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Tenerife is famed for its year-round sunshine and volcanic heart. But did you know there are also has a number of great beaches and upscale beach clubs in Tenerife where you can soak up the sun and the atmosphere? The island of Eternal Spring, as Tenerife is known, has year-round sunshine and more than 50 beaches on which to enjoy the Saharan breeze that cools the heat from the Canary Islands' unending sunshine. Most sources would have you believe that the best beaches in Tenerife lie in the island's sizzling south coast resorts of Los Cristianos and Playa de las Americas. But don’t dismiss Tenerife's green north as you'll find some divine coastline in and around its capital Santa Cruz and it's main northern resort of Puerto de la Cruz as well as towns like Garachico.
The Canary Islands are a well-known destination for those craving a vitamin D top-up during the winter months, and for holidaymakers looking for a destination that appeals to the whole family. Gran Canaria - the second largest of the Canaries - is a great holiday spot. Known for its fabulous coast, year-round sunshine, and beautiful scenery, there is so much to keep you entertained on this diverse and exciting island. Here’s five of the best things to do in Gran Canaria while on holiday.
There are some places we go to where we already have preconceived ideas of what we’ll find. Despite there being countless unusual things to do in the Florida Keys and Key West, it remains one of those destinations. Firstly, the weather in the Florida Keys, well, there is all of that sunshine. The most southerly stretch of the Sunshine State is spoilt with long days of sunny rays. And with the tip of Key West just 90 miles from Cuba, it’s a very tropical climate. Then there’s the food - with around 1,700 islands of the Florida Keys and mile upon mile of coast, you’d expect the area to have excellent seafood. Not only will you find the freshest lobster, but also conch, a shellfish from which the locals have penned the Keys’ nickname - the Conch Republic.
There are many reasons for us all to travel and enjoy holidays around the world, sun, sea and relaxation are commonly sited. There is a growing trend towards activitiy holidays and one that is surging in popularity is golf. It should not be a major surprise that one of the most popular and effective ways to improve your golf game is through travel. Not only does a holiday allow you to get away from the pressures and distractions of your daily life, but some of the best golf schools in the world are scattered far and wide. Golfing holidays provide opportunities to visit places you’ve never been to before and play a few rounds in exotic destinations.
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The towns of south-west France in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region may shy away from the limelight more than other parts of the country. While the Côte d'Azur flashes glamour, the Nouvelle-Aquitaine coast is more genteel. But then no-one likes a show-off, do they? And to miss this region's huddle of seaside towns would be a crime.
A holiday in New Orleans is a wonderfully vibrant assault on the senses. Culturally colourful, it's a city built on over 300 years of fascinating stories of the most creative people. And as the proud birthplace of jazz, a break of five days will allow you plenty of time to enjoy the many cool and unusual things to do in New Orleans.
With a fusion of Cajun and Creole flavours in its dishes, this is a melting pot of French, African and American cultural influences and a mecca for music.
Toes sinking into warm white sand, waves gently lapping at the shore and a sun that fills you up with warm happy vibes - not to mention all those delicious rum punches. Yes, Antigua has a lot to afford it for anyone who wants to fly and flop onto its beaches. But what about when you're bored of the beach, or have had your fill of chill? It may be a small Caribbean island but there are plenty of cool and unusual things to do in Antigua.
Here is a fact I recently found astonishing: one in every nine holidays taken globally is a cruise holiday. And after being aboard Norwegian Cruise Line's (NCL) latest ship for its inaugural cruise to explore and take in its innovations for this Norwegian Bliss review, I have a greater sense of the popularity of holidaying at sea. If you are new to cruise, you are in for a great surprise. If you have been on cruise holidays before - visited numerous ports of call, sampled a ship's many restaurants, enjoyed the entertainment and (some unusual) attractions, you already know what a good experience it can be. But with the launch of Norwegian Bliss, whatever you think you know about cruising - be prepared for things to take yet another step forward.
For travel adventurers who enjoy nothing more than exploring a new country, experiencing interesting cultures and ticking off another destination on the bucket list, finding somewhere unexpected and unexplored is always great. Sandwiched between Russia and Turkey, Georgia is a country you probably haven’t thought about visiting before.
Small it might be, but Georgia – the country, not the US state – is mighty. It is the newest holiday hotspot, attracting visitors from all over the world to experience all it has to offer - and it really does have lots of appeal.
For everyone from those who want to laze on the beach, to mountain trekkers and village explorers, this country delivers.
Its eclectic culture, UNESCO world heritage sites, and some of the most hospitable locals you’ll ever meet, combine to make it a perfect destination. So let’s delve in and see what is making visitors flock to this beautiful country.