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In the middle of the 20th century, Spain built a tourist industry and an economy on the allure of its coasts, or costas. The attraction of Mediterranean beaches and long stretches of golden sand was ...
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Mention Madeira, and many people can’t locate it on a map, or they think that Madeira is a sleepy backwater. Although life on this subtropical Portuguese island moves at a relaxed pace, Madeira offers plenty ...
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For Winetravelers keen on wine and waves, Malibu is the place to go. What’s more, you’ll have opportunities for celebrity spotting, surfing, beachcombing, hiking, cycling, yoga, and of course wine tasting. IN THIS GUIDE: Travel ...
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The Central Coast of California, as a wine region, is remarkably large. It spans from Santa Barbara to Monterey, covering over 250 miles of rugged coastline. Despite commonalities like the overarching maritime influence, there are ...
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Fuerteventura is an island for beach lovers. With miles of coastline and less tourism than the other Canary Islands like Tenerife or Gran Canaria, you might find yourself almost entirely alone on a tranquil stretch ...
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The Canary Island archipelago features some of Europe’s most idyllic and exotic islands. Often compared to Hawaii (there are seven islands in each of these island chains), the Canary Islands are one of the few ...
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Tenerife may just be the most popular of the seven Canary Islands for a visit. One of the most easily accessible islands from mainland Europe, Tenerife has it all. Whether you love the beach, volcanic ...
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Year-round sunshine, stunning landscapes, and a vibrant Hawaiian culture — no wonder this US island state is on everyone’s bucket list. The archipelago is made up of seven main islands, plus a few other smaller ...
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Maui, an enchanting Hawaiian island deep in the Pacific, is a paradise for all traveling styles. It is the second largest of the eight main islands that comprise Hawaii. Whether you’re looking to stay active ...