Places that you can’t miss in your Mediterranean Trip

There are magical places in the world, each with its own atmosphere and charm. But few compare to the eastern Mediterranean coast. From aquamarine waters stretching as far as possible to lively and friendly locals, travelers have remembered this beach for centuries.


The eastern Mediterranean stretch, eastern Italy, is Croatia. Along the coast are a series of beautiful islands that will indulge your senses. Throughout history he was on the threshold of many kingdoms. This can be seen in the Roman, Napoleonic, Venetian, Viennese, and Slavic architecture of the cities. For those who love history, Croatia has many UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The 15th century city of Dubrovnik in the Gothic and Renaissance Chancellor’s Palace. In Split, the famous and well-preserved fortress of Diocletian’s Palace, was built in the 4th century. Add in natural attractions like lakes and waterfalls in Plitvice National Park, the soothing waters of the blue cliffs and blue limestone of the Dalmatian coast – and tourists will get the best of what Croatia has to offer.



No trip to the Mediterranean is complete without stopping by the beaches and islands of Greece. With the same views of the Sapphire Sea as other beaches and islands around the eastern Mediterranean, but its history and sites date back centuries. Greece islands can bring you great experiences, is a site to consider if you want to enjoy your trip at 100%.  Once the center of a large and progressive empire, Athens has some of the most important locations in the history of Western civilization. The Acropolis of Athens is one of them. Perched on a flat rock 490 feet above the city, it is a collection of ancient buildings critical to shaping modern politics and architecture. Among these buildings is the Parthenon, which was once a large temple dedicated to the goddess Athena. The columns have been preserved to this day, while the sculptures inside represent the pinnacle of Greek art.


Southern Italy

Then there is the romantic vision of southern Italy. In particular, the Italian “shoe”. Lecce, sometimes called “South Florence”, is home to a baroque monument featuring elaborate and grand design. These include the Church of the Holy Cross, built in 1353, and the Cathedral of Lees, built in 1144 – and many more. Locorotondo is located near Lees. The city is famous for its wines and the historic center from which it is named, “Round Place” – where white buildings formed in a circle contain thin walkways. There are also trulli houses, round houses with round roofs, similar to towers.

Southern Italy

The town of Martina Franca is also located in “Schuh”. After being completely surrounded by the city, there were only a few intricately carved walls and four gates. The atmosphere here is one of the most beautiful cities that is still rooted in the aesthetics of the past. Northern Italy may be the most visited, but southern Italy shines with its own location and serenity.