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Lugano is a town in the south of Switzerland, in the Italian-speaking canton of Ticino, which borders Italy. The city lies on Lake Lugano and its warm summers, and the fact that in recent years it has attracted an ever growing number of celebrities, entertainers and successful athletes has given it the nickname of the "Monte Carlo of Switzerland".
Rapperswil-Jona is a municipality in the Wahlkreis (constituency) of See-Gaster in the canton of St. Gallen in Switzerland. Rapperswil is located on the east shore of Lake Zurich. It is sometimes referred to as Rappi.
Abersoch is situated on the Llyn Peninsula in North Wales Caernarfonshire district and has become a very popular village seaside resort. Great beaches, internationally recognised sailing waters, pleasant climate and beautiful scenery, all set in the heartland of the Welsh language - provide a special combination.
Brodick is a town on the eastern side of the Isle of Arran. The main road across the island runs from Brodick to Blackwaterfoot on the west side. The Isle of Arran is located an hour ferry's ride from Ardrossan, not far from Glasgow. The island has 10 peaks over 600m and a coastal road. The main city is Brodick, which has a castle.
Blakeney is a small village on the north coast of Norfolk UK in an area of outstanding natural beauty and remains largely untouched by the pace and commercialism of modern life. The village is recorded in King William's Domesday Book of 1086 under the name Esnuterle, later known as Snitterley. By 1240 the haven in the lee of the shingle ridge was known as Blakeney, and this became the name of the village.
Atami is a city located in the eastern end of Shizuoka, Japan. Atami is located on a partially submerged volcanic caldera. The name literally means "hot ocean", a reference to the town's famous onsen hot springs. The city includes the offshore island of Hatsushima.
The central West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand is a place where the mountains stand tall, the rivers run deep and the ocean goes as far as the eye can see. A haven of sorts, full of history and tradition bordered by New Zealand's famous rain forests. Where you can walk the beaches, hike and bike the heritage gold field trails. Where you can fish trout in the rivers, boat on the lakes and where there's flair for fun and adventure And a hundred and one other things to see and do.
Orewa Beach is a beautiful stretch of white sand. Sometimes the sea murmurs, and sometimes it roars. You see kids building sandcastles as high as themselves, and a lone fisherman dreaming of Marlin. Walk up to the lookout above the beach in the morning and see the sunlight break over the waves and cliffs.
Moerbisch with its 2,300 inhabitants lies between the easternmost slope of the Ruster hill landscape and the Neusiedlersee lake. Moerbisch is another town in the state of Burgenland in Austria. It lies between Neusiedler See Lake and the easternmost slope of the Ruster hill landscape.
Discover the main monuments, our beaches, our traditional Provençal market, our museums, the bay, the mount Faron (you can reach the summit by cable car)… You can visit the bay and come near the naval base where you may see the aircraft carrier Charles de Gaulle. From Toulon, you can take ferries to Corsica or to Rome.