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South: 6 sunny destinations perfect for a romantic trip

South: 6 sunny destinations perfect for a romantic trip

By the way, Valentine's Day is less than a month away. Although it's a little late to book a trip to the sun to celebrate the occasion, there's always time to get inspired by beautiful and romantic places! Here are some sunny destinations to consider on a trip for two.

Image taken from the Sandals Resorts Facebook page

1. Saint Lucia


St. Lucia generally ranks alongside Bora Bora and the Fiji Islands on lists of the best places in the world for honeymooning. And that's the “fault” of Jade Mountain Resort, whose 24 luxury suites offer a stunning view of the island's volcanic needles – or Pitons. But the romantic aura of this Caribbean country is not just due to its upscale properties. It also comes from its lush nature, volcanic springs, beaches and cities to discover side by side. The good news? You can stay in several all-inclusive hotels there, thanks to Canada Vacations and Sunwing, as well as Airbnb villas with beautiful balconies.

Photo taken from JADE MOUNTAIN ST LUCIA Facebook page

2. Maui, Hawaii

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It's easy to fall in love with Maui. Perhaps it is the island of Hawaii that offers the most accessible combination of all the charms of the archipelago: magnificent nature, great rest, adventure, culture and beaches in all colors. There are many romantic hotels there, starting with the Four Seasons Resort Maui, where the first season of White lotusOr the Hana Maui resort hidden at the end of the road to Hana. This 84 km long, 600 (!) panoramic road will delight adventurous couples with its bamboo forests, waterfalls and black sand beaches.

3. Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands

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This Caribbean archipelago, also known as the Turquoise Islands, consists of 40 islands and cays, nine of which are inhabited. Providenciales is the most developed and populous. There is a smooth, almost flour-white beach called Grace Bay Beach, which is lined with many luxury hotels, including Club Med Turkoise. During your stay on the island, you should definitely book a boat trip to enjoy the blue-green color of the sea and have a little fun photo shoot As a couple on one of the many completely isolated sandbanks.

Breakfast by the Wymara Hotel's pool.

Sarah Bergeron-Ouellette

4. Samana, Dominican Republic

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Those who dream of coconut palms and white sand should consider going to the Samana Peninsula. Located in the northeast of the Dominican Republic, this region hides some of the most stunning and peaceful beaches in the country. The lively town of Las Terrenas is ideal for couples looking for small bars and restaurants, while the more secluded village of Las Galeras will suit lovers looking for peace and quiet. All-inclusive packages are offered by Quebec's major tour operators on the peninsula, and there are also a range of inns for different accommodations.

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5. Havana, Cuba

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With its old-fashioned charm, lively bars, sunsets along the sea, Airbnbs with nostalgic charm and cozy hotels (some offered on an almost all-inclusive basis), the Cuban capital has something to captivate. . But we wouldn't choose this destination for beach walks. We do it more for cultural experiences, a dose of change of scenery, and unforgettable moments aboard vintage American cars or along busy streets. However, please note that the difficult economic situation may currently limit gourmet options in restaurants and hotel buffets.

6. Negril, Jamaica

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Jamaica is accustomed to welcoming lovebirds. It is a popular Caribbean honeymoon destination, as it is home to several adults-only hotels, including the two Sandals hotels, which offer overwater villas like in the Maldives. The hotel in Negril is located along Seven Mile Beach, famous for its beauty as well as its lively bars and restaurants. Another group of all-inclusive hotels await lovers in Negril, an area that is said to have maintained an authentic and relaxed atmosphere despite the development of tourism. The sunset couldn't be more romantic!

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