Did you know? Friends find reviews that are two sentence or more the most helpful.
Centrally located villas that have recently been renovated; a great choice for some summer luxury.
A family-owned, casual restaurant where the house wine flows freely and the moussaka is memorable.
Traditional Greek cuisine and rooftop dining, perfect for summer dinners.
A short boat ride from Fira, you can visit both this active volcano and the nearby hot springs, great for a restorative mud bath.
This luxury spa is beloved for its brunch, ocean views, toiletries, and attentive service.
A Santa Barbara classic, its name means "Super-Tasty" in Spanish and the palm-size tacos deliver in numerous varieties. If celebrity cred is your thing, the late chef Julia Child added her personal endorsement.
Much less crowded than other Santa Barbara beaches, "El Cap" has good parking, and even an overnight camping area for vacationers looking to rough it — that is, as rough as drive-in camping at a beautiful beach can be. Just 15 miles north of Santa Barbara off Highway 101, it's an easy trip from town.
An island retreat with in-house dining, bar, spa and fitness areas. One and two bedroom suites feature heart-melting views and Wifi, so you can share with friends back home.
Beachside restaurant that's part of the Red Coconut Resort, this spot is known for its smashing location right on White Beach by Station 2.
Cool off with a frozen margarita at this Boracay institution, an important addition to any summer itinerary.
If Borocay was Nevada, White Beach Path would be its Las Vegas strip. The path runs parallel to the famously beautiful powder-sand White Beach, and is the home of most of Borocay's tourist businesses. Any summer vacation wouldn't be complete without a stroll along it.
A peaceful strip of white sand running along the northern coast of Boracay Island, Puka Beach is named for the shells that local craftsman incorporate into the jewellery they sell to visitors. It's also a quieter alternative to the hustle and bustle on the other side of the island.
Conveniently located and adorned with beautiful architecture, the Museum Hotel is a great choice for any season.
A diverse Asian menu, with light choices perfect for summer.
New Zealand's finest fine dining, in operation since 1996. Logan Brown strives to create food, and give you an experience, that you couldn't possibly replicate at home.
Squarely on the beaten path, the Waterfront Walkway is nevertheless a must on a summer's day in Wellington. Strolling along the water and gazing at the ocean is best capped off by a visit to the wharf where you can witness the huge catches of the day.