Surrounded by crystal clear waters, Sardinia is home to rich, diverse landscapes, and archeological remains of the Roman era. Located in the northeastern part of the island and nestled in a quiet bay, the town of Olbia is an ideal starting point for visitors to discover the Costa Smeralda and Costa Gallura.
Geneva, world-capital of the "Haute Horlogerie" (watchmaking) is an attractive city in both summer and winter. Its lake, shopping stores, and Swiss landscape make Geneva an ideal summer destination, while its proximity with the Alps and Jura slopes makes this town a practical arrival location to access the many French or swiss skiing resorts in the winter.
Queen of the nightlife, and star of the Balearic islands, Ibiza belongs to the most sought-after summer destinations. Known for its glamorous life and its unparalleled parties, Ibiza rapidly became the number one destination in Europe for private jets. Stay at the Gran Hotel on the Marina Botafoch and dine at the Downtown Ibiza or at Lio.
Gstaad region offers many activities for visitors in search of winter sensations. 220km of slopes, a glacier at 3000 meters, fun parks, and freestyle elements are few of the perks of spending a winter vacation in Gstaad. The ski resort is divided into 10 different villages located at different altitudes (between 1000 and 1400 meters).
Cannes is the perfect mix of glamorous, luxury and trendy which makes it a very popular summer destination. Thanks to the Film Festival and its worldwide reputation, jet set, and tourist come from all corners of the world to stay in its luxury hotels and experience its dining scene.
Located in the Swiss region of Valais, at an altitude of 1500 m, Verbier is one of the most popular ski resorts in Switzerland. Part of the 4 valleys and renowned for the quality of its slopes, skiers can enjoy over 400 km of slopes along with activities such as cross-country skiing and snowshoe trails.
Located in the south of Corsica, Porto-Vecchio is one of the three major cities of the island. Every year, the city attracts visitors for its beautiful beaches - such as the famous Cala Rossa, Palombaggia and Santa Giula - wild landscapes, and authentic architecture.
Located on the extreme south of the island, on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, Bonifacio’s ancient houses and citadel reminds visitors of the city’s rich history. A collection of sandy bays and secret coves, accessible by boats have made Bonifacio a famous summer destination.