After last week’s article here we are, as promised, with 3 new not so conventional destinations for you.
We promised you last week: in the previous article we talked about 3 beautiful, incredible, sparkling destinations. But also in some ways not particularly new to travelers from all over the world: their beauty has made them famous, and that’s normal.
Today we will tell you about 3 fantastic destinations that have not yet entered the radar of many travellers.
Almaza Bay, Egypt (~3 Hours from Lugano)
The Hidden Mediterranean Oasis
Almaza Bay, located on Egypt’s Mediterranean coast, is an exquisite hidden gem within a short private jet flight from many European cities. With its pristine sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, and luxurious resorts, it offers a tranquil escape from the typical Egyptian tourist destinations. November is an excellent time to visit as the weather remains pleasantly mild. Travelers can relax on the beach, indulge in water sports, explore nearby cultural attractions like Al Alamein, and savor authentic Mediterranean cuisine.
Cyprus (~3 Hours from Lugano)
The Island of Myths and Legends
Cyprus, located in the eastern Mediterranean, is a perfect destination for a getaway. While it’s relatively popular, it still offers plenty of hidden treasures beyond the tourist hotspots. November brings cooler temperatures, making it an ideal time for outdoor exploration. Visit charming villages like Lefkara with its lace-making traditions, explore ancient archaeological sites like Kourion, or hike in the beautiful Troodos Mountains. Cyprus also boasts a rich culinary scene, blending Greek and Middle Eastern flavors.
Matera, Italy (<2h Hours from Lugano)
The Ancient Cave City
Matera, located in the Basilicata region of southern Italy, is a truly unique and lesser-known destination that can be reached within quick flight. November is an excellent time to visit as the weather is still comfortable, and crowds are thinner. What sets Matera apart is its ancient cave dwellings, known as Sassi di Matera, which have been inhabited for over 9,000 years. These cave homes have been transformed into charming hotels, restaurants, and shops, creating a captivating atmosphere. Explore the historic streets, visit rock-cut churches, and savor authentic Italian cuisine in this captivating and culturally rich town. Matera was named the European Capital of Culture in 2019, cementing its status as a hidden gem worth exploring.
So, what do you think of these destinations? Did you know them?
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