If you are in a position to get a second home, say a holiday home or a place you want to stay in for half a year or so then you have certainly done well for yourself. Soaring house prices these days have priced most people out of buying one house let alone a second one. But if you are going for one, you will be torn regarding where you want to get it. There are hundreds of amazing places throughout the world that will appeal to you. In this article you can see a few different places for ideas and inspiration.
These places are full of natural beauty and stunning climbs. They really are stunning places. There are cabins for sale, so you can get up into the mountains and live amongst the stunning surroundings. A place where you can relax, kick back, and take in the views. The mountains aren’t really a place you could spend your whole time, as certain places are secluded, but as a holiday or second home it could do wonders for your life and give you that break away from technology and the hustle and bustle of city life.
If you love the sun then this is the place for you. Sure, it gets stormy in September over the rain season but for the most part it is sunny all year round. This means you can come here whenever you want to without fear for weather. There are some great villas that are always for sale in Florida and if you have a fun seeking family then this is perfect due to Walt Disney World being in the same state, not to mention universal studios. The city of Miami is close too. It gives you an almost tropical city right on your doorstep to explore and live in. Florida comes with a natural aspect too with hundreds of acres of natural low lands and mangroves frequented by all kinds of animals. There are stunning beaches which border the whole East and West sides of the peninsula.
The Greek Islands
The islands are a lovely place for someone who loves sailing and enjoys the sea. There are dozens of islands to choose from and they are all pretty close together, so if you have a boat you can visit each one as you see fit. The seas are normally quite calm and the again, the heat is great. It can be stifling in the summer on some of the islands, but if you like it you’ll be fine as the humidity isn’t so high. You’ll never be far from culture, as the islands are peppered with wonderful ruins from ancient greece such as the palace of knossos on Crete to the Asclepion in Kos. There is a language barrier here, however the majority of Greeks speak English so you should be fine in getting your words across and there are also dozens of English speaking holidaymakers around to rub shoulders with.