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  • Hallstadt Austria

    What’s Great About Austria?

    An interview with Herwig Kolzer, UK Manager at the Austrian National Tourist Office. What’s so great about Austria?  Holidays in Austria are extremely diverse and are composed of several aspects, making Austria stand out from its direct competitors.  Austria encompasses culture, cuisine, nature and regeneration, intertwining the best natural scenery […]

  • Hiking in the Austrian Alps

    by Trevor Claringbold It was a shrill electronic version of ‘The Hills Are Alive With The Sound of Music’ that woke me rudely from a deep sleep. Adding it as the ring-tone for my phone’s alarm had seemed like a good idea whilst en-route to the Tyrol, but unsurprisingly at […]

  • Beth Ditto Guide to Ischgl

    The Beth Ditto Guide to Ischgl

      Beth Ditto and her indie band, The Gossip, launched the 2010 ski season in Ischgl, a traditional Austrian village nestled in the Tyrolean Alps. But before her performance at the Top of the Mountain Concert, she told eager reporters that she’d never heard of Ischgl, let alone skied or […]

  • Brittany Ferries’ new fast route to Le Havre

    Brittany Ferries’ new fast route to Le Havre

    Leading French holiday ferry company, Brittany Ferries, has announced that it will commence services between Portsmouth and Le Havre from 17th May to run throughout the summer until 16th September. Operating four days a week, from Thursday to Sunday, using their high-speed vessel, the crossing will take just 3 hours 45 […]

  • Palacio ca sa Galesa, Palma, Majorca

    Set in the centre of the oldest part of Palma, the capital of Mallorca, is a 16th century town house previously owned by local nobility, now converted into a modern luxury boutique hotel. It is called Palacio ca sa Galesa. It is on a quiet, narrow street, Carrer de Miramar and […]

  • Iceland – Both Ways Up

    Iceland – Both Ways Up

    Trevor Claringbold joins Easyjet on its inaugural flight to Iceland and experiences the Golden Triangle, Reykjavik and Iceland’s many volcanoes. I’d been in Iceland less than half a day, and had already enjoyed a whistle-stop tour around two sides of the ‘Golden Triangle’. We were now on a dark, moody […]

  • Bovec, Slovenia, looking towards the Mangart

    Adventure Holidays in Bovec, Slovenia

    Owing to its unique position amongst the Julian Alps in north western Slovenia, Bovec has emerged as one of the prime outdoor sports destinations anywhere in Europe. It’s easy to reach at low cost, and staying there is inexpensive too. It’s also within easy reach from Southern Germany, Austria, Hungary, […]

  • Skiing in Saalbach with Graham Bell

    Skiing in Saalbach with Graham Bell

    How the Ski Sunday presenter turned Katy, ‘Kamikaze’ in Saalbach.   “You’re not really carving properly” says Graham Bell as I bomb it down the slope using my preferred method of semi straight lining.  ‘Your turns are quite sharp and unfinished and you need to ‘bend zee knees’ more. Follow […]


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...