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  • Romania

    Robert Lidster visits Romania

      Bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Ukraine, Romania also has borders with Hungary, Serbia and Moldova. Covering some 238,391 square kilometres (92,043 square miles), it is a country blessed with a temperate climate. With just under 20 million inhabitants, Romania is listed as the 7th most populated member […]

  • Palm Beach Hotel

    10 reasons to visit Larnaka, Cyprus

    Travel journalist, David Powell, visits Cyprus and with the assistance of the local Tourist Board, finds many reasons to stay in the lovely area of Larnaca ….. 1) A Lovely Location Larnaca provides quick and and fairly effortless travel by air thanks to the main modern airport that serves the […]

  • 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 […]

  • Crete Church Roof

    Captivating Crete

    Crete is the largest of the Greek islands lying in the South East Mediterranean and is the legendary birthplace of the Greek God Zeus. For a relaxing holiday,with the option to explore Crete’s fascinating history, a 5 star luxury stay at Aldemar Hotels’ Royal Village , and the adjacent award […]

  • Zakynthos – The Misunderstood Greek Island

    Zakynthos – The Misunderstood Greek Island

    Andrew Morris attempts to quell vicious rumours about this beautiful island. Ask most people what they associate with Zakynthos, the third largest and most southerly of the Greek Ionian islands, and chances are they’ll say loud clubs and free-flowing beer. But despite what the package companies try to tell you, […]

  • Lanzarote Vapour Trails

    Lanzarote Vapour Trails

    Like many other people, Lanzarote was for me an island that all my friends and relatives had visited on holiday but was that one island in the Canaries that had somehow eluded me. It does after all get over 5.5 million visitors per year, so it was just a matter […]

  • Beach Brittany

    Family Camping Holidays in Brittany, France

    Boasting the longest coastline in France, Brittany is a delight of beaches, special islands, historic towns and wildly beautiful landscapes. By Sue Dobson Beaches of fine sand backed by dunes and interspersed by creeks and curving bays, craggy islands and dramatic gorse-carpeted cliffs, home to nesting seabirds, define Brittany’s 2730km […]

  • A Beginners Guide to Nice

    A Beginners Guide to Nice

    by Trevor Claringbold A chic, elegant, glamorous retreat, much loved by the rich and famous. That’s the popular impression of Nice, and certainly one the city would prefer those who have never been to continue to believe in. The truth, however, is nowhere near the sparkling image. It’s the fifth […]

  • 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 […]


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...