Europe is the continent in which tourists want to visit several different locations along the way. An excellent European resort destination would feature the opportunity to benefit from a tour guide. There are safety and comfort in traveling with a group and a guide, and there is excellence in resort management. Plus, there is much more information to absorb along the way.
Cater the European experience to the group and check out the many different options for tourists. There are bike tours in France, legendary picnicking, or private charters that host extravagant jaunts across the whole continent. Take a moment to check out this quick overview of a few of the top-rated all-inclusive resort destinations in Europe, and get to planning!
Caresse Resort & Spa – Bodrum, Turkey
Though Turkey is a region known for its larger resorts, the Caresse Resort and Spa is a place that feels far away and secluded. Along the Bodrum peninsula, the modern suites are beautiful. The King Villa Suite is everything any traveler would expect from a lavish ocean retreat, with breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea and a private beach area.
The food and nightlife of the resort are also something to crave. The La Plage restaurant provides fresh calamari, and evenings can be spent enjoying a cocktail at the Glass Restaurant and Bar. The Glass Restaurant specializes in Mediterranean cuisine like grilled octopus and lamb kebab covered with flavor-rich citrus oils.
Borgo Santo Pietro – Tuscany, Italy
Tuscany is already the place many dream of visiting because of its excessive beauty. Borgo Santo Pietro has been a place to relax for over 800 years, and the Pilgrims who visited long ago would probably still recognize the place. Its Danish owners have fully restored every area of the property and added a few decorative touches along the way.
The resort is small, as it only hosts 16 guest rooms, but it is one of the most beautiful places in the country. With chandeliers, claw-footed bathtubs, and elegant oil paintings that reveal modern flat-screen televisions, Borgo Santo Pietro is a true Italian paradise.
Borgo Egnazia – Puglia, Italy
Puglia may have been a late bloomer in the tourism industry, but boy did they bloom. Among the many stylish hotel locations, Borgo Egnazia is a pearl. The building was built with a traditional Italian architecture in mind. An enclosed courtyard dawns the entrance to the building with a domed ceiling, accented with hanging lanterns, fireplaces, and white stoned walls to bounce the flickers of fire all along the walkway.
The property has 63 rooms and is a very family friendly environment. An 18-hole golf course and children’s club provides relief and relaxation in addition to the multifaceted spa.