I recently visited one of my favourite holiday spots, the Cinque Terre in Italy. I'm reluctant to even post about it as I want to keep it a secret, however it seems that the secret is out as it's much busier than ever before. It's situated in the north eastern coast of Italy in Liguria otherwise known as the Italian Riviera and is a UNESCO heritage site. It consists of five small villages full of quiet coves, vineyard on the steep hills and brightly coloured houses on the cliffs. There's nothing to do but hike in the hills, swim in the sea and eat seafood; there's little to no WiFi either which made it all the more appealing. Truly indulgent and relaxing.