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More modest in size compared to the nearby Majorca Island, Menorca and its waters in the Mediterranean can be toured via glass-bottomed cruises that you could generally find at the harbor beside the ferry terminal.

Following the route Martimias de la Cruz is highly recommended, in which you could pay €35 if you wish to dive the North Coast’s protected Marine Reserve as well as the underwater caverns, caves and ship wrecks. Get a glimpse of this slideshow video of ViajarSolo.com to see more of Menorca cruises.
 

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Coast on Guernsey Island

 

 

Included in the Channel Islands, the gorgeous islands of Guernsey are surprisingly near France, and this little fact is evidently embedded into its culture.
 
When you visit this part of the English Channel, you will definitely appreciate a bilingual community that fluently speaks both English and French. Aside from this, you’d see a hint of French background through the French street names and a tad of French cuisines in both restaurant and homemade cooking.
 
Daily Mail UK travel writer Jo Kessel had the opportunity to travel to Guernsey, and see the unquestionable splendor that its islands boast of (“Guernsey Glamour: Picturesque Pathways, Potato Peel Pie and even Jenson Button”). It came as a surprise to her to see that it is only of late when an upmarket hotel was constructed on the island.
 
Below is a short excerpt of her recent article:
 
 
The boutique Old Government House in the heart of St. Peter Port was last year promoted from four to five stars… Oozing with character and elegant opulence, it’s a far cry from how it might have been when used as the official governor’s residence back in 1796. Lavish crystal chandeliers hang at every twist and turn… Walls of labyrinthine corridors are covered in beaded fabric, with nooks and crannies filled with antiques.
 
Check out the rest of her fairly interesting article, and you would absolutely be enticed as well to visit Guernsey!
 

So start planning your trip to the gorgeous Guernsey Islands today!

 

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