sea & beaches Tag

GREECE / 11.07.2013

Fashionable and incredibly pretty, Mykonos Island immediately caught my heart.[caption id="attachment_15418" align="alignnone" width="600"] The Iconic Mykonos Windmills[/caption]The main destination of this trip was Folegandros, but since the flight arrived in Mykonos and I had anyway to wait the following day for the boat,  I seized the chance and decided to stay a couple of days. [pullquote]I...

SOUTH AFRICA / 15.05.2013

When I first visited South Africa in 2011, I decided to skip Durban to spend as much time as possible in wild and remote areas of South Africa. I thought it would be another big city with no special character, not really worth stopping by.[pullquote]Durban was an unexpected and delightful discovery[/pullquote] Then came the opportunity to go...

SPAIN / 10.11.2012

I was captivated by the unexpected beauty of the Costa Brava, its small enchanting hamlets, the traditions still surviving.Enchanting Hamlets: Peratallada and Pubòl Strolling along the narrow streets of Peratallada is like stepping back into ancient times.I couldn't stop taking photos, halting at every corner, admiring the beauty of the old houses made of stones, the...

SPAIN / 02.09.2010

Once a small fishermen village, in the early 20th Century Cadaques became an important cultural centre with its wild landscape attracting world-famous artists such as Picasso, Chagall, Man Ray, Garcìa Lorca, Luis Bunuel and many others.[caption id="attachment_3659" align="alignleft" width="601"] Cadaqués, un soir d'été. Photo Courtesy Fœtal on Flickr[/caption]However, the Catalan town owes its fame mostly...

CUBA / 03.06.2010

Declared a Natural Reserve in 1996, the archipelago of the Jardines de la Reìna in Cuba is an amazing wilderness area and a paradise for diving and fishing.Surrounded by mangroves, the lagoon houses lots of awesome wildlife: herons and pelicans, crocodiles, eagle rays, tarpons, nurse sharks and lots more. And then secluded and deserted beaches,...