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Europe - Malaga
Malaga is believed to be one of the oldest cities in the world, having been inhabited for the last 2,700 years. This should come as no surprise; who would want to leave a location featuring the warmest winters you'll find in Europe… and mild summers to match? This Mediterranean seaport boasts all of these, and historical sites to see, including the Alcazaba, a Moorish castle begun in the 11th century, and the Cathedral, renowned for its two chapels and impressive choir stalls. Also worth a visit…
Caribbean - Ocho Rios
The Spanish originally called it 'Los Chorreos,' but nowadays many call Ocho Rios, a former banana and fishing port, the cruise ship capital of Jamaica. Dunn's River Falls is both a 600-foot natural staircase of cascading water, and the most famous attraction in Ocho Rios. Looking for sheer natural beauty? Look no further than Shaw Park Botanical Gardens, which offers 32 acres of indigenous trees, flowers and shrubs, and even picturesque streams and waterfalls. In addition, you'll also find…
Caribbean - La Romana
The southeastern tip of the Dominican Republic features La Romana, a city built by the sugar mills before it began to blossom into a resort area. About one mile from the famous Casa de Campo Resort, this small city has some of the finest golf courses found in the Caribbean. White sand beaches in La Romana are also, unsurprisingly, one of the city's main attractions.
Caribbean - Grand Turk
Grand Turk is the largest of the Turks Islands, which are named after an indigenous cactus that actually looks like it's wearing a fez (the Turkish tassel hat). You won't find many fezzes on the island, as there simply aren't that many heads there to wear them! With a population of less than 4,000, what you will find is plenty of room to relax — or swim, dive or fish, and just the weather for doing it; the average temperature ranges from 80-90 degrees Fahrenheit, and a typical year in Grand…