"Islands"

Colors of Zanzibar

If you really want to get away from it all, look towards Tanzania and then cast your eyes into the ocean off the coast. There lies the island of Zanzibar, ...

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Barbuda

Barbuda is part of the independent nation of Antigua and Barbuda. Charted by Columbus in 1493, the island is 42 km north of Antigua. Twenty-four kilometers long by 8 km ...

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Discovering the Frigate Bird Sanctuary

Follow the boundary between the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean 40 kilometres north from St. John’s, Antigua you reach Antigua’s sister island of Barbuda, a flat, green jewel with a ...

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Santorini among legends, superstitions and ...

On Santorini, the village folk tell stories of ghosts. Old men sipping ouzo in the tavernas say they’ve heard the music of Pan’s pipes and the clicking of little hooves ...

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Rhodes: synopsis of history and ...

Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese islands and the most east of the Aegean islands: the capital gave its name to this beautiful island rich not only beaches and ...

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Svalbard: the great white wilderness

If you think you may die in your lifetime, don’t make plans to move to Svalbard, Norway. Because dying is against the law. Yep, it’s illegal to pass onto the afterlife there. Since bodies ...

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Seychelles: why not?!?

White sand, turquoise and crystalline water, palms and lush tropical vegetation: welcome to the Seychelles, without doubt, one of the most beautiful paradises on earth. We’ve talked about this beautiful ...

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Madagascar: why not?!?

An island? Not only: Madagascar is so particularly from the point of view of the fauna, the flora and the landscape that could be called a small continent. And the ...

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Scopello: a charming little town ...

To have an exclusive holiday in Sicily is worth going to lesser-known, yet luxurious destinations like the town of Scopello. There are plenty destinations where you can have a luxury ...

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Trapani: why not?!?

The charming Trapani, on the west coast of Sicily, Italy, was founded by the Elymians, the ancient people of Erice, who founded the city to take advantage of the relationship ...

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