5 Tips to enjoy the last days of summer

Slowly but steadily summer is coming to an end and while the days are getting shorter it’s definitely worth it to capture the last hours of sunshine. With our five tips you’ll enjoy late summer, before preparing for the gloomy season.

1.Always heading for the sun

©Reethi Beach Resort

Of course it’s always easy to hold on to summer when your next destination is known to be sunny all year through. On the Maldives you will enjoy the crystal clear ocean that appears unreal, white sandy beaches and – of course – a lot of sun! On a small island in the Baa Atoll you’ll find the Reethi Beach Resort. Be it for wellness, water sport activities or simply to enjoy the unique  sunset…at Reethi Beach Resort you will for sure enjoy summer to its fullest, recharge your Vitamin D storage and are ready for autumn at home.

2. Off to the mountains!

Surrounded by some of Austria’s highest mountains like the Großglockner (3,798 m) and the Großvenediger (3,662 m), let your eyes wander over valleys and huge glacier fields and with one deep breath relaxation sets in: you’re in the national park Hohe Tauern, the greatest national park of the Alps and Austria. Visitors can find the Hotel Outside in one of these valleys of East Tyrol. The perfect starting point for hiking tours in these impressive mountains as well as an oasis to calm down and relax in between. And while breathing fresh mountain air and enjoying the last sun rays on top of the mountains, summer feels pretty close again!

3. Enjoying wellness with a view

©Mawell Resort

On top of the tower of the Mawell Resort in Germany you will catch every single one of the last sun rays! Relax in the protected beach chairs at the wellness inclination, enjoy the sunset while swimming in the forest swimming pool or in the 200 meter high tower bar. One of the many highlights: the private Sauna-Nestl with a stunning view over the Jagsttal! And in case the weather gets a little unpleasant, you should try the salt cave, embedded in millions of years old limestone rocks.

4. Green Milan

©Starhotels E.c.ho Milano

Whether it’s about fashion week or simply to do some sightseeing: good weather with moderate temperatures make late summer just the right season for a city trip to Milan. When staying at the E.c.ho Milano you’re just a stone’s throw away from impressive sights. Stroll through the Giardina di Via Palestro, visit the popular theatre La Scala or the historic Duomo di Milano. After an active day in the city, the restaurant of the E.c.ho Milano offers a tasty dinner made of regional and organic products to strengthen you for the next day in this beautiful city.

5. Bali in the low season

©Sol Beach House Benoa

The rainy season on Bali stretches from November to March but the showers are short, while the prices are low and less tourists are visiting. The Sol Beach House Benoa is located south of the capital Denpasar and, with its own private beach, invites you to dive, swim and relax. The balinese tradition and culture is not only visible in the architecture and the local employees: the balinese attitude towards life „Tri Hata Karana“ (three aspects of harmony) is taken into account in a lot of decisions.