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Europe’s Top 10 Airports

The airports in cities of Europe are amongst the best in the world. Being the ideal gatekeepers for tourism in all of Europe, the airports need to be top-notch in order to compete with each other all around the continent. Each year a ranking is made about the best airports in Europe, with various elements being considered in order...

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Classic British Holidays – Caravanning in North Wales

Think of the quintessential British holiday and what image springs to mind? For many it will be one of a family enjoying a week by the seaside in a caravan, with long days spent building sandcastles and evenings spent next to a barbecue. One of the best places to enjoy that kind of break is in North Wales Caravan Parks, where dreams...

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Falmouth: Cornwall’s secret gem

When people think of holidays in Cornwall the places that spring to mind are normally Newquay, Padstow, Rock and St Ives. But there are plenty more towns and villages in the Duchy which offer just as much as those destinations and more. When it comes to cottage breaks UK in Cornwall, holiday makers are spoilt for choice and one of...

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Head to Europe to enjoy some Autumn swell

When most people think about surfing they think of long hot summer days spent in the water, catching waves and then heading to a bar for a sunset session. But surfers know that’s not necessarily the best time to go out and get barreled. In high summer beaches are packed and the water is usually full of seasonal surfers bobbing up...

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What to look for in a last minute break in Wales

When you decide to opt for a last minute break you want to choose somewhere that’s easy to reach, as the last thing you want is to spend most of your time off travelling to a destination. This is why Wales holiday cottages could be the perfect choice for your short escape. But what should you look for in your weekend away in a...

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France vs Italy – Where to holiday for an Indian summer?

Summer is the best time of year, so when it runs on for a few months longer than expected it’s a real blessing. Of course, because we’re in the UK, we don’t often enjoy an Indian summer, so the best way to get to enjoy one is by heading abroad. Two of the most popular destinations for that are the South of France and Italy,...

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