Chang Island is a popular tourist resort located in the Southeast of Thailand. It is washed by the waters of the Gulf of Thailand and formally belongs to the province of Trat, like the other 50 islands of the archipelago, with which it is integral.
Translated from Thai, “chang” means “elephant”. If you look at the island from above, its outlines resemble this majestic animal.
In contrast to Phuket or Samui, the tourist infrastructure here is poorly developed, the entire archipelago Continue reading
Limassol is the most vibrant city in Cyprus. This is a major tourist center on a par with Ayia Napa and Protaras, where life does not freeze all year round, as it has many attractions and entertainment. The southern resort is famous for its beaches. You can relax in the city, but in high season the coastline is too densely equipped with rows of vacationers.
The exception is only a few hotels with their own beaches – proud owners of 4 and 5 stars: Amathus Beach Hotel Limassol, Four Seasons, St. Raphael, Mediterranean Beach, Elias Beach, Londa, GrandResort, Le Meridien.
It is better to go outside Limassol, where it is much freer, the gentle sea and stunning views are unlikely to leave anyone indifferent. Remember to rent a car to travel comfortably. Continue reading
Protaras is a chamber town in the south-east of Cyprus, stretching along the Fig Tree Bay. Unlike the neighboring Ayia Napa, where life is bubbling around the clock, Protaras appears as a quiet and measured resort – no noise and fuss. Luxurious sandy beaches, picturesque bays, fashionable hotels and gourmet restaurants – these are the components of a real luxury vacation.
Families with children who love the local coast for a gentle descent into the water, a shallow depth and a warm sea caressed by the hot rays of the southern sun love to visit this resort.
All Protaras beaches are municipal, even luxury hotels do not have their own fenced area. Here is a clear Continue reading