What’s great about the Algarve, asides its fabulous cuisine, friendly locals and world-renowned beaches, is that it’s a year-round holiday destination.
With a mild, sunny climate all year round, glamorous cities, traditional towns, stunning beaches and breathtakingly beautiful scenery, Provence is justifiably synonymous with the good life.
If you’re looking for a fun escape with the kids this half-term, the thriving and exciting city of Barcelona is a fantastic family holiday destination.
Mallorca is blessed with year-round sunshine, mild temperatures and the profusion of vibrant seasonal colours, making it a dream destination for those seeking fun in the sun amongst stunning natural surroundings.
Known for its rich maritime history where countless battles have taken place down the centuries, the ancient city of Brest, positioned at the tip of Brittany, is a beguiling port city to visit.
Chianti is an exceptionally pretty region of Italy that’s wrapped around Vinci in the west, Siena in the south and Rufina in the east. One stand-out feature of the Chianti’s stunning landscape is the row-upon-row of grapes, responsible for producing the quality, world-renowned wine of the region.
Caminha is an exceptionally pretty town tucked to the far north of Portugal. Tourism is sparser and more understated compared to many of the bigger, busier Portuguese towns and cities, despite the fact there’s a whole host of eye-opening things to see and do in this quaint and interesting Portuguese town.
Istria a scattered in plunging waterfalls, so beautiful that they never fail to attract a constant stream of tourists.
With a diverse landscape of quaint whitewashed villages, lush meadows, dramatic gorges, and pine-scattered hillsides rolling towards a periphery of beautiful beaches and interesting coves, it’s not surprising that the Guardian described Crete as being “one of the most distinctive and beautiful” of all the Greek islands.
The captivating town of Dubrovnik that faces the Adriatic Sea on Croatia’s southern coast is a mesmerising place to visit. A key highlight of what’s known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, is its characteristic Old Town, encircled with huge stone walls constructed in bygone eras.