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Best Honeymoon Destinations 2023 & Where to Stay in Each

This beautifully restored 20th century villa is in an ancient Roman road in the Taormina district of Sicily. The hotel has 63 guestrooms (some pet-friendly!) all with sweeping views of the Ionian Sea. Soak up the sun at the hotel’s outdoor pool or enjoy dining al fresco at the hotel’s restaurant. Better yet, ramp up the romance with a dinner for two at the Rotunda Sul Mare, an intimate outdoor patio directly above the small island of Isola Bella. Loved-up newlyweds can discover all that Sicily has to offer with experiences like private boat tours to sea caves and rocky beaches, or a hike to Mount Etna which is one of the world’s most active volcanoes.

4. The Caribbean

The Caribbean is made up of 12 tropical island countries that include Antigua and Barbuda, The Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, and Trinidad and Tobago. Each island has its own unique culture and community, but what brings them together are the warmth of the Caribbean people. Now, picture yourself sipping Mai-Tais to some soft Afro-Caribbean tunes while lounging on a hammock by the beach. Now click – book now.  

Where to stay in the Caribbean:

A favourite of A-list celebs, Jumby Bay or ‘the Queen of the Caribbean’ is a group of exclusive private islands in Antigua & Barbuda that can only be reached by boat. Part of the Oetker Collection, Jumby Bay is just a five-minute drive and seven-minute boat ride from Antigua Airport and is the perfect beach honeymoon destination for sun-seeking newlyweds. This luxury all-inclusive resort is home to 4.5 miles of protected white sand beach and lush tropical foliage spanning 300 acres. The hotel has also unveiled 12 new Ocean View Suites, where honeymooners can wake up to the gentle lapping of waves. There is also a Sailing Academy for active honeymooners looking for a taste of adventure during their stay.