Perfect Honeymoon Destinations
Here is a selection of places we have visited fallen in love with and just needed to share with you all!
The idea of a sunny holiday not your thing? There are so many ski resorts close by and further a field to try. A laid back choice is Megeve, beautiful little town, wide slopes and amazing restaurants on the mountains
Paris anyone...? It is known as one of the most romantic cities in the world, and for good reason. The backdrop to nearly every picture is stunning and it is just so easy to get to. Stroll hand in hand down tree lined streets then tuck into my favourite meal of all time... Moules frites and a bottle of red!
If you are thinking of your honeymoon as the holiday of all holidays have you considered Australia? The first time I went we only did 3 weeks and managed to fit in the major sights between Adelaide and Cairns. There is so much to do, you are guaranteed to come back with a million stories from your adventures. This is for those who want to explore and not sit on a beach for 2 weeks!
Here it is, the most popular honeymoon destination... the Maldives. we stayed at the resort Diva (now rebranded as Lux) and it was everything you imagined it would be. White sands, crystal clear sea and giant manta rays swimming up to the bar to be fed! I am a keen scuba diver and the marine life was breathtaking, turtles, sharks, beautiful corals... The only downside to the holiday was the price! You can't eat anywhere else so they can charge what ever they like. ££££
If you are having a a summer wedding and wanting to honeymoon somewhere closer to home, Palma is beautiful! Forget Palma Nova and the horror stories you hear, but think, amazing restaurants, great trips (especially the wine tour) and stunning architecture. I have been 3 times and had a completely different experience. My favourite time was when we stayed in Deia, a hidden gem out of the centre of Palma. The food was excellent and we had a great time doing a little celebrity spotting!
New York - perfect if you like to keep busy. If you go in summer a boat ride on Central Park lake is a must followed by a glass of bubbles at the boathouse. The High Line walk is also a great way of taking in the sights, make sure you leave time to explore the great cafes and shops in the Meatpacking District.