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The town's most famous former resident: Eric Morecambe

Be wise and visit Morecambe

by Debstar

Destination: Morecambe

The recently regenerated seaside town of Morecambe should not be overlooked. Take a stroll along the promenade, build sandcastles and admire the exhibitions and public artwork on display

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Gloucester Tree - you can climb up to the lookout post

Trees, trails and tranquillity in Western Australia

Destination: Pemberton

Nestled in a quiet valley, four hours' drive south of Perth, lies the little town of Pemberton. Surrounded by forests of the world’s largest hardwood trees, it's the perfect spot for a romantic break

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Pollensa's Plaza Major - the main square

Pollensa: culture, calm and creature comforts

by Glynis

Destination: Majorca

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)

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The Lead Station

Independent Manchester: Chorlton and Didsbury

Destination: Manchester

If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city centre, stroll alongside the River Mersey, or shop in some of Manchester’s most stylish independent shops, head south to Chorlton and Didsbury

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Town wall by Angela Wheeler

Great Yarmouth: vibrant and captivating for generations

by alicia

Destination: Great Yarmouth

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

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The Marlborough Sounds

Marlborough: wine, water and walks

Destination: Blenheim

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

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Tejeda

Northern Gran Canaria: rum, bananas and tropical forests

Destination: Gran Canaria

Away from the main resorts explore Northern Gran Canaria, a mountainous landscape of gorges, craters, traditional villages and hidden coves in the Canary Islands

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Hotel Puntagrande © El Hierro Tourism

El Hierro: the smallest and most remote Canary Island

Destination: Canary Islands

On the western edge of Spain's Canaries, there is nothing vaguely resembling a resort on El Hierro, an island with a rugged volcanic coast, superb diving conditions and romantic restaurants

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Mountain villages on Santo Antao Island

Exploring Cape Verde and meeting the Sheriff of Nottingham

Destination: Sal

Island-hopping and trekking in the Cape Verde Islands: a funky fusion of African hospitality, Latin American music, Caribbean-style beaches and Portuguese heritage

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