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The very best way to see all of Greece’s largest island

As the largest island in Greece and one of the largest in the Mediterranean, Crete might just be the best place in all of the country to experience by road, one town at a time.

With an itinerary that takes travellers to five destinations across Crete, Tempo Holidays’ Charming Crete Self-drive is a fantastic option for wayfarers eager to appreciate what the island has to offer, over the course of a week.

Here’s a break-down of five of the sites travellers will see – and never forget – on the Charming Crete Self-drive tour.

Source: The very best way to see all of Greece’s largest island – Travel Weekly

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 Santorini Needs to Top Your Summer Travel List

This island is a must-see when planning a trip to Greece.

From solo travelers to newlyweds, Santorini is a destination that people flock to repeatedly, and once you go, you’ll understand why. Travel influencer Mally (@brokeassgirltravel) recently visited the Greek island, and her fun colorful photos have us ready to get into the Santorini blues.

The Ultimate Vacation Guide to Bermuda

Bermuda has laid-back luxury, deep culture, and lots to do in a little package.

Bermuda is famous for pink sand beaches like the one at Horseshoe Bay, which also happens to be the most family-friendly beach on the island, with calm waters and lifeguards on duty all summer.

Source: The Ultimate Vacation Guide to Bermuda

Three Days In Malta: Explore One Of Europe’s Most Beautiful Islands

Booking a holiday? Malta is often a destination that is over-looked or forgotten about but let me tell you, it’s a little slice of paradise. Last week, my boyfriend and I travelled over for a short weekend break and I haven’t stopped raving about it since. Malta is a tiny little island just off the … Continued

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Beyond Fiji: The 10 best islands in the Pacific

There’s no safer, nor cleaner – nor more geographically blessed – region on the planet.

I never knew people locked their doors … we didn’t even have a key.

I grew up in the South Pacific, where crime barely existed. Still today, it’s only ever of the petty variety (terrorism and murder belong in other far-flung places …).

There’s no litter, either, no plastic ruining beaches like we see through Asia. Cleanliness in the Pacific is next to godliness (and the missionaries made darn sure that mattered) and a scrap of plastic in someone’s yard is enough to incite neighbourhood gossip. There’s no safer, nor cleaner – nor more geographically blessed – region on the planet. While we wish it didn’t take us a day to get to Europe, or North America; we can rejoice that we have the South Pacific islands at our back door.

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Sun-soaked beaches and crystal-clear ocean water – an expert guide to Freeport and Lucaya

The question is more “why wouldn’t you go?” with paradisiacal beaches, technicoloured flora and fauna and astonishing snorkelling opportunities. Grand Bahama has been catering for cruise passengers and weekend holiday makers for decades (the island is just 80km off the coast of the US) so also has drinking, dining and drollery down to an art form. While Freeport is closest to the harbour, there are limited sites on offer in the town so passengers usually head straight to Port Lucaya, the tourist hub of the island.

Source: Sun-soaked beaches and crystal-clear ocean water – an expert guide to Freeport and Lucaya