Check out these incredible places with amazing views. Colors like you have never seen before lead to the best vacation experience.

Gozo, Malta

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A chain of islands hugging the coast of Sicily, this Italian island’s evenings are an array of vibrant colors. Gozo holds some of the oldest churches in the world and has a slow-paced, quiet experience. Head south of Italy for a relaxing escape and an incredible view.

Oia, Greece

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Santorini is famous for it’s white houses on the Grecian hills. What Oia is a photogenic town, with  a maze of small shops, restaurants and cafes. It even has remnants from back in the day when Oia actually was a quiet village. Today it is more of a lively area with a fun party atmosphere.

Asilah, Morocco

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This seaside town in the northwest area of Morocco is a wonderful little destination that provides a taste of Spain mixed with Moroccan culture. This town has amazing local artwork and can be explored in full by foot. Check out the shops, the beach and all of the quaint aspects of Asilah.

Far de Cavalleria, Es Mercadal, Spain

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Beautiful red sands and rocky terrains that lead to a lookout point with amazing views and then steps down the the beach. Beautiful red sands.  There are many beautiful fish and obviously the best sunset experiences. The area also has a lighthouse that is worth visiting- this is the place to escape.

Jökulsárlón, Iceland

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In the southeast area of Iceland, there are glacier lagoons filled with large chunks of ice. This ice lagoon has become one of Iceland’s most popular attractions due to its immense beauty and is called Jökulsárlón, or Glacier’s-River-Lagoon. It has a nearby black beach called the Diamond Beach, because the ice chunks lying on it resemble diamonds glistening in the sun.

Cape Town, South Africa

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Cape Town is the port city on South Africa’s southwest coast, sitting on a peninsula beneath the amazing Table Mountain. Cable cars that rotate climb to the mountain’s flat top, where there are sweeping views of the city. The harbor is busy and it has boats heading for Robben Island, a museum that shows the prison that once held Nelson Mandela,

Culburra Beach, Australia

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Culburra is a small seaside town and a popular for fishing and surfing location. Famous for it’s seafood, including oysters and shrimp, it’s an amazing place to grab inner. It has two amazing surf beaches, Culburra Beach and Warrain Beach. The town has a local soccer team and festivals throughout the  year.

Phuket Island, Thailand

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Phuket is an amazing beach destinations, with white sands, beautiful palm trees and a great town to explore. Phuket has more than 30 amazing beaches to explore. Patong Beach, Kata, Karon and Kamala have both a romantic and tropical atmosphere.

Croyde, United Kingdom

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Croyde, North Devon, England, is a magical location with lovely sandy beaches and epic scenery. The quaint village has old-world charm with input into the area that has a great surfing community and awesome beaches.

Malecon, La Habana, Cuba

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Malecón’s atmosphere is incredible at sunset when the yellow light shines on buildings of Centro Habana. This area is incredible for Cuban tradition and incredible experiences.

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