Between monasteries on Mount Athos lies one of Greece’s most refined, authentic destinations, an inspired atmosphere where nature reigns supreme and dining gives pride of place to the catch of the day.
At the crossroads between stories and natural gifts, we discovered Zornitza, a little bit of Tuscany in the southeastern part of Europe. Located in Bulgaria, between beautiful hills blessed with mild Mediterranean climate and sandy soils, this young family estate has it all.
Taubenkobel is a family affair. And it feels like it every step of the way. Three generations of Austrian and Austrian-adopted blending of the old and the new into a perfect puzzle of today’s values.
For a romantic getaway a few kilometers from Verona, the ageless city of lovers since the days of Romeo and Juliet, Villa Cordevigo is the ideal retreat. This 17th-century episcopal palace, nestling in an Italian-style garden, is the quintessence of la dolce vita.
A 30-minute drive from Bilbao, overlooking the Natural Biosphere Reserve of Urdaibai, sits the majestic Castillo de Arteaga. A neogothic, fortified tower brought to life by Napoleon III back in the 19th century, shaped today as a one-of-a-kind hospitality story.
Buried in the Dolomites massif in Italy, at an altitude of nearly 1,700 metres, Terra - The Magic Place establishment bears its name well. In this exceptional hotel-restaurant nestled in the mountains, the Schneider family has created a family cocoon in which cuisine blends with nature.
Just a few kilometres away from the ocean, at a crossroad between tradition and modernity, sits Auberge Basque, one of the most prominent gastronomic destinations on the French side of The Basque Country.
The smallest 5-star hotel in the Italian Alps is probably also the coziest boutique place to keep in mind for a couple getaway. Everywhere you look is all about the perfect balance between romance, amazing nature and design with character.
Placed in a historic area of the city, Le Bistrot Français is like a journey back in time, at the beginning of the 20th century, when Bucharest was called “The Little Paris”.