Category: Beaches

The five most impressive islands of Honduras

Honduras has an incomparable natural beauty, paradisiacal beaches, virgin nature, archaeological remains… One of its biggest attractions is its islands, and in Diario del Viajero we have chosen the five most impressive islands in the country, do not miss it !. Roatan, Bay Islands Roatán is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the […]

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The best beach in Europe is in Spain

Last year, La Concha beach, already won this award. Three other Spanish beaches have been awarded at the European level in the 2018 edition. While Grace Bay Beach in the Turks and Caicos Islands has the honor of being the best beach in the world. Once again, Travelers’Choice® Beaches awards have chosen the best beaches […]

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Madrid also has a beach and gets its first blue flag

Spain remains in the first world position of blue flags and has twelve more than last year. Next summer Spain will wear a total of 696 blue flags on beaches, sustainable tourist boats, and marinas. Even a beach in Madrid has obtained its first blue flag. Madrid does have a beach, in fact, it just […]

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Pedernales, the ecological paradise of the Dominican Republic

This region is known for its magnificent beaches and for its wild nature, and it is one of the most important Tourist Poles of the Dominican Republic. Flint Pedernales has committed to ecotourism thanks to its natural beauty and the fact that it is a non-mass destination. Pedernales was created in 1957, segregated from the […]

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Getaway to Isla on the occasion of the Lobster Days of Astuy

If we add an exceptional product like lobster to the beauty of the surroundings, we already have the perfect excuse to get closer to enjoying a getaway to Isla on the occasion of the Lobster Days of Astley . For eleven years, the Astuy hotel celebrates the Lobster Days with a very tasty tasting Menu […]

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La Graciosa is officially the eighth inhabited island of the Canary Islands

When we talk about the Canary Islands there are people who stay with the seven major islands and forget the Chinijo Archipelago. That’s where La Graciosa is, which is officially the eighth inhabited island of the Canary Islands. Small but beautiful and of incomparable beauty. This week the General Commission of the Autonomous Communities of […]

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