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With the Rugby World Cup well under way, Brits across the country are pulling on their rugby shirts to support their team in style.
Next year marks the 10th anniversary of the UK’s leading family adventure holiday company, Families Worldwide, and this week their new 2016/17 brochure is launched revealing 13 new itineraries, taking the total number of options to over 50 trips in 40 countries around the world.
Mallorca’s shipyards are facing one of their busiest maintenance and refit seasons since the economic downturn and waiting lists are already in operation. 25-year-established easyboats, who set up its brand new maintenance and refit division last year, is urging boat owners to make some fast decisions.
The clock is ticking until the release of the major motion picture, Pan (16th October). For those that are ‘hooked’ on the story, now is the perfect time to book an enchanted escape of your own.
When Lonely Planet rated Tasmania among the world's top regions to visit in 2015, there was one experience they said was not to be missed. A multi-day walk like no other – where dolerite chasms are crossed, tall eucalypts cast shadows and footprints are left along towering sea cliffs.
Leading European escorted tour operator Leger Holidays has discovered the top “Travelation” moments of holidaymakers across the nation – revealing there is a single trigger moment where people decide to book a holiday.
The inspiring new Slow Travel Fest, taking place in and around medieval Monteriggioni, near Siena in Italy from October 9 to 11, is offering walkers of all levels some unique propositions, as well as the chance to explore stunning Tuscan landscapes and the ancient pilgrim route - the Via Francigena.
Stunning coastline, idyllic fishing villages and fresh, local food. You can be forgiven for craving a visit to Cornwall as curmudgeonly GP Doc Martin returns to our screens.
Sydney is blessed with a temperate climate and beautiful parklands and beaches making outdoor training sessions a pure joy for those who like to combine exercise with fresh air.
Defined by the statement, “It's yachting, not cruising,” SeaDream Yacht Club offers guests the ultimate yachting experience – the epitome of casual elegance.
One in every eight of the Capital’s dwellers (12.4 per cent) is jealous of Harry Potter’s broomstick as a mode of transport, followed by President Barack Obama’s Air Force One jet (10.6 per cent) and James Bond’s speed boat (8.3 per cent). Beating the traffic and staying above ground – sometimes quite a way above ground – is what Londoners yearn for from their daily commute.
The countdown is on to the start of the ski season and 2015-16 in the Austrian Tirol promises to be action packed, with new hotels, improvements to ski lift infrastructure, new initiatives and tour operator additions.
Australia is known for its vast coastal panorama, vibrant interior landscapes and lush tropical rainforests, and what better way to really experience the country’s stunning backdrops than on a self-drive motorhome holiday, roaming free on the open road.
Last Saturday 22 August saw the seventh outing of Gibraltar’s comical Charity Cardboard Boat Race. Taking place, as always, in Ocean Village Marina, organisers William Tilley Lodge RAOB managed to pull off another vintage event for competitors and spectators alike.
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