Barbados is one of the most well-known Caribbean islands and is the destination of many visitors each year to enjoy its beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters. However, many tourists remain prey to the beautiful resorts and do not go out to discover the island. With this brief guide you will discover other lesser known
From always a style model and one of the most fascinating cities in Europe. In Paris, tradition and innovation coexist wonderfully. Just stroll along the tree-lined avenues of the city to realize it, crossing the many village-districts with the unmissable bakery and florist, or the impressive boulevards that from the Louvre Palace lead straight to
Anguilla is the northernmost of the British Leeward Islands and maintains the quiet atmosphere of a secluded corner of the world. It is a small island (91 sq. Km.), Populated by few friendly and friendly people, with beaches considered among the most beautiful in the Caribbean. Until some years ago, Anguilla was almost completely free
The beautiful Pacific Lagoon Bora Bora is a place everybody wants to visit. It is hard to say what makes it more beautiful, the turquoise water splashing into the white sandy beaches or the magnificent barrier reef. Well, that’s up for you to decide but when it comes to accommodation, the choice has been made
St. Barthelemy (also known as St. Barths) is one of the most exclusive islands in the Caribbean. The ideal place to relax and explore the surroundings. Kilometers of whitewashed sandy beaches, breathtaking views, luxury shops, high class gastronomy. And a touch of French elegance. With constant temperatures for nearly 365 days a year: all in
For most of its history, Costa Rica has been a nation of peasants and are therefore their traditions those found mainly in the kitchen. In contrast to other areas of Central and South America, the country still has a remarkable and varied gastronomic culture, resulting in an original mix of indigenous, African and European influences.