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The largest of the Dodecanese islands where the sun shines almost all year round. Beautiful beaches, valleys full of colorful butterflies and bars and restaurants for great nights out attract thousands of young people in search of fun.
|Rome||Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday||18 June - 30 August
|Milan Linate||daily - except on Monday and Wednesday||4 June - 24 September|
The most spectacular of the Cyclades islands, famous for its clear blue sea, typical white and blue architecture, black volcanic sand and crimson sunsets.
|Rome||Tuesday and Saturday||29 July - 2 September
|Milan Linate||Wednesday and Saturday||29 July - 2 September|
If you are searching for summer, fly to Heraklion, the capital of Crete, which attracts thousands of tourists every year. If you love the sea and culture, Heraklion is your ideal destination.
|Milan Linate||Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
||3 - 31 August|
|Rome||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday
||30 July - 9 September
The most famous DJ sets, glittering all-night beach parties and sunset aperitifs in Little Venice are at the soul of summer on Mykonos, a young 'n' easy destination that attracts countless visitors each year. On the most unconventional of Greece's Cyclades islands, swimwear, suntan oil and sunglasses are must-have items.
|Milan Linate||Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday||30 July - 3 September
|Rome||Friday, Saturday and Sunday
||29 July - 9 September
Fly to Thessaloniki, one of Greece’s major economic centers, and spend pleasant evenings in the lively bars and restaurants along the seafront. Here you can enjoy a cocktail before dining on delicious typical dishes washed down with aromatic retsina wine.
|Rome||Monday, Friday, Saturday||1 July - 2 September
|Milan Linate||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||8 July - 2 September
A little paradise full of beautiful beaches and picturesque traditional villages, set in the deep blue Ionian sea. Corfu is the ideal place for those who love to swim in coves with breathtaking views and crystal-clear water but, at the same time, enjoy a city full of attractions.
|Milan Linate||Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday||1 August - 1 September
Possibly the all-time favorite destination in the world for young holidaymakers, who choose Platja d'en Bossa to hop from one bar to the next and go wild in its nightclubs or Calle Vara de Rey to enjoy spectacular sunsets to the sound of the waves and chillout music at the Café del Mar.
Menorca, the second largest island in the Balearic archipelago, is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and is known as the green island of the Mediterranean. With famous avarcas on your feet like a real Menorcan, you can head off to discover its unmissable sights.
|Milan Linate||Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
||1 July - 9 September
|Rome||Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday
|| 1 July - 9 September
PALMA DE MALLORCA
It is considered the queen of Balearic movida nightlife: bars and nightclubs await you with parties that will seriously test your energy.
|Rome||Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday||1 July - 9 September
|Milan Linate||daily - except on Monday||3 June - 9 September|
It will be easy to indulge yourself to the charm of Cyprus: palm trees, relaxation and stunning views of the sea.
Getting lost in the narrow streets of the old turkish discrict in search of ancient fortresses and restaurants will be your favorite pastime.
|Rome||Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday||26 March - 30 October|
Overlooking the Adriatic sea, Spalato is the heart of the Balcans. The vaste lands and architectural wonders make it one must-see city on your trip to Dalmatia.
The fact that this jewel of the southern Adriatic coast has been the location for several film sets says a lot about its beauty. Dubrovnik is one of the most loved destinations in the whole of Croatia. This fascinating city will welcome you with its perfect climate, its history and its natural beauty. Don't be surprised if you don't want to leave.
|Rome||Tuesday and Sunday||23 July - 10 September