Bohemian Paradise

Booking Banner number 1

PrachovTjechie

A city trip to Prague or hiking and skiing in the Giant Mountains? They are surely the most famous destinations in the Czech Republic. Okay maybe the spas of Carlsbad and the Lipno in South Bohemia just as popular, but why would not even occur outside the beaten path, if you ever want to take a look at this beautiful country. The first question is, if you ever looking for something else, where do you find a unique experience?

Hruby Rohozec
Hruby Rohozec

The Bohemian Paradise is situated in the northern of the Czech Republic, just over an hour’s drive from the capital Prague. It has a unique landscape of sandstone cliffs, weathered by rain, wind and sun, interspersed with majestic castles, sleepy villages where time has stood still, vast forests and the typical ‘rock towns’. A place for dreamers, a place to explore. High time to explore Terra Felix, (the happy country).

karlsbad
Carlsbad

Bohemia is a region encompassing the western Czech Republic. It is centered on the national capital, Prague, distinguished by the Gothic architecture of the Charles Bridge and Old Town Square, and the hilltop Prague Castle. The Vltava River flows south from Prague through the town of České Budějovice, home of the Budvar brewery, and the medieval town of Český Krumlov, with its castle and pub-lined lanes.

Bohemian Paradise 2

*****

HOTEL BOOKINGS
Book Now

For the Best ‪#‎Hotels‬ and ‪#‎Resorts‬‬
We help you with your ‪#‎Bookings‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

ASIAN-BESTHOTELS
BANGKOK-BESTHOTELS
EUROPEAN-BESTHOTELS
HOLLAND-BESTHOTELS
VIP-BESTHOTELS

PLANET-ASIAN
GERRIT-TIENKAMP
TRIPADVISOR‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

Web Hosting

Advertisements

Top 10 Extraordinary Long Distance Hikes in Europe

Booking Banner number 1

Europe is not only about magnificent historic cities, food and art; Europe also offers a wide range of outdoor activities. The continent is crisscrossed by long distance cycling routes as well as long distance hiking trails. If you are one of those people who need to get out and about during their vacation, you might want to consider the following ten long distance hikes in Europe.

EU11. Slovenian Mountain Trail, Slovenia

This challenging 500 kilometre hike connects the major mountain ranges in Slovenia—Pohorje, the Julian Alps, the Kamnik-Savinja Alps and Karavanke—with the sun-soaked Adriatic coast. It takes in Mount Triglav, the symbol of and tallest mountain in the country. This superb trail starts in Maribor, a town in the Alps, and takes in mountain ridges, valleys, plateaus, farmlands and vineyards before ending in Ankara, a town on the Adriatic Sea coast. This is a well-signed and well-maintained trail, featuring more than 50 huts and almost 80 checkpoints.

EU22. Müllerthal Trail, Luxembourg

Maybe not the most well-known long distance hiking trail in Europe, but absolutely a recommend one is the 112 kilometre Müllerthal Trail in Luxembourg. This well-marked six-day hike takes hikers past the stunning rock formations, castles, farmlands and forests that characterise the beautiful Little Switzerland region in Luxembourg.

EU33. Laugavegur Trek, Iceland

Also known as Laugavegurinn or the Hot Spring Route, the Laugavegur Trek in Iceland is not that long of a hike with its length of 54 kilometres, but it does require hikers to spend a few nights on the trail. This is arguably the most exceptional long distance hike in Europe because hikers will traverse volcanoes, glaciers, valleys and multi-coloured mountains. It’s this sheer variety of landscapes that makes this hike so unique.

EU44. Alta Via 1, Italy

The 150 kilometres long Alta Via 1, or High Route in English, snakes its way across the magnificent Dolomites in northern Italy. Although these mountains stand in the shadow, literally and figuratively, of the Alps, they are considered to be the most striking in Europe. They’re made up of incredibly sharp peaks, rock formations, photogenic alpine lakes and expansive alpine meadows. It’s a downright extraordinary trail. To top it off, the entire region is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

EU55. Kungsleden, Sweden

Sweden’s Kungsleden, or King’s Trail in English, runs for no fewer than 440 kilometres across the vast plains of Swedish Lapland. It crosses one of the largest remaining wildernesses in Europe, taking in huge areas of tundra, birch woods, glaciers and mountains. This challenging trail—there are few facilities on the way—is typically done in four one-week-long sections. The trail is also opened in winter, when it’s a popular cross-country ski trail.

EU66. Tour du Mont Blanc, France, Italy and Switzerland

Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in western Europe, rising 4,810 metres to the sky. The Tour du Mont Blanc circumvents the entire base of this mountain, crossing three country borders on its way. The trail is 169 kilometres long and runs underneath towering mountain peaks and across scenic valleys and meadows. Hikers generally start and end in Chamonix, France, and sleep in the many huts that line the trail.

EU77. Lycian Way, Turkey

This is without question one of the greatest historic long distance hikes in Europe. Running for about 540 kilometres along Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, from Fethiye to Antalya, the Lycian Way is an extraordinary trail that combines several shorter ancient trails. Attractions on the way range from rocky coastlines and beaches backed by pine forests to ancient ruins and historic coastal towns.

Boycott Turkey Banner

EU88. Hadrian’s Wall Path, England

The 135 kilometre Hadrian’s Wall Path follows what used to be the northernmost border of the Roman Empire. Running from the North Sea coast to the Irish Sea coast across northern England, this epic trail is lined with Roman ruins, including many sections of UNESCO World Heritage Listed Hadrian’s Wall, and crosses spectacular rural landscapes. It doesn’t take longer than six days to finish the walk.

EU99. West Highland Way, Scotland

EU1010. Camino de Santiago, Spain

Undoubtedly the most famous hiking trail in Europe, the Camino de Santiago, or Way of St. James in English, is made up of numerous different trails, all of which end at the old pilgrimage city of Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain. The most popular route begins in St.-Jean-Pied-de-Port just across the French border in the Pyrenees and measures about 800 kilometres. It takes more than a month to complete this iconic trail.

*****
Source: Tripzilla Magazine
*****

HOTEL BOOKINGS
Book Now

For the Best ‪#‎Hotels‬ and ‪#‎Resorts‬‬
We help you with your ‪#‎Bookings‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

ASIAN-BESTHOTELS
BANGKOK-BESTHOTELS
EUROPEAN-BESTHOTELS
HOLLAND-BESTHOTELS
VIP-BESTHOTELS

PLANET-ASIAN
GERRIT-TIENKAMP
TRIPADVISOR‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

Web Hosting

A Greek surprise

Booking Banner number 1

Evia Marmari
The shape of Megali Ammos Beach in Marmari is constantly changing with the wind and the sea.

For the more adventurous the Greece lovers: go out to the south of Evia! Huh? Where? Evia is after Crete the largest island of Greece and even manages to surprise its own population. In particular, a stay in the south is a party, especially if you want to encounter few tourists and loves traditional Greece.

You can Evia difficult overlook. So long and right on the shore of the Athenian Riviera. You get there by a ferry from the mainland or from a bridge at Halkida. But despite its size and its convenient proximity to Athens, the island and especially the southern part has so far managed to escape the mass tourism.

Evia, karystos

The bay of Karystos. A fairly wide sandy beach with a few cozy bars.

Direction Paximadi you may find the most beautiful sandy beaches and bays. The sea water will gradually down here and the water is beautifully clear. There are no facilities, so bring a well-stocked picnic basket with you!

eviaEzel
Authentic Greece

There are currently in South Evia ‘three non-finished Roman pillars “, also referred to as columns. You can made a beautiful walk here. Did you know that a lot of construction on the Italian island of Cilicia, are built with marble of Karystos? During this hike you will learn more of these facts.

EviaAgiosDimitrios
Agios Dimitrios Beach

Agios Dimitrios (on the southern Gulf of Evia). Provide a jeep, because it is a bumpy, steep road towards the beach. In any case you must have a little guts for this ride down.

Evia-cavo
Halambro at Cavo D’Oro. Ideal for snorkel diving enthusiasts.

Cavo d’OroThis is the most authentic part of Evia; small hamlets with old stone houses, churches in blue and white and the beaches you see in the distance. It is also called the Golden Cape and a visit should not be missed if you stay in Marmari and Karystos. It belongs to the hinterland of the south and it is as if time has stood still.

*****
HOTEL BOOKINGS
Book Now

For the Best ‪#‎Hotels‬ and ‪#‎Resorts‬‬
We help you with your ‪#‎Bookings‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

ASIAN-BESTHOTELS
BANGKOK-BESTHOTELS
EUROPEAN-BESTHOTELS
HOLLAND-BESTHOTELS
VIP-BESTHOTELS

PLANET-ASIAN
GERRIT-TIENKAMP
TRIPADVISOR‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

Web Hosting

Most beautiful Greek Islands

Booking Banner number 1

Greece has approximately 6,000 Greek islands and 227 of these are inhabited. They are all piece by piece an ideal place for a holiday with sun, sea and sand. They differ from islands with kilometers of beaches to islands with a lovely soft green environment. Besides one island is much warmer or colder than the other. Which are best suited for your vacation? Discover the top ten most beautiful Greek islands.

Greece, RhodosRhodos

Only a few kilometers away from Turkey can you be found Rhodes. This island has a huge amount of beautiful flora and fauna. The interior is mountainous and contains lots of forests and few people. Along the coast, sandy and boulder beaches themselves regularly. With an area of 1,398 km2 Rhodes is the fourth largest island in Greece. The island is also known from Greek mythology. Zeus, the great god, the sun god Helios had forgotten to provide an island and therefore Rhodes rose from the sea as a gift to Helios. Rhodes has been occupied throughout history by many different peoples such as the Romans, Goths, Minoans, Acchaeërs, Arabs and Persians. It is an ideal place for lovers of art history.

Greece, Kreta
Crete

The biggest island of Greece is Crete. The island is 250 kilometers long and even in some places 60 kilometers wide. To top it all keep a little organized, Crete is divided into four provinces. They all have a wonderful climate, rich culture, beautiful nature and a shimmering coastline at their disposal. The stories of Crete go 9,000 years back. The first inhabitants were already on the island around 7000 BC. Crete is not only popular because of its rich history, but also because of the coastline which is over 1,000 kilometers long. So you see everywhere sea and that many people find delicious.

Greece, SantoriniSantorini

Located between Naxos and Crete you can find Santorini. This island consists of six small islands called Aspronisi, Palea Kameni, Thira, Christiani, Thirasia and Nea Kameni. Right in the middle of this small archipelago is a volcano called catered for with a number of outbreaks of the landscape, also called a ring-shaped archipelago. Today Santorini is part of the sixteen Decade Volcanoes of the IAVCEI, an organization for volcanology. These sixteen volcanoes are known for a history of very large eruptions that made for a very special and impressive scenery.

Greece, Zakynthos
Zakynthos

To Zakynthos belongs to the image of a ship wreck on a white sand beach has landed in turquoise blue water. The number of pictures created in this location is unthinkable large. It’s no wonder with such beautiful surroundings. It’s good to stay on the island because the climate is delightful. In the summer months you will be cooled by a fine easterly wind. This wind has ensured that both the Romans and the Venetians the island change it to ‘Il Fiore di Levante “which means” Flower of the East “. According to a myth Dardanus has laid the foundation for the first city of the island. He named the land next to his son, Zakynthos.

Greece, KefaloniaKefalonia

Kefalonia has a difficult name and it is something to see on all the different spellings as used: Cephalonia, Cephallonia, Kafalonia, Cephallenia so on. However you want to spell, the island is located west of Greece in the Ionian Sea. Kefalonia is a quiet island that offers beautiful views of the nearby islands. Between eight and twelve o’clock in the morning there will be four hawksbills to the town of Argostoli to eat fish remains there who throw overboard fishermen. Many people alone come to witness this extraordinary phenomenon.

Greece, Mykonos
Mykonos

The Cyclades is an island group known for the wholly owned pure beauty. Mykonos is part of this. Because the island is mainly composed of granite, the land is hilly, dry and barren and the inhabitants almost always a shortage of water. Because they give their houses flat roofs, they can collect rainwater as well as possible and so they found other ways to live there. Mykonos is not known to have a special history, there are no signs of ancient civilizations. Although tourists still come in droves to go because of the special and almost surreal landscape.

Greece, Corfu
Corfu

On the northern side of Greece, near Albania, is the Greek island of Corfu is also known as Korfu is called. Because there are relatively much rain falls on this island, there is a lot of greenery. The soil is very fertile, thanks to the climate can grow a lot of olive trees. These trees have a long history. In the Venetian time they received a gold piece for every ten olive trees they planted because of the great need for oil at that time. This resulted in an exponential growth of olive trees that are still to be found everywhere. Olive oil which is of a very high quality is also still widely exported. For example, sells Harrods, the famous British department store, only olive oil that comes from this island.

Greece, Naxos
Naxos

In the Aegean Sea, on the other side of Greece, is the island of Naxos. Along with Mykonos, Paros and Naxos is part of the Cyclades. Thanks to a surface area of 448 km2, Naxos can call themselves the largest island of this archipelago. The island is characterized by a rugged and mountainous landscape with many sheep and goats roam. Thanks to these animals, it is possible for residents to export cheese amply. In the valleys you’ll find mostly grapes, olives and citrus fruits that allow many different wines and liquor. Naxos is also known for its beautiful marbles to find. Today there is still quarried marble. Make sure to Zas is not a mountain range of more than 1,000 meters above sea level which can be admired on the island.

Greece, Elafonisos
Elafonisos

Between Peloponnese and Kythira you can find an island in the Ionian sea that Elafonisos is mentioned. The municipality has the same name and contains more islands. The island belongs administratively to Peloponnese. Elafonisos is the largest island of Greece with over 625 people. The island is made on the basis of tourism, shipbuilding and fishing. The beaches there are very quiet and a good reason to without too many people around you enjoy a sunny holiday.

Greece, Skiathos
Skiathos

East of Pelion and north of Evia is Skiathos, a Greek island in the Sporades islands. Skiathos distinguishes itself by a very dense vegetation of pine forests. This walk along the coast into long beaches with beautiful clear waters and white sand. This color palette is a feast for the eyes. Another good reason to go to Skiathos is the wine. Both the sweet wine Moschato as the dark red wine and Skiathos Alypiako wines are known worldwide and are all delightful.

*****
HOTEL BOOKINGS
Book Now

For the Best ‪#‎Hotels‬ and ‪#‎Resorts‬‬
We help you with your ‪#‎Bookings‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

ASIAN-BESTHOTELS
BANGKOK-BESTHOTELS
EUROPEAN-BESTHOTELS
HOLLAND-BESTHOTELS
VIP-BESTHOTELS

PLANET-ASIAN
GERRIT-TIENKAMP
TRIPADVISOR‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

Web Hosting

Netherlands popular among Chinese and American tourists

Booking Banner number 1

NL TODAY 20-1

In 2015 almost 15 million international tourists visited the Netherlands, 7 percent more than the year before. According to a forecast of the bureau NBTC Holland Marketing. The number of Chinese who donned our country, the most spectacular growth. Also, Americans are finding Netherlands.

Germany was the main supplier with over 4.2 million visitors, up 10 percent from a year earlier. Belgium is in a second place with nearly 2 million tourists. Britain dropped a place and comes with more than 1.9 million in third place. Of the tourists, 80 percent from Europe.

In 2015, 300,000 Chinese came to the country, 21 percent more than the year before. For the first time since 2006, there were again more than 1 million Americans. This was partly due to the improving economy and the cheap euro.

The number of Japanese people fell by 15 percent to around 125,000.

For 2016 the agency expects a growth of around 3 percent in the number of international tourists coming to the Netherlands.

*****
For the Best ‪#‎Hotels‬ and ‪#‎Resorts‬‬
We help you with your ‪#‎Bookings‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

ASIAN-BESTHOTELS
BANGKOK-BESTHOTELS
EUROPEAN-BESTHOTELS
HOLLAND-BESTHOTELS
VIP-BESTHOTELS

PLANET-ASIAN
GERRIT-TIENKAMP
TRIPADVISOR‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

Web Hosting

Some Holiday Tips

Compare hotel prices and find the best deal - www.hotelscombined.com

You need a piece to drive, fly or sail, but then you have something. The following cities are on an island, but are all a visit or detour worth.

Trogir, Kroatië
Trogir, Croatia

Combining a unique location on a small island and a medieval street network, has ensured that Trogir has become a popular tourist attraction. Travelers flock to the city to relax in green surroundings and to learn more about the Hellenistic period the city has given shape. The historic streets invite you to wander around for hours while you can cool off in the shade of palm trees with an ice cream in hand.

Lübeck, Duitsland
Lübeck, Germany

Even though it’s pretty Lubeck lost its position as the medieval capital of the Hanseatic League, in the historic city center are still found enough traces that recall this period. The city was founded in the twelfth century on an idyllic island off the Baltic coast and flourished until the sixteenth century as a major trading center. The enchanting setting with over 1000 historic buildings Lübeck in 1987 resulted in a place on a World Heritage Site.

Tromso, Norway
Tromsø, Norway

 Tromsø also known as the capital of the North Pole is an island town, surrounded by impressive mountains, fjords and islands. Despite the cityscape is filled with history, Tromsø has a very lively and contemporary character. This owes to the city at the many (cultural) activities, the university and the large number of pubs. But also attract a lot of people, for example a cruise to the town because of the Northern Lights.

 

Lindau, Germany
Lindau, Germany

The paradisaical Lindau is often hyped as ‘Garden of Eden’ or ‘Bavarian Riviera”. Already floating on Lake Constance, near the Austrian border, it is only through one long bridge to the mainland. The view is a perfect picture for a card, though its attractions such as the port and the iconic image of the Bavarian lion also worth for a visit. In addition, on clear days you can also enjoy spectacular views of the Alps

*****
For the Best ‪#‎Hotels‬ and ‪#‎Resorts‬‬
We help you with your ‪#‎Bookings‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

CLICK HERE FOR YOUR BOOKING

ASIAN-BESTHOTELS
BANGKOK-BESTHOTELS
EUROPEAN-BESTHOTELS
HOLLAND-BESTHOTELS
VIP-BESTHOTELS
PLANET-ASIAN
GERRIT-TIENKAMP
TRIPADVISOR‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER

Web Hosting

Tour through medieval Dublin

Compare hotel prices and find the best deal - www.hotelscombined.com

Dublin is a city steeped in history. Not surprising when you consider that the city was founded more than a thousand years ago, at the time when Dyflin was built.
If you still want a little taste of the atmosphere of the time when – for example – a city, be sure to visit the following addresses.

dublin+Malahide+Castle
Dublin, Malahide Castle
Malahide Castle
Founded in the year 1175, and inhabited for more than 800 years by members of the Talbot family. Good place for more information about Dublin in the Middle Ages.

dublin+lusk
Lusk Heritage Centre
Founded in the year 800, one of Dublin’s most impressive old buildings.

dublin+Dublin-Castle
Dublin Castle
Original Dublin Castle was a defensive fort in the early years of the thirteenth century. After a fire in the 17th century it was transformed into a palace and later a government building.

Dublin - dalkey+castle
Dalkey Castle
The place Dalkey was a Viking settlement and was an important port during in Middle Ages. The castle was used mainly for storage.

dublin+St.+Michan_s+Church+Tower
St. Michan’s Church Tower
Founded in 1095 and until the Reformation, a Catholic church.

Dublin+St_Audoen_Church_of_Ireland
St. Audoen‘s Church
Founded in 1190 and named after the saint Audoen (Ouen). Before the entrance is a Celtic tombstone. Superstitious dealers and sellers rubbed on the stone for good luck, hence the nickname Lucky Stone.

dublin+St._Patrick_s_Cathedral+Dublin
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
The largest church in Ireland is the St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Exceptional is that zeter of the archbishop is not in this cathedral, but in the Christ Church Cathedral.

dublina
Dublina in St. Michael’s Tower
The Dublina Museum is located in the St. Michael‘s Tower, which was founded in 1076. The museum gives much insight into the Viking and medieval period in Berlin. Highly recommended!

Dublin+Christ_Church_Cathedral
Christ Church Cathedral
Founded in 1030 is Christ Church Cathedral the spiritual center of the city and also one of the oldest buildings.

Dublin+Infographic_Dublin+Pass
Look here for more information

*****
For the Best ‪#‎Hotels‬ and ‪#‎Resorts‬‬
We help you with your ‪#‎Bookings‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬
BOOK NOW SIMPLE CLICK ON THIS LINK ON OR THE BANNER
ASIAN-BESTHOTELS
EUROPEAN-BESTHOTELS
VIP-BESTHOTELS
HOLLAND-BESTHOTELS
PLANET-ASIAN
GERRIT-TIENKAMP
TRIPADVISOR‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

 

Empty beach Antalya, Turkey

Compare hotel prices and find the best deal - www.hotelscombined.com

Antalya, Turkey

Holiday destination Turkey goes upcoming summer season on sale, as the Russian tourists now proclaimed by the massive boycott stay away. That expect the ANVR travel agencies.

After the incident above the Turkish-Syrian border are dozens of Russian flights canceled. It is winter season, but in the summer would be a huge setback to represent Turkey.

Russia supplies the Turkish resorts, and especially around Antalya on the south coast, nearly five million tourists each year.

We give you all the help to find another destination.

Boycott Turkey Banner

*****
For the Best ‪#‎Hotels‬ and ‪#‎Resorts‬‬
We help you with your ‪#‎Bookings‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬
BOOK NOW SIMPLE CLICK ON THIS LINK ON OR THE BANNER
ASIAN-BESTHOTELS
EUROPEAN-BESTHOTELS
VIP-BESTHOTELS
HOLLAND-BESTHOTELS
PLANET-ASIAN
GERRIT-TIENKAMP
TRIPADVISOR‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬

The most beautiful Cities of Portugal

Compare hotel prices and find the best deal - www.hotelscombined.com

Lissabon
Lisbon

Sun, sea, beach, great food, a Mediterranean climate, unique architecture and beautiful cities. All this and more has Portugal to offer. From the fairytale Sintra to the impressive Coimbra. We have the top 10 most beautiful towns in Portugal for you to put in a row!

lissabon tram
Lisbon

Lisbon is of course indispensable in this list. The capital has about 3 million inhabitants and is the largest city in Portugal. Lisbon is the perfect destination for a city break.

Coimbra
Coimbra

Besides Lisbon and Porto is Coimbra one of the main cities of Portugal. The University of Coimbra is one of the oldest universities in Europe.

Braga
Braga

Braga is the oldest town in Portugal. Sé de Braga is one of the most important buildings of the city. The cathedral dates from the 12th century. The special architecture of the cathedral has influenced many monasteries and churches.

Faro
Faro

In the south of Portugal in the Algarve is the city of Faro. The center of town is partly surrounded by medieval walls. In the wall are three city gates. The most beautiful of these is the Arco da Vila.

Porto
Porto

Porto is located in the northwest of Portugal, on the Costa Verde. Porto is the second largest city in Portugal. The city is of course best known for Port Wine is therefore everywhere in Porto available. High above the city lights, the bell tower of the Igreja dos Clérigos out.

Cascais
CasCais

Cascais is a popular resort. Who crazy is on sunbathing and swimming is in Cascais in place. The Fortress is one of the main attractions of the region.

Lagos
Lagos

On the south coast of Portugal, about 80 kilometers west of Faro is Lagos. The city is surrounded by several sandy beaches around it with red and golden rocks. From Ponta de Piedade you have a view on these beautiful beaches.

Funchal
Funchal

Located in the sunny south of the island of Madeira is the largest city and the capital Funchal. The market of Funchal, the Mercado dos Lavradores is a major attraction of the city.

Sintra 19
Sintra

Near Lisbon is located fairytale Sintra. The coolness of the hills and beautiful location made Sintra until he summer residence of the Portuguese kings. The special palaces are also the best attractions of the beautiful town.

Albufeira
Albufeira

In the south of Portugal is the tourist capital of the Algarve, Albufeira.
The tourist district Oura is best known for a variety of restaurants, cafes and bars.

*****
For the Best ‪#‎Hotels‬ and ‪#‎Resorts‬‬
We help you with your ‪#‎Bookings‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬
BOOK NOW SIMPLE CLICK ON THIS LINK ON OR THE BANNER
http://gerrit-tienkamp.blogspot.com/
http://planet-asian.blogspot.com/
https://asiabesthotels.wordpress.com/
https://europeanbesthotels.wordpress.com/
http://www.tripadvisor.com/members/Gerrit_Tienkamp‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬‬