Archive for the ‘Mediterranean’

  • The Malta Delight
    The Malta Delight
    Visit the beautiful Mediterranean ambience and enjoy the delights in Malta. This archipelago is located in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea and has three islands, which are the Malta, Comino, and Gozo. The Comino island has very few inhabitants and most of theme are farmers. Gozo and Malta have a great history of around 7000 year back and has artifacts belonging to the Neolithic times. One can also see a lot of copper and bronze here. visitors love to see the memorials, which were left by the various cultures, which used to live here. The Maltese Islands in fact are referred to as tee open air museum. Her you can follow the steps of St. Peter and have a look at the place where the St. John Knights protected th citadels of the Medieval era , the baroque places of architecture and beautiful churches. History is not the only reason  [...]
    Posted at January 8th, 2013 at 03:01 am
  • Travel Tales in Italy Tours
    Travel Tales in Italy Tours
    Italy is one of the most famous, popular and vibrant countries in this part of the world. With the best surroundings of mountains and the most popular ambience of beaches and ruins, Italy is certainly a heavenly page from the past. It has been existing since 3000years and has many places of interest to be visited. Visit Rome which is said to be the capital that was not constructed in one day. Explore the places in Rome and get to see things that otherwise you would have been dreaming of. This is the place where you can walk where Caesar once had and where y9ou can see the Vatican and get enchanted. Also see the Trevi fountain which is famous actress the world for its magnificence and simplicity. Then go to Florence which is the place where renaissance thrived. It is the home for popular people like David and is the place where you  [...]
    Posted at November 17th, 2012 at 02:11 am
  • Beach Luxuries in La Barceloneta
    Beach Luxuries in La Barceloneta
    When you are in Spain, there is so much you can do that the list is endless. With the ideal sights of the most enchanting beach locales and the most fascinating tour delights, Spain is certainly a paradise in world tours. Come here to the region of Catalonia in the district of Ciutat Vella in Barcelona. This is a region that was built in the 18th century for the people who lived in the neighbourhood of Ribera. These people were displaced when the Ciudadela of Barcelona was constructed. The entire region is triangular and has the Mediterranean Sea bordering it. Then the El Born and the Moll d’Espanya or Port Vella so surround it. The Barcelona metro is the transport that helps you to reach this place. Torre Sant Sebastia is the main terminus of the Port Vell region. Then there is an aerial tramway which started in the year 1931  [...]
    Posted at May 15th, 2012 at 01:05 am
  • Spanish Beach Attractions
    Spanish Beach Attractions
    With the best sights of beautiful beaches and the most fascinating coastlines to view, Spain is surely a lovely land of coastline pleasures. Stretching across 5000 miles, this is one land that has the best sights for travel . Amongst the many pleasures of traveling, the beaches here surely are a major attraction. La Concha The Concha beach is one such lovely locale in this land of beautiful travel escapades. The tourists throng the Costa Blanca and the Costa Del Sol beaches here, but the La Concha Beach in the San Sebastian region is one that remains a mystique for many who visit here. Let us now thus get to know which are the beaches in Spain that are the most feasible attractions in this part of the world and which are the ones which give maximum travel pleasures. St. Pol De Mar The St. Pol de Mar is an hour’s journey from  [...]
    Posted at March 19th, 2012 at 01:03 am
  • Tourist Attractions in Sicily
    Tourist Attractions in Sicily
    Sicily is one of many minor islands that form an autonomous district of Italy. It is the biggest island located in Mediterranean Sea. Sicily is known for its unique and rich culture, which includes wealthy heritage of music, arts, architecture, literature, language and cuisines. The tourist attractions housed by Sicily can throw up strong challenge towards any mainland attraction of Italy. Earlier, Sicily was not a part of Italy; it was operated as a sovereign kingdom. However, currently it is under the rule of the Italian government. In this article, we’ll be discussing about the premium tourist attractions of Sicily. Palermo, the largest Sicilian city is home to a number of exciting tourist attractions. The most exciting sights of the city are located in the region beyond Golden Shell. One of the most visited sights of Palermo  [...]
    Posted at September 12th, 2011 at 12:09 am
  • Where to Stay during Your Visit to Costa Smeralda?
    Where to Stay during Your Visit to Costa Smeralda?
    Costa Smeralda is the 55Km coastal area of Sardinia, the 2nd largest island on the Mediterranean Sea. Costa Smeralda, which is popularly known as the ‘Emerald Coast’ was a creation of Prince Karim Aga Khan. This place is mostly visited by the affluent Arabian and European VIPs belonging to the world of entertainment, politics and big businesses. In this article we will inform you about 3 best hotels of this region. Hotel Stelle Marine: This hotel is located near the Cannigione beach of Costa Smeralda. Other than the outdoor pool, this hotel also houses a pool dedicated only to the children. Amenities like audio visual equipments, meeting areas for groups of 10 to 12 people and other business services make the Hotel Stelle Marine a perfect place for people coming to Costa Smeralda for business trips.  This 4 star hotel also  [...]
    Posted at June 10th, 2011 at 12:06 am
  • Deia, Mallorca (Spain)
    Deia, Mallorca (Spain)
    If you plan a trip to Mallorca (Spanish) or Majorca (English), things are bound to be unpredictable. Well, in the good way of course. Make a trip to the little Deia village in Mallorca and you’ll be pleasantly surprised. About Deia When you approach the village of Deia, you are greeted with a view of the Serra de Tramuntana, which makes for a picture-perfect backdrop of this Spanish Village. The ancient church which sits atop the hill gives an almost divine feeling to this entire region. Deia, as a whole, sits almost precariously above the seashore. It seems like its clinging to Tramuntana mountains while it gets flanked by olive groves, orchards full of lemon and a generous outburst of pine and cedar forests. Cala de Deia The shingle beach of Deia is more pebbly than anything else; but the sight of clear waters make you forgive  [...]
    Posted at June 28th, 2010 at 12:06 am
  • Boutiques of Rhodes Island
    Boutiques of Rhodes Island
    The island of Rhodes occupies significant importance in historical and present day Greece. The island is located at a very strategic location.  It is at a crossroads between Africa, the Middle East and Europe. As a result of this location, the city and island is famous for different identities, cultures, languages and architectures. The specialty of the island is that it boasts of small luxury boutique hotels.  Most of these hotels are in keeping with the architecture and style of the old town of 700 years. Rhodes Old town has many distinctions to its credit.  Besides being declared a UNESCO world heritage site since 1988, the town also ranks as the largest inhabited medieval town of Europe. Some of the main attractions of the town include the Street of Knights, this is the most important and imposing avenue of the town and includes  [...]
    Posted at February 23rd, 2010 at 01:02 am
  • La Spezia – The Spice of Italy – Part II
    La Spezia – The Spice of Italy – Part II
    The pretty town of La Spezia is located at a minimal distance away from Cinque Terre, taking merely ten minutes via train to be able to reach it. As one takes a pleasant stroll along the walkway just off the Viale Italia, the pride amongst the locals regarding their town’s past becomes quite evident. One is braced with the attractive sights of the public garden located just across the port that proffers a fine chance to take an unwinding amble. On crossing the public gardens, one could visit the tourism office that is situated on Viale Mazzini to be able to access the maps and the timetable for the boat rides that ferry one off to the several other towns located alongside the shoreline, leaving at an hourly frequency that continues till seven or eight in the night varying with the season type. During the stroll one could stop by  [...]
    Posted at September 22nd, 2009 at 02:09 am
  • La Spezia – The Spice of Italy – Part I
    La Spezia – The Spice of Italy – Part I
    La Spezia also known as ‘The Spice’ is the entryway to Cinque Terre, considered as Italy’s finest, spectacular and most amorous locales alongside the Ligurian coast. The tranquil, traveller-free, La Spezia is the perfect location to get going when one is journeying the vicinity. The accommodations in La Spezia are relatively pocket-friendly in comparison to its close by tourist townships and hence an idyllic spot for those intending on saving a few bucks. Hence, La Spezia, may perhaps be the best area to set up base camp for the period of one’s stay there. The preeminent means to unravel the fine nuances of La Spezia is by foot, with the inhabitants being quite cordial and obliging to assist. A foremost momentary look at La Spezia gives one the impression of it being a vital commercial and military hub with a bustling business  [...]
    Posted at September 21st, 2009 at 09:09 pm