If you are touring around the Var region in search of delicious Cotes de Provence…
Glorious sunshine, golden sands and summer fiestas are some of the many reasons to consider a family vacation in St. Tropez.
This desirable destination balances its quaint beauty with the glamour of an exclusive seaside resort: the harbour hosts modest fishing boats and deluxe superyachts; the 17th-century Citadel overlooks the 21st-century water sports in action along the coastline; rugged landscapes meet glamorous beach clubs.
With something for everyone, we’ve found three of the most family-friendly locations that you can rent a villa in St Tropez – all are safe, stunning and close to some of the French Riviera’s best beaches, restaurants and shops.
Summer has already started and if you are still planning to go on vacation, then look no more. With the world cup just around the curve are you sure you want to go far from home? This summer we bring you some of the best summer getaways that the UK offers you. These places are awesome and easy to reach, which makes them perfect for short getaways.
Here’s our listing of some of the best summer destinations in the UK.
Backpacking is one of the most common forms of traveling, especially among the younger generation. Getting the opportunity to explore, experience, and understand a new culture is wonderful, and it is becoming something of a trend. Trotting the globe with nothing but a backpack full of your most essential belongings slung over your shoulder is accompanied by a feeling of liberation and opportunity. Whether you are trekking mountains, travelling Europe by train, or exploring the sandy beaches of the world, backpacking can offer you something that standard travel cannot: the real, nitty gritty experience of travel. If you are heading out on your first backpacking adventure than it is certainly worth taking a look at our top five backpacking destinations!
A tried and true way of spending some quality time with your family is by taking a ferry trip. The open water, onboard entertainment and spectacular views that ferries afford make them a truly wonderful family experience. Not only will you have a tirade of activities at your fingertips and the ability to take your car with you, but you will also be connecting and making memories with those who matter the most to you! So take a look at our top tips for making the most of your family ferring adventure! You definitely won’t be board on board!
I’m sure that we’ve all heard it before. There seems to be no end to the chat about a certain exit. It’s even got to the point where my dad mentioned it over the Christmas meal.
To be honest, I’ve had enough of worrying about it. I have had my say and i need a break from it. So I thought I would have a look at going away on holiday.
London’s famous landmarks and tourist hotspots are well-known. We have all heard of Big Ben or the Houses of Parliament, but what does London have to offer we do not hear about. What are the lesser known gems and things to do that the average visitor to London might not experience? We will look at five of our favourite.
For many travellers, Cape Town is a must visit destination, as there are things to do in Cape Town to meet every traveller’s want. The city is stunningly beautiful and has so much to offer. Beautiful mountains surround Cape Town giving it a look and feel about it which sets apart from the rest of South Africa. With a unique geography, the town can offer visitors a range of high octane activities including windsurfing and mountain climbing. For those less adventurous, there are also opportunities for sunbathing and wine tasting. The real draw of travelling to Cape Town, however, is its history and multiculturalism. It is a loud and colourful place, with Zulu singing and dancing, an opportunity to party at its vibrant club scene and of course the chance to shop and eat at the V&A waterfront.
Most Americans will never see Maine, the least populated state east of the Mississippi. Nestled in the far northeast corner of the United States, far beyond the hustle and bustle of Boston, Maine is an incredibly relaxing destination. In fact, it is consistently named the most peaceful state in America, according to a report released by the Institute for Economics and Peace. There are plenty of reasons to visit the Pine State, from its rugged natural beauty to its role in U.S. history.
Homestays have become an increasingly popular alternative when it comes to accommodation in a new place, especially for students. With a homestay, you can gain plenty of advantages – the least of which is an affordable and comfortable place to stay whilst you are pursuing your studies. Homestays in the UK are more varied than ever, and students and travellers from around the world can attest to their essential benefits. Homestays are fun, interesting, and allow for a more immersive experience in an otherwise unfamiliar (and sometimes daunting) location. Have you been thinking of homestay accommodations for yourself but aren’t quite sure what you can get from it? Here are the most important benefits you can get from a homestay.