Porto Cervo, Italy
In the centre of the Costa Smeralda, this resort town embraces
a deep bay ringed with islands and is populated by a guest set that knows the worth of where they’re staying. Fashioned as an eco-sensitive millionaire's paradise by the Aga Khan in the 1960s, Porto Cervo has served as a James Bond backdrop and remains a visual byword for sleek seafaring endless-summer glamour.
The island of Santorini is the world’s largest volcanic crater, accounting for the glossy black sands and the still-active volcano...
At the base of Mt. Etna, a site of legendary battle between gods and monsters in Greek mythology, sits the hilltop town...
An impressive chunk of stone jutting up from within the Bay of Naples, Capri is famed for its rugged landscape, upscale beach resorts, high-end shopping, and little beachside cafés...