Romantic Resorts, Cities and Tourist Locations
Mykonos is a picturesque island in the Aegean Sea and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Greece. The island is famous for its white beaches, crystal clear sea, traditional Cycladic architecture with narrow streets and white houses with blue doors and windows. Mykonos is known for its vibrant nightlife, with many bars and clubs, which attracts young people from all over the world. The island also offers excellent opportunities for water sports, shopping and gastronomic tourism. Here you can enjoy delicious Greek cuisine in numerous restaurants and taverns. No less interesting are excursions to historical and cultural attractions such as windmills, the maritime museum and the church of Panagia Paraportiani. Mykonos attracts tourists with its unique combination of traditional Greek hospitality and modern entertainment, making it an ideal choice for any type of holiday.
Paphos (Greek: Πάφος, Páfos; Latin: Paphus, briefly Augusta; Turkish: Baf) is a coastal city in the southwest of Cyprus and the capital of Paphos District. In antiquity, two locations were called Paphos: Old Paphos and New Paphos. The Upper City is called Ktima, as a matter of fact, its the city centre where the majority of office buildings is located. The Lower city (Kato Pafos) has stretched along the coast, the majority of sights, hotels, gift shops, bars, restaurants and discos are located here.
Besides being the central hub for tours going anywhere in the country, Panama City is a fascinating tourist destination in itself. It's a curious blend of old Spain, modern America and the bazaar atmosphere of the East. Best known for the Panama Canal, this lively Latin American even borders one of Central America’s richest rain forests. Panama City is a city of easy cosmopolitan living, a combination of the historic and the ultra-modern. And it is also one of the safest cities in the Americas. There are three Panama Cities to be discovered: the historical ruins of the 16th century called Panama Viejo, the 17th century Spanish Colonial Casco Viejo part of the city and the modern skyscraper city with its prosperous business district and a city center full of live and cultural delights. A visit to the Panama Canal is a unique experience, which can’t be reproduced anywhere else in the world. At the Miraflores and Pedro Miguel Locks, you can spend hours watching cruise ships and freighters moving through the Panama Canal. Called “The Eighth Wonder of the World” it todays stands as a monument to mankind’s ingenuity and the power of conviction. The Amador Causeway extends from the mainland to connect four small islands offshore. A palm-lined road runs the length of the causeway, with benches and a path for bicycling and jogging alongside. It is swept with sea breezes, boasts fine restaurants, the Smithsonian Institute of Tropical Research Aquarium, a new cruise port, yacht club, residential projects and souvenir shops.
Known as "Briland" by its inhabitants, Harbour Island is approximately 3.5 miles long by 1.5 miles wide. Once the capital of the Bahamas and the second largest city to Nassau in the 1900s, the current population is estimated between 1500 to 2000. The island is located approximately 200 miles from Miami, 60 miles from Nassau and 2 miles East of Eleuthera
Larnaka is a small seaport, and popular resort. It is the third largest city of Cyprus. It is located on the southeast coast, approximately in 70 km from Limassol. The history of Larnaka ascends to pre-Christian times. During antiquity epoch Greek city Kition has been located on territory of modern Larnaka. According to local legend, it has been founded by one of legendary Noah grandsons - Kittim. Today Larnaka is one of the most popular resorts of the island. Coast of Larnaka is a continuous chain of wonderful beaches. The most famous one is Mackenzie beach. The quay Finikudes - ` Palm prospectus ` has settled down nearby, favourite vacation and walks spot, it is possible to sit in small charming restaurant, bar or tavern, to try tasty fish dishes and ` meze `. To the east from Larnaka the tourist zone with comfortable hotels is located. There are plenty of them and for all tastes and budgets. Here are smart 5-stars hotels and cosy 3-stars.