As summer draws to a close but temperatures remain warm, the fields and hills of Mallorca grow ripe with fruits and crops ready for harvest.
MAC Cosmetics and the MAC Pro Team will be descending on the legendary Virgin Media Louder Lounge VIP area at Virgin Media ' s V Festival, Hyland ' s Park, in Chelmsford on 17th and 18t h August, to keep a host of top celebrities, performers and guests looking refreshed from dusk until dawn.
Say “Irish music” and flame-haired dancers or Guinness-drinking fiddlers come to mind, but there’s a thriving festival circuit with three events well worth pitching up to in August, says Irish Ferries.
The Algarve offers a diverse culinary scene for visitors to discover from speciality local dishes rich in flavour to fine-dining and Michelin-starred restaurants.
Tenerife is pushing the boat out this summer. The biggest of the Canary Islands is hosting two major events that will delight sport and music fans alike: the Professional Windsurfers Association World Championships and the Arona Summer Festival.
The first international mountain bike race in the southwest Peloponnese, which is also the only one included in the 2013 international calendar of bike racing by the International Cycling Union (UCI) in Greece, is taking place on 11th to 13th October 2013.
The Isle of Anglesey has plenty to offer every kind of holidaymaker this summer season, from relaxing weekend retreats, outdoor adventures to historic trips discovering the gems of this beautiful Welsh isle.
Bury St. Edmunds will host a Food and Drink Festival this August Bank Holiday, and the Angel Hotel is offering visitors a holiday package which includes accommodation on a B&B basis and a three-course dinner from £159per room, per night – saving 30%.
With summer here, and the school holidays just around the corner, the Isle of Wight is celebrating more Blue Flags and Seaside Awards than ever before.
France is the classic summer holiday destination where we as a nation continue to hold a fascination and flock to in droves.
Festival goers will spend on average £390 on each festival experience this year, according to a study from the Co-operative Bank.
If you are going to a music festival abroad, get the inside track on how to enjoy without getting into any hassle.
Festival attending Britons will need to borrow money to keep on partying - with half (51%) blaming bad budgeting, and nearly a quarter (24%) due to loss or theft, according to research by Barclays Pingit.
Garden and floral lovers looking for an intimate festival this year can head to Guernsey from 6-14th July for the annual Floral Guernsey Summer Festival.
As the festival season gets underway, research from Post Office has revealed that festival goers will pack their rucksacks with an average £524 worth of gadgets.
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