By Jenny.McKelvie

Isle of Coll: unsung Scottish gem

With its epic scenery and white sandy beaches, the little known Isle of Coll, one of Scotland’s hidden treasures, gives the likes of Harris and Bermuda a run for their money

The best of Bermuda

Bermuda deserves attention for its stunning natural beauty and the diversity of its attractions. Here are just a few of its highlights

Dundee: city of discovery

Dundee has a colourful past and an even more colourful present, with historic buildings and naval masterpieces in a stunning setting on the River Tay

Cool camping in Scotland

In case you hadn't heard, camping's cool again - and you don't have to go far to pitch your newly trendy tent, because some of Europe's finest campsites are in Scotland

Tallinn’s stunning Old Town

In 1997 UNESCO added the historic centre of Tallinn to its World Heritage Site list. Visiting today it is easy to see why: this well-preserved Old Town is one of Europe’s most charming

Montenegro: the real pearl of the Adriatic

With clean sandy beaches, well-preserved old towns and a coastline every bit as dramatic as Croatia's, it can only be a matter of time before the tourist hordes rediscover the magic of Montenegro

Cape Town: a natural beauty

Cape Town’s boast that it enjoys the most dramatic setting of any city in the world might just be true. This verdant oasis, sandwiched between mountains and sea, is, quite simply, stunning

Korčula's a jewel

According to local legend, Marco Polo was born in Korčula and chose to enjoy his twilight years there. It's easy to see how this lovely Croatian island could have captivated the great adventurer