Costa Del Sol

Overview of Costa Del Sol
Costa Del Sol is a region is Southern Spain, in the province of Malaga south of the Mediterranean coast. Costa Del Sol is between the provinces of Granada and Cadiz and borders the provinces of Seville and Cordoba in the north. The Costa Del Sol has converted itself into a key international tourist destination. The city also offers luxury and glamour which takes advantage of the frequent presence of the film stars.

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Things to do in Costa Del Sol

Valderrama Golf Course
Valderrama Golf Course is the yardstick by which all other golf courses in Europe are measured.
Puerto Banus
Puerto Banus is one of Europe’s most celebrated and glamorous leisure ports and any visitor to Costa Del Sol is advised to have some time and visit the port.
Picasso Museum
Picasso Museum is a world-class museum celebrating the city?s most famous son.
Selwo Adventure
At the Selwo Adventure, the tourists get chance of meeting animals from five continents as they roam this huge park in Estepona.
Frigiliana
Frigiliana is one of the best kept traditional white-washed villages in Spain.
Nerja Caves
This is the second most popular after the Alhambra.
Mistral Beach
This beach is considered to be a very ideal place for the Cool, young families flock here for the beach bar and watersports.
Climate in Costa Del Sol
Costa Del Sol experiences a mild type of climate. This type of climate makes Costa Del Sol an ideal destination for the tourists throughout the summer and the winter. The coastline of the Costa Del Sol is sheltered by hills and mountains. During the summer period, the sun is hottest and the temperature normally does not fall below 30 degrees Celsius. The winters are normally very mild and the temperature reaches around 20 degrees during the day and around 10 degrees at night.

Iceland

Overview of Iceland
Iceland is sometimes also referred to as the Republic of Iceland. Iceland is located at the juncture of the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans and has a population of 325,671 and a total area of 103,000 km making it one of the most sparsely populated countries in Europe. It is also the Europe’s second largest island after Great Britain. It is also known to be the first country in the world to have a political party formed and led entirely by women. This country is also known to have a free-market economy with relatively low taxes compared to other OECD nations.
Things to do in Iceland

The Grindavik
The natural spa costs around 29 to 141 euros depending what package you go for but you can easily stay there all day as they have a selection of eateries including a pool-side cafe and the more extravagant Lava restaurant.
Langjokull glacier
Visitors can get amazing day trips with specialist 4×4 drivers who will take you to seemingly unreachable places around the Langjokull glacier.
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Thingvellir National Park
This really is a once in a lifetime opportunity as the Silfra in the Thingvellir National Park is the only place in the world where you can swim between two tectonic plates.

Gullfoss waterfall
This is located at the farthest point of the golden circle, an area which offers several natural wonders. It is Iceland’s most beautiful and popular waterfall.
Geyser geothermal field
From gurgling pools to the erupting geysers, the landscape is alive with steaming activity.

Climate in Iceland
Iceland enjoys a much milder climate. The summer season is when tourists mainly flock Iceland is from late May to early September. During summer period tourists are normally advised to bring a windbreaker, rainwear, a thick pullover and sturdy walking shoes. The winter season is the abode of long nights, and severe winter storms.

Dublin

Dublin (Ireland) Overview of Dublin
Dublin which is the capital city of Ireland is in the province of Leinster which is on the east coast. Dublin is located at the mouth of the River Liffey and encompasses a land area of approximately 115 km2. The city of Dublin is famous for its beautiful scenery and famous sites, making it one of the most popular travel destinations. Dublin city is administered by the city council. The city is also a historical and contemporary center for education, the arts, administration, economy and industry. Dublin suffered a period of political and economic decline during the 19th century following the Act of Union 1800.
Dublin
Things to do in Dublin
The Dublin Pass
The Dublin Pass will bring together the best of Dublin’s attractions and services in one complete package.
Wild Wick low Tour
During your Wick low tour, you will get a chance to enjoy spectacular views of the mountains, lakes and streams on a bus journey along a mountain-hugging road.
The Guinness Storehouse
This is one of Dublin?s most popular tourist attractions.
Kilmainham Gaol Historical Museum
This is the museum where the leaders of the1916 Rising were held and then executed by firing squad, an act which galvanized Irish public opinion at the time and eventually led to the Irish War of Independence a few years later.

Tour the County Clare by train
Experience the lunar landscape of Burren and dramatic coastal views from the Cliffs of Moher on your tour to County Clare.
Tour the Cork by train

On your tour to Country Cork you will get a chance to uncover the stories of the millions of Irish emigrants who set sail from Cobh to make new lives in America.

Climate in Dublin
The city of Dublin experiences a maritime type of climate with mild winters, cool summers, and a lack of temperature extremes. The average maximum January temperature is 8.8 ?C, while the average maximum July temperature is 20.2 ?C. Dublin also experiences long summer days and short winter days. Strong Atlantic winds are most common in autumn.