Best places to visit in the Mediterranean:
- Malta, Gozo, Comino
- Kos, Greece
- Bol, Croatia
- Oludeniz, Turkey
- Costa Smeralda, Italy
- Palma de Mallorca, Spain
- Paphos, Cyprus
St Julians & Comino , Malta
Malta is a European summer must visit. Here You’ll find prehistoric temples, hidden coves, a history of remarkable intensity and so much more.
Situated between Malta and Gozo, the smaller island of Comino is a paradise for snorkelers, divers, windsurfers and ramblers. The island’s main attraction is the Blue Lagoon.
Another Maltese favourite is, St. Julian’s. Located on the Maltese coast, north of Valletta and it is mostly famous for its thriving nightlife and touristic activity. This town is a hub for new and luxurious hotels, many different kinds of restaurants and trendy nightclubs, mostly centred in an area known as Paceville.
Average temperatures from June-August: 24-30°C
Sorrento, Amalfi Coast, Italy
There is said to be something extra special about the Amalfi Coast, this trendy italian hotspot is renowned for it’s great food and aesthetically awesome streets. The small peninsula stretching out from near Naples is covered in thick forest between its dramatic cliffs and small beaches. Couples usually typically stay in small villages like Positano, whereas larger groups often choose larger towns like the busy and bustling Sorrento.
Average temperatures from June-August: 22-30°C
Barcelona is packed with things to see and is a must-visit destination in Europe. Known for it’s roots in Formula One as the Pre-testing is hosted in Catulyna annually, it is certainly rich in culture and excitement. Explore the architecture, shops along the famous La Rambla highstreet, and of course delicious Spanish Cuisine such as Tapas and Paella. The city has something for everyone whether you want to relax on the beach of paint the town red with a plethora of amazing nightlife and bars throughout the city.
Average temperatures from June-August: 20-24°C
Visiting Dubrovnik may well be the highlight of your Croatian holiday. The “pearl of the Adriatic” (according to Lord Byron) is a place of jaw-dropping beauty, making it by far Croatia’s top sight. With massive walls punctuated with turrets, towers and gates enclosing streets, churches and palaces packed with art treasures, you’ll never run out of things to see and do in Dubrovnik.
Average temperatures from June-August: 22-25°C