• March 31, 2018 /  Beach & Island
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    Sivota is seaside paradise situated on a picturesque small, secluded bay. The ideal location for those seeking a relaxing holiday.
    It is the most cosmopolitan region of Thesprotia,Epirus with clusters of islands and beautiful beaches hidden among the maze of small islands and capes.

    There’s a great variety of refreshing Sivota beaches both sandy and pebbly,though all with crystal clear waters.
    The sea, the sun and the wind have tastefully formed the place
    creating an impressive coastline.Some of these have been awarded
    the Blue Flag, the European guarantee of cleanliness..

    Apart from those beautiful Sivota beaches you can find marvelous rocky cliffs ideal for snorkeling

    Some of these beaches that you have to explore:

    Mega Ammos

    A cosmopolitan beach with sand and cool waters, well organized with water sports facilities.

    Mikri Ammos

    This is the diver’s paradise as you can find marvelous rocky cliffs ideal for snorkeling. It is actually an enclosed bay with clear waters and beautiful colors.

    Mega drafi

    This is actually two beaches with a huge cliffs in the middle.The first one is ideal for families and the other one is a nude beach that you can reach walking a very beautiful and kind of dangerous path or by boat.

    bella vraka

    The most famous beach at Sivota can be reached only by boat or on foot because of the the shallow water.In fact there are three successive beaches,very close one to another.

    pisina(pool)

    Accessed only by boat,a very beautiful beach with white sand and cool blue waters,is really like a pool. Nice and private environment for those who seeks the perfect.

    This beautiful place is located at the northwestern side of Greece,at the perfecture of Epirus.It is nearby the port of Igoumenitsa and a few kilometers away from the famous places of Parga and Preveza.This is a well developed place with numerous hotels and resorts and you can stay there in a low budget.

    If you’re planning a family vacation,a romantic getaway or
    an adventure with friends,you’ve come to the right place!

  • March 27, 2018 /  Beach & Island
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    When it comes to spending vacations in America, Miami is the place which comes to mind. Miami is one of the most popular cities of America, and especially when it comes to spend a splendid vacation – cheap flights to Miami are looked for, and are heavily booked. Miami is a big colossal city, which is identified with extra ordinary big buildings, big parks, large high ways, big roads, etc. and this is all what it makes a modern American city. At the same time, it nourishes the tourism needs as well by exhibiting endless traits which are truly a cynosure of all the tourists’ eye and that are its beaches and tropical weather. Families love to book flights to Miami each year to enjoy recreating environment of the serene beaches which add to the essence of spending holidays with glory. Abreast, these beaches have got some activities for you as well to enjoy and those are water sports, and water surfing etc. Some of the popular beaches in Miami are;

    -The South Beach of Miami: The South Beach is the home to world’s selected celebrities – famous for its night clubs and run ways. It is an excellent view to watch when the big cruise ships sail along, and this is what your cheap flights to Miami will let you enjoy. -The Virginia key beach: It is one of the most interesting Miami beaches and is often crowded by the visitors. -The Hanlover beach: This is a blazing beach, where the visitors who book cheap flights to Miami enjoy a number of activities like the barbecue grills, showers, and the food and drink stalls, etc. -The Miami Dade Country beach: Taking flights to Miami will let you enjoy this beach as well, where you enjoy the sun bathing, swimming, guided tour to the light house, and the serene environment.

  • March 24, 2018 /  Beach & Island
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    There’s no reason for any American who can afford to travel to not give Puerto Rico a try. The territory, located southeast of Florida, is referred to by many jet setters as the most exciting in the Caribbean. After all, the U.S. wouldn’t have to go through all the trouble with waging the 1898 war with Spain if La Isla del Encato, or the Island of Enchantment in English, is not worth keeping.

    At present, Puerto Rico remains as a U.S. territory with a strong industrial economy. Annually, it receives as much as 5 million tourists, mostly Americans via cruise ships. To fully experience the atmosphere of the islands, staying at an inn in Fajardo, the easternmost city in the island of Puerto Rico and a 45 minute drive away from the capital city of San Juan, is ideal.

    Although the entire territory is blessed with biodiversity, the mangrove forest in Fajardo’s Bio-Luminescent Bay tops the list of most interesting and unique experiences in the entire Carribean. Nightly tours can be arranged through the preferred Fajardo inn where one is staying at.

    The tour is an hour and a half kayak ride through the forest by the bay, where planktons glow brightly when the water is disturbed. An additional day trip to nearby El Yunque Rainforest can be arranged for as well. El Yunque is a 28,000 acre tropical rain forest that is 3,500 feet high. Be prepared for rains as the area receives more than 100 billion gallons of water per year.

    Of course, no trip to Puerto Rico would be complete without enjoying a whole day spent on the beach. Fajardo’s Seven Seas Beach is a Blue Flag beach that hosts water sports facilities for snorkeling, sailing and scuba diving. For those who prefer secluded beaches, Fajardo serves as a port to Culebra archipelago, which hosts world-renowned beaches like Playa Flamenco.

    Many U.S. cities offer direct flights to San Juan’s Luis Muoz Marn and travel time can be as short as 2.5 hours from Miami to 7.5 hours from Los Angeles. For more information on Puerto Rico tourism, visit seepuertorico.com.

  • March 15, 2018 /  Beach & Island
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    Every year a body called the Federation for Evironmental Education awards Flags to the coastlines noted as clean, safe, and have first-rate ambient awareness strategies. Tuscany has it’s decent share of Blue Flag registered shores, along the length of its clear coastline. A coastline where, in just a few minutes, spectacular Farm Accommodation can be found.

    Tuscan expert’s Best Beaches: Overview
    In short, with Lucca as your first point, the further down (south) the coast you explore in Tuscany, the more pleasurable the coast become, and, except for the peak period, you’ll find less fellow tourists too. These are clearly the beaches that require the greatest time to reach from Firenze, but the differences are legendary.

    The Coast for the Late Nights
    Although at the beaches of Lucca (Forte dei Marmi, Camaiore, Viareggio) you’ll find all the amenities typical of any beach resort, you’re gonna be disappointed if you sought a sandy paradise that was peaceful and withdrawn. If you’re a teenager and searching for a break by the sea with discoteques and pubs, Viareggio is not going to dissapoint.
    Summary: 70mins from Florence, good services and Late night life.

    Top Beaches for Camping
    In contrast, if you are a family group, the beaches across at Livorno (Antignano, Quercianella, Rosignano, Cecina, Bibbona, Castagneto, San Vincenzo) are a good choice as they can be succinctly got to from Firenze (Seventy/90minutes by bus) and have lodgings and services with target on family stays.
    Summary: 70 minutes/90 minutes from Florence, family tailored.

    Amazing Beaches of Beauty
    For the foremost beaches, identified here as the balance of the most beauteous landscapes with the most crystalline waters, there is a shared consensus in Florentine’s that Grosetto (Follonica, Castiglione della Pescaia, Monte Argentario) always delivers the goods.
    Brief Conclusion: An hour and a half from Firenze, less services, greater beauty.

  • March 12, 2018 /  Beach & Island
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    Scotland Tours. Discover the dramatic landscapes of Scotland’s famous Highlands and explore the breathtaking Islands. Scotland tours departing from Edinburgh, Glasgow, and now Fort William tours are available. With a variety of different options to tour Scotland’s Highlands including the world renowned Loch Ness, Inverness, Pitlochry, Scotland’s west coast Oban and more. Combined with the Scottish Isles tours such as Skye, the Outer Hebrides, and tour the prehistoric marvel of Orkney. On this edition of Go Scotland Tours Newsletter come on a journey with us touring the great islands and Highlands of Scotland.

    Explore the famous Scottish Highlands on a grand tour of Scotland. Travel through west Scottish highlands and visit some of the most picturesque castles such as Castle Stalker and Eilean Donan. A tour of the highlands would not be complete without a visit to Loch Ness. Enjoy a short cruise of the loch with great views of Urqhuart Castle and a chance to spot Nessie. Continue to far north Scotland to some of the remote parts of the highlands crossing over the Black Isle to the fishing villages of Ullapool and John O’Groats.

    Day tours are now available from Fort William to the surrounding highlands. Fort William is one of the most travelled to towns in the Scottish Highlands being close by scenic sights such as the majestic Ben Nevis and the notorious Glencoe. Scotland tours from Fort William include Loch Ness, Inverness, Skye and Eilean Donan. And tour of special interest is The Road to the Isles Tour with stops at Glenfinnan and near by railway viaduct, where the Hogwarts Express was featured in the Harry Potter movies.

    Take a journey to the coast of Scotland. Offering many tours of Scotland Islands from short breaks to Skye to extended tours. Discover the west coast Isles of Scotland, including Oban, Mull and the ancient island of Iona. The Outer Hebrides tours offer a unique adventure from the pre-historic stone circles of Callanish and the famous white sandy beaches of Harris. Then escape to Scotland’s northern extremes of Orkney Islands, tour the 5000 year old village of Skara Brae (older than the Pyramids of Egypt!). Whisky lovers are in for a treat on the Scotland Whisky Coast Explorer Tour of Islay. Combine these great tours of Scotland on a Scotland Island Hopping Adventure and Extravaganza tour.

    These tours described are available as scheduled group departures from Edinburgh and Glasgow. If you can not find dates of your time of visit or you prefer the more personal touch the tours can be customized with a private tour guide.

    Start planning for your trip to Scotland now and contact a Go Scotland Tours representative!

  • March 6, 2018 /  Beach & Island
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    The Canary Islands are an eternally popular holiday destination and one that routinely brings holidaymakers back to its sunny shores year after year. Perhaps the best thing about this holiday hotspot is its diversity – and it’s certainly got that in abundance.

    Take Lanzarote for instance. Renowned for its volcanic lunar-like scenery, soft grey sandy beaches and its fantastic array of water sports, Lanzarote is perfect for just about every type of holiday imaginable. From beach bums to windsurfers, hikers to ardent sightseers, they all get their kicks here. And what’s more, it’s refreshingly easy to get to. There’s a vast range of scheduled flights and a myriad of package holidays available, with tour operators regularly battling it out to offer the best prices to secure your custom. One such example is the tour operator Canarias. Offering holidays all over Europe but best known for their sizzling deals on Canary Island getaways, you’re bound to find Lanzarote hotels at Canarias to match your preferences as well as your pocket.

    Across the water in Tenerife, a diverse island of different proportions awaits. Famous for its hedonistic night scene and the type of clubs and crowds that draw big-name DJs from all over the world, Tenerife certainly knows how to do clubbing holidays. But there’s so much more to this popular island than big tunes and all-night parties. Take advantage of affordable car hire in Tenerife at Canarias and get out to explore the spectacular Teide mountain range – home to the highest peak in Spain, a dormant volcano offering spectacular views and a heady experience from the summit.

    You might be surprised to learn that Tenerife is also famous for its golf courses. But then, what could be better than practising your swing in glorious sunshine, surrounded by spectacular seascapes and without a care in the world? The likes of Hotel Aguamarina in the South of the island provides a high standard of accommodation just a short stroll from the Amarilla Golf Club.

    There’s so much more to the Canary Islands than meets the eye. Why not scratch the surface of this diverse destination and find out for yourself?

  • March 1, 2018 /  Beach & Island
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    Cold winter, layers of clothes and snowfall in England can be a bit tiresome. But it doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom! Take a well deserved break and enjoy a fantastic climate with a constant (warm) temperature all year round in the Canary Islands! This winter, travel companies offer many hotel and car hire deals in Canary Islands, so going on holiday during winter doesn’t have to be expensive anymore- The Canaries are located southwest of Spain and northwest of Africa, off the coast of Morocco. The Canaries consists of Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Tenerife, La Palma, Gomera and Hierro. Surrounded by the cool blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean, the Canary Islands show off all their magic in an archipelago unique in the world for its diversity and subtropical beauty; an entire universe that you can enjoy in a spring-like climate which lasts twelve months a year. What is more, with your holiday car rental you can explore what the Canaries have to offer whether it is to enjoy the diverse landscapes, visiting villages and enjoying some local atmosphere, indulging in a game of golf or just relaxing on a remote beach- Gran Canaria Gran Canaria captivate you with its long beaches and sand dunes, green gorges, and picturesque villages full of history. The beaches are amongst the best in the islands and resort of Playa de Ingles offers some very lively nightlife. If you don’t want to spend your nights in a club and your days on the beach, the island also offers excellent golfing with 6 Golf Courses.

    Tenerife Tenerife is the perfect place to fill your holiday with unforgettable moments. With car rental, enjoy the bays, the volcanic landscapes, mountains, the deep canyons, giant cliffs and the exotic woods and old towns-

    Lanzarote This is the island where tradition and modernity meet. The Parque Nacional de Timanfaya cannot be missed and the drive along the -Route of the Volcanoes- in the Parque Nacional de Timanfaya will take your breath away.

    Fuerteventura Discover an oasis on the Atlantic. Fuerteventura boasts stunning sandy beaches and turquoise waters. It is definitely the island for watersports enthusiasts and those who wish to take things easy.

    La Palma It is a haven of peace and a gift for the senses. One of the least visited islands in the archipelago this is the place to come to to escape from it all at any time of the year

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  • February 27, 2018 /  Beach & Island
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    Boca Raton is known for the breathtaking beauty of its beaches. Their beauty, quietness and natural setting make these three beaches the jewels in Boca Ratons crown.

    Spanish River Park
    The locals love Spanish River Park for its variety of activities. Whether going for a weekend outing or a lunchtime picnic, the park is a comfortable place to spend a few hours. The area has grills, rest room facilities, and a playground.
    The water on both sides Spanish River Park make it a unique place to visit. The park is named for the shallow freshwater stream that once flowed on the western edge of the park where the Army Corps of Engineers created a channel, joining the area with the rest of the Intracoastal Waterway. From the western side, visitors can walk through the long tunnel that goes under Route A1A to enjoy the ocean and beach on the east. Visitors come for swimming, fishing, nature walks, bird watching and picnicking.

    Red Reef Park
    Nature enthusiasts will particularly enjoy Red Reef Park, 67 acres of Atlantic coastline and wildlife. The park features a man-made reef for snorkelers to catch a glimpse of natures underwater wonders, including tropical fish, turtles, eels and stingrays. The parks Gumbo-Limbo Nature Center lets visitors take a close look at wildlife with sea turtles, sharks and stingrays in outdoor aquariums. The shaded boardwalks are ideal for afternoon nature strolls through butterfly gardens and a 40-foot observation tower. Birders will enjoy the wide range of small birds in the park. Along with the natural setting, Red Reef offers picnicking with grills, tables and rest room facilities.

    South Beach
    South Beach Park is the third jewel in Boca Ratons crown. The park offers a variety of native plants and trees common to the dunes. These plants have adapted to the continuous salty breeze coming off the ocean. They stabilize the dunes and work to preserve the ecosystem of the park. Nature lovers will enjoy exploring the dunes and observing this wonder of nature.

    The half-mile beachfront at South Beach is part of 24 acres in the park, making the area ideal for sunbathing, swimming or walking the shoreline. The beach offers three designated swimming areas and is staffed with lifeguards. Unlike the other beaches, South Beach does not have picnic facilities, so it is best for nature strolls, swimming and sunbathing.

    Each beach has much to offer those looking for a few quiet hours to convene with nature. Whether you enjoy fishing, swimming, picnicking or nature walks, you will find enjoyable leisurely activities at one of the jewels in Boca Ratons crown.

  • February 22, 2018 /  Beach & Island
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    An exclusive beachside development investment opportunity has arisen in one of the most desirable areas of Little Cayman. Only limited plots are available.

    Buy Property Overseas are pleased to announce their exclusive land investment opportunities in the highly sought after Coral Estate. Nestled in the turquoise waters of the western Caribbean, this rare land development is situated on the smallest of the Cayman Islands, Little Cayman. Coral Estate is perfectly positioned to enjoy stunning sea views, and experts agree this is by far the best place to build on the island.

    This beach-side exclusive development enjoys tropical sea views with pure white sandy beaches. The plots sit in front of a protected nature reserve limiting the number of new property builds; not only ensuring the exclusivity but keeping this area it’s formal natural paradise.

    Plot investment opportunities like this do not come on to the market very often and with land prices expected to rise significantly over the next few years; these plots are ideal for any property investor. Additionally, Buy Property Overseas are offering five years interest free credit for any new investors.

    About Buy Property Overseas

    Buy Property Overseas assists clients in every stage of the real estate process, representing them in the buying, selling, financing, leasing, managing and valuing of assets. Other advisory services include providing strategic planning and research, portfolio analysis, site selection and space location.

    Each potential global investment market is subject to extensive research conducted by our in-house research department which ascertains whether to offer strong investment opportunities.

    About Buy Property Overseas

    Buy Property Overseas is an overseas property investment specialist, working directly with developers in more than forty countries. All properties are exclusive to BPO, giving an unparalleled selection of resale and new builds.

    David Redfern is the director of Buy Property Overseas an overseas property investment specialist. David works closely with developers in more than forty countries and oversees the BPO. education programme which lectures individuals and organisations on property investment. Eloise G. Haynes

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  • February 21, 2018 /  Beach & Island
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    Several from the U.S. Virgin Islands, the British Virgin Islands is located right inside the heart of the tropical Caribbean and east of Puerto Rico. This British territory carries a tropical climate with occasional hurricanes, which hit the land from June to November.

    This country’s four islands Tortola, Virgin Gonda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke are overflowing with warm atmosphere developed by people who are mainly of African descent.

    Uncover the true beauty (both hidden and well-known) by visiting some of their popular spots and experiencing the accompanying:

    Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke Beaches. Bask under the heat of the Caribbean sun by investing a day in this paradise. Whether or not you are sleeping soundly in a very hammock or surfing its wild waves, this is 1 opportunity you wouldn’t need to miss. Go scuba diving, snorkeling, canoeing, kayaking, surfing, sailing, riding a powerboat, parasailing, and windsurfing. Not just that – you have to swim with the dolphins. The pursuits are endless! In the end, when you are speaking in the Caribbean, it is all about the beach and the sunlight (and every possible issue that you might do in water).

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    Neighborhood markets. Since it’s all about shopping for handmade crafts and fresh produce!

    Be a spectator. Not of a brawl but of BVI’s well known sports. Root for your team as you love watching their ever-famous cricket, basketball, softball, cycling, and horse racing.

    Go through the ‘Carnival’. Make your way to the BVI during August and certainly you’ll find yourself lost inside festive crowd. Parades, dances, and parties await your visit. It’s all about food, culture and music!

    Get your sexy tan lines by exploring the stunning British Virgin Islands!