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STYLE | 30.04.2019

ALLUDE’S HOLIDAY SHIRTS AND INSIDER TIPS FOR THE MOST BEAUTIFUL TRAVEL DESTINATIONS

They do exist – these magical places in the world where we can effortlessly relax and unwind. Whether thanks to their impressive nature, picturesque alleyways, exquisite food or their unique savoir-vivre – they cast a spell on us, let us recharge our batteries and experience perhaps the most beautiful time of the year.

For six of these magical travel destinations Andrea Karg and her ALLUDE team have now created an exclusive t-shirt collection. With the adorable illustrations of Kera Till they spread pure holiday feeling!

Mykonos, Malibu, Sylt, St Tropez, St Bath or Capri? If you are still undecided where to go this summer, here comes ALLUDE’s ultimate travel guide with our personal insider tips:

1. CAPRI

Like a set from a film, Capri attracts you with its beauty, flair and style: rocky cliffs, olive and lemon trees, whitewashed villas and an incredibly blue sea.

INSIDER TIPS BY NADIA TSCHENETT

WHAT TO DO:

  • lido del faro Crystal clear water, sun decks between the rocks, a gourmet restaurant and a magnificent sunset over the sea. https://www.lidofaro.com
  • gozzo boat Rent a traditional Gozzo fishing boat at Marina Piccola.

 

WHERE TO EAT & DRINK:

  • da gelsomina You must try the famous Capresi ravioli. The Gelsomina is an extraordinary hidden jewel. https://www.dagelsomina.com
  • anema e core If you are in Capri and want to experience the real local nightlife, Anema e Core is a must! It’s better to reserve a table to avoid the queue, especially in high season and on weekends. https://www.anemaecore.com

 

WHAT TO BUY:

  • carthusia – i profumi di capri This is where you buy the smell of summer in a bottle. The tiny shop sells delicious smelling perfumes made in a local factory of regional flowers and herbs. https://www.carthusia.it

 

WHERE TO STAY:

grand hotel quisisana This hotel is an institution of Capri. It was opened in 1845 and has belonged to the Morgano family ever since. https://www.quisisana.com

2. MALIBU

Malibu is not only known for its cliff-side villas and surfers, but also for some of the most beautiful beaches and hiking trails with waterfalls.

INSIDER TIPS BY ANDREA KARG

WHAT TO DO:

  • el matador state beach Beautiful beach that can only be reached via a steep pebble path, so bring good footwear. Once reached, it is a beautiful beach dominated by rocky outcrops.
  • malibu creek state park Forests, open grasslands, hidden ponds and rugged peaks. One of the most beautiful places in Southern California. http://www.malibucreekstatepark.org

 

WHERE TO EAT & DRINK:

  • saddlerock gardens Once a month there is a big dinner party in the mountains of Malibu. You can choose the ingredients that will be prepared for you afterwards. http://saddlerockgardens.org
  • rosenthal wine bar Malibu Estate Tasting Room – large wine selection, casual atmosphere with sea views from the garden terrace. There is live music from Friday to Sunday and food trucks on weekends. The wines are grown locally on the estate. https://rosenthalestatewines.com

 

WHAT TO BUY:

  • Malibu countrymart In the heart of the Malibu Civic Center, surrounded by majestic mountains and just a stone’s throw from the beach, lies Malibu Countrymart. California’s top address for shopping, dining and relaxing. http://www.malibucountrymart.com

 

WHERE TO STAY:

  • hotel the surfrider malibu – was transformed into a beautiful boutique hotel, was originally a motel. Highlights include a beautiful bar and rooftop restaurant. https://thesurfridermalibu.com

3. MYKONOS

A visit to Mykonos is never complete without a night stroll through the beautiful whitewashed city with its many shops, taverns and bars.

INSIDER TIPS BY ANNETTE WEBER

via Unsplash / Angela Pham

WHAT TO DO: 

  • scorpios Mykonos most hyped beach club. Opened in 2015, this hip addition to the Mykonos Beach Club scene offers the ideal combination: beach fun in the sun, relaxed lounging, delicious cocktails, incredible music and various party nights in a breathtaking boho luxury environment. The fantastic sunsets and the panoramic view of the sea are just some of the highlights.

 

WHERE TO EAT & DRINK:

  • kiki’s tavern There is neither a phone nor a website and you need a car and some patience to find it from the city, but Kiki’s is one of the most famous restaurants on Mykonos in Agios Sostis Beach in the north of the island. In a less frequented part of the island, this renowned fish restaurant is probably the last authentic place on the island that has remained true to its concept to this day. Kiki’s offers a lunch service with fish dishes that are often caught the same morning they are served.
  • interni This restaurant and bar is located in one of the most popular locations in a beautiful white courtyard in the heart of Mykonos City with an open garden restaurant. The bar is in the middle of the scene and attracts a cool crowd. The Interni is perfect for a dinner or just a drink. http://interni-restaurant.gr

 

WHAT TO BUY:

  • free shop This lovely boutique is one of the best shopping places on Mykonos and will tempt you to buy beautiful clothes and accessories. http://www.freeshop.gr

 

WHERE TO STAY:

4. ST. BARTH

St. Barth, a French overseas collective, combines the sophistication of St.-Tropez with the Caribbean lifestyle of Laissez, which means that it is exclusive and completely unpretentious.

INSIDER TIPS BY LAURA LESHEL

WHAT TO DO:

  • colombier Probably the most beautiful beach, can be reached with a nice 20 minutes walk or by boat. (Try to walk early in the morning to avoid the afternoon heat.)
  • saline Clear azure blue water and soft white sandy beaches. Sand that feels like powdered sugar between the toes.

 

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5. ST. TROPEZ

Long before Brigitte Bardots time, St. Tropez attracted artistic and excessive interest. The pointillist Paul Signac introduced it from the late 19th century and in the forties and fifties the village was a summer extension of the Paris Rive Gauche: Juliette Greco, Boris Vian, Sartre and Picasso. Bardot then appeared in ‘And God Created Woman’, transforming localized Libertinage into a worldwide reputation for illicit pleasure.

INSIDER TIPS BY LARA HENTENAAR BECKERMANN

WHAT TO DO:

  • Plage des graniers A short walk along the Sentier du Littoral. Surrounded by wooded hills, the beach is charming, for free and has a decent little restaurant – perfect for lunch, enjoy a grilled fish.
  • indie beach Known for its wild surroundings on the beach of Bonne Terrace. For its tropical, boho-chic, cozy location. For its delicious fresh cuisine. For its incredible cocktails. For the sunbeds on the sand, where you can relax for hours. For the ultra-cool, professional reception and service of Tobias, Raph and Vincent. For the great playlist and good atmosphere. For pure pleasure with your feet in the sand. No Riviera experience is complete without a trip to INDIE BEACH! https://www.indiebeach.fr/fr/

 

WHERE TO EAT & DRINK:

  • Le moulins de ramatuelle Situated on the Route des Plages in the middle of a quiet oasis of pine and olive trees, it is the perfect place for an exceptional evening. The atmosphere begins as soon as the clock changes to aperitif. An enchanting setting for a game of pétanque between friends before settling down for dinner and discovering the authentic, refined Provencal cuisine. http://les-moulins-de-ramatuelle.wysifeed.fr
  • hotel sube The only hotel in the port of Saint-Tropez, a legendary establishment visited by artists, sailors and everyone who loves the city. The hotel has 24 recently renovated rooms offering comfort, luxury and an incredible view over the bay, rooftops and gardens of Saint-Tropez. The cosy, elegant English style bar is the perfect place to enjoy lunch or a chic, intimate aperitif in a piano bar atmosphere. https://www.hotelsubesainttropez.com

 

WHAT TO BUY:

  • Sandals tropéziennes rondini Handmade Rondini Sandals. The absolute all-time classic from St. Tropez. https://boutique.rondini.fr/
  • by marie – saint tropez A small boutique with outstanding brands. The best selection of beach and city clothing. Their fashion themes are changed every week in high season. Shop till you drop.

 

WHERE TO STAY: 

  • hotel villa marie This retreat is a low-key, bling-free insider secret of St. Tropez. https://saint-tropez.villamarie.fr/fr/
  • hotel sezz saint tropez Sun-kissed privacy from the crowds. The Sezz is 5 minutes by car from the centre of Saint-Tropez and less than 10 minutes walk from the public sandy beach of Canebiers.

 6. SYLT

Sylt is an incredibly beautiful 25 mile long island on the German North Sea coast with one of the longest uninterrupted stretches of flawless sandy beach in Europe. Sylt is known for its lively sea air.

INSIDER TIPS BY ANDREA KARG

WHAT TO DO:

  • fahrrad am bahnhof This bike shop at Westerland Central Station offers an excellent selection of rental bikes. The staff will be happy to recommend a route along Sylt’s 220 km of well-maintained trails. http://www.fahrrad-am-bahnhof-sylt.de
  • SylTER eismanufaktur This place on Sylt is certainly the best spot on the island to get some ice cream. You will certainly have to queue but it is worth waiting. https://www.sylter-eismanufaktur.de

 

WHERE TO EAT & DRINK:

  • dorfkrug By far the best steak on Sylt. http://dorfkrug-kampen.com
  • kupferkanne The Kupferkanne is one of the best cafés on Sylt. Probably the best. In summer, it is recommended to sit in the beautiful garden of the former bunker from the Second World War. https://kupfer-kanne-sylt.de
  • pony Not only one of the oldest but also one of the best clubs in Germany! http://pony-kampen.de

 

WHAT TO BUY:

  • feinkost meyer Feinkost Meyer in Wenningstedt stands for pure taste. The spacious and open entrance area with the bakery and the fish counters welcomes customers and gourmets in a benevolent manner. Try the truffle ham! https://www.feinkostmeyer.de

 

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