Mediterranean Must-Visit Places for Honeymooners


The Mediterranean area offers the best options for honeymooners who need good places to stay. The world’s best cuisine, incredible art, and romantic adventure will attract couples to come more than just once or twice.

Interested in going to the Mediterranean for a honeymoon? Then you need to know what places you should visit. The activities you can do there include sipping wine on a terrace overlooking the deep blue Mediterranean sea, taking a gondola ride through the Venice canals, sightseeing at medieval castles, and taking advantage of some of the most naturally romantic settings you’ll ever encounter.

The best time for visiting the Mediterranean is from spring until autumn, but don’t expect to find low prices during that time. The best deals in the Mediterranean come in the rest of the year, so you could take another journey along the sea with large ships like Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, and Holland America. Those cruise lines will sail along cities like Barcelona, Athens, Venice, Rome, Dubrovnik and Nice.

Here’s what you’ll find in the Mediterranean’s most popular cities:


Love can be celebrated with chocolate. And Barcelona is full of it–especially in Catalan.  Some brands famous for its chocolate are Fargas, Xocoaa and Cacao Sampaka. The city is also home for a fantastic beach, beautiful streets for strolling, world-class art, and wonderful restaurants.  A honeymoon in Barcelona would be perfect.


Rome is wonderful to visit every time of year.  Winters are mild and will bring fewer tourists, so you’ll be able to see Rome’s famous sights without fighting for space with thousands of others.  Rome is also delightful the rest of the year as locals take full advantage of their beautiful city both day and night. Go for a romantic honeymoon in Rome stroll from the Spanish Steps to the Trevi Fountain.  Make sure you throw some coins into make sure you visit Rome again.

The Old Town of Dubrovnik, Croatia, brings you back to the medieval era. The peak for romantic season is in July and August during the city’s annual Summer Festival. Here, in Old Town, you will find yourself spoiled with lots of entertainment for 47 days. Want to be more romantic? Ask your sweetheart to watch opera singers in front of the baroque St. Blaise church to complete your honeymoon in Dubrovnik.