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Benefits of Choosing to Stay in Caravans in Cornwall

Out of the many places where you could stay when you visit Cornwall, caravans may not be the first thing that comes to mind. That being said staying in caravans is actually a much better option than you might initially think – and there are several benefits of choosing to stay in a caravan while you visit Cornwall. It is important to note that caravan holidays in Cornwall generally consist [Continue Reading]

5 Notable Sights In and Around Polzeath

Are you planning a trip to Polzeath and wondering what sights you should keep an eye out for while you’re there? Small as it may be there is quite a bit that is worth seeing both in and around Polzeath, and this list should help you to cover most of the notable sights: Polzeath beach The biggest draw of Polzeath is its beach, which is known for its beautiful sands and excellent surf. [Continue Reading]

Family Fun at the Zip Wire

On our most recent family camping trip to Cornwall we decided that we’d try to mix things up a bit and find some activities that the entire family could enjoy. Some of the typical options that we considered included hiking, kayaking or fishing – but then we heard about Adrenaline Quarry and its iconic zip wire. Needless to say the kids were instantly sold and noted that they were old [Continue Reading]

Norway: A Nature Experience at Night in the Norwegian Woodland

Can art turn the dark Norwegian forest into an engulfing visual experience? Norwegians love and protect their forest and actively enjoy it, but their time in the outdoors is limited by the hours of daylight. An international trio of artists accepted the challenge posed by the question above and created a setting where the forest became enchanted in the darkness and the viewer was [Continue Reading]

How to Plan for a European Vacation

Getting the chance to travel abroad for an extended period of time is a great opportunity. Planning for a long vacation to Europe can be challenging, especially if you have never traveled the area before. Though planning a trip abroad can feel daunting, here are a few tips to getting started: One of the first things to get done is to apply for a passport, or to get a renewal if yours has [Continue Reading]

Top UK Fishing Destinations

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or an absolute beginner, a fishing holiday provides a wonderful opportunity to socialise with family and friends and reconnect with nature. You don’t need to go abroad to have the ultimate fishing experience. There are plenty of wonderful UK destinations to choose from. It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the local rules and the permits you [Continue Reading]

To Russia with love!

Watching the Winter Olympics has given me a real taste to see Russia in all its glory.  There is no doubting the Russian’s ability to put on a show and the country is so rich in culture and history that it just begs to be explored. However exploring Russia can be an expensive business.  Flights alone are costly and I am a big believer that in order to get the best out of any [Continue Reading]

5 Fun Things to Do When Traveling to Vienna

Have you been thinking about taking a trip to Europe? If so, one place that you should definitely put on your itinerary is Vienna. Not only is it a beautiful area to do outdoor things like swimming and skiing, but it’s also a haven for great art, good food and historical landmarks. So, if you’re curious to know about some of the fun things that you can do while you’re traveling [Continue Reading]

5 Romantic Activities for a Couple’s Vacation in Italy

Every couple deserves some time away. Just to focus on themselves and the love that they have for one another. And if there’s one place that can provide them with all of the food, wine, fashion and architectural beauty that romance requires, it would have to be Italy. That’s why, if you’re planning an upcoming vacation, we want to take out a moment to provide you with five [Continue Reading]

A Guide To The French Alps: Top Five Destinations

Ever since Parisian actress and style icon Brigitte Bardot was photographed on the mountain slopes back in the 1960s, the French Alps have been the skiing destination of choice for the rich and famous. That privilege is not just for the glitterati, though. Now you too can soak up the wonders of the Alps, enjoying the crunch of fresh snow and the brilliant winter sun amid real silence. [Continue Reading]