08 Oct
the best way to check these distinct and flavoursome wines out is by going on holiday to this beautiful land.

Wines to savour in Istria, Croatia

Unlike the wines of Italy, France and Spain, you are less likely to find Istrian wine on the shelves of the supermarkets. With this in mind, probably the best way to check these distinct and flavoursome wines out is by going on holiday to this beautiful land. Aiding the nation’s present winemaking success, is the


 

06 Oct
Jerez de la Frontera

Jerez de la Frontera: European Wine City 2014

The Southern Spanish city of Jerez de la Frontera is a real privilege to visit. As well as its famous Flamenco dancing and internationally-admired white Andalucian horses gracing the surrounding countryside, this traditional yet elegant town also has more than its fair share of magnificent buildings. Though we have to admit Jerez’s most famous association


 

02 Oct
Istria, Croatia

Two beautiful towns of inland Istria, Croatia

People rightly enjoy the superbly formed indented coastline of the Croatian Istrian peninsula. However, Istria’s stunning coastline has an equally as compelling backdrop which comprises of many pretty hilltop towns and villages, which are both picturesque and historical. All it takes is a short drive in the car or a bus ride and you find


 


 


 

24 Sep
Kefalonia

Why Kefalonia?

For anyone heading to the Ionian Sea for their holiday, the island of Kefalonia has become a number one choice for tourists. Much of this beautiful island’s popularity stems from the fact it was setting for the blockbuster film “Captain Corelli Mandolin”. That said, there is much more to Kefalonia than merely being a place


 


 


 

14 Sep
With 55 million of France’s residents on holiday on the Côte d’Azur during the summer, things can get a little hectic in this popular region of the south of France. In September, October and November, things become significantly calmer on the idyllic French Riviera.

Two of the quieter ‘must see’ towns in Côte d’Azur

With 55 million of France’s residents on holiday on the Côte d’Azur during the summer, things can get a little hectic in this popular region of the south of France. In September, October and November, things become significantly calmer on the idyllic French Riviera. Alongside the thinning of the crowds, the sun’s strong rays give