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476. Ready, Set, Snowboard: Slide into Summer in Tignes
June 15, 2018


With summer already knocking on our doors, you find yourself longing for a bit of cool air in your lungs and some crunchy snow under your feet, or rather under your board. You sigh in frustration, knowing it’s too early to plan for your next winter snowboarding adventure, but one thing it’s definitely not too early for is planning your summer snowboarding adventure in Tignes. Yep, you read that right. While many an alpine mountain sheds a sizeable mass of their snowy coats in the summer, the resort of Tignes, happily situated in one of the spots with the most favourable summer snowboarding co... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

477. Tignes' Top Chalets for a Fabulous Family Ski Break
June 15, 2018


Tignes resort offers an unparalleled selection of quality chalets that will give you and your family the perfect base during ski season. Waking up to the mountain vista is an unforgettable experience that will leave your family yearning to come back year after year. The area is renowned for high-quality skiing opportunities that are suitable for all ages and abilities. Aside from sublime skiing, families can also take advantage of ice-skating, swimming and indoor sports. Caribou Like its reindeer namesake, Caribou Chalet is a majestic property that will not fail to warm the heart of... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

478. 5 Reasons to Head to Tignes in Summer
June 15, 2018


If you’ve heard of the resort of Tignes in the French Alps, you probably associate it with excellent ski pistes, stunning winter vistas, or the comfort of an evening by the fireside in a catered chalet. Tignes, if you visit in the summer, has even more to surprise you with, so read on to find out why you should pack the rucksack and head there straight away. You Can Ski a Glacier! The resort offers early risers 20km of glacier pistes to ski down. However, once the day gains in heat (usually around 1pm), the snow turns watery so ski lifts stop operating. If you don’t feel like skiing under th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

479. Looking for Options? Top Indoor Activities in Tignes
June 15, 2018


World-class ski pistes, stunning views of the Alps, picturesque treks and the luxurious comfort of a catered chalet: Tignes is unmistakeably a must-visit ski resort for all ardent skiers. However, it also has quite a few tricks up its sleeve to appeal to those for whom skiing does not run in the veins. If you are among them, then here are a bunch of indoor attractions not to miss. Indoor climbing Enthusiastic climbers will be excited to learn about the perfectly equipped indoor climbing wall. With various high-rising routes for advanced climbers and easier ones for interested beginners the w... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

480. Head High and Take on the Hiking Trails of Tignes
June 15, 2018


Tignes is one of the few mountain resorts which boast all-year-round possibilities for skiing. This extraordinary fact sometimes unjustly overshadows even the oldest and most natural interaction between man and mountain, namely climbing. An oversight of this kind, however, should be criminal, because some of the treks which offer the most breathtaking views of the French Alps are located precisely in this region. As soon as you arrive and settle comfortably in a catered chalet, Tignes will begin to charm you with its variety of picturesque trails of graded difficulty. Read on to learn about so... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

481. Tignes: A Hopping Resort for Little Snow Bunnies
June 15, 2018


Make the most of your family holiday in the French Alps by choosing from a range of high quality catered ski chalets. Tignes resort is the perfect destination to take advantage of such accommodation. Purpose built family residences minimize the hassle of travel and maximise the pleasure of the snow. Accommodation The first thing you notice as you step into your chalet is the superior wooden flooring and traditional stone surfaces. However, this luxurious environment is also complemented by an undeniably family friendly and welcoming feel. These are high quality catered ski chalets- ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

482. Weird But Wonderful: Europe's Top Strange Attractions
June 15, 2018


A museum filled with locks of strangers’ hair, castles inhabited by monsters, swimming pools filled with beer...who comes up with these things? Find out for yourself. (And remember, it’s always best to prepare for the surreal by basing yourself in reality. Book your flights in advance and invest in some travel insurance.) Europe is home to some of the most bizarre and obscure attractions in the world. If you’re looking for an utterly unique and sensationally strange holiday, consider adding some of these attractions to your itinerary. Out of the Box Oddities • Museum of Broken Relati... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

483. Visit Europe's Fabulous Family Fun Parks this Summer
June 15, 2018


Travelling with the kids this summer and not sure what to do to make sure they’re entertained? Take them to a fun park – no family holiday is complete without it. The children will have a blast and when they’re having a good time, so are the parents. It can also be a great idea to invest in some family travel insurance before you go, so you can focus on making sure the little ones are having a good time and not worrying about what happens if they accidentally hurt themselves. Now, here’s a list of Europe’s very best and family-friendly fun parks. Picking Your Park • Disneyland, Paris... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

484. Top Tips for Travelling in Europe with Children
June 15, 2018


For even the most experienced travellers, adding children into the mix can make it a whole new ballgame. You have to do a lot more preparation, budget much more carefully (thank God for cheap family travel insurance) and be far more aware of your surroundings once you’re actually abroad. These helpful tips and tricks will make all that planning a snap – and before you know it, you and your family will be enjoying a croissant in front of the Eiffel Tower. The Right Age Before taking your child abroad, it’s a good idea to consider whether or not it’s practical to do so. Lots of parents... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

485. Doing Dublin With the Kids in Tow
June 15, 2018


I officially dub Dublin child-friendly. ‘But Ireland and drinking are synonymous!’ you may very well say. Of course, the Irish definitely love a good Guinness, but there are more than a few activities completely suitable for children. In fact, Dublin is a great destination for families with youngsters because the flight time from England is so short. Once you’ve got your family holiday insurance and booked your flights, all you need is ideas for where to take the little ones – and have I got a list for you. Delightful Dublin • Pirates Cove – Arrrr you ready for the best pirate playgr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

486. 6 Places in Europe You've Never Heard Of!
June 15, 2018


You’ve seen it all. Paris. Rome. Milan. Berlin. It’s all been done. You’re absolutely sure you’ve explored every last corner of Europe. You’re desolate and depressed – and in luck. I’ve scoured the globe and found six secret spots that most people have never even heard of. Now, you can happily continue on your whirlwind European adventures, free of repeating anything you’ve already done. And don’t forget to grab some cheap travel insurance – Europe is notoriously safe, but you can’t always predict the future. Got all that? Read on and see the places on the map you’ve probably missed. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

487. Choosing a Guided Fishing Charter in Tampa Bay
June 14, 2018


Fishing is not a boring pastime passed down from generations. Many fishers find areas, such as off the gulf coast in Florida, to fish competitively. People compete to find the biggest fish they can, and some can be almost as tall as the person holding them! Especially when traveling, it can be difficult to locate the best spot to catch big and numerous fish. Hiring a guide can often be a fantastic help when fishing in a new place for the first time, or even when returning to a favorite fishing spot. A professional fisher who knows the area can always help to identify the most successful p... (read more)

Author: Arissa Dimond

488. 3 Off-the-Beaten-Track European Gems
June 14, 2018


For would-be explorers, living in the contemporary world can be a bit of a drag. Apart from outer space and the bottom of the ocean, just about everything has already been discovered. It may seem as though there’s nothing new to find unless you want to invest in deep-sea diving gear or a spacesuit. But what about the treasures that have been forgotten, tucked away from the public eye as tourists trample each other to get a glimpse of Mona Lisa or the Berlin Wall? Modern day Magellans looking to go where no man has gone before should consider European gems that take them off the beaten tr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

489. A Cultural Bucket List Trip to Europe
June 14, 2018


No bucket list is complete without a European adventure. One of the greatest parts of travelling to places such as Paris, Athens and Venice is all the culture and history that surround these fascinating cities. I’ve compiled a list of what I believe to be the top cultural gems of Europe – perfect additions when you’re planning your next trip. I always find the hardest part of a holiday is choosing what things to do and see. Hopefully by the end of this article your itinerary will be sorted and all you’ll have left to do is book flights, get your European travel insurance for peace of mind and ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

490. Accessible Malaga: Disabled Holidays Made Easy
June 14, 2018


There’s some good news for anyone who is disabled: holidays to Spain just became significantly more disability-friendly. For a while now, the country has been a forerunner for inclusive tourism – and now Malaga is hopping aboard the wheelchair-accessible train as well. The city is adjusting to fit the needs of those with mobility issues. From adapting landmarks to removing barriers to changing standards, Malaga is doing everything in its power to help people with disabilities enjoy their visit and experience everything that non-handicapped people can. Malaga Accessible One of the bes... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

491. 5 Barcelona Attractions for the Hard of Hearing
June 14, 2018


Putting together holidays for disabled people can oftentimes be difficult to do. You want to find appropriate and inclusive activities that are still a whole lot of fun. Barcelona is great place for anyone to travel to, especially if they happen to be hard of hearing. With all the wonderful and colourful visuals, there are endless things to see and do in this sunny Spanish country – and here’s a list of some of the best attractions for the hearing impaired. So Much to See, So Little Time • Mirador de Colom – Built in 1888, Mirador de Colom is a tribute to the explorer Christopher Col... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

492. No Barrier Shopping: Barcelona Markets for Disabled Travellers
June 14, 2018


Planning holidays for disabled travellers can sometimes be a bit difficult – not everything is made for those with special needs. Some of the things any holidaymaker looks forward to the most when going on their travels are relaxing on a beach and, of course, shopping – why not spend some time (and money) at these great markets in Barcelona? Not only are they historic, but they’re also easily accessible for those with physical handicaps. Read on for the three most disability-friendly markets Spain has to offer. Santa Caterina Market Santa Caterina is as much a work of art as it is a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

493. 5 Great Beaches for Disabled Access in Costa del Sol
June 14, 2018


For those who are disabled, holidays often take a lot of research and planning. You want to make sure the places you’re visiting have all the right features and facilities you need so that you can have the best time possible. Luckily, Costa del Sol not only ticks off your relaxation requirement, it also has a high number of beaches that are sensitive to the needs of the disabled. Holidays including trips to easily-accessible and safe beaches are simpler to create than you may think – so start covering yourself in sun cream because Costa del Sol has you covered. 1. La Misericordia, Málaga ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

494. USA Adventures Under your Own Steam: Kayaking the Na Pali Coast
June 13, 2018


Hawaii’s Na Pali coast, off the coast of Kauai, is one of the most beautiful places in the world, beloved by world travellers and Insta celebrities alike. And how better to experience it than under your own power? More and more tour companies are offering the opportunity to kayak around the sea-carved cliffs of the coast, an experience that’s unrivalled in the area, making its way onto bucket lists the world over. So what can you expect, what will you see, and what should you bring? The Cliffs, the Sea, the Beaches, the Rainforest Na Pali (“the cliffs”, translated literally) is ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

495. Car Hire Excess Insurance: Don't Drive Off Without It!
June 13, 2018


Freewheeling... Exploring a new place by car is one of the most convenient and exciting ways to get around. There’s a freedom in being able to pick your own times rather than hanging onto a bus timetable, maybe enjoying an extra hour or two at the beach, or striking out to find your destination’s hidden treasures off the typical tourist trail. Even picking what’s on the radio and what setting the air conditioning’s at. But driving in unfamiliar surroundings carries its own risks. Not every country has the same driving customs – and some can be outright hair-raising. Add to that the c... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

496. Say ‘Oui' to a Fantastique French Road Trip
June 13, 2018


Sometimes paradise isn’t on the other side of the world. Sometimes, it’s a ferry or Eurostar away. Whether you have a few days on a long weekend, a couple of weeks, or even several months, road tripping around France is often surprising, always rewarding. C’est la belle vie! What to See, Where to Go Like any major European country – especially one that’s been at the forefront world history from the Middle Ages, to the Enlightenment, World Wars and beyond – France is incredibly diverse. Be it long countryside drives, visits to historic vineyards, gastronomic delights, or bustling cit... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

497. Bucket List Bonanza: Hiking the Appalachian Trail
June 13, 2018


What goes through 14 states, (approximately) 2,184 miles, and almost every climate and ecosystem America has to offer? The jaw-dropping Appalachian National Scenic Trail – known as the Appalachian Trail, or just the AT. It’s taken partway or end to end by over 3,000,000 hikers each year, and along with the Continental Divide Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail, it’s one third of the Triple Crown of US long distance hiking. Where – and Which Way? The trail runs from south to north, from Georgia up to Maine. If you’re on a roll, you can even continue into Canada to the Atlantic – a jaunt... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

498. Weekend Breaks: A Sophisticated Stop Off in St Julians
June 13, 2018


Located up the eastern coast from Sliema and Valletta, St Julians is the Maltese district of choice for those seeking vitality and vibrancy from their excursions. The area is not only a cluster of casinos and bars but a town of exquisite shopping and, more than anything else, of prestige – this is a place to be seen in. What’s in St Julians Arriving at the international airport, Malta airport taxis only have to travel 8 or 9 kilometres to reach St Julians. Tourists can go straight to their hotel – of which there are many and of stunning quality. Westin Hotel at the beautifully named ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

499. Sun and Scuba: The Best Dive Sites in Mallorca
June 13, 2018


Diving is one of the most fascinating, well regarded and serenely beautiful activities that can fulfil the most ardent desires of adventurous holidaymakers. Mallorca is one of the best places to enjoy that. Mostly located in the west and south-east parts of Mallorca are sumptuous underwater areas. These are six of the best sites. And they’re great for both experienced professionals and total beginners – there are plenty of guided dives too, allowing everyone the opportunity to see a world few are lucky enough to visit. Mallorca truly is a heaven on earth. Isla Malgrats Just off ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

500. Connect with the Culture of Malta in Mellieha
June 13, 2018


If you’re looking for a beautiful, picturesque spot for your holiday, the village of Mellieha is the perfect place for you. This quiet yet cultured area of Malta overlooks the sandy beach of Mellieha Bay, making for beautiful views throughout your holiday. With fabulous accommodation options, village festivals to attend, and ferries to Gozo and Comino (these are easily accessible from a nearby village), you can experience the true culture of Malta and explore many of its tourist attractions. The Best Places to Visit in Mellieha The village is abundant with characterist... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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