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Here are the new SAS summer destinations for 2019

SAS is launching 9 new destinations in summer 2019: Catania, Faro, Marseille, Beirut, Milan, Nice, Alanya, Cornwall and Reykjavik. Discover them today.

Catania

30 June (from Copenhagen)
Italy’s ninth largest city offers something for everyone: Catania dates back to 700 BCE and enjoys warm, sunny summers despite being in the shadow of Mt Etna.

Read more about Catania here:

Faro

28 June (from Oslo)
“Everyone” has heard of the Algarve, but fewer people know about the largest city in the Algarve region where flights land: Faro. A very old city that offers history, a lively night life and good food. You can reach the nearby beach by speedy water taxi.

Read more about Faro here:

Marseille

29 June (from Copenhagen) / 21 June (from Stockholm)
Do you want to see the Arc de Triomphe, Notre-Dame and Sacre-Coeur? Or maybe you’ve already seen them? Like Paris, this Mediterranean port and second largest French city also boasts a triumphal arch (Porte d'Aix) and basilicas by the name of Notre-Dame de la Garde and Basilique du Sacré-Cœur.  

Read more about Marseille here:

Beirut

30 June (from Stockholm)
The capital city of Lebanon might not be that high on your list (unless your list is in alphabetical order), but there’s no reason why it shouldn’t be. East meets West, city meets sea, people meet other people. 

Read more about Beirut: 

Milan

29 June (from Stavanger) / 30 June (from Bergen) In the dining room in Santa Maria delle Grazie, a church and Dominican convent, you’ll find one of the most famous mural paintings in the world: Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. Just one thing - you need to book tickets in advance. 

Read more about Milan here: 

Nice 

30 June (from Bergen)The French Riviera continues to be a favorite travel destination for Scandinavians, with every right. Life’s a game in Nice. 

Read more about Nice here: 

Newquay/Cornwall

21 June (from Copenhagen)
Cornwall is a peninsular county on England’s rugged southwestern tip and a popular holiday destination for Brits themselves. The south coast, dubbed the Cornish Riviera, is home to picturesque harbor villages, while the north coast is famous for surfing. The spectacular Cornish nature, ranging from wild moorlands to sandy beaches and towering cliffs, persuades many visitors to come back year after year.

Read more about Cornwall here: 

Reykjavik

30 June (from Stockholm)
Even though this Icelandic pearl is a small city in a relatively remote location, it offers everything from hip clubs to street art and shopping. Naturally, getting out into nature is a must to truly experience everything Iceland has to offer visitors. 

Read more about Reykjavik here:

Alanya

2 July (from Bergen) / 4 July (from Stavanger)
There’s a riviera in Turkey, too! Gazipasa Airport is just 30 minutes from Alanya, in the middle of the Turkish Riviera. Incidentally, Alanya has 310 days of sunshine (on average obviously) a year. 
Read more about Alanya here:

 

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