Whether you are looking for a 5* hotel for you honeymoon or an all-inclusive family holiday in the Balearics we have holidays and hotels for all budgets. Browse the examples below for inspiration or call us on 0800 270 7747 to discuss your requirements.
There's more to Florida than theme parks and Mickey Mouse. With over 360 days of sunshine and over 1000 miles of coastline there is something for everyone.
Head to South Beach in Miami for the party scene or Key West to visit Heminingway's second home. For golf lovers, head to Naples or the world class clubs near Disneyworld!
Foodies should head for the upmarket towns of Sanibel, Bradenton or Fort Myers on the Gulf Coast.
Florida has it all and with direct flights from the UK it has never been easier.
The City That Never Sleeps. The Big Apple. So good they named it twice. We all know the taglines that go with New York, but nothing can quite prepare you for this amazing city.
With it's grid like streets it's very easy to get around and the subway system is affordable and easy to use. But for the best experience, put on a good pair of shoes and walk. New York is a walking city and in doing so you get to see so much more. Stroll down Broadway to Wall Street, stopping by Macys, Bloomingdales and City Hall.
Visit Radio City Music Hall to star spot and head to Times Square or Broadway to catch a show. Stroll through Central Park in the middle of Manhattan, stretching from 59th to 110th Street with it's zoo, museums and countless movie set locations.
Take the free ferry to Staten Island to view Lady Liberty, welcoming everyone to New York. Head to the Empire State Building at dusk to watch the city sparkle.
This city is amazing and never fails to disappoint.
Greece is a constant favourite with UK holidaymakers. The mix of islands and contrasts ensure that even the most seasoned travellers won't be disappointed.
Rhodes has been blessed with more than its fair share of beaches, many of them covered in golden sands. If you’re looking for sun loungers and restaurant-lined promenades, head to the northwest coast around Rhodes Town or the southeast coast around Lindos. For something a bit more secluded, strike out and explore some of the island’s many hidden coves.
The island’s most ancient ruins date back to the 8th century BC, and the old walled part of Rhodes Town is a UNESCO World Heritage site, complete with a medieval castle. Club-lovers flock to Faliraki for the 24-hour nightlife, but you’ll find a more cosmopolitan party scene in Rhodes Town with plenty of clubs, cocktail bars and live music venues to keep you out after dark.
Crete is steeped in history. Some of the mountainside villages have barely changed in centuries, while the sprawling ruins at Knossos are over 3,000 years old. The archaeological museum in Heraklion is one of the finest in Greece and will tell you everything you need to know about the island’s past, including its ancient glory days under the rule of King Minos.
Looking for a family-friendly holiday with sun, sea and sand? Agios Nikolaos, Sissi or Stalis will tick all the boxes. For a taste of tradition or a romantic retreat, head to the hills where you’ll find quaint villages like Koutouloufari and Piskopiano. If it’s world-renowned nightlife you’re after, make a beeline for Malia, the island’s party capital.
Kefalonia is also one of the most unspoiled. Its coast is lined with sandy beaches and dramatic white cliffs, while the middle of the island is covered in mountains and vineyards. No wonder it was used as the backdrop to the film of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.
Life on Kefalonia moves at a relaxed pace. Skala is the liveliest spot on the island, but even here the evenings tend to revolve around sunset cocktails rather than club crawls. Daytimes are devoted to countryside strolls or soaking up the sun on the island’s ample sands.
There are many more islands please contact us and we can talk you through them.
The Balearic Islands of Majorca, Ibiza, Minorca and Formentera have been long established UK favourites for the last 4 decades. Each island is different with Ibiza attracting the party crowd, while Minorca is a firm family favourite. However there are quieter and busier resorts on both islands.
Majorca has the lion’s share of beaches in the Balearics, from C’an Picafort in the north – all sweeping golden sand and gentle waves – to activity fuelled beaches around Alcudia and Santa Ponsa. And if sand isn’t your thing, there are waterparks, old towns and the island’s capital to explore.
There are six waterparks on Majorca. Aqualand in S’Arenal is great for kids, and even comes with a mini-zoo! Wave House in Magalluf has high-octane slides, as well as wave machines and a special section for little ones. Finally, in the Palma Aquarium, you can get face-to-face with real-life sharks and octopuses.
Ibiza is a clubbers’ heaven, especially 24-hour party places Ibiza Town and San Antonio. But it’s got its softer side, too – the north of the island is full of secret coves and hills coated in lush-green pine trees.
Ibiza may be best known as the party capital of the Med, but stray away from the main resorts and you’ll find oodles of traditional charm and unspoiled natural beauty. It’s long been a hangout for hippies, too, and there are still several bohemian enclaves dotted about the island.
Menorca is the most laid-back and traditional of the major Balearic islands. Compared to neighbours Majorca and Ibiza it’s been relatively unchanged by tourism, with the major resorts balanced by stunning natural beauty, secret beaches and historic architecture.
Menorca’s two focal points are Mahón in the east and Ciudadela, the former capital, in the west. Thanks to sensitive planning laws in the 1970s the cities haven’t turned into chains of mega-hotels, and both cities have a classy, 18th-century colonial feel.
The Antalya region is one of Turkey’s most glamorous holiday spots. Think yacht-filled marinas, designer boutiques and world-class golf courses. And of course there are plenty of chic beach clubs to see and be seen in.
Antalya boasts a 650-kilometre swathe of white sandy beaches and tucked-away coves. Some come backed by promenades and stylish bars, others roll seamlessly on into olive groves, avocado plantations and pine forests.
You don’t have to look hard to glimpse the region’s historic past. The Ottomans, the Romans and the Byzantines have all passed through Antalya over the centuries, leaving their mark on its culture as well as its architecture.
Resorts include Belek, Side, Lara Beach and Alanya.
Croatia is a rising star on the summer holiday scene. It delivers knockout beaches with a generous side order of history and culture. Away from the coast, its pine-clad mountains are perfect for hiking.
The country has over 1,700 kilometres of spectacular coastline and around 1,000 islands. When it comes to beaches, you can take your pick between sweeps of golden sand, pretty pebbled coves and bar-backed city beaches built for sunbathing.
The Pula region in the north is packed with purpose-built resorts for fun and sun. Further south you’ll find Split, a cosmopolitan harbour city surrounded by ancient Roman ruins and pristine beaches. And at Croatia’s southernmost tip lies the medieval city of Dubrovnik, dubbed the ‘pearl of the Adriatic’ by Lord Byron.
Resorts include Dubrovnik, Split, Pula and the surrounding areas of each.
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