Looking for an extraordinary destination for your summer holiday? Check out these 10 top destinations, hand-picked by SunnyRentals.com and our vacationers as the best of summer 2011. Where do YOU want to go this summer?
Proclaimed as the “new spot” for years since its reappearance on the world tourism scene, it is clear that Croatia is an extraordinary holiday destination that overwhelms with its glorious 1,778km-long coast and a staggering number of 1,185 islands.
With some of the best and most beautiful beaches around the world, there’s no surprise that the Algarve region is a favourite place for sun-seekers from all over the world.
Bodrum may be just as much of a super resort as Kuşadası and Marmaris, but its sugar-cube houses, wrapped in thorny, woody vines of purple bougainvillea, and the palm-lined streets, are holding it to the original charm.
It might be a cliché to say Nice has something for everyone, but its polished pebbled shores, must-see major museums, ancient Roman city ruins and fine cuisine, attract sun seekers, art aficionados and foodies from around the world.
The 7 islands archipelago is well known in Europe for the sunny and sandy beaches. The old fishing villages, colonial towns, and hilltop hamlets offer a taste of the local lifestyle and you can spice up your holiday in the bigger cities.
Naples is an invigorating scene of Unesco-listed historical heritage sites, citrus tree-filled cloisters and hyped-up street life.The historic centre is a maze of narrow streets, which lead to a seaside promenade with romantic views of Vesuvius.
Corsica’s coastline curves into about 1000km of extravagant seaside towns, plunging cliffs and glistening beaches and bays, rippled with vivid green chestnut, pine forests and ambrosial machja.
The radiant light, beautiful landscape and long sandy beaches draw tourists from Europe, seeking to enjoy the charm of the busy harbour, red-roofed houses and buzzing holiday atmosphere.
This flamboyant Spanish port, with coast washed by the sparkling blue Mediterranean, is both historic and pulsing with modern life city with its narrow cobble-stoned streets and wide, green boulevards decorated with impressive monuments and fashionable shops.
Greece’s most exhilarating and diverse island has a remarkable cultural heritage - from the ruins of the Minoan palace to the Venetian fortresses, old mosques and to the cave that is the legendary birthplace of Zeus.