The World’s Most Romantic Destinations for 2013

by Jules on March 19, 2013

With the Valentine’s Day vibe still in the air, many of us are still feeling rather romantic and with that in mind, it could be the perfect time to treat your spouse to a trip away.

Why not treat your partner to a table for two at a mountain-top restaurant, a private seaplane transfer or an afternoon spend exploring the lagoons of a faraway island? Whatever takes your fancy, each of these picture-perfect destinations is guaranteed to get you in the mood for love.


Camel rides across a desolate desert may not be everyone’s cup of tea, yet to some, this comes as the ultimate escape. Morocco boasts a buzzing atmosphere all year round, complete with a backdrop of the picturesque Atlas Mountains.

It doesn’t stop there though and for those that love to shop, getting lost in the bazaars and boutiques is a must. This is the perfect time to try your hand at a little bartering and you may bag yourself a few bargains whilst you’re at it.

Mint tea is one of the local delights; tall latte glasses are packed to the brim with fresh mint, brown sugar and piping hot water. This refreshing, sweet beverage is often served with miniature cakes and can be enjoyed at any one of the rooftop cafes.

Club Med feature a range of luxury Moroccan holidays including resorts in Marrakech and Tangier.


Nothing says dreamy getaway quite like Mauritius. Set in the South of the Indian Ocean, this paradise destination boasts some of the finest beaches in the world. This tucked-away tropical island puts itself at the top of the romance charts. Forget high-rise hotels; Mauritius is home to a number of cosy cabanas and inviting beach bungalows.

The many suspended walkways are there to guide you over the glittering blue lagoons, whilst the white sands showcase a world miles away from home. Spend the day’s snorkelling in the clear blue waters and the nights dining on some of the finest local culinary delights.

The Alps

For the more adventurous traveller, the Alps are a must-try destination; set high in the Alp’s expansive mountain range, the many ski chalets are both secluded and inviting. Luxury ski holidays are at their best in the winter months, however, the summer months showcase a wide range of activities including mountaineering, mountain biking and hiking.

Such activities invite viewers to take in some of Europe’s most panoramic landscapes, whilst enjoying their partner’s company at the same time.

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