Sometimes a break from your routine is the very thing you need. From Ibiza to Scotland, we share with you our favourite summer destinations to escape reality.
Tatiana Kovylina – Founder
I choose Jurmala in Latvia. The little town on a Baltic sea was a previously a fishermen’s village in the 19th century. It is one of the most popular Latvian destination with its unique natural formation-a white dune. It’s situated on a 40 km sandy beach that is perfect for long walks and biking. The dune is covered in pine trees filling the air with a beautiful scent. The surrounding areas are abound in lakes and rivers. Kemeri -a natural park known for it’s muds that are widely used by the local spas. Katherine the Great loved coming here for nourishing mud baths. White summer nights are long and warm, I enjoy watching sunsets on the beach. Jurmala is my little paradise, low key, peaceful and absolutely beautiful.
Phoebe Greenacre – CEO / Co-Founder
Every year I head to the Greek Islands as there are so many to explore – 6000 to be exact! I love the fresh seafood, locally sourced ingredients and friendly locals. I usually sail on a yacht with some friends so it’s easy to stay active on my holiday. Swimming, snorkelling, Paddleboarding and hiking are a few of my favourite activities. Not to mention a few aperol spritz each evening!
Emma Balke – Sales Manager
My favourite place to visit in Summer is the magical Ibiza! I have been travelling to Ibiza every year for the last 7 years and met my husband there. We then got engaged and married at Amante Beach club in Cala llonga which is my favourite restaurant to dine at. I love the music, the people and the smell of pine trees and the instant good vibes when you land. I keep active in Ibiza by dancing the night away, swimming and hiking to Es Vedra.
Kelly McEwan – Marketing
Scotland is my home and very close to my heart. I always make time for a summer weekend trip to the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomand. The loch is nested between mountains and is my favourite place to completely escape the hustle and bustle of London. I love the fresh Scottish air, the slower pace of life and the beautiful scenery. A trip to Loch Lomand is not complete without a hike up one of the surrounding munroes. The views of the loch from above are certainly worth the hike.