Want to get away from the daily routine? Want to have your world so shaken, your soul so inspired that you return feeling like a different person?
Where about ?
I am sure you have asked yourself the question and failing to have a clear vision, you’ve probably settled on a boring destination that has been suggested to you as part of a previous travel experience.
As a brief break from the norm, different places would bring different experience, from solitude and relaxation to cultural fascination, an escape from reality nonetheless.
Through our website, you will find holiday escapes of all shapes and sizes from romantic weekends to gastronomic adventures to big city gateways. Many places in the world that can provide a combination of joy, culture, history, adventure, great gastronomy, and magnificent sceneries.
Spain could be Europe’s most exotic country.
From soulful flamenco and delicious food to avant-garde architecture and cities, Spain is a beguiling mix of stirring and often curious traditions, live-for-the-moment hedonism and a willingness to embrace the future with a relentlessly adventurous spirit. In Andalusia, one of the most culturally fertile region in Spain, with multiple offerings to satisfy the ears, soul and stomach.
Morocco – For most people, a trip to this region is one of two things: seeing the splendours of the imperial Moroccan cities, or crossing the greatest desert of them all – the Sahara.
Without doubt, these are the two principal attractions of the area, but there is also much much more for the traveller, especially if your interest extends to Roman history and Islamic architecture.
Morocco is, of course, the star attraction, far overshadowing its Arab neighbours to the east. It’s a fascinating mix of African, Islamic, Arab, Berber and even European influences and this, combined with its accessibility from Europe, makes it a popular and memorable place to visit. As well as the four imperial cities – Fez, Meknes, Marrakesh and Rabat – there are the natural attractions of the Atlantic beaches and the remote villages of the High Atlas and Rif mountains.
The contrasts are great – poverty and opulence, hospitality and aggression. Love it or hate it, you are unlikely to quickly forget a trip to Morocco