Sri Lanka

Marco Polo called it "the most beautiful island"; the ancient Romans knew it as "Taprobane"; called "Serendib" by Arab traders (hence the English word "Serendipity"); "Ceylan" by the Dutch followed by "Ceylon" by the British and finally Sri Lanka for the Sri Lankans. A large emporium", a center of exchange and trade between the Mediterranean of the Roman Empire and the wealth of imperial China. Few places in the world have so much to offer: from the grandiose ruins of the past, witnesses to the history of ancient civilizations, to the vast cultivated expanses that reveal the presence of a hospitable people, whose dedication to the land is second only to religious devotion. A dense road network connects every corner of the island that offers varied landscapes: lush forests, rivers, parks, beaches and waterfalls.

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South Indian Continent / Sri Lanka / Galle

Amangalla lies within the ramparts of Sri Lanka’s 17th-century Galle Fort, a Unesco World Heritage Site, in the historic port of Galle. The residence reveals the Fort’s daily activities and rich legacy of the Dutch and British colonial eras and it is...

Duration 9 Nights

It is not surprising that Marco Polo declared the atoll "the most beautiful island of its size in the world”; "Taprobane" to the ancient Romans, "Serendib" to the Arab traders, "Ceilao" baptized by the Portuguese, "Ceylan" by the Dutch followed by "C...

Starting from 3.600 €

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