Blue is the color, from the Mediterranean shores to the Adriatic sea or the Aegean islands and the cupola roof tops of Oia to the blue water lagoons of Malta.

If you are searching for sunshine, sand, scenery, culture and delicious and healthy food, this is the destination.

Step into a world that is equal parts past and present, with antique ruins, venetian ports, medieval cities, walled cities, but also Bohemian charm and iconic windmills, and dramatic postcard-perfect white cliffs towns.  Go from the Aegean sea to the glittering Adriatic coast and its charming cobblestone towns.

This is the cradle of Western civilization. Yet for those looking to venture beyond the Adriatic and Aegean, Macedonia’s rugged interior contains rewards aplenty. Excellent hiking can be had in the mountain forests, Lake Ohrid’s waters rival the clarity of Croatia’s and 500 years of Ottoman rule can be acutely felt in the capital’s bazaars.  Both Montenegro and Croatia offers time-weathered monasteries, pristine natural landscapes and rustic towns oozing old-Europe charm

For foodies, try the healthy Mediterranean diet:  feta, olives, yogurt, honey and red wine. 




Island-Hop in the Cyclades: picture-perfect views, wind mills, whitewashed houses spilling down cliffs, blue waters, sunsets on the caldera….it is simply magic! Eat with a view:  have dinner in a roof top restaurant in Athens with the Acropolis looming high above Athens. 

Try the Mediterranean diet:  horitaki, grilled cheese, grape leaves, beans in tomato sauce, fresh breads, stuffed vegetables and savory pastries with a glass of local wine.


Walk Dubrovnik’s Walls: Explore and stroll thought the narrow streets of medieval Dubrovnik’s Old Town for fantastic views over the terracotta rooftops and down onto the deep blue Adriatic. 

Take a cruise on a traditional Gulet sailing boat:  there’s no better way to explore Croatia’s myriad islands than by gullet.  Sail through the most visited islands of Brač and Hvar on the way to Vis Town sheltered in a bay, where you can stop for a dinner of fresh fish and locally produced organic wine.   


Enjoy the beach:  beach resorts with historic towns line the 175 miles of stunning coastline .  The walled coastal city of Budva, Montenegro’s main tourist resort is especially imposing.

Visit Venetian heritage site:  discover the  fortress and labyrinth of  Kotor’s narrow streets and old quarters.  See Venetian origin with distinctive doors, hinges, windows and balconies whereas other small but noticeable features have an ancient Roman flavor.   

Malta & Gozo

These two islands lie in the Mediterranean Sea just south of Sicily. The island has over 6,500 years of history and have been influenced by  Phoenicians, Romans and Byzantines.  

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