15 Most Magical Places in the World
Harbour Island, Bahamas: Pink Sands Beach Pink sands Beach_ This gorgeous speck of land is known for its flower-lined streets, quaint cottages, and above all for the pinkish hue of its eastern beaches. Pink Sands beach, the most famous, is a three-mile-long strip that's wide and rarely crowded.
Pink Sands Beach, Harbour Island, Bahamas
Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru, North Male Atoll, Maldives Tucked away on its own small island, this resort, complete with restaurants and spa, is a secluded paradise that'll make you feel like luxe-living castaways. The villas open out onto the beach, so you can step right into the soft white sand and down to the crystal-blue water the moment you wake up. *Definite Honeymoon Idea!*
Banyan Tree Vabbinfaru, North Male Atoll, Maldives
Laluna, Grenada This small hideaway comprises just 16 private cottages right on the waterfront. Expect plunge pools, day beds on breezy verandas, vistas to die for, and -- with only a handful of guests at any given time -- the feeling you're in on a sweet little secret. laluna.com
One of my favorites of Italy....Lake Como, Northern Italy. Would love to go back!!
cliffside cafe gourdon, france
Verdon Gorge, South of France
A piece of paradise: 25 of the most beautiful maldives resorts
Been here it is beautiful! Portofino, Italy
Auberge du Soleil, Napa Valley
The Celtic Cross, or the High Cross as it is often known, is the oldest cross in Ireland and dates back to around 1200 AD. The most obvious characteristic of a Celtic, or High Cross, is the ring surrounding the intersection of the cross which symbolizes eternity. It may be a result of an attempt to blend ancient Celtic traditions with Christianity which followed St. Patrick's conversion of Ireland.
Dangerous path at Pailón del Diablo waterfall in Ecuador