Allez vitesse heren

Allez vitesse heren

Location: At Vitesse Coffee & Cycling you can combine beans and bikes. Take a workshop on bike repairs and learn how to service your own (race) bike … all while enjoying a delicious coffee and a New York bagel. www.vitesse.cc    

 

5 bike-friendly cities

1.     Kopenhagen, Denmark. Serious cycling accidents hardly ever happen in the Danish capital, thanks to almost 390 km separated bike paths. Our recommendation: the Harbour Circle cycling route.

2.     Utrecht, The Netherlands. Around 33.000 cyclists pass by Vredenburgplein daily, but it’s also an attractive spot for recreational cyclists. Our recommendation: the Herenroute.

3.     Helsinki, Finland. The entire inner city of Helsinki has been made bike friendly, so you can freely choose your own route here. Our recommendation: Helsinki Highlights by Bike.

4.     Berlin, Germany. The trajectory of the Berlin Wall is a must, and the same goes for the Landwehrkanal in Kreuzberg or the airstrip of Tempelhofer Feld. Our recommendation: The Free Original Berlin Bike Tour.

Vacation shop is open men

Vacation shop is open men

Location: Primordial nature, cosy beach bars, charming towns… Yes, we are talking about Ibiza. This heavenly isle is still filled to the brim with hidden treasures!

 

5 must do’s in Ibiza

1.     Strolling in Ibiza City. Let the little streets of Dalt Villa seduce you. The historical center of the city, with its picturesque white houses and 16th century cathedral, offers a lovely view over the city and the sea.

2.     Have lunch in La Paloma. Feel like having lunch in between the citrus trees? A soba noodles salad, hummus with lamb or fresh bio juice from the local garden: this is the place to be for health-conscious foodies. Make your reservations!

3.     A boat trip to Formentera. Primordial nature and pristine beaches are the main ingredients of the 32 ‘Rutas Verdas’ on the neighbouring isle of Formentera. An ideal spot for an unwinding hike of bike ride.

4.     Have dinner in Terra Masia Ibiza. At the largest bio farm of the isle you can enjoy lots of locally grown treats. Indulge in a delicious ‘farm to table’-dinner served on wooden tables, filled with candles and atmospheric lanterns.

5.     See the sun go down on Experimental Beach. Grab a cocktail, lie down on a top-shelf lounge chair or on one of the cushioned seats on the terrace: you can’t wish for a better setting to finish an unforgettable day!

 

Hoogzomer deel1 heren

Hoogzomer deel1 heren

Location: Primordial nature, cosy beach bars, charming towns… Yes, we are talking about Ibiza. This heavenly isle is still filled to the brim with hidden treasures!

 

5 must do’s in Ibiza

 

1.     Strolling in Ibiza City. Let the little streets of Dalt Villa seduce you. The historical center of the city, with its picturesque white houses and 16th century cathedral, offers a lovely view over the city and the sea.

2.     Have lunch in La Paloma. Feel like having lunch in between the citrus trees? A soba noodles salad, hummus with lamb or fresh bio juice from the local garden: this is the place to be for health-conscious foodies. Make your reservations!

3.     A boat trip to Formentera. Primordial nature and pristine beaches are the main ingredients of the 32 ‘Rutas Verdas’ on the neighbouring isle of Formentera. An ideal spot for an unwinding hike of bike ride.

4.     Have dinner in Terra Masia Ibiza. At the largest bio farm of the isle you can enjoy lots of locally grown treats. Indulge in a delicious ‘farm to table’-dinner served on wooden tables, filled with candles and atmospheric lanterns.

See the sun go down on Experimental Beach. Grab a cocktail, lie down on a top-shelf lounge chair or on one of the cushioned seats on the terrace: you can’t wish for a better setting to finish an unforgettable day!    

Walking on the moon men

Walking on the moon men

Location: La Palma

Reason why: With more than 1,000 km of hiking trails, La Palma is a hiker’s heaven. Add to that the most beautiful starry sky in the world and you’ll never want to go home again!

Mood: Whether you prefer strolling through the concrete jungle or a bracing hike through nature, our outdoor labels can handle everything.

Styling: Long sleeves, waterproof, high collars, and logos.

 

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La Isla Bonita

The most north-western island of the Canary Islands, La Palma is the third smallest of the seven official islas that make up the Spanish archipelago. And it’s also the most surprising. With its abundance of dense pine forests, natural parks, dizzying craters, black beaches, imposing volcanoes, pastel-coloured villages, and more than 1,000 kilometres of hiking trails, the ‘Beautiful Island’ came by its nickname naturally. Moreover, La Palma is one of the least tourism-exploited islands of the Canarias, a place where slow living is allowed. The capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma, also proves this with its sleepy charm.

 

Like the other Canary Islands, La Palma is a volcanic island, which means it has a very distinct geography with major differences in level, making it the perfect location for outdoor sports such as hiking, paragliding, and mountain biking. With the Roque de los Muchachos, La Palma has the second highest mountain in the Canary Islands, meaning you won’t get any closer to the island’s world-famous starry sky than this.

 

www.visitlapalma.es

Outdoor hiking women

Outdoor hiking women

Location: La Palma

Reason why: La Palma is a true hiker’s heaven with 1,000 kilometres of fascinating hiking trails through the beautiful nature.

Mood: Escape to nature to take a walk through one of the last bay tree forests in the world (Bosque de Los Tilos), an explosion of biodiversity and green.

Styling: Water- and windproof materials, bright colours, and the occasional floral motif.

 

La Isla Bonita

The most north-western island of the Canary Islands, La Palma is the third smallest of the seven official islas that make up the Spanish archipelago. And it’s also the most surprising. With its abundance of dense pine forests, natural parks, dizzying craters, black beaches, imposing volcanoes, pastel-coloured villages, and more than 1,000 kilometres of hiking trails, the ‘Beautiful Island’ came by its nickname naturally. Moreover, La Palma is one of the least tourism-exploited islands of the Canarias, a place where slow living is allowed. The capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma, also proves this with its sleepy charm.

 

Like the other Canary Islands, La Palma is a volcanic island, which means it has a very distinct geography with major differences in level, making it the perfect location for outdoor sports such as hiking, paragliding, and mountain biking. For example, the landscape dives from the Roque de los Muchachos at an altitude of 2,423 metres to the deepest point on the island, some four kilometres below sea level. With the Roque, La Palma also has the second highest mountain in the Canary Islands, meaning you won’t get any closer to the island’s world-famous starry sky than this.

 

www.visitlapalma.es

 

There you go, men

There you go, men

Location: La Palma

Reason why: Walking, okay, but sprinting on the ridge around the largest volcanic crater in the world? Even that is possible on La Palma.

Mood: Switch effortlessly from hanging out to a vigorous hike. If you can do it, your clothes have to do it too.

Styling: Strong colours like red, orange, and yellow with a sporty feel, logos, and all-round materials.

You can find it here >>

 

La Isla Bonita

 

The most north-western island of the Canary Islands, La Palma is the third smallest of the seven official islas that make up the Spanish archipelago. And it’s also the most surprising. With its abundance of dense pine forests, natural parks, dizzying craters, black beaches, imposing volcanoes, pastel-coloured villages, and more than 1,000 kilometres of hiking trails, the ‘Beautiful Island’ came by its nickname naturally. Moreover, La Palma is one of the least tourism-exploited islands of the Canarias, a place where slow living is allowed. The capital, Santa Cruz de la Palma, also proves this with its sleepy charm.

Like the other Canary Islands, La Palma is a volcanic island, which means it has a very distinct geography with major differences in level, making it the perfect location for outdoor sports such as hiking, paragliding, and mountain biking. For example, the landscape dives from the Roque de los Muchachos at an altitude of 2,423 metres to the deepest point on the island, some four kilometres below sea level. With the Roque, La Palma also has the second highest mountain in the Canary Islands, meaning you won’t get any closer to the island’s world-famous starry sky than this.

 

www.visitlapalma.es

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