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“The crisis is over and the Spanish yacht charter market is back.” These are the words of Lorenzo Vila, Director of 25-year-established easyboats, the first motoryacht charter company in Mallorca.
We have all got used to the idea that grey is the new black and that chicken tikka masala is the new staple meal, but the idea that mountain biking has become the new golf takes a bit more getting used to.
With summer approaching and UK travellers beginning to research their holidays, hotel search website trivago.co.uk has compiled a list of ten up-and-coming destinations. Searches made during 2013 were compared to searches made during 2014, to select ten destinations with the largest increase in searches.
The Princes of Gwynedd traced their royal line back to ancient times and became the most powerful dynasty in medieval Wales. Their kingdom stretched from the fertile lands of Anglesey to the soaring peaks of Snowdonia and at one point expanded to cover much of Wales.
Research from UK holiday property rental company, holidaycottages.co.uk has revealed that one in seven children believes that they might come across fictional creatures from the Harry Potter series in the British countryside.
With a raft of holiday accommodation based across glorious locations across the UK, CSMA Club’s Leisure Retreats will put a spring the step of any discerning holidaymaker – especially as it unveils a whole host of late availability deals just in time for a spring break.
Families Worldwide reports a significant increase in bookings for its European destinations as the pound continues to strengthen against the Euro.
The proud emblem of Paris – the Eiffel Tower, has been hailed as the most iconic landmark in the world, according to a study.
Many Brits are shunning the sun in favour of a snow holiday, with 44 per cent of people revealing they would be happy to trade a beach holiday or city break for the slopes. Almost a fifth of people go on a snow holiday every year and over 20 per cent of lucky Brits hit the piste two or three times a year.
Celebrating the recent of announcement of an injection of £637,050 Government funding into West Somerset's Steam Coast Trail, Visit Exmoor looks at some of its other well-known Trails that provide a breath-taking network of multi—user paths for walkers, cyclists, runners and in many cases wheelchair users.
It’s now well over a year since all charter yachts operating Spain, irrespective of size, could claim exemption from the infamous matriculation tax, and several months since non-EU-flagged superyachts were allowed to charter within Balearic waters - ample time to see if the new legislation works.
Fancy a bite with a great white? In an Australian first, Adventure Bay Charters on South Australia's Eyre Peninsula has launched an aqua submarine, perfect for observing sharks in their natural environment without getting wet.
Families looking for alternative Easter holiday ideas can head to the shores of the Italian region of Liguria for a whale watching short break.
Bottle-feed tiny lambs, explore dazzling bluebell woods, enjoy festivals galore – there are lots of moments to treasure and magical memories to create on a spring visit to the National Forest & Beyond.
It’s not just women who love to be pampered and polished. In response to The Club Spa’s huge increase in the number of male guests visiting, it has launched a new range of Luxury Men’s Treatments.
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