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351. Sneaky Snakes: Amazing Reptile Spotting on Menorca
February 05, 2019


If you're a wildlife lover, the Balearic island of Menorca is an excellent place to enjoy a holiday. Whether you’re looking for lizards around the walls of your Menorca villa or scouring the undergrowth in a nature reserve for sightings of snakes, reptile spotting can be a rewarding pursuit on this beautiful island. Below we’ve collated a few tips for how to get the most sightings of reptiles, and while they’re written with Menorca in mind, they apply to more or less anywhere. Start Early Reptiles are unable to internally regulate their own body heat, and the cooler their core temper... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

352. Sample the Mouth Watering Seafood of Menorca
February 05, 2019


With a prime position amidst the warm, bountiful Mediterranean Sea, it's no surprise that the lovely Balearic island of Menorca has a rich tradition of making the most of seafood in its cuisine. For the dedicated 'foodie' visiting Menorca, even a short break is the opportunity to explore the unique tastes and flavours of the island's traditional and contemporary cuisine. From just-caught fish plucked fresh from the boat to creamy seafood stews to strange looking ocean delicacies you've never even heard of before - you'll have the opportunity to try some of the most delicious seafood in th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

353. Tried and True Tips for Bird-Watching in Menorca
February 05, 2019


The Balearic island of Menorca is a fantastic place for bird-watching: it has enough land for land birds, enough coast to attract sea birds and its hot summers and mild winters make for a very avian-friendly environment. While most holidaymakers can enjoy a spot of bird-watching simply while relaxing in their Menorca villa, some of the more passionate twitchers may want to go out of their way to seek rare sightings. Here are some tips for spotting birds in Menorca. Equipment Bird-watching requires certain equipment in order to enjoy it fully, so, at the least, it’s always worth havin... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

354. Discover the Taste of the Unique Mahón Cheese
February 05, 2019


For those visiting Menorca to enjoy the Balearic Islands' renowned climate and relaxed Mediterranean ambience, its capital, Mahón, is one of the most important places of interest. Alongside its stunning natural harbour (which holds the title of one of the largest in the world) and beautiful beach, the historic 'old town' centre has a wealth of history and culture to explore on a leisurely day trip. A Famous Export As well as the more obvious delights on display around the city, there's another very important iconic aspect that everyone visiting Menorca should seek out and enjoy: the ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

355. Creepy Crawly Creatures: Menorca's Thriving Insect Ecosystem
February 05, 2019


Despite the lack of the swamp-like conditions usually associated with thriving insect populations, the Balearic island of Menorca has a large number of dragonflies, damselflies and butterflies. If you’re spending summer in Menorca and have a personal (or professional) interest in entomology, you may want to try to see some of the species below. Be aware that insects are notoriously difficult to photograph, so if your goal is to snap a photo of one of these creatures, consider spending a little time practising before your holiday. Emperor Dragonfly Renowned for its striking blue colou... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

356. 5 of the Best Beaches on Menorca
February 05, 2019


Looking to spend your holiday in a fabulous and relaxing Menorca villa? Holidays that see you located around the many beaches of the island give you access to a host of nearby beaches as well. No matter where you choose to base yourself, make sure you get out and explore some of the most amazing beaches on the island – there are a lot to choose from! Cala Macarella – If you're looking for crystal-clear waters, dive in to test the ones at Cala Macarella, in Menorca. Villa holidays mean that even if you're not based at a particular place, you have the freedom to visit even for a day trip. T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

357. A Plethora of Plant Life: Botanical Gems of Menorca
February 05, 2019


The Balearic island of Menorca boasts a rich biodiversity. Beloved by naturalists, it is an excellent place to see a host of African and European species, and is also home to several endemic plant species. If you plan spend a portion of your summer in Menorca, below are just a few of the species you may see. Apium bermejoi Keen botanists visiting during a summer in Menorca may want to head to the northeast of the island in hopes of seeing a member of this species. A. bermejoi is endemic to the island and critically endangered, with fewer than 100 individual plants and 50 mature ones.... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

358. The Best Way to Explore Menorca on Foot
February 05, 2019


If you’re looking for an unforgettable Mediterranean getaway, why not consider one of our favourite Menorca villa holidays? Staying in a villa will provide you with an amazing opportunity for independence and the ability to explore in your own time. If you'd like to see the island's beauty under the power of your own feet, consider these popular walking and hiking trails. Cami de Cavalls This is the island's most famous walking path, and with good reason. The scenery is to die for, encompassing coastal views, forest tracks and lush countryside. Time it right, and you can even ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

359. Tips for Tourists: What to Know About Menorca
February 05, 2019


Menorca villa holidays are highly popular for families and nature lovers, and it's not surprising with all that sun, sea and fun! Having your own villa home-away-from-home is the very best way to enjoy this idyllic Mediterranean getaway. However, it always pays to go prepared, and there are a few titbits of information that may prove useful to jot down even before booking your island getaway. Emergency Services Being able to contact emergency services (112) is definitely a must while visiting Menorca. Villa holidays are usually extremely relaxing, but if you do encounter an eme... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

360. 3 Must-See Museums on Menorca
February 05, 2019


Menorca villa holidays are invariably a wonderful experience, especially during the summer months when the sun and surf are at their best. However, it's not just about the beaches; there is also a rich and vibrant history that can put the current culture and architecture into perspective. Whether you aim to learn more about the island’s storied past or just want to appreciate the development of its charming cultural background, you must make the time to visit these top three museums while there. Museo de Menorca This aptly named institution is a pretty good first choice.It is si... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

361. Top Historical Monuments Around San Lluis, Menorca
February 05, 2019


If you’re planning to visit Menorca, villa holidays in San Lluis come highly recommended. The town itself is located pretty close to the Menorca Airport, while the municipality has many resorts that cater specifically to the needs of tourists seeking a Mediterranean holiday. Menorca villa holidays in San Lluis can be a lot more interesting, educational and culturally enriching if you spend some time learning about the island's vast history. Here are the top historical monuments you shouldn't miss while staying in or around San Lluis. Trepuco This prehistoric settlement is one ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

362. How To Choose The Best Travel Stop
February 05, 2019


For those of us out there who have memories of long, agonizing family vacations, there was one shining light at the end of the tunnel — the travel stop. No matter how comfortable your parents tried to make the car, you found that after the first couple hundred miles, it didn’t matter anymore. All you wanted to do was be wherever it was you were going. If you were lucky, you had enough room to get somewhat comfortable even with a sibling or two kicking you once in a while. More often than not, though, you had to share what little space was to be had with a massive cooler. There’s no need t... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

363. Why Do Families Choose Peisey-Vallandry for their Ski Holiday?
January 29, 2019


A slightly quieter neighbour to popular ski resorts La Plagne and Les Arcs, Peisey-Vallandry is situated right in the middle of Paradiski. This is a large ski area boasting of over 400 kilometres of pistes and 10,000 hectares of terrain. This winter sports location is a great choice for families as it serves skiers of all abilities and doesn’t play host to any boisterous parties or loud nightlife. Being a newer resort means that it is not as jam-packed as the other, more popular areas, so it’s a great place to bring the little ones. Family Fun Peisey-Vallandry ski resort is fu... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

364. Where to Stay on a Peisey-Vallandry Ski Holiday
January 29, 2019


Peisey-Vallandry ski resort is part of a 400-kilometre stretch of pistes and is surrounded by two famous, (and usually busy) resorts – La Plagne and Les Arcs. It’s a fantastic holiday destination, especially if you’re looking to escape the crowds. It’s a relatively new resort and boasts a little more cultural authenticity than other, more tourist-based areas. One of the many things travellers love about this place is the wealth of accommodation options available in and around the traditional villages. Wherever you choose to stay, you’re sure to enjoy your Peisey-Vallandry ski holiday. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

365. Peisey-Vallandry Skiing: Suitable Slopes for Beginners to Experts
January 29, 2019


Situated between the more famous destinations, La Plagne and Les Arcs, Peisey-Vallandry is a relatively new ski resort on the commercial skiing scene. It is located right in the centre of Paradiski, a colossal ski area with over 400 kilometres of pistes and 10,000 hectares of terrain. Since it is a hidden gem, you’re likely to enjoy more serenity and have a memorable holiday with family or friends. It is also ideal for those in the group who may have different levels of skiing expertise, as there are various opportunities to suit everyone. For the Beginners The best part about ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

366. Portuguese Resorts Perfect for Disabled Access Holidays
January 28, 2019


Portugal is a beautiful country full of fabulous resorts and there’s no reason why using a wheelchair or requiring disabled access should be a barrier to all it has on offer. Many easily accessible destinations and beaches are located in the scenic southern region of the Algarve, not far from the city of Faro. Transfers from the airport can have you speeding away to one of these lovely destinations in no time. The Allure of Albufeira The charming nature of Albufeira helped to make the Algarve the tourist hotspot that it is today. This beachside destination offers something for every... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

367. Enjoy a Classic Beach-Lover's Getaway in Dalaman
January 28, 2019


Turkey’s Dalaman region is known as the Turquoise Coast because of its cool, jewel-toned water. The sandy beaches are long, inviting and convenient to access from your hotel. Wherever you stay in Dalaman, transfer companies will make your travel easy and maximize the amount of time you have to relax. Sarsala Koyu Lounging in Sarsala Koyu feels like being in another world, even though you’re just a few steps away from civilisation. This is a secluded little cove that locals love and is perfect for a low-key holiday. There’s a shop with small concessions, but most visitors enjoy b... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

368. Wine and Mustard: Two of Burgundy's Best Palate Pleasers
January 28, 2019


France is perhaps best known for its exceptional variety of wine and delectable cuisine. The country’s Burgundy region offers the best of both. Easily accessible by river boat cruises in France, the cities of Dijon and Chablis are renowned worldwide for their signature offerings – unmatched mustard and locally-made wine, respectively. While these can also be easily bought from a supermarket almost anywhere in Europe, there’s nothing that can match the opportunity to savour these specialities in their own hometowns. For a gourmet, visiting these cities will be a palate-pleasing adventure. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

369. Tipples to Try on French River Cruises Around the Gascony Region
January 28, 2019


The Gascony region in France makes for a fun, interesting getaway. If you love the occasional evening drink, you’ll not regret hopping aboard one of the French river cruises in the area, as there are many interesting types of tipple which are traditionally popular here. What’s a better way to spend a relaxed, romantic holiday than sampling some of the country’s most impressive alcohol? Here are the specialties you should definitely try. Authentic Armagnac This alcoholic beverage is a signature specialty of Gascony. While it does share some similarities with its counterpart cognac, A... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

370. Taste Traditional Provence on French River Cruises in the Region
January 28, 2019


The Provence region of France is best known for its picturesque scenery and lush lavender fields, but it’s also home to a variety of gastronomic delights. While some of the signature dishes are now replicated in restaurants worldwide, there’s nothing that can beat the authentic taste of these specialities served in their towns of origin. For someone who truly appreciates the finesse of French cuisine, the perfect way to experience an array of traditional foods is to hop aboard one of the fantastic French river cruises through Provence. Here are some of the delicious creations you shouldn’t mis... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

371. THINGS YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY AVOID ON YOUR LONG TREK
January 28, 2019


There are many things to consider while going on a long trip. You should definitely avoid the problems that are mentioned below. The long trek can be like that of Kanchenjunga Trek. (https://www.himalayanexploration.com/about-kanchenjunga-trek/) 1. Blisters Nothing will mess your trip quicker than blisters where every step is agonizing, and no quantity of mountain peaks may stop you from focusing on the pain you feel. Hiking in new hiking boots you haven't worn is almost asking for blisters, while it's fine to purchase new hiking boots for your TMB experience, break them. Also b... (read more)

Author: Anish Sah

372. Malaga's Tapas Bars: Something New for the Taste Buds
January 25, 2019


Sampling local food should be part of any foreign holiday. There’s nothing better or more wholesome than getting to know a new place through its cuisine, and there are fewer Spanish towns that taste better than Málaga. Out of all the local dishes, tapas are some of the best. However, there are so many tapas bars it can be quite a daunting prospect choosing which one to visit first via one of the city’s taxis. From Málaga Airport to Gibralfaro, here are some of the best spots in the city. El Tapeo de Cervantes The bar may be small but its menu is large. This is the best and broad... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

373. Dance the Night Away: Pubs and Clubs in Málaga
January 25, 2019


There are an abundance of activities in the Andalucían city of Málaga, with lots on offer for almost every demographic and type of holidaymaker, especially those who are in search of fun and frolics. The city is fast developing a reputation for great pubs and clubs – perfect for a weekend getaway of partying. The centre of town is particularly lively; a great destination whether you are interested in quality drinks or just want to dance to good music until the early rays of dawn. Additionally, the heart of the city is quite near where your plane will touch down, meaning the fun can start ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

374. Water Park Adventures with the Family in Lanzarote
January 24, 2019


It can be tricky to find the perfect holiday activity to suit the whole family, but beautiful Lanzarote is the perfect getaway, with a number of adventure parks catering to every need. For thrill-seekers, water-babies and sun-lovers alike, this gorgeous Canary Island is the ideal break. Lanzarote resorts allow you to enjoy fabulous sunshine, great food and spectacular views while catching up on some quality time with the family. Rancho Texas Animal Park Rancho Texas Animal Park is bursting with a fantastic range of activities that will keep both little kids and big kids entertained a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

375. The Best Hotels for Golfing in Marbella
January 24, 2019


Truly treat yourself on your next break and take your pick of Marbella’s best golf holidays. Nicknamed ‘Golf Valley’, the Nuevo Andalusia region boasts several world-class courses, perfect for those looking to work on their skill and technique. The region is also a fabulous location to enjoy some well-earned rest and recuperation, with its picture-perfect beaches and stunning natural beauty everywhere you turn. These three resorts are some of the very finest Marbella has to offer for the keen golfer. Soak up the sunshine while you putt to your heart’s content during your stay at one of t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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