), but you’ll also find quite a few dramatic walls, soft coral reefs and shipwrecks to explore.
Vézac is a commune in the Dordogne department in Nouvelle-Aquitaine in southwestern France.
The main attraction of Vézac is the garden surrounding the Château de Marqueyssac —classified as a remarkable garden by the French Ministry of Culture—which was built in the 17th century by Bertrand Vernet, counsellor to the king.
The breathtaking village of Reine is located on the island of Moskenesøya on northern Norway’s Lofoten archipelago.
With red and white fishermen’s huts dotting the shoreline and surrounding peaks of granite shooting out of the Reinefjorden, the village has earned a reputation as “the most beautiful place in the world.”