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Portland Head Light, one of Maine’s lighthouses (© Maine Office of Tourism)

Island adventures in Maine

Destination: Maine

Rugged and rocky: that’s Maine, with a long coastline punctuated by islands large and small. Remote and romantic, most are accessed only by ferry – making them perfect getaways this summer!

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Writer Reb Stevenson gets into the spirit of Pies on Parade with

Maine attraction: an insider's guide to Portland

Destination: Portland

Drop your anchor in Portland, Maine – a docile New England hub where you can beam at the pretty lighthouses, bag a robot and crack a lobster or two

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Over the rooftops

Guernsey - an island escape on the UK's doorstep

Destination: Guernsey

Golden beaches, rolling hills, heavenly seafood - Guernsey has everything you could want from a far-flung island getaway. But this little slice of paradise is less than an hour's flight from the UK...

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Sete at night (© Adam Batterbee)

Sun, sand, sea and Sète

Destination: Sete

The lively French Mediterranean port of Sete is the perfect place to indulge a passion for seafood and long sandy beaches

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Nohaval Cove, County Cork (© Tom Arnold)

Ireland's foodie haven: Kinsale and the Cork coast

Destination: County Cork

Great food and intriguing history, glorious scenery and hidden coves, arts, crafts and festivals – you'll find the lot when you explore the town of Kinsale and its surrounding countryside

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Puerto Madryn Rugby Club sign

Whales and Wales in Argentina

Destination: Puerto Madryn

Argentinean Patagonia is the place to head for fantastic whale-watching and some unexpected Welsh connections

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Front at Katelios

Kefalonia: snorkels, seafood and sexy wine

Destination: Cephalonia

Surprises and contrasts are what some of us travel for, and there are plenty of both to be had on the lovely Greek island of Kefalonia, in the Ionian Sea

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Kalk Bay harbour wall - the view from Live Bait

Eating and drinking in Cape Town

Destination: Cape Town

Cape Town isn't just a beautiful city - it also has a great foodie scene, with strong European influences. From breakfast to sundowners and beyond, these are my favourite places to eat and drink

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From the top of the Dune du Pyla, you can see the Banc d'Arguin

France - Dune du Pyla and delicious seafood in Cap Ferret

by Giovana

Destination: Arcachon

It was difficult to climb Pyla's scorching sands, but when I arrived at the top, I had a strange feeling of peace and a 360 degree-view of blues and greens to rest my eyes on

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View from the terrace of Blue Hayes Hotel (© Blue Hayes)

St Ives: the art of the possible

Destination: St Ives

Summer may be over, but St Ives, the resort-cum-art colony on the southwest tip of England, is open for business year-round nowadays. Even in winter, there is a healthy charm about the place.

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