Kefalos is not always what comes to mind when you think of Kos. People always tend to think of the same two places. Kos Town and Kardamena. Next time you are thinking of heading to the island why not head down to the western tip and discover the sights of Kefalos? This area has a whole host of activities … Read more Kefalos – The Ultimate Guide!
The Asclepeion is perhaps one of Kos’s most famous landmarks. No visit to this island in the Dodecanese would be complete without a trip to this fascinating site. Not only is the history of this tourist attraction interesting, but the views from the top are spectacular too! With the ticket price only being a matter … Read more Asclepeion! The Most Famous Landmark in Kos
The Greek island of Kos is the third largest of the Dodecanese islands. Famed for its stunning sandy beaches, picturesque harbors, and ancient ruins. Whether you choose a luxurious all-inclusive hotel or opt for a smaller traditional villa, you’ll be sure to have a relaxing stay full of sun, sea, and sand. The island’s landmark … Read more Kardamena – The Ultimate Guide
Kefalonia is the biggest of the Eptanesse island complex in the Ionian Sea. It’s an island renowned not only for its sapphire waters and greenery but also for its great history. It’s the place which Homer’s Odyssey called home (yes, that was Kefalonia, not Ithaca as many believe). Even though the island was devastated by a major earthquake … Read more Kefalonia – Complete Guide!
During my visit to Corfu, I had the lovely opportunity to visit the wonderful, tucked away town of Lefkimmi on the south-east part of the island. This hidden gem is the second-largest town in Corfu, about 6km north-west of the popular resort town, Kavos. Considered the best example of Greek culture on the entire island, Lefkimmi is … Read more Lefkimmi, Corfu’s Hidden Gem!
The whole island of Rhodes is special, but Lindos always seems to offer up something extra. Maybe I am biased as I have a thing about medieval towns and villages, but for me, it is one of the best parts of Rhodes. The town itself is popular with tourists and at its busiest in the mornings. … Read more Lindos (Rhodes) – The Ultimate Guide!
Hidropark in Alcudia is the only waterpark in the north of Majorca. Fantastic fun for all the family, this aqua park provides so much more than just water slides. If you’re looking for an alternative day out to the beach or pool, Hidropark will keep the kids entertained for hours! Situated in the Port de … Read more Hidropark: North Majorca’s Wildest Water Park
Located in the center of Lloret de Mar is the Church of Sant Roma. The church is definitely the most beautiful and iconic piece of structural history in the city. Dating back to the 16th century, the Church of Sant Roma has an exquisitely striking exterior. This is complemented by a seemingly simple and timeless interior. … Read more Church of Sant Roma – Be Dazzled!
Aqualandia in Benidorm is widely regarded as one of the largest and best water parks in Europe. Located just outside the center of Benidorm, Aqualandia is a great addition to any Costa Brava holiday. With a huge range of slides and attractions suited for all ages, there is something for everyone. Aqualandia is twinned with … Read more Aqualandia (Benidorm) Adrenalin-Filled Fun
Sant Pere de Rodes was previously a Benedictine monastery. It is located in the North East region of Catalonia, Spain. The mysterious and unknown past of this monastery is one reason that contributes to its wide popularity amongst tourists and natives alike. The first recorded existence of the monastery dates back to 878. During this … Read more Sant Pere de Rodes – A Benedictine Monastery