High on the ridge-line about the steep cliffs multiple trails run the length of the peninsula. Prepare for steps, steps and more steps as well as jaw-dropping coastal views.
A huge volcanic eruption shaped the island of Santorini (Greece), and while it was probably quite distressing for the locals at the time, it makes for some amazing landscapes for visitors today.
It’s easy to see why Loriga‘s river beach was voted as one of the best beaches in Portugal. The appeal of a largely natural turquoise infinity rock pool nestled in the Serra da Estrela mountains is clear. The water comes from the mountains so it’s icy, even in summer, but tolerable for short periods and the setting is glorious.
A small valley in Central Greece gave birth to this marvellous natural wonder. Piles of rocks shoot like nothing from the ground. Some monks have chosen this place to be their home, therefore you see their monasteries up in the sky.
One of the most amazing wonders of Iceland is Jökulsárlón – glaciar lagoon – located on the south of the island, near the edge of Vatnajökull National Park. With each season it has a lasting changing beauty with the mountains in the background, sea life swimming below and refreshing wind in the air.