Sperlonga is a miniature resort in the province of Latina. It got its name thanks to a string of caves formed by nature on a rocky shore. A little more than 3,000 residents constantly live in the town, in the summer months the number of people increases several times due to the influx of tourists. They come to sunbathe on the luxurious golden beaches, swim in the warm Tyrrhenian Sea and enjoy the enchanting scenery. Beauty in the city is not inferior to natural beauty. Sperlonga architecture is so similar to the Mediterranean. White buildings shine against a piercing blue sky, narrow streets invite for long walks along old houses with thick shutters. Clay pots with vibrant colors complete the picture.
The resort has many hotels for every budget and interesting places for leisure. Continue reading
Troodos is a mountain resort region in Cyprus and the only place in the country where it snows. From October to March, majestic peaks, including the highest peak Olympos (1952 m), are covered with a white veil.
The Troodos Mountains formed over 70 million years ago. On its slopes there are picturesque villages adjacent to the ruins of temples and ancient monasteries that arose in the Byzantine era.
In winter, the resort is occupied by skiers, in the summer the cool valleys save from the scorching heat. Local forests are declared a reserve where centuries-old oaks, pines, junipers, cypresses, strawberries and Continue reading
Eilat is the southern city of Israel, washed by the waters of the Gulf of Aqaba of the Red Sea. The resort is suitable for year-round recreation, as the temperature never drops below +20 ° C even in winter. The hottest month is July. The thermometer shows almost +40 ° C. Water in the winter months warms up to + 21-22 ° C, and in the summer to 24-25 ° C. Compared to other cities, the local climate is drier, the humidity is only 15-20%, so the heat is relatively easily tolerated.
Gulf of Aqaba
Active water entertainments are popular in Eilat, snorkeling is one of them. Colonies of corals grow almost on the shore, tightly adjacent to each other, so anyone can admire works of art from nature, Continue reading