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Beautiful beaches, delicious food and magical atmosphere: these are the three fundamental components of the highly cherished Mediterranean summer.

From Greece to Italy, from France to Turkey, many are the hidden gems this stretch of sea gifts its visitors with.

Let’s explore together some of the unique sights, spots and experiences travelers can enjoy in this enchanted area of the world.

  • A Place: Spetses Saronic island encapsulated between the Greek mainland and the tip of the Peloponnese, Spetses has had its cosmopolitan magical image depicted by the national and international jet-set. Beautiful and charming location where to spend a summer gateway

  • An Artistic Exhibit: Taormina Film Fest From Francis Ford Coppola to Nicole Kiddman, from Federico Fellini to Robert De Niro, every year since 1954 the marvelous Sicilian city of Taormina hosts the Taormina Film Festival, granting a week full of art, passion and beauty. With a distant tune of waves shattering on the shore, under the stars, overlooking the bay and its majesty, the volcano Etna, Taormina Film Festival’s attendants are able to experience a moment of catharsis between art and nature.

  • An Hotel: Amanruya Resort, Bodrum Enclosed between cypresses and the turquoise sea, this village-like resort offers its guests a quiet escape where to recharge body and soul from the frenetic turmoil of the ordinary.

  • A Beach Club: Casa Pacha

Located in the enchanting Playa de Migjorn, Casa Pacha embodies in its minimalist, yet elegant structure Formentera’s spirit, where wilderness and class coexist in perfect balance. This chic chiringuito offers its visitors the possibility to enjoy great food and drinks, while soaking up the Balearic sun and relaxing on the beach.

Tip: order a jar of Sangria Blanca…you won’t regret it.

  • A Gastronomical Experience: Restaurant 360° Dubrovnik Inspired by Croatian and Mediterranean flavors, Restaurant 360° offers a Michelin starred menu filled with exquisite choices to savor on the amiable terrace stretching along medieval walls that surmount the historical center of Dubrovnik and its harbor.

  • A Club: Le Caves du Roy

Since the 1960s, Le Caves du Roy has been the emblem of St. Tropez nightlife.

From Kate Moss to Cher, from Elthon John to Jack Nicholson, many have been and

still are the famous and non- nightclubbers who decide to spend the night here at the rhythm of music.

A piece written by Valentina Scarlata

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