Europe Honeymoon Favourites
Honeymooners can do and see lots of things in the province of Málaga and the Costa del Sol. There are hundreds of cultural and leisure activities. On the beach, in the wilderness, on the coast or in the hinterland, you will find all you need for a great holiday.
Honeymooning in Málaga Province and Costa del Sol is seeing beautiful landscapes, tasting delicious food, and experiencing the warmth of people. It’s also discovering a rich cultural heritage, fabulous beaches and coastal sites, and charming hinterland villages.
Paris has a reputation for being one of the most romantic and cultural cities in the world, and with good reason. No one knows how to enjoy the balance of life – the simple things and the finer things in life – more fully than Parisians. There are lessons for any traveler in the art of love and life on the streets of Paris.
It’s hard to imagine anything more romantic than standing on the steps of the Basilica du Sacre-Coeur on the summit of Montmartre and looking down at the whole city center with the Eiffel Tower looking back up at you. Continuing through Montmartre, one of the oldest and most storied neighborhoods of Paris, take a walk down Rue Saint-Martin. You will pass many cafés and likely hear the voice of Edith Piaf, lamenting life and love, pouring from the doorway.
Paris’ cultural wealth is found in its museums, music, arts, festivals, and historic landmarks. The Louvre, Musée Picasso, Musée Rodin, Musée du Montparnasse, Musée Cluny, and Musée d’Orsay are just a few of the city’s highlights. One can spend a week at the Louvre alone. The Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame de Paris and Opéra Garnier are also cultural landmarks that are well known the world over for their beauty, artistry, and cultural significance.
Just to sit in a café and watch lovers walk by hand-in-hand is the experience of a lifetime, but Paris has so much more to offer. Oh-la-la, mais oui, you will want to come back time and again.
Rome offers all year long good weather and some of the most delicious food in the world combined with awe inspiring attractions makes for a fantastic place for couple to enjoy some romantic time together. Rome has scores of beautiful romantic lanes, restaurants and parks, and wandering between these arm-in-arm is a romantic experience in itself.
One of the most famous attractions in Rome, the Trevi Fountain is an excellent place to visit while on a romantic break in the city.
For romantic surroundings and spell binding views head to the Piazza del Campidoglio, situated at the top of Capitoline hill, you can see the 3 buildings, main staircases and the paving all designed by Michelangelo and completed 4 centuries after the initial designs were created. The square is especially beautiful at night and great for couples to enjoy together.
Romantic activities in Rome don’t have to cost the earth, indeed some of the best things to do can be very cheap. Enjoying a delicious gelato, the Italian version of ice cream whilst strolling hand in hand through Romes cobbled streets can be more romantic than any of the bigger tourist attractions.
It is the island with the most beautiful sunsets, the most incredible views on the very deep blue of the Aegean Sea. Visit Santorini and share with us the most well-kept secrets of the island. Santorini has black-sand beaches, archetypal Cycladic architecture and the archaeological wonders of Akrotiri and ancient Thira.
Whether it’s the mesmerising view, the wild scenery, the laid back atmosphere, the white cavehouses or the endless blue below…there is a certain magic that can’t be described. It can’t be captured in words or photographs and it can’t be reproduced elsewhere in the world. It is unique. It is the endearing, mystical charm of Santorini.
Santorini is a place out of the fairy-tales. Elven sunsets, azure waters, sands of a myriad colors, quaint whitewashed houses with blue tops. The perfect romantic place that will earn you super brownie points from your partner. The volcano, the villages, everything here will keep you from budging from this picture perfect place.
Be swept away by romantic Venice. With its gondola rides, opera and lavish baroque buildings, Venice oozes romance from every piazza, bridge and canal.
There’s nothing more romantic than punting slowly past beautiful baroque and Renaissance buildings. Pick up a gondola at any of the main bridges – the Rialto or Accademia. Just look out for the driver’s boater hat and striped shirt. See romantic Venice through the eyes of one of the world’s most famous lovers, Casanova. Sip wine at Do Spade bar on Calle de Spade, near the Rialto Bridge, where he met his lovers. Or visit the Doge’s Palace, his prison home until he escaped.
Wonder at the sheer scale of the domes of the Basilica San Marco and the ornate Doge’s Palace on Venice’s romantic central square. Wander between the arcades past street orchestras to Caffè Florian for tea on the terrace. Catch the Grand Canal light up at sunset from the majestic, 16th century Rialto Bridge. Meander past its archway shops selling handmade gifts. Walk over the wooden Accademia Bridge for a romantic afternoon’s browsing of contemporary art at the Peggy Guggenheim museum.