Comino is a very small island that offers a peaceful holiday to its visitors. The island has a permanent population of four (yes, just 4!). It is a car-free island that is ideal for those who love diving, going windsurfing and taking a walk! The Blue Lagoon is probably the best asset of Comino Island. If you are looking for a place for a tranquil holiday, then this island will be a perfect choice for you!
A hidden beauty on Cephalonia, a Greek island within the borders of Ionian Sea. The water in Melissani Cave is so clear that boats on the water look like they are hovering. Once upon a time, this cave was blessed for Pan, the God of the Wild in Greek mythology – furthermore, the name of the cave came from a water nymph who had a crush on and rejected by Pan. The nymph committed suicide because of her sadness. The central part of the cave used to be a roof that was open to the sky and collapsed hundreds of years ago. The view, yet, is perfect.
Do you want to travel to the mountainous terrains of Scotland just like the Celts and Picts did once upon a time? If yes, then Cairngorms is the place. It is the largest natural park of England and it is home to 5 of the 6 largest mountains in Scotland. There are 52 peak points and one of them is the best for you.
The stunning Verdon Gorge is a river canyon in the southeastern section of France. The gorge is home to the Verdon River, known for its starling turquoise waters.
The Verdon Gorge is a limestone canyon over 15 miles (25 kilometers) long and up to 2,297 feet (700 meters) deep. The canyon is a popular rock climbing, kayaking, hiking, and sight-seeing destination.
Either side of Verdon Gorge is easily accessed, and a car ride around the rim is a lovely way to spend a day.
The largest nearby towns with the most services and accommodations are Grasse and Aix-en-Provence, with several other smaller towns in the vicinity.
Mount Bromo (Indonesian: Gunung Bromo), is an active volcano and part of the Tengger massif, in East Java, Indonesia. At 2,329 metres (7,641 ft) it is not the highest peak of the massif, but is the most well known. The massif area is one of the most visited tourist attractions in East Java, Indonesia. The volcano belongs to the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. The name of Bromo derived from Javanese pronunciation of Brahma, the Hinducreator god.
Mount Bromo sits in the middle of a plain called the “Sea of Sand”, a protected nature reserve since 1919. The typical way to visit Mount Bromo is from the nearby mountain village of Cemoro Lawang. From there it is possible to walk to the volcano in about 45 minutes, but it is also possible to take an organised jeep tour, which includes a stop at the viewpoint on Mount Penanjakan (2,770 m or 9,088 ft) (Indonesian: Gunung Penanjakan). The viewpoint on Mount Penanjakan can also be reached on foot in about two hours.
Depending on the degree of volcanic activity, the Indonesian Centre for Volcanology and Disaster Hazard Mitigation sometimes issues warnings against visiting Mount Bromo.