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Destination: Ventnor, Isle of Wight
Trip type: Short Break
There’s no need to jet off to far flung places when you can get golden beaches, luxury hotels and gorgeous countryside right on your doorstep, in the Isle of Wight... read more »
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Destination: Champagne-Ardenne
Trip type: Food and Drink
Champagne is, and always will be, one of the world’s great drinks – but a visit to this pretty part of France is even more rewarding than drinking the lovely stuff... read more »
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Times may be tough - but there are bargains to be had, even at the luxury end of the market. Here are my tips for top hotel breaks in Ireland that won't break the bank... read more »
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Destination: Majorca, Deia
While many people only see Majorca for its sun, sea and crowds, this Balearic island does have its stylish side. Fall in love with the hidden gem that is Deia... read more »
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Destination: Majorca, Pollenca
Majorca was never on my travel wish-list - until a trip to the quaint, historic town of Pollensa revealed that there's far more to this Spanish island than sun, sea and sand (though they're there too)... read more »
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A trip to Kangaroo Island offers the chance to spot wallabies, koalas and seals. And if that sounds like too much hard work, you can just sit back and watch the waves with a glass of homemade gin!... read more »
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Santiago de Compostela, in the Spanish province of Galicia, is one of Catholicism’s most holy sites - but the area has a lot more to offer than prayer... read more »
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Even with only a short time to spend in Chile's capital Santiago, you can get a great impression of the lively city. Here's a walking tour of my favourite parts to help you cram in as much as possible... read more »
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Destination: Isalo
Trip type: Activity, Adventure, Eco
No pay, no news, no reviews. ... read more »
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Destination: Great Yarmouth
Trip type: Beach, Family, Short Break
Great Yarmouth, with its rich historic past and wide sandy beaches, was a popular seaside resort for generations. It is just as exciting today and is great for children and adults all year round... read more »
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Destination: Sligo
Don't be fooled by the untamed scenery of Sligo. With its literary heritage, art galleries, fine food and pubs, this corner of north-west Ireland is anything but wild – unless you want it to be... read more »
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Take an off-season tour around the Dingle Peninsula and discover deserted beaches, snow-capped mountains and friendly pubs without the crowds... read more »
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Destination: Josselin, Malestroit, Lizio
Trip type: Activity, Family
Brittany is full of wonderful places. Do you want chateaux, modern history, coarse fishing, water activities, walking and cycling? Or do you want to chill out and eat well? Brittany has it all... read more »
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I had a crazy notion that to be truly on holiday you had to either be speaking a different language or spending a different currency. A week camping in Cornwall proved that’s utter nonsense ... read more »
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It may be one of New Zealand's top wine regions, but there's more to Marlborough than just Sauvignon Blanc. Enjoy spectacular walks and exploring waterways in the stunning Marlborough Sound... read more »
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Destination: Ellmau
Trip type: Family, Winter Sports
Austria's Ski Welt region, with its smattering of charming resorts (including the gorgeous Ellmau) offers such a vast amount of glorious skiing you’ll want to go back time and time again... read more »
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Castleton may be a well known centre for outdoors adventure, but it’s also a great base camp for a relaxing weekend in the glorious Peak District... read more »
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Canyons, mountains and waterfalls; hearthlands, gum trees and old tin sheds; stalagmites, stalactites and an underground river. The Blue Mountains offers them all, with fine food and culture to boot... read more »
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Destination: Macau Peninsula
Trip type: Cultural
From traditional shrines and temples to Vegas-style hotels, the former Portuguese colony of Macau has lots to offer visitors... read more »
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Destination: Newquay
Newquay hits the headlines in summer for its waves and wild parties. But visitors also flock to this Cornish gem for the ocean walks and views, historic hotels and the Britain's best fish and chips... read more »
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