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Saturday, April 13, 2024

    Enjoy The White Sands Of The Grand Cayman For 2022

    As we edge ever nearer to Christmas and the end of the year, naturally our thoughts are turning to 2022 travel destinations.

    While there is still some uncertainty around the coronavirus pandemic, travel rules and testing, things certainly look brighter for new-year travel itineraries.

    In the spirit of optimism, we have put together our 2022 travel forecast, including destinations to bookmark for a trip next year.

    Spanning European city breaks, much-missed ski resorts, luxurious beach trips and some off-the-beaten-track ideas, these are the top destinations to reignite your love for travel and adventure.


    With its soft white sands and turquoise seas, a winter trip to the Caribbean is just the tonic for many a weary traveler.

    In 2022, Grand Cayman is set to be put on the map thanks to Palm Heights on Seven Mile Beach, the island’s first boutique hotel.

    Bringing back more than a whiff of old Caribbean glamour, it mixes a high-octane ’70s mansion style with beachfront living and an incredible new garden spa and athletics club, opening in January.


    Epicureans, this is the ski destination for you. Set in Italy’s Unesco-protected South Tyrol region, you’ll find endless blue-skied days, the vast Dolomiti Superski area, postcard-perfect mountain rifugios with hearty Alpine food and the chance to experience a ski safari.

    Stay at the Rosa Alpina in the charming village of San Cassiano for the ultimate in grand Dolomites living. Family run, it has a spectacular spa and a triple Michelin-starred restaurant.


    Its neighbours, Ibiza and Mallorca, tend to get all the attention, but Menorca is fast becoming the go-to Balearic Island for those in the know.

    Endless beaches with gin-clear waters minus the crowds, beach shack restaurants and vineyards make it quite the Mediterranean escape.

    Bed down at the Experimental Menorca, an agriturismo set in an old finca with colourful interiors by French designer Dorothée Meilichzon, inspired by the likes of Dalí and Picasso.

    When you’re not beach hopping, stop in at Hauser & Wirth’s latest project on Illa del Rei in Mahon, the island capital. continue reading 


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