Romantic vacations are for couples who want some intimate time alone. They should be passion filled, stress free and relaxing. They can be a romantic couples retreat to a spa or hotel suite, three day weekend vacations or week long romantic getaways to the beach or mountains.
The beach is also a popular place for exchanging wedding vows. There’s nothing more romantic than saying “I do” at the ocean’s edge at sunset. Beach weddings are definite Kodak moments that a couple will cherish for a lifetime.
Mountain getaways allow couples to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Relaxing on a cabin deck at sunset while soaking in an outside jacuzzi for two is extremely romantic. Being one with nature will allow a couple to be one with each other.
Spa getaways allow some sensual time for the couple. Couples massages release stress and soothe tired muscles. Look into each other’s eyes as your tensions are driven away.
Special occasions are the time when couples should take a much needed break and escape, just the two of them. Time away to rediscover and reconnect with each other is vital in every relationship. Falling in love again and again with each other keeps the relationship fresh and allows each person to grow together, and not apart.
Anniversary vacations allow a couple to reflect on their relationship and celebrate their love. There’s romantic winery getaways throughout the U.S. Enjoy a romantic dinner, savor a bottle of wine and toast to each other.
Honeymoon getaways are popular in Hawaii, Florida, Las Vegas and Niagara Falls. These are destinations the couple will always remember at one of the most important times in their lives.
The Poconos in Pennsylvania is another ideal spot for a couples vacation. The fall is gorgeous with the colored fall foliage. Some resorts offer heart shaped tubs to soak your cares away, drink some chilled bubbly and revel in each other. Cuddle up by the fireplace and make some heat of your own.
Romantic getaways are also popular for Valentine’s Day. Even an overnight stay at a local hotel with romance, favorite beverages and a candlelight dinner can recharge the batteries of love. Valentine’s Day isn’t about the size of the gift, it’s about couples spending precious time together.
Romantic getaways can be more romantic with carriage rides, romantic dinner cruises, hand in hand walks on the beach, proposals in vineyards and taking your love to new heights on scenic helicopter tours, especially in Hawaii.
Many cities have scenic gardens with colorful flowers. A vacation to romance should include something that the couple doesn’t get to do very often – or at all. Strolling arm in arm through gardens and taking walking tours of the romantic destination the couple is vacationing in allows the couple to experience new things together.
Spontaneous is good, too! Enjoy breakfast in bed one morning, then check out a jazz bar for dinner. Or pick up and head for a romantic picnic by the lake. Some cheese, wine, crackers and your beloved are all that is needed.
Romantic vacations are needed by every couple to keep romance fresh. It doesn’t matter where you go, how far away you go, but alone time is something a couple needs to cultivate as often as they can.
Romance is where the heart is, whether you’re vacationing in your city or 3000 miles from home. Treasure your love, cherish your soulmate and make time for romance every day of your lives.