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Summer destination for couples HELP!

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Hey everyone!

I'm searching for a summer destination for me and my boyfriend and I would really need some advice from you.

We thought about Mallorca, Sardinia and Sicily, but we don't really know which island would be better to choose and which city/place on that island. We want to see some beautiful beaches, but also to find smth to do on the island: some water sports, sightseeing or beach clubs. We are both young (22 and 24) and we don't want a boring vacantion. If anyone visited the islands mentioned before and could make a quick comparison and give me an advice, I would be very happy!

We want to stay for 4-5 days and each of us has a budget of 1000-1200 Euro.

Thank you so much! :)

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