Looking for the perfect places to rest your soul in the Mediterranean this autumn? Well, look no farther. We have laid down a list of some of our favorite destinations that we are sure you will absolutely love.Just make sure to carry your camera with you as to capture the special moments you are certainly going to encounter on the go.
Straddling the Mediterranean is the vast country that is Italy. This nation is predominantly Mediterranean and has a wide array of destinations as well as a wealth of culture to discover. During winter make sure to visit the following places in Italy:
Dubbed the city built on water, Venice is not your typical city. Located on the Venetian lagoon, this great city is made up of 118 miniature islands separated by canals. Make sure to visit Venice and enjoy a ride on a barge through the canals.
This wonderful region of Italy has some of the most scenic landscapes, amazing architecture and unforgettable culture. Visit the cities of Florence, Pisa, Ravenna, and Siena to discover their hidden treasures such as cathedrals, breathtaking architecture and unforgettable memories.
One of the most famous tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, Greece is undoubtedly a paradise on earth. Apart from the refreshing weather during autumn, Greece has some of the worlds most beautiful islands you must visit:
So full of attractions and historical, Crete can be likened to a treasure chest waiting to be uncovered. From picturesque mountains, sandy beaches, and Mediterranean flora and fauna, Crete has everything you can simply imagine. Visit Crete if you are looking for an explosive mix of adventure, luxury, and cultural experience. Places to visit: Chania
Zakynthos island while not as popular as its aforementioned counterpart, has some of the most iconic scenery you can hope to see anywhere. From the stunning Shipwreck beach to turtle nesting spots, Zakynthos has it all. You can also enjoy various watersports activities too while at it.
This greek island with its lush vegetation is one of the most visited in the archipelago. We would recommend that you visit the northern part of the island which offers an unparalleled vista of the sea, glamorous rock formations, and pristine beaches.
Spain is a beautiful country that has a lot to offer. If you are looking to spend time in Spain during the autumn, you won’t regret spending time in Andulasia.
Taking pride in being the sunniest and warmest region in the whole of Europe, Andulasia has a special place in our adventurous hearts. From olive orchards, awesome landscapes, Sierra Nevada mountain ranges, the famous Costa del Sol to elaborate Moorish palaces and mosques, Andulasia is unlike none other. Other places to place in your itinerary include the steep El Tajo gorge, Nerja caves which houses the world largest stalagmite as well as the architecturally rich cities of Granada, Malaga, Cordoba, and Gibraltar.
Beautiful, warm, spicy and enveloping. Morrocco is one of the prime Mediterranean destinations you need to visit this summer. Nestled in North Africa in the Islamic Maghreb, Morocco is a hotbed of culture complete with Arabian, European, and African influences. You don’t have to worry about travel logistics since Morrocan cities such as Marrakech, Casablanca, Fes, Meknes, and Rabat are well connected to Europe via cheap flights.
Tourist destinations are also not in short supply. From the rolling Atlas mountain ranges, the Sahara desert, pristine beaches at Essaouira and the beautiful blue city of Chefchaouen. Do not miss the warmth and hospitality of the local Berber people as well as their succulent Cuisine.
Located at the centre of the Meditteranean sea and nestled between North Africa and Sicily is the amazing Island archipelago of Malta. This gem of offers a truly unspoiled feel of Mediterranean climate for you during the autumn. Littered with various historical sites, Malta is best known for its monuments that display its long history of conquest by Roman, Moors, French, and Britain. One particular island, however, stands out.
Sitting Northwest of the Malta mainland is the island of Gozo. Littered with sleepy villages it houses some of the most amazing historic structures in the whole of Malta such as 17th-century fortifications and ancient temples. Apart from this, visitors can also visit the various sand beaches to swim and sunbathe or visit the pristine salt pans. Gozo also offers a wide selection of wine and food that you can sample in its numerous quirky restaurants.