The But will have heard about Padstow - a charming fishing town in an amazing area of spectacular seaside scenery and long golden beaches. Padstow is a thriving holiday town where tourists flock for the natural beauty and quaint Cornish way of life. There are plenty of great places to stay in and around Padstow.
Known for its famous paella and the fresh oranges that grow just outside the city, it also has numerous sights for visitors who love architecture and old towns. Beyond the historical buildings, the futuristic structures of the City of Arts and Sciences provide an interesting contrast.
It is truly one of the most mesmerizingly beautiful, natural travel destinations in the world.
UK travellers It's an incredibly beautiful, but small, country attached to the United Kingdom. Wales has a lot to offer for nature lovers from the mountain top wildernesses of Snowdonia National Park, to wildlife rich estuaries, and thick pockets of native forests to the wild expanses of the Brecon Beacons. But perhaps one of the country's most beautiful areas for a vacation is Pembrokeshire in the South West of the country. This is a little populated region with some of the most stunning coastline you are ever likely to see anywhere in the world.
Traveling doesn't always mean visiting tourist attractions. It can also be time away from the hustle and bustle of the city to relax, rejuvenate, and re-align. There has been a huge boost in wellness tourism over the last few decades. This list of the 5 best spa destinations around the world aims to give you an idea of the places you can start looking into if you feel that your life is starting to go haywire.
1. Rancho La Puerta in Baja California, Mexico
Built in 1940, Rancho La Puerta has become the oldest spa in Northern America. Because its location is nowhere near the noise of the city, you will already feel the calming atmosphere surround you as you go deeper into the area.