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Destination: Soller
If you love the smell of orange blossom and the taste of home-made ice cream, invigorating mountain walks and gentle seaside strolls, the town of Soller in Mallorca will suit you down to the ground... read more »
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Norway’s Nordland region is an outdoor adventure lover’s dream, and has 24-hour daylight in summer. So how much can you see in a sleepless, adrenaline-fuelled weekend?... read more »
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Russia’s northern lakes are beautiful, serene and easily reached from St Petersburg. So why do so few foreigners take this magical trip?... read more »
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Destination: Winchelsea, Rye
Winchelsea in East Sussex, on the brink of Romney Marsh, is a beautiful centre for anyone wanting to mix hiking and history or birdwatching and beer... read more »
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Calm, clean and cultured, with an incredibly beautiful setting, Geneva is nothing short of gorgeous. It's also the perfect base for boat trips on the lake and scenic train rides high into the Alps... read more »
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North Wales not only has some of the most dramatic scenery in Britain, it also boasts pretty villages, historic towns, medieval castles, and a real welcome in the Snowdonia hillsides!... read more »
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Got three or four days to spare? Then head for the pretty pueblo of Mojácar in Almeria, where you can soak up the year-round sunshine, explore desert and beaches, and eat wonderful local food... read more »
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Berchtesgaden is a small town nestling in the Bavarian Alps and is surrounded by mountains and lakes that offer visitors a variety of activities whatever the season, here is the best of summer...... read more »
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Destination: Lake District
A turbulent geological past has left Cumbria in northwest England as an environment of extremes: extreme topography – and extreme mythology ... read more »
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If you fancy a walk in the Yorkshire Dales, why not put yourself to the test and see whether you can qualify for the Three Peaks Club. Afterwards, visit a local pub for a well deserved pint... read more »
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The rolling Cotswold hills boast some of the loveliest countryside in England and outstanding hotels with sleek spas and roaring log fires. Here’s a shortlist of favourites... read more »
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Destination: Newcastle
Combine healthy, physical, outdoor exercise with great entertainment, fine lodgings and homely food for that well-rounded weekend break or short holiday in Ireland... read more »
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The tranquil middle Thames is Wind in the Willows country. My guide visits sites immortalized in Kenneth Grahame's book as well as Jerome K Jerome's Three Men in a Boat... read more »
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Whilst the crunch continues, staycations have proved to be a popular choice this summer. So why should you consider North Wales for your budget break?... read more »
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Rural England is right on our doorstep, though often overlooked. Join me on a weekend exploring the countryside of East Northamptonshire... read more »
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The English Lake District is full of dramatic scenery and stunning waterways, none more popular than the jewel of the southern Lakes: Windermere... read more »
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Destination: France
It's a small distance between Gavarnie and Lourdes but their attractions are so different; whether you come in search of wild mountain scenery or a place of religious pilgrimage you will find it here... read more »
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Cotswolds - a picture perfect and delicious tour through the northern Cotswolds: perfect views from Cleeve Cloud, delicious cream tea at Winchcombe, fun for kids, stunning villages and lovely wal... read more »
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Destination: France
Ossau and Aspe are two easily accessible and beautiful Pyrenean valleys, which are a great introduction to the region and with much to offer the traveller ... read more »
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The pleasant little town of Namur makes the perfect base for exploring the Belgian Ardennes, a scenic region of steep river valleys, dense forests and historic sites aplenty... read more »
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