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Live out your castaway fantasy – with mod cons and chic touches, of course – at these stylish island hideaways.

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WHY? This white cliff-top hideaway is Capri’s hippest boutique hotel. With only 22 rooms, it’s as intimate and relaxed as a luxurious, well-staffed private residence.

WHERE? A 45-minute hydrofoil ride from Naples, in the midst of a Roman settlement, overlooking the Marina Grande (harbour).

STAYING IN This handsome 19th-century villa has long been a hotel, but was recently transformed into this glamorous incarnation by Michele Bönan, the French architect responsible for the super-stylish Ferragamo-owned Lungarno hotels. Most rooms have sea views, but if you tire of gazing out at the azure blue, adjourn to the library for a flick through the coffee-table books, or head to the teak terrace and heated outdoor pool – taking in breathtaking views of the Amalfi coast and Mount Vesuvius. Lunch alfresco on the terrace at JKitchen, where the salad of buffalo mozzarella and local cherry tomatoes is the must-try dish – former guest Princess Caroline apparently took some mozzarella back to Monaco after her stay. At the end of a taxing day reading and wafting about in your kaftan like a Fifties screen siren, dress for dinner and sip Bellinis as the yachts twinkle below.

STYLE STEAL Achieve the nautical-meets-Ralph Lauren look with a blue-and-white palette, lacquered black floors, plump white couches and monochrome artworks.

OUT AND ABOUT Take the chairlift from Marina Grande up to the whitewashed town of Anacapri – at its best after the day-trippers have gone – or hop on the shuttle and browse Capri’s boutiques. Pack a polka-dot one-piece and Loren shades and spend a day out at lido-restaurant La Fontelina, situated on a rocky jetty in view of the Faraglioni rocks.

MORE INFO Double rooms cost from around £624 per night (+39 081 838 4001, jkcapri.com).

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WHY? To check out this David Rockwell-designed hotel that’s all about sophisticated lounging against a rustic backdrop.

WHERE? In the School of Fine Arts quarter of Mykonos Town, where bougainvillea-covered white houses mix with full-throttle bars and nightclubs.

STAYING IN If you can resist the Mediterranean waves, everything you need is on hand. The rooms are a mix of traditional Greek colourways and state-of-the-art mod cons. It’s airy and floaty enough for you to feel like a Greek god/dess, but with the added bonus of being able to plug in your iPod. After a day by the pool, choose between Asian or modern Greek food in the hotel’s two restaurants, Matsuhisa and the new Belvedere Club. The former was set up by Nobu Matsuhisa, of Nobu restaurants fame, and serves up the same gorgeous Japanese food.

STYLE STEAL For slicker storage, try leather under-bed boxes with stitched corners, such as those at Store.

OUT AND ABOUT The winding alleyways are packed with glam boutiques, with Soho-Soho on Matogianni Street being one of the most popular – even SJP has flexed her plastic here. For seaside fun, Super Paradise Beach is partylicious, or head to unspoilt Lia, where a small taverna serves up fresh lobsters.

MORE INFO Standard double rooms cost from £357 per night (+30 228 902 5122, belvederehotel.com).

BARAZA

WHY? Endless sunshine and pristine beaches, to which the Baraza adds the perfect space for unadulterated relaxation.

WHERE? On the unspoilt east coast of Zanzibar – think talcum-powder sands, crystal sea and gently swaying palms – an island that lives up to the romantic connotations its name suggests.

STAYING IN Each villa has its own private terrace, complete with plunge pool, while the public areas offer plenty of shady nooks with bolsters, pouffes and scatter cushions. Arise from your slumber to sample menus inspired by Arabic, Indian, Persian, Asian and Swahili flavours, explore the grounds, or drop in on the spa – the essential oils, infused with local cinnamon, cloves and peppercorns (this is a spice island after all) work a particularly evocative magic. If they prompt a burst of energy, then diving, windsurfing and all kinds of aqua activities await on the beach.

STYLE STEAL Limit the beaten metallics and keep things neutral to ensure the look is more ‘rock the kasbah’ than ‘Aladdin’s cave’.

OUT AND ABOUT Head for Stone Town, the island’s cultural heart, and lose yourself in bustling bazaars and winding alleyways. Snap up spices to enliven your cooking, or jump on a dhow for a cruise round the outer islands.

MORE INFO Villas cost £768 per night, including meals, drinks and some activities (baraza-zanzibar.com).

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Not only are the waterfalls wet in Guadeloupe but the rest of the island receives plenty of additional moisture from heavy seasonal rains in the fall.

 

This French territory is made up of two main islands connected by a mangrove swamp. The result looks like a butterfly, which is why Guadeloupe is known as The Butterfly Island.

 

The cluster of two main islands and numerous smaller ones, located in the French West Indies in the southern Caribbean, is attractive to tourists in part because of its waterfalls. They include the popular Carbet Falls, a series of three tall cascading waterfalls.

 

But visitors can get plenty wet from rain as well depending on the time of year they visit. The island receives an average of 5.8 inches of rain per month, which is one of the highest averages in the Caribbean.

 

The island averages about nine inches a month in September through November; August is only somewhat better. Rainfall averages less than three inches in January through March.

 

One of the more attractive aspects of the island territory is its steady warm temperatures throughout the year. Guadeloupe’s average monthly high temperature is 86 degrees, according to the World Weather Organization. The average monthly low is 72 degrees.

 

Average high temperatures reach a peak of nearly 89 degrees in July through September, while the coolest months at about 85 degrees are December through March. Such a smaller difference in the high temperatures make just about any month predictably warm.

 

Average monthly low temperatures bottom out at about 68 degrees from January through March.

 

As a result, the best months to visit Martinique because of a combination of warm weather and light rainfall are January through March. The worst time is August through November. April, June and December have moderate amounts of rain and under normal conditions could be less risky as well.

 

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The Caribbean is a wonderful and exotic set of islands of the Gulf of Mexico. They offer idyllic beaches, glorious hot weather, and a rich culture. With some amazing offers for flights to the Caribbean right now, there’s nothing to stop you visiting these paradise islands. Take a look below at some of the great islands you can visit.

Take a trip to Cuba, an island full of interesting history and culture. Havana, the largest city, is known for its after dark entertainment which is popular with both tourists and locals. To get the full Cuban experience, visit an authentic bar outside of your hotel resort and listen to bands playing Cuban classics, the Casa de la Musica is a top favourite. Then there is Cayo Coco, a beautiful part of Cuba that prides itself with its amazing beaches and lagoons, but it also has much more to offer. There are fun day trips from Cayo Coco including a sugar mill visit with a speed boat ride across a fresh water lake, visiting a crocodile farm, and a steam train ride through the cane fields. Having the second largest barrier reef in the world, snorkelling excursions are also a great way to enjoy this amazing place. With some affordable flights going to Cuba throughout the year, you can have an inexpensive and vibrant holiday here.

Or perhaps you might enjoy visiting Jamaica. A popular tourist attraction is Montego Bay, with great shopping facilities, fine dining and plush beaches. Many of the top all inclusive hotels are located on the sea front with own private beaches. A favourite amongst tourists is the three star Grandiosa Hotel, it’s situated close to Doctor’s Cave Beach and Agua Sol Theme Park. Ocho Rios is another popular tourist city on the coast, here, the bay is covered by lush grassy mountains and tropical reefs.

Whilst in Jamaica there are plenty of fun activities to take part in. Why not take a jeep safari, swim with dolphins, or visit Dunns River Falls, a 600ft waterfall for a fabulous day out! The Caribbean is full of things to do and see, and with many great offers on late deals to the likes of Jamaica, why not take the opportunity to visit this wonderful country.

Then there is the Dominican Republic, a wonderfully diverse country with amazing tropical landscapes, perfect for adventurous tourists who love the great outdoors and will enjoy mountain biking, trekking, and exciting water sports. Santa Domingo is the lively capital of the Dominican Republic, here you can look at some of the world’s finest amber that’s over 50 million years old by visiting the amber museums. Puerto Plata is home to some of the Caribbean’s most finest resorts. The four star Hotasa Luperon Beach Resort is a super hotel with great facilities located on the West side of Puerto Plata. The number of flights to the Dominican Republic from the UK are increasing due to the growing popularity of this Caribbean island.

 

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The idea of a Yacht Charter anywhere is great, but the idea of renting a yacht in the Caribbean is a whole new level. The Caribbean is a paradise, coveted by many and diverse culture, people and places to see and experience while surfing the beautiful ocean is a great way to relax and unwind, while evasion of the real world for a while. Another great attraction of a Luxury Yacht Charter in the Caribbean is that the seasons are incredibly tropical with the time between November and July is warm and sunny, a stark contrast to the cold and gloomy in Europe and North America.
 
The Caribbean is a collection of small islands in a large saucepan melt mixing of cultures and nationalities. The diversity of the area allows people to cruise the calm waters and visit many different places in one trip. Experiences are so varied that there are an overall range of different kinds of Caribbean Mega Yachts Charter, can be chosen so they are unable to fit what best fits their interest. Many companies offer charter flights to certain locations in the area and the different routes are planned for different trips. The area has lots to see and do that you can find more time and multiple trips are necessary to see everything.

The beauty of a Luxury Yacht Caribbean is the fact that you can visit many different places without having to repack your bags, checking into different hotels and worry about travel arrangements. The yacht is essentially a floating luxury villa and has all the facilities and comfort you need for your journey. The ship is fully manned with a crew who are there to take care of your wishes.

Despite a yacht in the Caribbean is a very expensive and decadent for a holiday. Not everyone can afford a luxury holiday style, but certainly is well worth it if you want to relax and feel like absolute royalty for a while. People around the world looking for a romantic and relaxing getaway to choose the Caribbean islands. Moreover, the place is also popular for adventure travel swimming, diving and exploring. Travelers from around the world has an unforgettable cruise through turquoise waters, historical sites and deserted white sand beaches. Apart from the Caribbean Islands, Bahamas Islands are also a favorite destination for people.

When booking a Luxury Yachts Charters through some companies can arrange a personal path, which lets you hand pick the islands you want to visit and how long you want to stay in each. That individual can choose what activities you most like to do and arrange with the captain as to the exact path and timing of your trip.

A Caribbean Yacht Charter is a brilliant way to spend holidays with family, friends and family in which everyone can relax in the certainty that everything is being taken care of and everything you need to worry about seeing the beautiful scenery and views are on and to decide what to eat for dinner. The lap of luxury awaits you in a boat in the Caribbean.

This makes the Caribbean islands a truly spectacular and surprising destination for all. However, there is a growing concern among stakeholders and people who sincerely care about this tourist paradise. The bodies of water surrounding the Caribbean islands are not as strong as we wanted to be. In fact, these natural treasures are fragile and finite, they can get.

An encouraging sign amid the imminent threat of this popular destination is the awareness and commitment of a growing number of people taking their defense at a higher level green. Once you visit the Caribbean on a Super Yachts in the Caribbean have all the opportunities and mitigate the impact of your presence in the exotic places you visit. Depending on how you behave during your tropical sailing adventure that can still make a Caribbean vacation with the environment.

If you are looking for the ultimate green experience, then sailing in a Yacht should be high on your list. The activity of the candle is fed by the wind so it is emissions-free travel. Green go sailing in the Caribbean is a stimulating impulse to the senses in a totally natural and refreshing to enjoy the charms of the Caribbean sun, sand and sea.

The marinas in the Caribbean and the bases have been doing their part to preserve and protect the natural wealth and beauty of the islands in the Caribbean.

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Located in the northern region of Sardinia, La Maddalena is the largest town in the Maddalena archipelago, the group of islands just off the north-east of Sardinia. The only way to travel to La Maddalena is by boat, with car ferries travelling from nearby Palau and also from the Italian mainland.

This is an island that is well known for its beaches. The Cala Francese is one of the most popular beaches on the island, which is why it gets very busy on the weekends and during summer months as the water is clear and the beach is clean. Another popular beach is Bassa Trinita, a beach that, although gets busy during high tourist seasons, is perfect for an afternoon stroll or picnic.

The Piazza Umberto I is the main point of interest as it is in the centre of town. It used to called the Piazza Rossa so don’t be surprised if people of an older generation call it by that name. This is probably the busiest part of the town as many people will meet up here to chat or use it as a meet up point before moving on to their next destination. It’s an easy to get to point so maybe if you’re wondering where to stay in the island, don’t worry, as they have some of the best Sardinia villas in the region.

The island is connected to another island, Caprera, by a 600 metre causeway. This is another popular tourist destination as it is a natural reserve which is home to some rare sea birds. Here you can see the royal seagull, cormorant and peregrine falcon. The island had ties to one of the men who fought for Italy’s independence, Giuseppe Garibaldi. He bought the island in 1885 and lived there until he died in 1882. Now his home has been converted into a museum and a memorial chapel, in fact the island itself is a national monument. The island got it’s name for the numerous amount of goats that inhabit it, as ‘capra’ is Italian for goat.  But the island was originally inhabited before a group of shepherds inhabited it; it was Garibaldi who planted the pine wood trees you see on the island today.

Theses island sits on the Strait of Bonifacio, which is a strait that lies in between Corsica and Sardinia. This was named after a Corsican town Bonifacio. This strait is well known among sailors for its weather, currents, shoals and other types of difficult obstacles. There is a famous disaster that happened in the Strait of Bonifacio. On February 15, 1855 a French ship called Sémillante left the port of Toulon on its way to the black sea to supply the Crimean War with troops. But a storm caused it to hit a reef which led to the ship to sink and all of the soldiers on board drowning to death. In 1993 there was a tanker disaster which led to only French and Italian flag ships with dangerous goods allowed passage through the Strait of Bonifacio.

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