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Irrespective of your love for the sea, the countryside or ancient villages, we present you 7 exclusive destinations where you can travel for the upcoming holidays.


Haven’t made up your mind on your travel destination for Easter? You are most definitely in the right place. Whatever your choice of destination is from countryside, to beach or an extraordinary UNESCO-listed location, we’ve got the perfect idea her for you.

Here are 7 selected travel destinations around Europe to escape somewhere surrounded by nature and design during the coming holidays:

Our first point of stop will be SoHo Farmhouse in the United Kingdom.  This resort is made of a country chic refurbished farmhouse from 1700s, Forties wooden bungalows, and a cottage. Around the resort, a hundred acres of green fields and creeks, to discover horse-riding, with a boat tour simply to admire from your room or from the Spa. The perfect retreat for those dreaming of a countryside holiday.

Soho Farmhouse

Soho Farmhouse1

Still in baptism with the British Countryside but slightly eastern, is our second destination. We would like to recommend to you for this Easter holiday, the Reydon Grove – a minimal accommodation signed by Norm Architects. The surroundings are all to explore, from the nearby farm to Aldeburgh, an evocative fishing village on the North Sea.

Reydon Grove 1

Reydon Grove

If you choose to spend your Easter Holiday on the beach and in Italy, Pantelleria Island is your ideal destination. Sikelia Luxury Resort, a luxury property made from dammusi – typical local constructions made of molten rock is waiting for you.  The resort has twenty spacious and comfortable suites in a local-chic style. The perfect atmosphere to feel regenerated, a few steps away from the Mediterranean and the wild nature typical of the Eolie Islands.

Pantelleria Island 1

Pantelleria Island

If for this Easter Holiday, you want a little bit if change as change is the only constant thing in life, then Greece could be another optimal solution. Have a taste of experience at Andronikos Suite Hotel, Santorini, one of the most beautiful islands in the Aegean Sea. Located in Imerovogli, one of the best spots on the island, the hotel sits on the Skaros promontory, right on a cliff edge. Its style is a modern version of the typical houses of the island. Watching the sunset from the Caldera is a must.



Let’s stay in Greece and move towards one of the wildest areas of the Peloponnesus, Mani Island. This is the perfect place if you wish to spend this Easter somewhere warm. The surrounding landscape is stark and mountainous, dotted with ancient defense towers made of stone. One of these has been transformed into an elegant boutique hotel, Tainaron Blue Resort. Here you will find contemporary interiors and absolute relax, especially from the infinity pool overlooking the Mediterranean.



Thinking of Holiday in an evocative historic location? We have two options for you. Let’s start from Matera, Italy, the city of stones recently declared part of the World Heritage by UNESCO. To fully enjoy the unique charm of its geologic shape, we do like to suggest an exclusive hotel, ‘La Dimora di Metello.’ It gives an intimate and minimalistic obtained from the typical natural tuff caves and decorated with a contemporary touch. A magic encounter between past and present.



Our last destination from our selection for Easter Holidays is likewise charming. Let’s move to the centre of France, in the Loire valley, where you will be able to book a room into a former medieval monastery, also considered a world Heritage site by UNESCO. This is Fontevraud-I’Abbaye, 80km from Tours airport. This is a smack village that becomes lively during Easter thanks to religious ceremonies, shows and exhibitions. This boutique hotel has a strategic location to visit the lovely surrounding and, at the same time, relax in an atmosphere of ascetic simplicity.



SCOPRI DI PIU’ – A French monastery transformed in boutique hotel.

Photo source: Nicolas Matheus, Matteo Imbriani, Akis Paraskevopoulous, George Messaritakis

Written by Eromosele Patrick Eidusi

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