The Amalfi Coast is a 30 mile stretch of stunning emerald waters and little villages on the coastline of Italy. The Amalfi Coast is the perfect setting for a luxurious holiday, and imagine exploring this stunning coastline on a superyacht. The main town on this exceptional stretch of coastline boasts a selection of colourful buildings sitting on the edge of a cliff side, with views of the fishing port and beach below. The town is a history lover's paradise, with a rich history of Roman myths, wealthy nobles, and maritime trade. The scenery is breathtaking, but the food is even harder to beat.
Italian Restaurant to Try: Eolo Via Mauro Comite 3, 84011, Amalfi, Italy +39 089 871241
Corsica is a hugely popular island located in-between the South of France and Sardinia. It is an area of outstanding natural beauty, and with 200 beaches along the 1,000 kilometre coastline it is not hard to understand why Corsica is on our list. Visit the Bouches de Bonifacio, the largest nature reserve in France, and try scuba diving. See if you can spot the rainbow wrasse or the silver bream. If you are after natural beauty in a stunning seaside setting, visit the enchanting Ajaccio.
French Restaurant to Try: L'an Faim 7 Montee Rastello. Marina Near st Erasme Church, 20169 Bonifacio, Corsica, France +33 4 95 73 09 10
Malta boasts a stunningly scenic coastline, with spectacular cliffs, a rich history and sparkling bays. The Blue Lagoon on the island of Comino is a must see, with crystal clear waters and white sands. A holiday in the Maltese waters is utterly luxurious, Malta's Sister Isle of Gozo oozes charm and untouched scenic beauty. Gozo's scenery is dotted with historic churches and a rugged coastline.
Restaurant to Try: Dinner in the Sky 126 Archbishop Street, Valletta, Island of Malta VLT 1444, Malta +356 9998 8835
Croatia boasts over a thousand kilometres of stunning green coastline, and over a thousand islands. Visit the exceptional city of Dubrovnik for a spot of shopping and see the beautifully historic Split. A top spot to visit is the fishing harbour of Rovinj (pictured above). Rovinj, also called 'Little Venice' is a stunningly scenic gem, located on a little peninsula on the west coast of the Istrian peninsula.
Restaurant to Try: Zori Pakleni Otoci | Palmizana 19, Hvar, Hvar Island 21450, Croatia +385 21 744 904
When you picture Greece the image that inevitably pops into your head are white-washed houses, dotted along a cliffside. The deep blue sea that glistens beneath matches the colour of the buildings. The Cyclades are the islands that offer this vision. Mykonos and Santorini are the most popular. Experience utterly breathtaking views of the Mediterrenean from the cliffside of Oia. Oia's hillside is dotted with stunning boutique restaurants to relax and eat delicious Greek cuisine. Naxos, Milos and Paros are all a tad quieter, all unique and beautiful. In the south, Folegandros offers more rugged scenery. to the south is the tiny island of Sikinos, with a population of under 300, she is still little-visited. In the north is Kea, Kythos and Andros, dotted with oak forests, rugged landscapes and hot springs. You can really get it all from the Cyclades; luxury, history, beauty and adventure.
Restaurant to Try: La Maison Imerovigli 84700, Greece +30 2286 025649