Our Corsica trip was a great mix of sunshine, trekking and history. We had a short city-break in between to visit Bastia and its ancient Citadel. If you are visiting Corsica, chances are that you will land at its capital, so it’s worth spending a few days to enjoy this magnificent city.
I’ve dreamed about a countryside villa in Corsica ever since I first heard about the Mediterranean forest and mountain landscapes of the island. Sometimes, dreams do come true. And the goal at Villa Madra seems to be to make dreams come true.
There is a reason why French Cuisine is so renown. You see, the French experiment with food only as far as they can achieve the finest taste.
Toulouse is a city off the radar to most people, making it a very attractive destination for those who want to go beyond Paris and Saint-Tropez to discover the true France – one of fine bakeries, delicious food… and more fine bakeries!
Nested within the steep cliffs of Calheta, Madeira, Savoy Saccharum has blended with the origins of the island. If you enjoy long days of sun, beach, and SPA, this adults-only hotel will surely be on your radar.
Travel without expectations is pretty much a rule I live by. Not studying any guidebooks nor researching are my personal extension to this rule. When we traveled to Cantabria and stayed at Molino Tejada, we had no idea a place like Orbaneja del Castillo even existed!
I feel privileged to get to discover the hidden gems of the world – the truly hidden ones. The only thing that makes it better is sharing them with you. Of course, hidden gems don’t come around in every trip but then they do, I get the best feeling!