Famous for its unique atmosphere and cultural interest, Barcelona is one of the most vivid cities in Europe. Stroll along Las Ramblas, explore the cobbled streets of the Gothic section or visit the unfinished masterpiece of Gaudí, the Sagrada Familia. Alternatively, go on a bike tour through the old town and along the beach. Go for a walk in the park Guell Gaudi, a truly amazing oasis of plants, trees and buildings. Do not miss the Picasso Gallery, with more than 2000 works of the artist.
Collioure is certainly the most attractive town on this stretch of the Mediterranean coast and is definitely not to be missed. It also feels slightly out of place: you feel as if you are in the heart of Provence rather than close to the Spanish border!
Collioure is a seaside resort on the Languedoc coast, just north of the border with Spain and on the 'Vermeille Coast'. Collioure has been a trading port since 673 and the village began to develop more fully in the 10th century.
Start your visit by walking along the sea-front: there are the wonderful sights of the castle and the church of Notre Dame des Anges to admire and as you wander along the Boulevard du Boramar between the two there are lots of lovely seaside bars and restaurants to tempt you. Head uphill into the historic centre of the town and the narrow streets are charming, the houses are painted in lovely pastel shades with painted shutters and many are bedecked with trailing bougainvillea and vibrant blue plumbagos.
Calvi is a city on the French island of Corsica and the biggest tourist centre of the island proper. You will find picturesque views of nature’s scenic beauty at every turn turn, and there are many enjoyable places to spend time both in Calvi itself and the surrounding region.For many visitors it is Calvi’s beach that is the big attraction and center of a visit. The beach is a long, narrow strip of white sand and serene, shallow water that stretches nearly 6 km (4 mi) along the length of the bay. The Citadel is the main part of the town, and its most important historical monument. It was a military outpost in the 15th century that helped guard the city against international attacks. The citadel sits high above Calvi port from where it towers over the sea
Florence/Pisa (Livorno), Italy
Take advantage of this beautiful Italian port, Livorno, as the starting point for exploring the nearby Pisa with its famous leaning tower, or to visit the walled city of Lucca, famous for its silk and olive oil production. Otherwise drive through the countryside of Tuscany to Florence to do the best shopping in Italy and admire the statue of David by Michelangelo and other artworks of the Renaissance.
Μahon is the capital of Minorca, a Spanish island, that belongs to the group of Balearic Islands. Due to its location in the center of the western Mediterranean, Minorca had accepted influences of different civilizations since prehistoric times. A typical example is the architecture on the island, which is a mixture of local and colonial elements. Today is one of the most important tourist destinations of Spain. Famous for its traditional summer festivals, attracts many visitors. The international opera week and international festival of musical instruments, are of the main cultural events on the island.
In Cannes, the queen of Côte d'Azur, with its famous Croisette, one of the most famous streets in the world, the visitor will see the beautiful buildings and luxury hotels dating from Belle Epoque. The palace of the International Film Festival and the village of artists, with the graphic galleries and excellent tables is none other than San Paul de Vance. A beautiful area to relax the tension of the city and redefine the senses of human nature.
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Palma in full Palma de Mallorca, is the major city and port on the island of Majorca (Mallorca) and capital city of the autonomous community of the Balearic Islands in Spain. he city occupies the north western end of a bay in the south west of the island of Mallorca. The city council also has jurisdiction over the sub-archipelago of Cabrera including the islands of Cabrera, Conejera, Estells, Imperial, Rodon, Foradada, Plana, and Pobra.The city became a tourist destination in the 1950s, and tourist numbers have continually increased in the subsequent half century. Palma is a busy commercial and cultural center of Mallorca
Porto Cervo (Olbia)
Porto Cervo Marina is one of the Mediterranean's best equipped and most welcoming ports.
Portovenere is a town located on the Ligurian coast of Italy in the province of La Spezia. In 1997 Porto Venere and the villages of Cinque Terre were designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Portovenere is a town that lives mainly tourist trade, catering and activities related to tourist accommodation. Very popular shopping promenade in the Doria quay and picturesque Alley and panoramic views to the church of St. Peter and the Doria Castle. The harbor of Portovenere, although the smallest of Liguria, in the summer season is always sold out and also host many celebrities.
Provence (Toulon), France
Some of the sightseeings of the city's historic center are one of the oldest cathedrals in France, dedicated to the Savior, the Town Hall Square with its famous clock, the Cours Mirabeau,a filled with flowers street and the numerous private mansions created to the city center between 13th and 16th centuries. Do not forget to enjoy your coffee in the bistro "de Garçon" the favorite haunt of Paul Cezanne and other Impressionists painters.The old port offers spectacular views of the bay jetty. There you will see the twin castles - outposts of St. John and St. Nicholas- as well as the Notre Dame de la Guard, housed in the city's highest point overlooking the Chateau d'If, where the Earl Montekristo was imprisoned, according to the Alexandre Dumas' novel.