Top Locations For Your Summer Vacation.


Also called “The island of a thousand temples” because of the dozens of temples. Bali is a tropical island that extends into the heart of the Indonesian archipelago. This archipelago is the largest on earth and includes about 17 500 islands.

The capital of Bali is Denpasar, which is located on the southern coast of the island. Along with the port Singaradzha located in the western part, are considered major cities. If you are searching “Cultural Center” you have to go to Ubud. There are many museums, galleries, shops of art and other cultural monuments.

The most popular tourist areas are the towns of Kuta, Sanur, Dzhibaran, Seminyak and Nusa Dua. In these cities are located and most hotels, shopping centers, restaurants and everything you need for spending a holiday.


Mallorca is part of the Balearic Islands located in the Mediterranean sea. It is the largest Spanish island. To his capital was proclaimed Palma or as we all known Palma de Mallorca. Over 12 million tourists annually spend their holiday in Mallorca. They are attracted by the beauty and diversity of nature, which offers them Mallorca. The climate is Mediterranean with moderate temperatures throughout the year, making the island even more attractive to visitors.

Near Palma is Bellver Castle, which was intended for a military prison.

Island has nine provinces and would be difficult to visit each, but there are places that you should not miss, for example, on the east coast is the “Cave of the Dragon,” one of the most impressive attractions here. It stretches the biggest underwater lake in the world.

The most impressive bay “Torrent de Paris” is located on the west coast. Anyone who visits this place will love it for life.

Festivals in Mallorca are traditions. Here is held the oldest festival in Europe – “Jaume”, which is celebrating the liberation of the island from the Moorish domination. “Nit de Foc” is a festival of fire, which was lit bonfires and fireworks.

Palma de Mallorca combines Spanish temperament, sightseeing and recreation and relaxation. Not accidentally it is called “island of peace”. Fans of nightlife will not be disappointed. In Palma, there are more than 100 bars, restaurants, and clubs.


Aruba is an island in the Caribbean Sea, close to Venezuela. It is part of the Lesser Antilles and belongs to the Netherlands. 33-kilometer-long island with its magnificent southern parts is an extremely attractive tourist destination. They speak four languages ​​- Dutch, Papiamento, Spanish, and English. To the south lies the capital Oranjestad that typical colony is entirely in European style. It is also the port that became a stop for cruise ships visiting the island. Here tourists can visit the beautiful beaches of the town, to eat delicious food or to devote to shopping in malls.

The second largest city is San Nicolas, where every Thursday held Caribbean Festival. In San Nicholas is the famous bar “Charlies Bar”, which became known around with the numerous souvenirs and various artifacts hanging on the walls.

Some of the most popular beaches here are Palm Beach, Baby Beach, Malmok beach, beach Arash, Eagle Beach, Manchebo Plazhar, and others.

It is imperative to visit the Natural Pool or “conchi”, which is a hidden pool surrounded by rocks, called the Cura di Tortuga.

Another interesting place not to miss in Aruba is a butterfly farm. You can see hatching a variety of butterflies from their pupae.

One of the biggest attractions of Aruba was 100-meter bridge formed from coral rock but unfortunately collapsed. Now there are remains of it and neoplasms is a similar mini bridge.

Other attractions are the Chapel Alto Vista, also called “The Church of pilgrims,” Ruins of Bushiribana – former factories smelting gold Lighthouse “California” Fort “Zutman” and the Tower of King Willem III, Grot Di Lourdes, Old Mill, etc.


Maldives is the smallest Asian country in territory and population, and are located to the southwest of India in the middle of the Indian Ocean. They join 26 atolls that include 1292 coral islands.

There are two seasons – dry and wet. The dry from December to March. This period is devoid of rain and clouds. In other months is likely rains that quickly passed. The temperatures do not fall below 28-30 ° C, making the Maldives attractive throughout the year

The capital of this exotic state is Atoll (Sultan island). It has an area of ​​almost 2 square kilometers and there are about 70 thousand people. It stretches in the center of the archipelago in eastern Kaafu Atoll. Here are the main attractions of Maldives. These include the former Presidential Palace mosque “Good Friday” and the tomb of Abu al Barakat, of Moroccan origin, who introduced Islam to the island. Here are the Islamic Centre and the National Museum where you can explore the cultural heritage of the state.

Emotions will take their peak yet in landing you at Male. Unique will be feeling that you land directly into the ocean, and then by speedboat, boat or even seaplane will take you to your chosen hotel. Hotels I said, no, these are the islands. Here, each hotel is on a separate island. Even your wildest present will be nothing compared to what you will experience.

The hotels here have nothing to do with those in European resorts. Here they are the kind of bungalows over the water or villa. Both are extremely luxurious and tailored style and exotic island. The floors of the bungalows are glass and it allows you to watch what happens in the ocean at any time. When you decide to exit the bungalow will do so with. Pomegranate. “Butler” who will provide a boat.

One of the most famous spa resort PER AQUUM Huvafen Fushi is here. He was nominated for one of the most expensive and luxurious destinations in the world. Here is a paradise equipped with everything needed for a memorable experience.

locals call  “Piece of paradise ” one of the newest resorts Jumeirah Vittaveli. He also no way luxury and amenities offered to guests of PER AQUUM Huvafen Fushi.

So these unique on its own coral islands scattered like jewels in the heart of the Indian Ocean lure its sophistication and luxury worldwide.

Maldives are extremely popular underwater sports, even for beginners. Coral reefs and great underwater life beckon you to take a dive suit and venturing in search of adventure. Diving is one of the main entertainment, which you can practice here. And if you are looking for something different, you can choose sea safari with one of the many boats in the archipelago. You will be able to make unique pictures from the air, taking advantage of the 25-minute flight by air taxi (seaplane). Fishing enthusiasts will also have the opportunity to shine at sunrise or at night.

On this heavenly place even sharks are tuned in good faith. Yes, no cases of people attacked by a shark in the Maldives


Seychelles is the smallest African country located on an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean. The islands are divided into two main groups – granite and coral. They have no indigenous. Here are living 86 thousand people.

The biggest port and the island’s capital Victoria is located on the island of Mahe. There are special sights in the center, several old houses, courthouse, and post office. The remaining buildings and streets around are updated and appear quite normal for our present.

It houses the Museum of Natural Sciences. It can be examined skeletons of many animals – crocodiles, crabs, fish, and many stuffed ones.

Seychelles are home to some of the rarest species of flora and fauna. Therefore, in no case should not miss visiting the botanical garden, which will impress you with many different types of exotic flowers and plants. There is also a cafe where you can relax and enjoy the stunning views.

Other major cities are Takamaka, Point la Rue, Au Cap.

Praslin is the second largest city among the islands. It also has a botanical garden, which is no less beautiful than in the capital. This island also boasts uniquely beautiful beaches with crystal clear water and white sand, among which the most notable is Grand Anse.

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