10 cheap destinations that you can book now for the elopement of your dreams
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The natural environment of the Nice area and its mild Mediterranean climate came to the attention of the English upper classes in the second half of the 18th century, when an increasing number of aristocratic families took to spending their winters there. The city's main seaside promenade, the Promenade des Anglais ("Walkway of the English") owes its name to visitors to the resort.
Hotels starting at €75 per night
Due to its strategic position on the Mediterranean Sea, Alghero had been developed into a fortified port town by 1102, built by the Genoese Doria family. The Dorias ruled Alghero for centuries, apart from a brief period under the rule of Pisa between 1283–84. Alghero's population later grew because of the arrival of Catalan colonists. In the early 16th century Alghero received papal recognition as a bishopric and the status of King's City (ciutat de l'Alguer) and developed economically.
Hotels starting at €69 per night
The Algarve covers 4997 km2,extending just south of the Tagus valley to the southern coast of the Iberian Peninsula. Its highest point is Fóia, 902 m (2,959 ft), in the mountain range of Monchique. It also includes some islands and islets. The region is also the home of the Ria Formosa Lagoon, a nature reserve of over 170 km2 and a stopping place for hundreds of different species of birds. The length of the south-facing coastline is roughly 155 km. Beyond the westernmost point of Cape St. Vincent it stretches a further 50 km to the north. The coastline is notable for picturesque limestone caves and grottoes, particularly around Lagos, which are accessible by powerboat.
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In one entire day is possible for us to visit Las Ramblas, Casa Batló, Sagrada Família, City Beaches, La Boqueria and Park Guell. This are the top destinations for couples in Spain.
Barcelona is located on the northeast coast of the Iberian Peninsula, facing the Mediterranean Sea, on a plain approximately 5 km (3 mi) wide limited by the mountain range of Collserola, the Llobregat river to the southwest and the Besòs river to the north. This plain covers an area of 170 km2 (66 sq mi), of which 101 km2(39.0 sq mi) are occupied by the city itself. It is 120 kilometres (75 miles) south of the Pyrenees and the Catalan border with France.
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Chania is the site of the Minoan settlement the Greeks called Kydonia, the source of the word quince. It appears on Linear Bas ku-do-ni-ja. Some notable archaeological evidence for the existence of this Minoan city below some parts of today's Chania was found by excavations in the district of Kasteli in the Old Town. This area appears to have been inhabited since the Neolithic era. The city reemerged after the end of the Minoan period as an important city-state in Classical Greece, one whose domain extended from Chania Bay to the feet of the White Mountains. The first major wave of settlers from mainland Greece was by the Dorian Greeks who came around 1100 BC. Kydonia was constantly at war with other Cretan city-states such as Aptera, Phalasarna and Polyrrinia and was important enough for the Kydonians to be mentioned in Homer's Odyssey(xix.200).In 69 BC, the Roman consul Caecilius Metellus defeated the Cretans and conquered Kydonia to which he granted the privileges of an independent city-state. Kydonia reserved the right to mint its own coins until the 3rd century AD.
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Located just 100 km (62 mi) off the coast of North Africa, it is the second biggest of the islands, after Tenerife, and has the longest white sand beaches in the archipelago. The island is a destination for sun, beach and watersports enthusiasts. It lies at the same latitude as Florida and Mexico and temperatures rarely fall below 18 °C (64 °F) or rise above 32 °C (90 °F). It counts 152 separate beaches along its seaboard — 50 km (31 mi) of white sand and 25 km (16 mi) of black volcanic shingle.
The highest point in Fuerteventura is Pico de la Zarza (807 m) in the southwestern part of the island. Geographical features include Istmo de la Pared which is 5 km (3 mi) wide and is the narrowest part of Fuerteventura. The island is divided into two parts, the northern portion which is Maxorata and the southwestern part called the Jandía peninsula.
Hotels starting at €89
is a Spanish island, the northernmost and easternmost of the autonomous Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. It is located approximately 125 kilometres (78 miles) off the north coast of Africa and 1,000 kilometres (621 miles) from the Iberian Peninsula. Covering 845.94 square kilometres (326.62 square miles), Lanzarote is the fourth-largest of the islands in the archipelago. With 149,183 inhabitants, it is the third most populous Canary Island, after Tenerife and Gran Canaria. Located in the centre-west of the island is Timanfaya National Park, one of its main attractions. The island was declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 1993. The island's capital is Arrecife.
Hotels starting at €99
Situated between Malta and Gozo, the smaller island of Comino is a paradise for snorkelers, divers, windsurfers and ramblers.
Only 3.5 square kilometers, Comino is car-free and apart from one hotel, is virtually uninhabited.
The island's main attraction is the Blue Lagoon. In summer, this sheltered inlet of shimmering aquamarine water over white sand is very popular with day-trippers. Other beaches on the island include Santa Marija Bay and San Niklaw Bay.
Comino is also worth a visit in winter, and is ideal for walkers and photographers. With no urban areas or cars on the island, one can easily smell the scent of wild thyme and other herbs.
Hotels starting at €109
Lisbon is the stunning capital city of Portugal, and is one of the most charismatic and vibrant cities of Europe. It is a city that effortlessly blends traditional heritage, with striking modernism and progressive thinking.
As a holiday destination, Lisbon offers a rich and varied history, a buzzing nightlife and is blessed with a glorious year-round climate.
Hotels starting at €79
This city by the sea has large gardens and parks for strolling, charming squares for whiling away the time and a pleasant climate almost all year round. It also has an attractive marina.
If you're in search of fun, the historic centre of the city offers a wide range of possibilities with well-known clubs, pubs, bars, outdoor cafes and venues catering to the LGBT community.
The city's surroundings also have a number of recreational and entertainment options, including amusement parks like the Tivoli World in Benalmádena, famous marine resorts like Marbella, as well as water parks.
Hotels starting at €129
A 20-minute bus ride from Palermo (take the 806 from Piazza Politeama) is Mondello, a picturesque former fishing village dominated by 606-metre Monte Pellegrino, known for its chapel to Santa Rosalia, Palermo’s patron saint. Mondello’s Liberty villas are an echo of its heyday as a retreat for local aristocracy, who came to enjoy its sandy beach and crystalline waters. Dominating the seafront is the opulent, art nouveau Antico Stabilimento Balneare, with a piano bar for cocktails and an elegant terrace restaurant (three courses from €35). Of the many fish restaurants in town, Trattoria Marinara da Piero is my favourite – try the sauté di frutti di mare. If you just want a snack, the smell of panelle (chickpea fritters) from street stalls fills the air. And you have to have a gelato at the seaside. I know I’m home when I have a mighty broscia con gelato e panna (ice-cream in a sweet brioche with whipped cream) from Bar Antico Chiosco (Piazza Mondello 4). On a tree-lined street close to the sea, B&B Antonella is an excellent choice, with bikes and beach gear to borrow, and a lovely garden for breakfast.
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