Sailing south-east from the glamour of the Côte d’Azur – the glittering trio of Nice, Cannes and St Tropez – the Star Clipper leaves one of France’s richest departments for a rugged, rural island. The four-masted Star Clipper, a nautical tribute to the golden age of sail, slices through the Mediterranean as we approach Corsica.
We’re looking at 10 more must-see historical sites that aren’t as spoken about. So to give them some well-deserved recognition, and take you on a little journey of some amazing places with incredibly rich histories. . . we have 10 must-see historical sites that are less well-known.
Food and travel is a match made in heaven. And trying out local cuisine is a crucial aspect of any travel experience. Thankfully, there are countless destinations around the world that will tantalise your taste buds.
Travel + Leisure has announced its 18th annual It List recognizing the 100 best new and renovated hotels across the globe. In-depth coverage of this year’s It List is available now online and in the May issue of Travel + Leisure, on newsstands April 21.
Also known as the Côte d’Azur this beautiful stretch of coastline has been a symbol of glamour and luxury since the early 20th century and every year plays host to the Cannes Film Festival and the Monaco Grand Prix.
Private jets, the ultimate in highfalutin travel, are the preferred mode of transportation for the creme de la creme. These luxurious flying machines offer an unparalleled level of comfort, privacy, and speed that regular airlines can’t even begin to compare with.
As a luxury villa company, The Thinking Traveller knows a thing or two about the perfect honeymoon destinations. With properties in some of the Med’s most sought-after locations, they have seen countless newlyweds start their lives together in style.
There are many interesting places in the world that are off-limits to tourists and travellers. These places may be restricted for a variety of reasons, including political tensions, cultural considerations or environmental concerns.
Have you ever wondered how a place like Paris or Rome got its name? Well, some of the most famous cities across the globe have pretty interesting stories behind them.
Beginning in Nantes, the chic capital of the Loire-Atlantic region, CroisiEurope’s Loire Princess is the only river cruiser on France’s longest river.
The Mediterranean is a prime family destination, and travel by water offers them a novel experience while taking the frustration out of transiting between the city and the surf.
Discover why you should choose the Western Mediterranean for your next summer holiday – and why a luxury yacht charter is the best way to fit it all in.
Zermatt is the highest resort in Europe and its highest lift station tops out at just under 4,000 metres….
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Tourism numbers in France peaked at 90 million international visitors in 2019, just before the pandemic struck, and the…