Bay of Panormo, Crete
Panormo is a miniature village located just 22 km from Rethymno and 55 km from Heraklion, on the picturesque coast of the Cretan Sea. Unlike most Greek resorts, which are…

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Sitges, Spain
Sitges is a miniature Catalan town located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Thanks to the Garraf mountain park, covered with forests, a special comfortable microclimate is formed in…

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Ayia Napa
Ayia Napa is a Cypriot resort town, which is famous for its carelessness and love of life. Local residents never lose heart with pleasure sharing with tourists a positive mood,…

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How to get from Larnaca to the nearest resorts

Most tourists start their journey around Cyprus from the international airport, located 4 km from the city of Larnaca. This is one of the largest air harbors in the country, which serves more than 7 million people annually.

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Larnaca International Airport

Larnaca Airport has only one passenger terminal with an area of ​​98,000 m2. The building is divided into 2 levels. The upper one is for departures, the lower one serves departing flights. For comfortable landing and disembarkation of people, 16 telescopic rails are provided. At peak loads in high season, buses are Continue reading

Tsambika Beach

Tsambika Beach is located about 26 km from the island’s capital, Rhodes. The long and wide coastline, covered with fine golden sand, attracts many tourists for whom there is everything you need.

Nature generously endowed this corner of Greece with beauty. The azure Mediterranean Sea invites to cool off on a hot summer day. Picturesque views paint pictures from ancient mythology. Flavors from the surrounding taverns excite taste buds, inviting you to taste the local cuisine, which, incidentally, is considered one of the healthiest in the world.

South of Tsambika Beach

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Adele Bay, Crete

About 8 km east of Rethymnon, on the road leading to the Arkadi Monastery, lies the small village of Adele. Its small population was traditionally engaged in agriculture, fertile plains made it possible to collect rich harvests of vegetables and fruits. Agriculture has gradually replaced the more profitable tourism business. The village of Adele, as well as the neighboring Agia Paraskevi and Adelianos Kampos merged into one tourist zone.

In the village of Adele itself, there is nothing remarkable except for the narrow streets and neat little houses buried in verdure. The infrastructure is well developed: numerous hotels provide accommodation options for every budget, taverns and restaurants offer hearty dishes of European and Greek cuisine, shops and souvenir shops offer a standard set of products. Continue reading

Fort Galle, Sri Lanka
Fort Galle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of Sri Lanka's main attractions. The construction has an ancient and interesting history. It is not possible to find out the…

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Gava, Spain
The seaside town of Gava, located between Barcelona and Sitges, and the tourist district of Gava Mar, which is an integral part of it, are considered to be an elite…

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Prices for food and souvenirs in Phuket
Phuket is perhaps the most popular destination among tourists from all countries who want to see Thailand. Connected to the mainland by several bridges, the island is not lacking in…

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Prices for food and souvenirs in Koh Samui
In Thailand, there is a cult of food. There is hardly any other country in the world with so many food outlets per quarter. Siamese culinary specialists over the centuries…

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