Having spent summers in a castle in Scotland and on the coast of Greece, the royals know a thing or two about luxe vacationing. Here, we've rounded up their favorite places to getaway. (Who knows? Maybe they'll inspire your next holiday.)
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert purchased this in 1845 before using it as a seaside retreat and summer getaway.
The Duchess of Cornwall this 20-acre property in 2006. Since 2008, she and Prince Charles have used it as their home base during their annual summer tour of Wales.
Queen Elizabeth II's third son, Prince Edward, with his family just earlier this year to honor gold award recipients of the Governor General's Youth Award Program. They had previously visited for the same reason in 2011.
Denmark's Prince Frederik and his family vacationing in this northern town on the country's Jutland coast.
Prince Harry first , shortly after his mother's death. He's since made many a trip to the continent — including a 2015 tour during which he .
Prince Nikolaos of Greece and Tatiana Blatnik officially in this beautiful Greek city in August 2010.
Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie — the two daughters of Prince Andrew, the Duke of York — have spent skiing in this pretty Swiss village.
Princess Diana considered these relatively quiet Caribbean islands her .
Prince Albert first purchased this grand estate in 1852, and it has stayed in the royal family ever since. Queen Elizabeth II still gets away to this castle in the Scottish Highlands .
Jordan's Queen Rania was in this Italian paradise with her family last summer.
Before they were married, Prince William and Kate Middleton were seen in this Swiss skiing town.
Prince William and Kate Middleton first visited this beautiful private island in 2008, but they've since returned for many a family vacation — !
This Spanish island is home to Marivent Castle, the summer home of former King of Spain Juan Carlos and his queen, Sofia.