The Seychelles is a number one destination for anyone looking for an active holiday filled with sun, beach and sea. These idyllic islands in the middle of the Indian Ocean offer the most beautiful beaches, the most colourful coral reefs, lush vegetation and turquoise blue water that remains at an average 26 degrees Celsius throughout the year.
Mahé’s Beau Vallon Bay is the perfect base for . . . → Read More: The new Savoy Resort & Spa in the Seychelles for the ultimate water sports holiday
Everyone loves a bit of magic, it makes a great film plot line and when added to a holiday it adds that extra layer of excitement. Thanks to two tip hotels in Brussels; the Marriott and the Renaissance you can now take this to a whole new level thanks to their Ice Magic package. These have competitive prices, an abundance of perks and some of the . . . → Read More: Great winter breaks to be had thanks to Belgium hotel bargains
A retreat for all water sport lovers in the Maldives
If you are looking for a family holiday that is full of fun and frolics, you must head for Vilu Reef & Spa Resort in SE Asian country of Maldives. This ancient island that makes you feel like Robinson Crusoe is situated inside the remote Nilandhe Atoll and you can get here in a 35 minute seaplane . . . → Read More: A retreat for all water sport lovers in the Maldives
The Mark Warner holiday company, who are specialists in family and activity holidays, has just reported that the bookings to their 4 Greek summer resorts on the islands of Kos, Lemnos and Rhodes, have risen by around 25% on this time last year.
As well as this, Mark Warner has also seen an increase of 15% on those booking watersports and tennis courses compared to 2012, and . . . → Read More: Mark Warner Greek bookings rise by 25%
A faux pas when it comes to the rules of etiquette when it comes to eating and drinking whilst travelling is very easy when you consider the different rules that apply to different cultures. While many of us rush gung-ho into trying to learn these cultures, it is very important to do your research before travelling as even within the same country the rules can be . . . → Read More: The etiquette applied to tipping
There is something about Miami that makes visitors wonder if there is something in the water. Quite frankly, the city is an eclectic mix of the most upbeat people you will find anywhere combined with fashion that is both bright and bonkers and stretched of white sand that look like silk. Whether you go for a jog along the beach, go shopping on Lincoln or venture . . . → Read More: Joining the shiny happy people of Miami
With the British weather seemingly in a state of confusion at the minute and thinks it is still winter, it is little wonder that we are flocking online to try and find a cheap summer holiday to give us something to look forward to. Some of the cheapest are to be found away from the well known resorts, and they all have a lot to offer . . . → Read More: Great beach holidays for summer 2013
Cheap and cheerful but inherently busy resorts are what many of us associate with Turkey, but there are several resorts that are much quieter and give you an altogether more relaxed and laid back holiday. These resorts will appeal to families with small children as well as couples or honeymooners who simply want to enjoy each others company without being surrounded by crowds.
Near Kalkan is Patara, . . . → Read More: The quieter side of Turkey
Dubrovnik is the jewel of the Croatian crown, with its absolutely stunning Old Town where you could spend days walking, exploring, and sightseeing. Dubrovnik has a lot of visitors in the summer due to the large number of cruise ships that dock here during that time. There is a wide range of accommodation here from 5 star hotels, private rooms, to hostels. A number of hotels . . . → Read More: The undiscovered magic of Croatia
The idea of getting permanent residency in an EU country is an important factor for property buyers especially those of Chinese origin. Paphos, a city in Cyprus has about 90% of the total number properties which are sold between the months of August and October going to buyers of Chinese origin. Soon after leaving Larnaca Airport, the first thing you will notice are the adverts for . . . → Read More: Cyprus sees a boom in Chinese property investors