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.
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...
The island of Santorini is the world’s largest volcanic crater, accounting for the glossy black sands and the still-active volcano...
Los Angeles, California
A hotbed of art, design, and culture, Los Angeles is New York without the reserve...