Mediterranean Summer Hotlist

We’ve noticed some surprise destinations are already trending, here’s why…

As peak travel season unfolds, we are often pleasantly surprised by trending destinations that have been quietly capturing the attention of discerning travellers. Below we have listed just a couple of the top trending Mediterranean destinations of the summer so far.

Tivat, Montenegro

The often overlooked Balkan country known for its rugged mountains and mediaeval villages has seen a huge growth in popularity and interest over the last couple of years. This is partly due to major investments being made along the coastal areas in a bid to transform Montenegro into the next major superyacht hub of the Mediterranean.

Porto Montenegro, located on the UNESCO-protected Bay of Kotor, has undergone significant growth over the last decade, and has accommodated the likes of 106m Sailing Yacht Black Pearl and 143m Sailing Yacht A. Tivat Airport is situated 3 km south of the centre of Tivat and just a 10-minute drive from Porto Montenegro. Private Jets can operate between 06:30 am and sunset which is around 08:30 pm local time.

Olbia, Sardinia

Olbia is an ancient city located on the Northeastern coast of Sardinia. The coastline along this area is littered with pristine beaches, 5-star resorts, and chic restaurants. The famous Nikki Beach Costa Smeralda is a mere half an hour drive from the airport.

Then there is La Celvia, a destination which is typically only frequented by the most stylish form of travellers. This renowned destination boasts an array of sophisticated bars, outstanding restaurants, and an inviting setup of bali beds. Furthermore, the area presents ample opportunity to eye up the latest essentials from prestigious fashion brands such as Gucci, Prada, and Louis Vuitton. Private Jets in Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport can operate between 07:00am and 22:00pm.

Corfu, Greece

Corfu is well known for its resort-studded coastline and is perhaps the least surprising trending destination of the summer so far. With that being said, it appears to be making headlines in all the right places, for all the right reasons – a recent travel feature in The Telegraph called it ‘The ultimate destination for old money’.

Its popularity appears to be growing at a steady rate year on year amongst the private jet set. This is in part due to the position of Corfu Airport, which provides a great base for further travel to the various islands that make up the great nation of Greece. Corfu airport is operational to private jets during daylight hours.