Chan Chan, the largest pre-Columbian city in South America, was the capital of the Chimú Kingdom, the ancient civilization that came after the Mochas and which lasted until 1470, when it was conquered by the Inca Empire.
Every now and then the whole population of the village of Campo Maior gathers and agrees on the organization of one of the most famous festivals in Portugal: the Festas do Povo (People’s Festival), also known as the Festas da Flores (Flowers Festival).
Biot is a picturesque village perché, a perched village on the top of a rock buttress in the heart of the French Riviera, between Nice and Cannes.
Wahiba Sands originally took its name from a tribe who lived here. Now renamed Sharqiya Sands, it’s a perfect specimen of sand sea – a small and isolated sand desert.
There is a hole in the Pacific Ocean which looks like a portal to a ancient and secret marine world. It is called Thor’s Well and it actually is a natural salt water fountain.
The heart of the Rif, the Moroccan mountain range that runs parallel to the Mediterranean Sea, hides Chefchaouen, a small village that looks like it has just come out of a tale from One Thousand and One Nights.