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Quality flights and world attractions, top destinations selection and luxury tours? Encounter a side of unseen Italy in the undisturbed region of Abruzzo. Medieval castles remain strong, overlooking a valley of lush vines. The Apennine Mountains form extraordinary backdrops to historic hillside towns. Fishermen continue using ancient fishing techniques along the coastline. Shepherds traverse the undulating landscape, faithfully following their flock. Farms produce an abundance of flavorful cheeses, and vineyards make inspiring wines. Your custom tailored Italy tour immerses you in historical culture set in a divine landscape where the mountains meet the eastern shore.

Lake Atitlan was described by Aldous Huxley as the most beautiful lake in the world. Situated in the Guatemalan highlands, the lake is a stunning exhibition of natural splendor. The portal to Lake Atitlan, the city of Pananajachel, is also a portal to an indigenous world of the Mayans and other ancient peoples. It is a beautiful area, with many tourist attractions, opportunities for exploration, scuba diving and learning Spanish.

Mont Rochelle is a stunning 26-bedroom hotel and vineyard just under an hour’s drive from Cape Town in the town of Franschhoek in South Africa. Franschhoek is a traditional vineyard town in the Western Cape Province famously known as the French Corner of the Cape and is considered to be the food and wine capital of South Africa. Located at the foot of the gorgeous Klein Dassenberg Mountain Range, Mont Rochelle was purchased by Sir Richard Branson in 2014 and is now part of the exclusive Virgin Limited Edition collection which also includes Necker Island in the British Virgin Islands. The hotel offers its (often famous) guests the ultimate in privacy and relaxation, in addition to a superb culinary experience accompanied by some outstanding wines (the hotel’s vineyard processes close to 150 tons of grapes in a season). Mont Rochelle also has two dedicated spa treatment rooms as well as a Hammam. See extra info at Cheap flights.

Cap Rocat, Mallorca, Spain: Less than 30 minutes south of Mallorca’s capital, Palma, Cap Rocat is a former military base turned cliffside hotel with exceptional views over the Bay of Palma. Arriving here involves passing a drawbridge, ramparts, and turrets before the cozy, limestone-hued luxuries of the modern hotel unfurl. Guest rooms occupy the former cannon emplacements, so interiors are all heavy stone matched with sheer fabrics and soft design accents that do nothing to distract from the views out to the sparkling Mediterranean Sea. Don’t miss a morning dip here (there are swim ladders planted on the former pier) or in the saltwater Fortress swimming pool that’s surrounded with comfy white loungers. Beyond the water, activities range from clay tennis courts and outdoor yoga to long lunches at the alfresco Sea Club restaurant and treatments at the magical spa, built deep underneath the fortress.

Speaking of pure satisfaction, Emirates Palace is one of the best. It’s located in Abu Dhabi, Middle East. You can feel total gratification and warm service with splendid décor that will surely overwhelm you. Building this hotel costs about $3 billion. It has 400 impressive suites and rooms to check in. Each room is absolutely stunning with comfiest beds and chair. You can spend all your day and get pampered on their own spa. You can also prefer to tan up your skin with the breathtaking white-sand beach nearby. Staying in the Emirates Palace is a total experience that you will never forget.

The 40-room, luxury Lodge at Sea Island is on the site of a former cotton plantation, accessed via an avenue of historic antebellum oaks dripping with Spanish moss. Outside, the lodge resembles an English manor; inside, it feels like a 1920s-style golf clubhouse or hunting lodge, with personal butlers who deliver milk and cookies to guest rooms at bedtime. Golfers will be in heaven, but there are plenty of non-golf-centric activities, too. Rooms are huge and packed with amenities — some havebalconies with beautiful views of the St. Simons Sound. Listen for the nightly bagpiper who performs at sunset. Guests should note that some features — such as the beach, spa, and swimming pool — are located at the sister property, The Cloister, which is too far to walk to; however, there’s a free regular shuttle there and back. Discover extra details on this website.

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