by Allie Reynolds
Melbourne might have a chilled mellow exterior, but this city takes its food seriously. Dig a little deeper and you will discover a melting-pot of exciting flavours and a vibrant exciting food scene
If Croatia is the new Italy, then the Istrian peninsular is Italy in miniature – Venetian architecture, Roman remains, beach-life, great food and drink – see it all by hopping from resort to resort...
by Katie Samuel
Stunning views, fabulous food and total relaxation - we found them all in Setubal on Portugal's west coast, where we based ourselves at a rustic B&B and explored the breathtaking Arrabida coast
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.
The tourist office likes to promote Aruba as 'one happy island' - and the reality matches up to the hype, with seriously smiley people as well as idyllic Caribbean beaches
A visit to the tiny island of Montserrat gives a glimpse of a totally unspoilt Caribbean, as well as the chance to experience life in the shadow of an active volcano
If you are looking for long sandy beaches combined with magnificent mountains, then Ribadesella in Northern Spain is the place to go.
The Whitsundays are eastern Australia's must-do destination – and sailing is the only way to see them. These islands, halfway between Cairns and Brisbane, are picture-perfect and pristine
Energetic, vibrant, classy, chic... from its sleek towering skyscrapers at the heart of the city to its fabulous and fashionable beaches, Sydney is one of the most amazing cities in the world
South east Australia is home to some of the most captivating coastline in the world. One of its famed beaches even made it to the Guinness Book of Records for boasting the whitest sand in the world