Fiskardo – Kefalonia’s protected child

Fiskardo is a pic­turesque  Greek har­bour vil­lage on the North­ern tip of Kefalo­nia. The largest and wildest of the seven Ionian islands. I have spent 2 hours in Fiskardo but it was enough to con­vince me to put it on my agenda and write about it.  It is a small vil­lage. But the only one… 

What to expect when you arrive unexpected in Corfu Old Town, Greece 

I haven’t been writ­ing for a long time now, but I have a really good excuse :): I have been and am work­ing as a ski instruc­tor, which means stay­ing in the cold for hours, being lazy after, sleep­ing long and more. So bare with me, I am back with GREECE, sum­mer, sun, won­der­ful islands and… 

Make art not war, Fábrica Braço from Lisbon

A for­mer weapons fac­tory, now a fac­tory of art and music events. Where ? In Lis­bon, Por­tu­gal. Fábrica Braço de Prata, a suc­cess of turn­ing war into art.  It is one of the most impor­tant cul­tural hubs of the cap­i­tal of Por­tu­gal. It is a 20 min­utes train ride from Lis­bon sta­tion Sete Rios. The… 

Cascais, in late autumn

In this post, I will present you Cas­cais, with lit­tle words and more pic­tures. A few facts about this for­mer fish­er­man vil­lage: Cas­cais is a cos­mopoli­tan coastal town on the Atlantic, in Por­tu­gal, 30 km west from Lis­bon. Sit­u­ated within the Nat­u­ral Park of Sin­tra-Cas­cais, Cas­cais was awarded the”QualityCoast Gold” prize in 2016 because of… 

One of the Seven Wonders of Portugal

This post is about one of the Seven Won­ders of Por­tu­gal: The Pena Palace. The Palace of Pena is the most impor­tant ele­ment in the cul­tural land­scape of Sin­tra, acknowl­edge by UNESCO as World Her­itage of uni­ver­sal value since1995. It is also inte­grated into the Net­work of Euro­pean Royal Res­i­dences since 2013. Where is it At 40… 

The timeless flea market in Barão de São João

(lis­ten to the live music played in the mar­ket, that made peo­ple gather from all over and dance) Algarve has a lot of flea mar­kets and they are famous for their bar­gains. But if you dream of the Sun­day in which you would wan­der the streets of a flea mar­ket, full of col­ors, good music, peo­ple…

The beaches of Castelejo and Cordorama in the Algarve

Don’t they say “Save the best for last?” Well in my case, after see­ing many beaches on the Mediter­ranean coast, I thought there would be lit­tle left to sur­prise me. But I was wrong. The beaches of Castelejo and Cor­do­rama from the Algarve are besides beau­ti­ful, one of the wildest I have ever seen. Here they are:… 

The End of the world – made in Portugal

The story and his­tory You know for many peo­ple The End of the World is a point in time. In Por­tu­gal it is a place. It is that point on the map you put your fin­ger on and 1/3 of the fin­ger stays on the con­ti­nent and the 2/3 falls into the ocean. The Cape of St. Vin­cent…

Benagil – is as magic as they say

How did the day start Where should I start with my day at Benagil? Do you think it mat­ters I just cel­e­brated the day with a good fish din­ner and loads of white wine in a local restau­rant? But I don’t want to start with the end. Let’s start with the begin­ning. Where is Benagil and… 

Postcards from Algarve, or my first encounter with the Atlantic

This is me being over­whelmed with the beauty of the Por­tu­gal coast. I just couldn’t help post­ing a few pic­tures. I hope you enjoy them. I will come back with a story later, but for now, we have Sun­set in Algarve for din­ner!   Thank you for read­ing. If you like this arti­cle, please share.http://amillionworlds.com/portugal/sunset-in-algarve

Why the smallest and most unknown beach in Lefkada became my favorite

This post is loaded with pho­tos, so let’s dive in the Ionian Sea. I have been to Greece from begin­ning of August till mid Sep­tem­ber. The island I have spent most time on was Lefkada. It is called the white beauty and it is the fourth biggest island and one of the seven from the Ionian… 

Street Art in Ljubljana – Slovenia

When you think of Ljubl­jana, the first words that come into your mind are prob­a­bly Slove­nian Cap­i­tal, roman­tic, river­side café cul­ture and vibrant. Well, let’s stick to the last one, because that is exactly what I was look­ing for.  I was in the old town, look­ing at the bee­hive of tourists gaz­ing at city maps. I must…