Archive for category: Travel

  • Late availability and offers-Mexico, Cornwall, Amsterdam & Greece
     

    Late availability and offers-Mexico, Cornwall, Amsterdam & Greece

    A lovely mixed bag this week with something for everyone! 7nts, FIVE-STAR SECRETS, MEXICO, FROM £1,389 PP – SAVE £800 PER COUPLE: DialAFlight (0844 556 6060, www.dialaflight.com) offers savings of £800 per couple at the brand-new Secrets Akumal (pictured) in the heart of the Riviera Maya (opening 1 November 2015). […]

     
     
  • 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 […]

     
     
  • An affordable peak season family holiday!
     

    An affordable peak season family holiday!

    Family holidays in peak summer season can be just a little expensive, to say the least. However, if you fancy a holiday on France’s glorious West coast (with some of the longest sandy beaches in Europe) we suggest you have a look at an offer that was sent to us […]

     
     
  • 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 […]

     
     
  • 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

     
     
  • Weird and wonderful festivals 2014-part1
     

    Weird and wonderful festivals 2014-part1

    We love a good festival, and we don’t just mean tented cities with lots of bands. Food festivals, wine festivals, saint’s festivals, giants festivals…they are all a great excuse for a knees up.  French regions do festivals really well and Charente Maritime is no exception (who wouldn’t love a party […]

     
     
  • The Best Place in Venice. Campo Santa Margherita.

    By Rick Lotzkar. There is a little hidden slice of Venetian heaven not far from the well beaten tourist track. A sublime and comforting refuge from the crowds which sometimes threaten to overwhelm the more popular sections of this unique and delicate city. It is an island within an island. […]

     
     
  • 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 […]

     
     
  • Ravenna the magnificent dom
     

    Ravenna Italy

    With a staggering eight Unesco World Heritage sites, Ravenna is an amazing place by anyone’s standards. The former Byzantine city, and capital of the Western Empire, has a magical blend of new and old. Its captivating elegance has a way of making you feel relaxed and comfortable, from the first […]

     
     
  • "Toi Moi Mer", Ostend
     

    A Gastronomic Weekend in Ostend

    by Gary Phillips Before being offered this trip, I hadn’t really given much thought to visiting Ostend, a town often ignored by the hordes of tourists to Bruges, its close neighbour. There had been a few times when I’d travelled through at night after a long train journey from another […]

     
     
  • DFDS Princess of Norway
     

    Ferry Review: Newcastle to Amsterdam

    By Robert Lidster This route is operated by DFDS’ MS Princess of Norway. For more information and booking, visit the DFDS Seaways Website. As we approached the DFDS Seaways International Ferry Terminal at Royal Quays North Shields, we could see the m.s. Princess of Norway looming high above the terminal […]

     
     
 

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...