Archive for category: Activity Holidays

  • A passion for pasta in Lazio
     

    A passion for pasta in Lazio

    Pasta can often be seen as a carrier for a sauce, a staple form of carbohydrate whose role is simply to fill you up. However, to experience true passion for pasta you have to travel to Italy. In its homeland it is the main event at meal times. Sauces are […]

     
     
  • Exploring the world’s ‘Best Family Ski Resort’
     

    Exploring the world’s ‘Best Family Ski Resort’

    The ski resort of Les Menuires, in France’s Three Valleys ski area was recently voted as The Best Family Ski Resort at the prestigious 2015 World Snow Awards. We sent Paddy Daly and his young family to test the claims. Christmas is the ultimate family time and there is no […]

     
     
  • Late availability and offers posted w/c 23/3
     

    Late availability and offers posted w/c 23/3

    Ski Holidays W/C  11th April. Mountain Heaven (www.mountainheaven.co.uk  0151 625 1921) are offering selected catered chalets in a number of French resorts for just £299 per person (was £399), including shared transfer from Geneva. Resorts on offer include La Plagne, La Rosiere, La Tania, Les Arcs, Courchevel and Morzine.  Usual […]

     
     
  • Whisky, Shakespeare, Crete, escorted rail, Spain and more!

    The members of the Association of Independent Tour Operators are all specialist companies who provide unusual and stimulating holidays all over Europe (and beyond) for travellers who want to get away from the mainstream, but who still want the security of a bonded tour operator (the ‘bond’ ensures that your money […]

     
     
  • Matterhorn at 06:45
     

    150 years of Brits in Zermatt

    Zermatt has a reputation amongst even the least experienced skiers of a seriously good ski destination. It also has a justifiable reputation for being pretty expensive, so who was I, a mere one-time skier, to turn down the opportunity of seeing it for real? It was the Brits who introduced […]

     
     
  • Round up of news and offer snippets for skiers
     

    Round up of news and offer snippets for skiers

    We are routinely sent offers and news. Here’s a small selection of the best from last week relating to ski holidays in France.   25 Years Anniversary – 25% Discounts! Ski Amis are celebrating 25 years of providing quality catered chalet holidays to the French Alps and to mark the occasion […]

     
     
  • Rebirth of a ski market?
     

    Rebirth of a ski market?

    News has reached us of a new product launch from a UK company called Footprint Holidays. The company has long had a ski programme based exclusively in the resort of Morzine in France’s Portes du Soleil area but they have just launched a fully catered chalet in the Canadian resort of Whistler. […]

     
     
  • This is Luxury! Experiencing Holland from a new perspective
     

    This is Luxury! Experiencing Holland from a new perspective

      Travel Writer David Powell tries a different type of cruise, he goes barging through the waterways of Holland on the Panache, a luxury hotel barge operated by European Waterways. He reports on his cruise for Eurodestination. With miles of tranquil, scenic canals to explore in Holland, I was looking forward to an […]

     
     
  • Holidays with altitude
     

    Holidays with altitude

    If you thought summer holidays were all about beaches then you need to read our guide to summer in the Alps. Click here for details of the best value summer holiday you’ll ever have

     
     
  • Carlina Belle Plagne Residence
     

    Luxury In La Plagne – New Residence Opens In Belle Plagne

    The Carlina Residence comprises five swish, contemporary ski-in, ski-out boltholes each accommodating up to ten guests in four or five bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. Furnishings in neutral, calming tones, flat-screen TVs, well-equipped kitchenettes, ski lockers with boot driers, a private sauna and free WiFi enhance any stay, and the panoramic […]

     
     
  • Annecy – Venice of the Alps
     

    Annecy – Venice of the Alps

    By Trevor Claringbold The last time I was in Annecy was about seven years ago, when it was merely a convenient stopover on a back-roads drive to Monaco. We’d arrived after dark, and had the briefest glimpse of the town and its magnificent lake, through an alpine mist, as we […]

     
     
  • Kitzbuhel – An Alpine Gem
     

    Kitzbuhel – An Alpine Gem

    by Trevor Claringbold There’s little doubt that Austria is blessed with far more than it’s fair share of attractive towns and villages. The majority, of course, also enjoy some of Europe’s most impressive mountains as a backdrop. So how do you choose just one in which to spend a few […]

     
     
 

Tenby flat with Seaviews

Panoramic views over Tenby town walls and beach

Tenby, Wales, United Kingdom
My place is close to great views, restaurants and dining, the beach, family-friendly activities, nightlife, town walls, parking. You’ll love my place because of the location, the ambience, the outd...