by Susan Hughes
Treat yourselves to a five-star experience at Playa del Duque and combine winter sun with fun-filled family activities. You'll keep coming back
Seeking a destination that’s easy to reach, not too harsh on your bank account and offers something for almost everyone? Try Tunisia! (Just watch out for the country’s many answers to Del Boy)
Explore the surprisingly undeveloped north of Lanzarote in the Canary Islands and take in sleepy fishing villages, volcanic landscapes and wild beaches
by Julia Hunt
A few miles off the Breton coast, Belle Île has been a popular destination with French travellers since the Impressionists depicted its charms more than a century ago
Grand Cayman is well known for diving with its spectacular walls and eerie wrecks but now there is even more reason to visit, as the USS Kittiwake has been sunk there, creating an artificial reef
With miles of golden sand, great food, big city sights and a theme park to rival the best America has to offer why travel any further?
Some people say Malta is like Marmite – you either love it or hate it! For me, it is the former and a love that began not long after I could walk
by Alison Craig
St Andrews, Scotland - a golfers' mecca steeped in history, art and culture with beaches, shopping and great food and drink. It has something for everyone.
A break in the Cornish fishing port is a must. Not only does it have fine food, a perfect setting and suberb beaches nearby, it's home to England's quirkiest tradition - the Obby Oss
The island of Penang combines the diverse cultures of China, Malaysia and India with the history of the British Empire among beautiful architecture and sandy beaches.