Avithos, Kefalonia, Greece

Avithos is a quite beautiful beach with crystalline waters located 12km southwest of Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia. It’s very near to the village of Svoronata. The beach consists of reddish sand and an impressive mountain backdrop. It has nice facilities and it’s considered among the best ones in the south coast of Kefalonia. There’s lot of vegetation around. This is a beautiful and quiet place to go with children. There are a couple of places where you can have delicious meals from the local cuisine. From Avithos Beach, you can see the tiny islet of Dias and the small church that stands on top.


Avithos Beach is still a quiet place where you can have a nice day without too many people around you. It’s quiet and safe to go with children and the sea is very good for them.
There are hostels, bed & breakfast, resorts or apartments to rent.
The beach is appreciated specially beacause it’s very, very clean.

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Saint Kitts, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Lesser Antilles

Saint Kitts is an island in the Lesser Antilles and together with Nièves form the State of St. Kitts and Nevis. Originally called San Cristobal because it was Christopher Columbus that discovered it and baptized it in his name. The island is of volcanic origin and the highest peak is the volcano Liamuiga (1131 meters); which is currently asleep. Between its main cities are Basseterre, Sadlers, Cayon and Sandy Point Town. The island keeps a peculiar character since the time of slavery; a colony of African vervet monkeys or green monkeys, a large free-ranging colony. The economy of the island comes from agriculture, especially sugar cane and its drifts and tourism. The island has sixteen beaches.


If you visit the island during your cruise, the best way to get a glimpse of the island is to take a taxi, the driver will tell you a bit about the island’s history and show you the more interesting places and if the weather allows you, you can finish your day with a swim in one of its beautiful beaches.

If you want to visit the fortress of Brimstone Hill (1690), classified National Park and inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage, plan a minimum of half a day. It is the ideal place to make beautiful pictures of the neighboring islands and the north of Saint-Christophe. There is a historical museum set up in the citadel’s barracks.

There is also a small two-story tourist train that runs slowly, allowing you to take pictures or videos. You will be accompanied by live songs and depending on who you will have your excursion with, there is also the possibility of a guide in different languages. Alcoholic beverages (with rum, of course) and a few non-alcoholic beverages will be served during the journey.


Montmorency Fall, Quebec, Canada

The Montmorency Fall is a waterfall located at the mouth of the Montmorency River which flows into the St. Lawrence River, opposite the western end of the Orléans Island, a few minutes from the city of Quebec. It is 83 meters high (30 meters more than the Niagara Falls) and the depth of the basin at the foot of the falls is seventeen meters. It is located in the Montmorency Falls Park, which operates as a tourist center of the Quebec Open Air Settlement Society (SÉPAQ). You will find a suspension bridge from where you can have a beautiful view and if you like walking doing a little exercise, there are stairs to observe the fall of different angles. There is also a cable car (between the base and the top of the falls). In winter, when the fall freezes, there is a formation that is done at its foot known as the Sugar Loaf.


It is a great place for people who love nature at all times. You have the opportunity to walk around all the seasons. The park is open all year long.

If you need to do a reception or a business meeting, it’s possible in the Montmorency Manor located in the park.