The lizard walk

We’re off for a bracing cliff top walk from The Lizard to one of the most famous beaches in Cornwall – Kynance Cove. The Lizard to Kynance Cove Walk is a short 2,5 miles section of the South West Coast Path and can be done in around 50 minutes. The scenery along the way isContinue reading “The lizard walk”

Mouthfuls and endless sands

It’s not often that a place name is in itself a tourist attraction, but this one is an exception to the rule! The tongue twisting town of Llanfair­pwllgwyngyll­gogery­chwyrn­drobwll­llan­tysilio­gogo­goch is a regular photo stop for people in Anglesey! The long form of the name, with 58 characters split into 18 syllables, is the longest place nameContinue reading “Mouthfuls and endless sands”

Melissani Cave

One of our favourite things when in sunnier climes is to enjoy the stunning array of different coloured water! Whether it’s turquoise blue, crystal clear or emerald green. Kefalonia is no exception with an abundance of amazing natural caves, coastlines and water courses to explore. One of the most stunning is the Melissani Cave –Continue reading “Melissani Cave”

Central Park

When you think of New York, one of the most well known places is Central Park. Appearing in countless films, TV shows and music videos, it’s the quintessential icon of New Yorker’s leisure time. Central Park is the fifth-largest park in New York City, covering 843 acres and was established in 1857. It has nearly 50Continue reading “Central Park”

Captivating Capriccioli

We’re heading to the last of the stunning Costa S’meralda beaches now – the lovely Capriccioli. It’s a small beach with a length of 200 meters is surrounded by an abundance of lush Mediterranean brush, with olive and pine trees. The beach is divided into two parts by enormous granite rocks and is a gorgeous stretchContinue reading “Captivating Capriccioli”

Spiaggia del Principe

Next on our coastal trip around the Costa S’meralda is the gorgeous little sandy spot of Spiaggia del Principe. Spiaggia del Principe, also known as Portu Li Coggi, is one of the best beaches of Costa Smeralda. The Prince’s Beach is aptly named as it was the favourite beach of Karim Aga Khan IV, theContinue reading “Spiaggia del Principe”

Rough seas and windswept sands

Onwards with our tour of the Costa Smeralda coastline and this time we’re treated to the sea at its windswept best. The water has transformed into a boiling, seething mass of navy fury topped with foamy white horses at Cala Liccia. To get to this empty, wind whipped shingle beach we have to do aContinue reading “Rough seas and windswept sands”

Simply stunning

There’s no other words to describe our next Sardinian hot spot – simply stunning just about covers it. La Pelosa beach (Spiaggia della Pelosa) with its warm shallow turquoise waters and glittering white sands, is a true oasis of wonder. It could easily stand as possibly the best beach I have ever been to, it’sContinue reading “Simply stunning”

Neptune’s Grotto

Join us as we descend into the underworld now with a trip to the natural wonder that is Neptune’s grotto. Heading to the protected marine area of Capo Caccia we’re surrounded by incredible cliffs and rock formations, one of which conceals the incredible cave we’re destined for. We took the easy route via boat andContinue reading “Neptune’s Grotto”