If you’re looking for a chilled-out honeymoon destination that has everything from flawless beaches to traditional Greek charm, look no further than these two neighbouring islands.
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Cartagena is known as Colombia’s jewel. And while it’s the country’s most popular city for tourists, don’t let that put you off. The city’s colourful colonial architecture and world-class restaurants might be it’s draw, but its uniqueness comes from the amazing beaches that are right on the city’s edge – and just a short drive or boat ride away.
Flicking through Conde Nast’s infamous Gold list, I came across this beautiful new hotel, and I knew that it would make the ultimate honeymoon trip. The stunning white buildings with dramatic archways and sharp edges nestled among the palms looked like the ideal place to just unwind and do nothing – and feel pretty decadent while doing it.