Mediterranean Sea is strategic location in South Europe, Mediterranean sea has four seasons and characteristic food prepare in hotel.
As a sea around which some of the most ancient human civilizations were arranged, it has had a major influence on the history and ways of life of these cultures. It provided a way of trade, colonization and war, and was the basis of life (via fishing and the gathering of other seafood) for numerous communities throughout the ages.
A little cultural experience wouldn't hurt so instead of lounging away all your days at Malta, why not go to Cyprus. That will be our second stop. And if you are like me who doesn't have any relatives in Cyprus, we will be needed a place to sleep in, so for accommodations, check out Cyrus hotels. And if you want to continue your journey to Crete Island for your excellent accommodation there Crete Hotels is ready to serve you while if you go to Corsica there you can stay at Corsica Hotels while if you visit Corfu Corfu Hotels is the best choice to you.
The combination of similar-shared climate, geology and access to a common sea has led to numerous historical and cultural connections between the ancient and modern societies around the Mediterranean.
The Mediterranean Sea is connected to the Atlantic Ocean by the Strait of Gibraltar on the west and to the Sea of Marmara and the Black Sea, by the Dardanelles and the Bosporus respectively, on the east. The Sea of Marmara is often considered a part of the Mediterranean Sea, whereas the Black Sea is generally not. The man-made Suez Canal in the southeast connects the Mediterranean Sea to the Red Sea.