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Holiday Resorts on the Mediterranean

Blue-flag beaches and marinas in Greece

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Out of a long list of 51 countries, Greece has once again ranked number two on the Blue Flag eco-label for beaches this year, in recognition of their excellent seawater quality, litter management, organisation of the beach area, safety procedures for bathers and protection of the environment, among other criteria. 408 beaches and 10 marinas […]

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The best beaches in Italy

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You are in Italy or would like to visit this country in the summer.. You like swimming and look forward to seeing some of the beautiful beaches in this country.. Which ones should you really take the time and effort to see?? Down below is a useful article to help you with this “concern” 🙂 […]

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Marrakech in a new light

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Golfing in Marrakech You have for greens to choose from, each with the stately Atlas Mountins as a back drop. The Marrakech Royal Golf Club is the oldest. Built in 1923 it has seen a host of illustrious players tackle its course, including King Hassan II, Winston Churchill, Lloyd George and President Einsenhower. The Palmeria […]

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Castilla Canal in Spain

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Spain which hosts innumerous natural beauties is visited by tens of millions of foreigners each and every year. Among spots worth seeing Canal de Castilla is considered a must for nature lovers. This canal which is in the north of Spain was constructed during the last half of the 18th century and the first half […]

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The Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy

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Long beaches of golden sand, ancient towns, sheer cliffs plunging  into the sea. The Tyrrhenian is an endless succession of experiences and emotions linked by a single common denominator: the bright blue  of the waters that mark the boundary between land and sea.

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