Paradisiacal places with few British tourists and the best hiking trails
It seemed that all the places in the world were known to British tourists. No resort left in Italy or Greece that hasn't already attracted travellers.
However, some islands and corners of the world have not yet been filled with vacationers from the UK. The editors of The Telegraph tried to surprise readers with new tourist trails.
The list of places worth visiting:
1. The Greek island of Evia (Euboea Island)
Very little English is spoken here, but this place will introduce you to the real Greece more than Santorini or Corfu. A relatively unknown place is also the Kalamos beach on the Aegean Sea.
2. Rocky roofs of Germany
You can hardly hear the English language in the beautiful region of southeastern Germany. The hiking trails along the Elbe River are strange and wonderful. The best hotel in the editor's opinion is the Steiger Hotel in Kurort Rathen. There, a superior room, starting from 199 euros, has a balcony over the river. You can watch the sunset every day. We also recommend visiting the old restaurant at the top of the Papstein, which was built in 1862.
3. Port Mòr on the Isle of Muck (Eilean nam Muc)
A quiet and unusual place awaits guests on the west coast of Scotland. Dream about a glass of whiskey with fresh lobster, which you can taste at sunset. A local skipper can introduce you to the habitats of dolphins, killer whales, and other animals.
4. Cape Cod
An interesting place 120 km from Boston, the northernmost point of Massachusetts. Rent a house and enjoy the outdoors. The property is surrounded by reeds and water lilies, ideal for leisurely swimming, boating and canoeing.
5. Costa Brava
The beach coves of the Spanish corner with shady villages will introduce you to a real paradise pleasure. Visit the only restaurant in the village of Esclanja called Al Fok for a lunch of langoustines, duck and mango sorbet under a gazebo of blooming jasmine. It cost 20 pounds for three.
6. The Dolomites
The famous mountains of Europe are also beautiful in summer. Here you can see the largest alpine meadows in Europe, the huge green Alpe di Siusi. We also recommend visiting the Rauchhütte restaurant, a place for lunch that offers not only delicious food but also one of the most majestic views.
The underrated city of Salford impresses with its red brick architecture. Visit the wonderful local Lark Hill Place Museum, the Working Class Movement Library, and Peel Park.
Don't miss the Kersal Wetlands, where horse racing was first held, and the countryside with tranquil views of the skyscrapers of Manhattan.
8. Meeting of three countries
The intersection of France, Germany and Luxembourg. Magnificent mountain scenery, decorated with World War II defenses and castles in Sierck-les-Bains and Malbrouck.
An interesting place is the monumental family-run Domaine de la Klauss, located on the edge of the village of Manderen. It is run by a father and son, who also built part of the hotel. There is also a spa and gourmet restaurants. The father runs a wine and grocery store, offering salted hams straight from the cellar.
This island in the Mediterranean lacks the British. This place is visited by far fewer tourists from the UK than those who go to Sardinia or Sicily.
Here you won't hear a British accent and can enjoy the cleanest waters, conquer high mountains, and travel on bikes and bicycles. Bonifacio, which has a restaurant Les Terrasses d'Aragon with a magnificent view, also has the most memorable lunch with pasta.
10. A little-known campsite on the edge of Britain
St Agnes is an island in the Isles of Scilly. Troytown Farm is one of the best camping spots in the UK. It is located right on the water and the cost of accommodation is only 12 pounds per adult. You'll love the rocky beach, where you can have a barbecue. You can also rent kayaks to explore the neighboring islands and sandy beaches. The sunsets here are gorgeous!
A wonderful vacation on the Atlantic coast of France at Simpson's villa. People call Cap-Ferrat the French Hamptons because of its upscale boutiques and cashmere-covered residents. Plenty of rosé wine and oysters in coastal restaurants that can be reached by bicycle will give you an unforgettable experience.
12. Bays of Portugal
There are wonderful beaches near Lisbon. For example, if you travel by boat from Setúbal through the Serra da Arrábida Natural Park, framed by green mountains, you will reach the white beaches of Portinho.
When you connect to a buoy in a small bay, the restaurant sends a boat to pick you up. Enjoy shrimp with garlic and the freshest fish as the sea almost laps at your feet.