Palma De Mallorca, Spain
About Mallorca everything we can say in one word is … “PARADISE”.
It is where we felt best, Mallorca is certainly one of the most beautiful islands in Europe. Impressing was the fact that this island includes both – sea and mountains.
And not only, the fact that on an island there are so many places to visit, one more beautiful than another, it’s hard not to come back.
In the week we stayed there, we explored the island place by place and we weren’t able to see not even half of the amazing places.
Exquisite beaches, easy to access mountains – Oh right! We must mention that we was almost the whole trip with beach sandals / flip-flops. ON THE MOUNTAINS ALSO! 🙂 Imagine that!
The fact that everything is so accessible seemed fascinating. You actually get off the car and there – You have some dream landscapes!
When we walked through the forest, everything seemed so wild but in the same time friendly. Mona scares easily, but here she felt safe all the trip. We must go back! ♥
Amongst the characteristic places of the city, you should visit the old town (città vecchia), where the Basilica of San Nicola and the Cathedral of San Sabino (at Cattedrale) are located.
We did not found spectacular beaches in Bari, but we drived to Polignano de Mare (half hour drive) and discovered a little piece of heaven!
Alberobello is also top list, I would say it’s a city more like a nice welcoming neighborhood with all the identical houses and their construction is not an ordinary one for sure! We also made a stop at Ostuni (The white town).
Sure we’ll share your photos with you. A must see.
“Alicante is my second home,” said Mona.
We revisited and it’s always fascinating. The actual city “flows” into the sea. There is a fine line between the tall buildings and beaches, almost full most of the time. I would call Alicante, the “resort” town. It’s more like a town that likes to party but also when it comes to work, work it is. We met so many nice people here from different countries. We exchanged experience and had beautiful moments together. When we left Alicante there were 25 degrees in the morning at 5am, and when we arrived in Cluj-Napoca, -5 degrees. Brrrr! Oh, we miss you summer city!
Photos coming soon!