Surprised by the beauty of Pembrokeshire

If you haven’t been to Pembrokeshire, I highly recommend it, there are so many places to explore, we have lots of history and the most amazing beaches that you can stroll along at low tide. During the autumn months, you may be lucky enough to spot a seal with a cub or the dolphins playing in the coves.

via Photography in Pembrokeshire. – Wild West Gilly

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Cartagena, one of the finest ports in the Mediterranean

The city of Cartagena had it’s heyday during the Roman Empire and it was one of the most important naval ports in Spain. It has the most amazing Roman Theatre and a plethora of amazing Art Nouveau buildings as a result of the bourgeoisie and we saw it all.

via Majocar & Cartagena Spain

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The Causeway Coastal Route is a real cliffhanger

It’s hard to believe that the breathtaking destinations along the way are so close to home. The route takes you past some of the countries spine tingling scenery and stunning views. The Gobbins, Torr Head and Whitepark Bay are just some of the places you can explore along the way, before visiting the famous Giants Causeway and the reason why this road trip found its name.

via Road Trips: Discovering Natural Beauty – My Take On Life | UK Male Lifestyle Blog

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Positano’s colour palette is a gift to the eyes

When our ferry approached Positano, everyone was busy taking photos. Lonely Planet says “Positano is the Amalfi Coast’s most photogenic town”. I totally agree. Just look at the colour. All you need to do is clicking. You don’t need Photoshop or anything else. The whole town is like colour palette, white, pink, yellow, orange. Positano is a place for wandering and exploring. Follow your heart, let the place surprise you.

via Positano | GYPSYBUS28

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Bring watershoes when visiting Krka National Park

Before visiting Croatia, what came to mind was its beautiful coastlines dotted with enchanting old towns. What I found more unexpected after my recent trip was its jaw-droppingly stunning national parks, none more so than Krka National Park.

Situated around an hour and a half from Split, the park is perfect for a sunny day of hiking, swimming, exploring, and just enjoying nature.

via A Day Exploring Krka National Park – Off a Small Island

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Bergen as your gateway to the fjords

Bergen is marketed as the ‘Gateway to the Fjords’; it’s where countless excursions to glaciers, Fjords and mountains depart from, and the ease of getting to some of Norway’s most incredible landscapes was probably the main reason we wanted to go there.

via 10 things to do in Bergen, Norway – Sophar So Good

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Apulia, Trulli incredible

It’s both a blessing and a curse that more people don’t know about Apulia (Puglia). And what I mean is that for those who do know and have visited, they fall in love with the charming towns and beaches and fresh seafood and delicious wines.

via Puglia: Trulli Incredible | Trains, Planes, and Vino

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White Cliffs of Dover, icon of Britain

This landscape was surprisingly different to any other I had seen before – which is just what I had hoped for. The cliffs were high and dropped straight into the ocean. When standing on top of them there were no restrictions. You’re only barrier was your level of comfort with standing so close to the edge.

via White Cliffs of Dover  – Another Sharing Project

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Calabria, on the toe of Italy’s boot

Located on the “toe of Italy’s boot”, it’s home to 781 kilometers (485 miles) of coast. Being closer to North Africa than San Francisco to Santa Barbara, the region gets 300 to 320 sunny days a year, which makes it a nice all-year-round destination.

Coastline and hills, sunshine all day, rugged cliffs and sandy beaches, delicious Italian food and spicy regional dishes- Calabria has it all.

via A week in beautiful Calabria – Boho Soul

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A blog definately worth visiting: Image Earth Travel. Great source of information about Italy and lots of other awesome destinations. Blogster Nilla tipped us about beautiful Calabria.