Author Archives: Jan

A Day On The Beach in Brighton

  A day on the beach in Brighton – if you are looking for the Best Beaches Central Beach right in the city center; Kemp Beach if you like sports on the beach or the Gap Beaches along the Undercliff Walks – read more below. Best Sea View Bars ♦ The Waterhouse Bar and Terrace… Read More »

In Nice La Vie est Belle

  What is the best in – Nice: 1. Surprise: go to the beach. Do you prefer the public seaside beaches along the famous Promenade des Anglais and around or do private beaches like Castel Plage or Blue Beach make you feel more luxurious, safer and relaxed? Whatever your choice, in Nice la vie est… Read More »

Porto – Chill Beach City on the Douro

You can call the city of Porto easily lucky today. It has everything to be seen one of the most attractive places in Europe, or maybe even worldwide, and to be called a chill beach city on the Douro! And a real city it is, with only around 300.000 people living in Porto, but with… Read More »


If you are fantasizing about visiting a chill beach city with cheap flights Alicante could be your best bet in Southern Spain. Beaches are numerous and stunning, food is fantastic, nightlife never stops and you can picture yourself already having another glass of wine and a tapa in the old Barrio quarter, on a night like… Read More »

More Love for Málaga

  Today everybody seems to love Málaga for more than one reason. Málaga airport is the main flying destination in the South of Spain for almost 17 million travelers yearly, from where the area of Andalucia and the Costa del Sol can easily be reached by tourists and lots of (second) home-owners. Málaga is an easy destination… Read More »

Make the Most of Marseille

Melting Pot in Provence Marseille doesn’t need a metaphor, it is one in itself. And any traveler who still insists on hearing one before touching this fabulous and vibrant city will agree immediately after arrival that ‘melting pot’ would be spot on. (Today, in 2017, with their new president in place it seems somewhat ironic to… Read More »


City of pride is what I felt when I saw Cádiz. Funnily enough, lots of other visitors I met later shared that feel and Cádiz has all reason in the world (or in Europe at least) to be proud as it is one of the oldest cities in the Western world that has been permanently… Read More »


Spain is the echo of sun, beach, and culture. It is interesting and lots of fun also to look behind these common beliefs and try to find out if a country of the size of Spain can be generalized as such when looking for a beach and seafront city destination. The Spanish coast is 7268 kilometers long in total… Read More »


La douce France makes you think of food & wine, the famous French lifestyle, fantastic landscapes of great variety in nature, Paris and the Eiffel tower, castles & mansions and the fabulous coast on the Mediterranean in the south with Nice, Cannes and other spots showing richness without embarrassment in every way and a completely… Read More »

San Sebastián

If you are heading south on the west coast of France, after having spent enough time and Euros on the French chic of Biarritz, it is a great experience to cross the border at Hendaye-Irun into Spain and make your way to the lively and stylish city of San Sebastián or in Basque language Donóstia. You… Read More »