“Calm seas, deserted beaches and sumptuous spas; we offer pieces of paradise for those searching for tranquillity.”
Sometimes you just want to get away from it all. Embrace this feeling – kick back, relax and let the worries of the world just drift away…
When you want to jet away to an exotic destination for some well-deserved rest, there are a bounty of beautiful destinations from which to take your pick. Maybe you yearn for that dream beach break, nothing but sun, sea and solitude. Look no further than an idyllic island escape, where time moves at its own pace. Spa breaks are a brilliant way to get away from it all, with many top resorts offering their own quality spas with a multitude of treatments and services.
If you really want to unwind, consider a stay at a yoga retreat, where you can embrace eco-friendly luxury or a more basic experience. For the highest luxury, you could even rent out a private island, such as Sir Richard Branson’s Caribbean retreat Necker Island, or the green-topped paradise of Fregate Island in the Seychelles. You could even charter a yacht for a decadent fusion of luxury and mobility. There are thousands of destinations just perfect for that glorious getaway, so take a look at some of our suggestions. What are you waiting for?
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