Secret bali beaches
Most tourists come to Bali for the beautiful beaches that nature has created for millennia. One likes soft sand in the south, others prefer black volcanic sand in the west,…

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Diving in Vietnam
The tropical climate and warm waters of the South China Sea have created ideal conditions for the life of ichthyofauna off the coast of Vietnam. Do not miss the opportunity…

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Beaches near Rome: Lido di Ostia
Going on a cultural trip to Rome, it should be remembered that not far from the Eternal City, the warm Tyrrhenian Sea splashes. Do not miss the opportunity to combine…

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the picturesque

Chan Island

Chang Island is a popular tourist resort located in the Southeast of Thailand. It is washed by the waters of the Gulf of Thailand and formally belongs to the province of Trat, like the other 50 islands of the archipelago, with which it is integral.

Translated from Thai, “chang” means “elephant”. If you look at the island from above, its outlines resemble this majestic animal.

In contrast to Phuket or Samui, the tourist infrastructure here is poorly developed, the entire archipelago is declared a reserve, so development is carried out extremely carefully. Continue reading

Beaches of sicily

Sicily is washed by 3 seas: the Ionian, Tyrrhenian and Mediterranean. If you wish, you can swim in each of them, since the coastline with a length of about 1000 km allows you to find the perfect beach. For several years in a row, Marina di Ragusa, Santa Maria del Focallo and Pozzallo have been proud owners of the Blue Flag. These beaches are recognized as the cleanest in Europe.

WHEN IS BETTER TO COME?
The peak season is in July and August. The resorts are crowded, restaurants are packed with tourists, and hotels are overpriced. Therefore, if you want to relax in complete silence, enjoy the splash of waves and nature, it is better to come to Sicily from early May to June or September until the last days of November.

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How to get from Larnaca to the nearest resorts

Most tourists start their journey around Cyprus from the international airport, located 4 km from the city of Larnaca. This is one of the largest air harbors in the country, which serves more than 7 million people annually.

AN AIRPORT

Larnaca Airport has only one passenger terminal with an area of ​​98,000 m2. The building is divided into 2 levels. The upper one is for departures, the lower one serves departing flights. For comfortable landing and disembarkation of people, 16 telescopic rails are provided. At peak loads in high season, buses are additionally used. Continue reading

Kuta: shopping and entertainment
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Mirissa Sri Lanka
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Nang Young Island
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