Italy has always been a popular honeymoon destination. It provides a romantic backdrop to any trip, together with its fantastic climate, rich history and breath-taking scenery.If you are looking for the perfect honeymoon villas in Tuscany Beach Coast and Maremma, look no further just take a look at our collection of beautiful honeymoon villas. We can arrange for chaffeur service, shopping at the house, a cook for an evening meal, and even a masseur.
Many couples are looking forward to their honeymoon in a distant location. One of the best experiences for celebrating a honeymoon is by getting close to the sea. The beauty of the beach along with the serene location is the best place for the couples to be together and bond. Here are some great beach honeymoon destinations in Europe.
Once honeymooning in Tuscany Beaches, you will understand why so many artists have made its landscape their permanent canvas. Florence is the capital of Tuscany Beach and has been called the “jewel in the crown of the Renaissance”. It is a romantic destination of its own. Whether you marvel at the amazing architecture, art and history in Florence, stroll the cobblestone streets of Siena or meander through the Chianti region indulging in a wine tour, you will not be disappointed with the Tuscany Beach region.
The Amalfi Coast is connected by one of the most scenic roads in Italy. As you make your way along the coastal road, the shoreline glistens with cobalt blue waters and is accentuated with olive trees, wine vineyards and lemon groves. With each twist and turn, you will marvel at the dramatic coastline dotted with the glamorous seaside resorts of Sorrento, Positano, Amalfi and Ravello, just to name a few.
This may seem like an unusual suggestion on a honeymoon destination list, but after listening to an episode of The Amateur Traveler that was all about Sicily, I think it’s probably the ideal honeymoon spot for people who want to experience more of the “real” Italy – the more intense Italy – and, perhaps even more important, those who want to escape the crowds.he Sicily podcast interviewed Madeline Jhawar, who used to be a tour guide in Italy and who spent her own honeymoon in Sicily. She points out that it’s where tour guides in Italy go on vacation, and if there’s a better endorsement than that, I don’t know of one. Sicily is the biggest island in the Mediterranean and enjoys warm weather all year long in fact, it’s downright stifling in summer, so it’s a great spot for a fall or winter honeymoon.
Barleycove is a gorgeous beach in Ireland. Couples who wish to have a secluded honeymoon spot far from the crowds can choose this location with its few notable attractions like the rolling waves, sand dunes and lovely sand. The surrounding areas are interesting with sand dunes and lagoons. You may also get to watch herring gulls, swans and cormorants. Explore the nearby villages Coleen and Crookhaven for a change.
Marbella Beach lovers who want to be seen and see around choose this little resort town for their honeymoon. Situated on the southern coast of Spain, it has miles and miles of sandy, sunny beaches, casinos and the glamorous cosmopolitan crowd. Enjoy sunbathing with your partner or indulge in various other sporting activities by the sea as long as you wish.