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Rice plantations Ubud

Balinese in the rice plantations of Ubud. The legendary rice terrace plantations of Bali are the object of the pride of the inhabitants of the island.

The area around Chidenguele is full of spectacular inland lakes, but the lake Nhambavale is the largest, been an impressive 23kms long. Clear and warm water, great for kayaking or windsurfing, it's a paradise.

The area around Chidenguele is full of spectacular inland lakes, but the lake Nhambavale is the largest, been an impressive long. Clear and warm water, great for kayaking or windsurfing, it's a paradise.

La Concha

Standing at La Concha is the highest mountain in and around the Marbella area. La Concha means “shell” in Spanish - the mountain has been named La Concha because of its distinct “shell shape”.

Vatican

Peter's Square, designed and built by Bernini between 1656 and during the pontificate of Alexander VII

Lake Geneva

Lake Geneva (Lac Léman in French) is a crescent-shaped lake and holiday destination between eastern France and western Switzerland.

La Salve Bridge - Although it is known as La Salve Bridge, its official name is the ‘Prince and Princess of Spain Bridge’. It is made of green concrete and was the first bridge in Spain to be built with the cable-stayed system and one of the few with a steel deck.

Although it is known as La Salve Bridge, its official name is the ‘Prince and Princess of Spain Bridge’. It is made of green concrete and was the first bridge in Spain to be built with the cable-stayed system and one of the few with a steel deck.

Bilene Beach - Bilene offers a unique attraction which isn't just the beach itself but the enormous salt water lagoon called Uembje, which ultimately gives visitors the chance to appreciate and experience the best of both worlds in one location. The Lagoon stretches 13kms and is parallel to the coast, only to be separated by a large sand dune which eventually meets at the lagoons mouth.

Bilene Beach - Bilene offers a unique attraction which isn't just the beach itself but the enormous salt water lagoon called Uembje, which ultimately gives visitors the chance to appreciate and experience the best of both worlds in one location. The Lagoon stretches 13kms and is parallel to the coast, only to be separated by a large sand dune which eventually meets at the lagoons mouth.

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