Monthly Archives: September 2018

Whitehaven Beach

On this beach the water and sand are interspersed giving rise to rounded forms of particular beauty. Its composition is mainly traces of dust from a dead coral forest, which makes the sand as fine as sugar, which is radiantly white and slides silkily through the fingers. In no other beach you will have a sand like this because even in summer and in high temperature times does not burn the feet. It is classified as the best beach in the world for its cleanliness and environmental protection activities, here you can not smoke or take pets.


It is the capital of New South Wales and one of the largest cities in Australia. It is world famous for the candle-shaped design of its opera house next to the port. The Sydney Tower exterior platform, the Skywalk, offers views at 360 degrees from the city and suburbs. The huge Darling harbour and the smaller Circular Quay harbour are the cores of riverside life, with the arched Bridge of Sydney Bay and the renowned Royal Botanical Garden nearby.

Vieux Port de Montréal

Photo by Dillan Choiniere on Unsplash

This is the most important tourist spot in Montreal, since no matter the weather you can walk, skate, picnic, take great pictures and navigate. Across the street of La commune Est in the area of the old Town, you will find a variety of options of very good restaurants and bars.

Yarra Valley Wine Region

The Yarra Valley, one of the main wine-growing areas in Australia and the world, is making competition for France. It goes to the conquest of new markets with the elegance of its Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. They have wines qualified by the Australian critic James Halliday with scores of more than ninety over one hundred. If you are a wine lover and astral visits, this is your dream destination. The region maintains a constant effort to attract tourists, locals and foreigners, to its wineries to taste its excellent offers, as well as vintage sparkling wines such as the Chandon Vintage Brut or the new Moscato.

Blue Mountains

This area is characterized by an extreme natural beauty, has hiking trails, extensive flora and gorges. Its curious name is due to its eucalyptus forests because they emit a bluish mist that is seen from a distance. The rock formation called the Three Sisters is the most famous attraction of the Blue Mountains and perhaps also the reason for the distinction of World heritage. In addition to nature there is a notable human trade, high-class restaurants, cafes and a lot of nightlife.


It is the coastal capital of the state of Victoria in southeastern Australia and its main attraction is the urbanization Ferderation Square. There you will find immense squares, good gastronomic options and picturesque bars. Also on the route you will be very close to the Yarra River and you will be able to take excellent souvenir photos. Its arts precinct includes the Performing Arts Center and National Gallery of Victoria, which exhibits native and Australian art. As you can see there are options for all tastes in this wonderful city.