3 ORANGE PLACES
What’s orangererer than Joey Essex downing a 2l bottle of Fanta and punching Donald Trump in the face?
These 3 Orange Places, that’s what.
With autumn creeping in, the leaves are getting tangoed - celebrate with the zestiest spots in the world 🍊 🍊 🍊
The Loire Valley
The Loire Valley is the vineyard-y bit of France where kings and queens used to holiday 🏰
It’s tres nice at any time of year, but in autumn the vineyards and chateau gardens light up with a Tropicana orange.
Autumn’s the time when all those delicious, wine-filled grapes get picked and stomped into sancerre and pinot noir. Hop onto a harvest tour then enjoy a glass of the good stuff in the shade of Chenonceau Castle 🍷
“Oh my god...It’s a double rainbow… what does this mean..?”
Plitvice lakes is like something from Avatar but without any of those strange blue guys.
In autumn, the leaves turn and you end up walking round a rainbowsplosion of colour (plus there’s less tourists clogging up the path).
Walk around the sixteen lakes and giant woodland (watch out for bears, lynx and wolves). You’ll see misty rainbows hugging waterfalls and forests stretching to the horizon. “It’s so intense..."
Timanfaya National Park
If you’d rather avoid Autumn’s frosty cuddle, Lanzarote is your guy.
It’s still 23°C in October AND you get a whole different kind of orangey vibe.
Timanfaya National Park is home to Lanzarote’s red martian beaches.
Hire a bike and explore the Montañas del Fuego (Fire Mountains) while you keep one eye open for little green men. Feeling peckish? Stop at El Diablo for dinner cooked on a volcano...