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A seemingly endless stretch of colorful towns, scenic beaches, and diverse cultures, the Mediterranean Region is a paradise for any traveler.
This region consists of multiple countries that sit along the Mediterranean Sea, including France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Spain, Cyprus, and Turkey. Each country offers its own unique culture and landscape, so you can have several holidays in one.
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Arguably the biggest draw for visitors to the Mediterranean Region is the breathtakingly beautiful beaches.
The sea is famously crystal clear, so you will see an array of stunning blue tones along the entire coast. This sea is also relatively warm during the summer, so you can soak away in the water for hours on end without getting out.
The beaches may be beautiful, but they match up to the picturesque towns that border them.
You will find a vast array of little cities and towns along the Mediterranean, with many of them perched along hills and mountains. From the cobbled streets and colorful buildings of Italy to the blue and white structures in Greece, it is a treasure trove of architecture and culture.
No vacation is complete without enjoying the local cuisine on offer, and the Mediterranean countries have an abundance available.
You can savor pasta and pizza in Italy, fresh seafood in Greece, tapas in Spain, and more. If you are visiting more than one country, it will truly be a food adventure that any gourmand would envy.
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Greece has a reputation that precedes it, with sparkling blue waters and old white buildings that cascade over hills and cliffs. The warm locals and exceptional food are notable highlights, too.
The most popular towns to visit are Mykonos, Santorini, and Paros, but you can also go for hidden gems like Molyvos and Symi.
Italy is a heavenly destination for beaches, architecture, and food. There are a great number of coastal towns to visit, all with colorful buildings and steep hills.
Our favorite spots in Italy are Portofino, Cinque Terre, Sicily, and the Amalfi Coast.
The archipelago of Malta sits in the central region of the Mediterranean Sea and is the tenth smallest country in the world.
The remarkable brown historic buildings contrast with the turquoise sea, making it a fantastic destination for lovers of history and culture, as well as the beach. With sandy shores and low cliffs to use as a diving board, this is a unique spot that you do not want to miss out on.
The French Riviera is often associated with glitz and glamor thanks to the famous Cannes Film Festival, but with friendly locals and unique coastal culture, it is so much more than that.
The region is a string of scenic beaches and small fairytale towns, with bigger cities like Nice and Cannes found along the way. We also recommend a visit to the principality of Monaco, which is just a short train ride away from Nice.
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