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Just off the coast of Hampshire, the Isle of Wight has been a popular destination with British tourists since Victorian times. It is especially popular with those who like the outdoors because of its stunning scenery and coastline. The Isle of Wight has an array of sights and activities to see and do, making it the perfect destination for a…

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I recently read an article on the UK’s best beaches and it got me thinking that there are some truly amazing beaches this world has to offer, but some of them are more spectacular than others. If you want to have a truly amazing seaside experience, we highly recommend that you take a look at some of the beaches on…

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Whitehaven Beach

Australia is the world’s largest island and smallest continent and is also a land of amazing beauty and places with breathtaking views. It is also home to some of the most rare creatures and destinations in the world. It is also famous for major tourist attraction sites such as The Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbor Bridge, Hunter region and the…

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The summer holidays are here and that means Devon’s beaches will be jam packed with families, but how about those secret beaches that the locals like to keep for themselves? Where are they? Load up the car with windbreaks, fill the boot up with a picnic and set-sail for a day of sun, surf and solitude and go enjoy these…

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Woolacombe beach in North Devon has been voted best rated beach in the UK by TripAdvisor users. The beautiful beach beat Weymouth Beach in Dorset to the top spot with St Brelade’s Bay Beach in St. Brelade, Jersey in the Channel Islands is in third place. Woolacombe beach is backed by sandy hills and the Woolacombe Downs and boasts a…

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If you have ever dreamed of that white sand, palm fringed lagoon idyll then you are not alone! The desert island fantasy must be the most desired holiday experience in the world. For some that would be the ultimate lifestyle. Imagine waking up with the sun every day, apart from Monsoon season of course. Imagine having nothing to do but…

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Da Nang, largest port city on the South Central Coast of Vietnam, is worth visiting due to its tropical climate, breathtaking scenery, exquisite cuisine and historic monuments. Vietnam’s fifth largest city, overlooking the turquoise waters of the South China Sea, is one of the major commercial, educational and cultural centres of the Socialist Republic and has become a popular tourist…

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Attracting an annual count of over 2 million visitors, Gran Canaria is one of the most popular isles in the Canary Islands archipelago. Affectionately known as the ‘miniature continent’ due to its diverse range of climates and landscapes, Gran Canaria definitely isn’t short on tourist attractions. From the lush green forest of the mountainous hinterland to the eclectic vibrancy of…

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Whether you are looking for a romantic destination for your honeymoon, or are simply escaping the UK for your yearly vacation to the sunshine, Bali is a great choice. With over 10,000 temples, the island is a spiritual place which emits a certain serenity that can’t help but be embraced by visitors. It’s no surprise that this feeling and culture…

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High on most peoples bucket lists is to visit St Lucia in the Caribbean, home to gorgeous golden beaches, beautiful rainforests and crystal-clear waters. In this guide we look at just a few of things you can enjoy whilst staying in St Lucia. Stunning beaches If you’ve travelled halfway around the world for some sunshine and beautiful beaches, no doubt…

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