If 2012 was all about Olympic aspirations and extraordinary achievements, 2013 is all about keeping that rich sporting legacy alive.
Sports-related tourism is now one of the fastest growing sectors of the travel industry. On average 12 million international trips are made annually for the purpose of watching or taking part in a sporting event.
Next year, 2013, marks 100 years since the first successful ascent of America’s highest mountain, Mount McKinley, in Alaska’s Denali National Park.
Brand new from Eurocamp for 2013, a stay Les Pins puts the best of the Languedoc on the doorstep. And with seven nights during summer half term 2013 costing just £504 per family, the best value is guaranteed too.
Tour skating is a great way to spend sunny winter days outdoors. Finland’s Lakeland and the Baltic Sea around Aland are ideal for speeding through breath-taking national landscapes on a pair of skates.
There are many people who love the idea of a mountain holiday in the snow during the winter months but who don’t like to ski for a variety of reasons.
Make 2013 a year to remember by taking on a bucket-list trekking or cycling challenge - and raise money for charity at the same time if you wish.
Wildfitness has announced that children are now welcome at all three of its destinations, enabling parents to focus on, and make the most of their fitness course with the added comfort of having their children nearby.
From Tróia in the north down to Zambujeira do Mar in the south, with superb coastal paths, country trails, a shining surf and proud Atlantic cliffs backing unspoiled beaches, the Alentejo coast is up there with the best for outdoor activities, from hiking, surfing and biking, to kayaking, golf and yoga.
Finding the perfect romantic holiday destination that will keep beach lovers and their action heroes happy is often a real challenge.
Now the Olympics are over, it doesn't mean sport has to end. Grab your passport and jet off to continue your 2012 sporting year with a trip to the Great Lakes.
This family adventure break offers you the perfect opportunity to experience exciting adventure activities under the expert guidance of professional instructors.
Olympic-inspired Britons on holiday next year will be swapping their deckchairs for diving boards, their loungers for lawn tennis, and their sun-hats for cycling helmets.
Learning holidays have shown impressive resistance to tough trading conditions by increasing in popularity while package holidays and the travel industry are in general decline.
As Post-Olympic Depression or P.O.D. sweeps the UK, independent holiday specialist Chameleon Worldwide suggests a number of ways in which to enjoy an active holiday in keeping with the theme of the games, whilst keeping POD firmly at bay!
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