It’s easy to see why Mallorca has become a firm favourite holiday destination over the years, wowing sun seekers of every age. But, there’s more to this jewel in the Mediterranean than just glorious blue skies. Visit Mallorca and you’ll be amazed at just how many other treasures this Balearic beauty has to offer.
When planning a holiday, one of the things that is probably on your mind constantly is accommodation. No vacation is complete without a place you can call your own. A place to return to after being a tourist all day, in which you can unwind and recharge your batteries before your next fun excursion.
A villa is a fantastic family holiday option. That’s because it will offer so much more space and privacy than a hotel and, what’s more, perks like cooking facilities will save you a lot of money on dining out. Add to this your own garden, patio and even your own pool (so no more rushing to get to a sun lounger) and you are officially in holiday heaven.
If you’re looking for somewhere exceptional to stay in the beautiful Luberon region of Provence, not far from the famous town of Bonnieux, then let us introduce you to Le Mas Martin.
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.
Unplugging from our phones, tablets, laptops and other devices can have significant benefits on the mind and body, helping us de-stress and truly unwind. Holidays provide the perfect opportunity to detox from technology and enjoy a week or two away from emails, SMSs, social media and more.
The great walls that surround the ancient city of Lugo in Galicia, North-West Spain are widely considered to be the best-preserved Roman walls, not just in Spain, or Europe for that matter, but in the world!
It’s safe to say that many of the other Greek islands receive much more attention than little Paxos, which is only seven miles long. But its dramatic craggy coastline to the west and unspoilt villages along the east coast are just as inviting as the landscapes of many of the better-known Greek islands.
Puig d’Es Mila is a beautiful country villa that’s nestled amongst the emerald hills that slope below the San Salvador monastery near the bustling town of Felanitx on Mallorca. This sprawling and characterful rural abode has five bedrooms, six bathrooms and can sleep up to ten guests in comfort.
It is now even easier to enjoy the delights of Brittany this summer. If you live within range of Manchester Airport, thanks to FlyBe both Rennes and Nantes can now be reached by direct flights. This is ideal if you are thinking about a quick city break, or even a full family holiday. Flight times