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Ionian Coast


Miles of long, empty beaches are waiting for you along Albania's Ionian Coast. A short ferry ride from Italy, or a quick trip from Albania's international airport you'll find Albania relaxed, laid back and great weather. The small city of Vlore a little over an hour from the airport boasts hundreds of cafes and easy access to mountains, vistas, wild rivers, nature parks and calm seas. Whether you take a break by walking amongst the flamingoes, hiking the nature trails, expliring ancient castles and historical sites, or prefer to set up your laptop in one of the beachside cafes you'll be amazed at Albania's Ionian Coast.

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"Land of the Witches". Galicia is considered amongst the first countries in Europe, following the establishment of the Swabian Kingdom in 411 AD. Following the Muslim occupation of southern Iberia from 711 Galicia began to consolidate itself as one of the main Christian Kingdoms in Medieval Iberia, namely thanks to the pilgrimage route to Santiago de Compostela. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean one side and Portugal on another Galicia is a rich combination of beaches, mountains, ancient towns, rivers, estuaries, deep forests and deep history,

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Provence Alpes Cote dAzur


Provence, a region in southeastern France bordering Italy and the Mediterranean Sea, is known for its diverse landscapes, from the Southern Alps and Camargue plains to rolling vineyards, olive groves, pine forests and lavender fields. To the south is the Côte d'Azur (or French Riviera), where the elegant city of Nice and glamorous resort towns such as Saint-Tropez and Cannes line the coast

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Pacific Coast Ecuador


From beaches covered with palm trees and gigantic cliffs that rise over deep caverns, to the green forests of Mangle or the dry tropical forests, the 1,600 km (1,000 miles) of beaches become endless on the Coast of Ecuador. Bathed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean and with a warm tropical climate throughout the year, this region is recognised by fans of water sports, in particular by surfers, and by those who love the beach and nature. In the depth of the territory away from the beaches are, in turn, picturesque towns known for their local cuisine and crafts. The thriving city of Guayaquil, the historical sites and kilometres of cocoa plantations, bananas, palm trees and rice, complement the richness of the coast whose endless golden sunsets burst capriciously.

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