Sifnos is a small island, with a landscape abundant in olive terraces and with a deep blue sea.
Apart from its fine beaches, it's more famous for the Venus of Milo statue, found here on the 8th of April 1820.
The largest of the Greek Islands, a quite distinct place full of vitality, warmth, hospitality and culture.
Mass tourism hasn't hit Anafi yet, so it's perfect if you're looking for a laid-back holiday.
In the heart of Algarve region, Albufeira attracts thousands of visitors with its nice beaches, lovely cobbled streets and lively nightlife.
Dating back to around 2.000 BC, Tavira is a charming and architecturally attractive town in the Algarve region, with never ending beaches.
Although in the Algarve region, Sagres is not a developed holiday town, it's more quiet and remote, with a beautiful beach.
A relaxed atmosphere and great beaches is what you'll find in Ko Samet, just 200 km from Bangkok.
Trogir, on the Croatian coast, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List as it is one of the best preserved medieval towns in Europe.
Spend the days on the beautiful beaches, and at night choose between the many restaurants to enjoy the famous Pag cheese and the island's specialty, Pag lamb.
Part of Japan, but 2000 km away from Tokyo. It's the second largest island of the Yaeyama archipelago.
The Yaeyama Islands are the remotest and most southwestern part of Japan, and are closer to Taiwan than to Japan.