Lanzarote has been a popular destination for cyclists of all abilities for many years, with good reason. One of the principle reasons Lanzarote is a hub for cyclists is because of its climate – dry, warm and, unlike the UK, predictable.
The Algarve is world-renowned for its vast expanses of sand and long golden beaches. Being one of Europe’s most popular coastal holiday destinations beaches on the Algarve can tend to get busy during the peak summer season. If jostling for a place to lay down your towel doesn’t sound like your idea of a fun day on the beach and you yearn for a quieter spot to enjoy the fabulous Algarve coastline, take a look at the following five quiet coves on the Algarve where you’ll be able to escape the crowds and enjoy a more peaceful day on the beach
Croatia is awash with great festivals all summer long and a great example is the Croatian Summer Salsa Festival – eight days and nights of non-stop fun!
From well-known photographers to enthusiastic amateurs, hundreds of photographers in and around Brittany are keen to get their work displayed at the prestigious annual People and Nature Photo Festival in La Gacilly.
Another great villa not far from the beautiful town of Pollenca on Mallorca is Ca’n Puput. Ca’n Puput is a two-bedroom country home that is hidden out of view down a quiet country lane in the highly desirable area known as La Font.