(Virtual) Travel GuideOur Favorite Pink Destinations
Designed by architect Ricardo Bofill, La Muralla Roja sits atop a rocky cliff overlooking the Mediterranean. See more of this gorgeousness in a new series by photographer Sebastian Weiss, from Wallpaper* magazine, here.
Nicknamed "The Pink Palace of the Pacific," the Royal Hawaiian Hotel has gotten plenty of screen time, from the film Punch-Drunk Love to the season six premiere of Mad Men. The resort gets name-checked in Joni Mitchel's 1970 song, "Big Yellow Taxi," too.
Head to Rua Nova do Carvalho, where the streets are paved with… pink. While this area used to be the red-light district, now it's a bar and nightlife destination.
Craigievar Castle is like something out of a fairytale. In fact, it's rumored that this pink beauty was the inspiration behind Disney's Cinderella Castle.
The island of Hokkaido is famous for its kaleidoscopic flower fields, but if it's pink you're after, Higashimokoto Shibazakura Park is for you. There are shades of rose and fuchsia as far as the eye can see.
Sports lovers, we've got a place for you too. The Madonna Inn in Central California leans heavy into the magenta aesthetic—right down to the tennis and basketball courts outside.
The Rajasthan capital is so renowned for its pink architecture, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee officially dubbed it the "Pink City of India" last year. Fun fact: The pink dates back to 1876, when the city was painted in the rosy hue to welcome the then-Prince of Wales, a.k.a. King Edward VII.
Villa Alkhozama isn't something out of a fantasy—although it sure looks like it. This beautiful pink villa, surrounded by lush gardens and olive trees, can be rented. For now, though, a girl can simply dream…
There are so many pink beaches out there, we split that off into a separate list. Check it out here.