With only 6 weeks to go until the children break up for summer, time is running out to book that peaceful summer getaway!
If you’re looking to fly to the sun and enjoy time void of swimming pool splashes, melted ice cream trails and abandoned rubber rings, we’ve got some great options for you.
Sharm El Sheikh
If you’re longing for the chance to walk along extensive stretches of white sand and take a dip in the warm sea, this might be the place for you. Known for its clear waters, Sharm El Sheikh is also home to the Ras Muhammad National Park, a major diving destination boasting schools of fish and beautiful coral reefs.
There’s no shortage of nightlife either so if you’re looking for a place to spend a lively evening or two, head to Naama Bay, a palm tree studded promenade filled with lively bars and restaurants. A bit of everything and almost guaranteed sunshine – what’s not to love?
The largest of Spain’s Canary Islands, Tenerife offers a wide variety of holiday options – from stretching out on the idyllic beaches to visiting Loro Park, home to a host of tropical birds.
If you’re looking to make the most of relaxing in the sun, choose from the yellow or black-sanded shorelines and set up camp with a great book. For the activity-loving traveller, the Parque Nacional Las Canadas del Teide displays the varied volcanic rock formations of the island, whilst the south-west coast in particular offers great whale and dolphin watching spots.
The coast of the Algarve is famous for its amazing cliffs, golden sands and golf clubs! If you’re looking for a quiet getaway to detox from everyday life, head to the thermal springs at Caldas de Monchique or stroll along the rugged coastline and enjoy the miles of limestone caves and breath-taking scenery.
You won’t be short of a place to enjoy an evening meal and a drink or two as the main strip is lined with bars, restaurants and clubs. Whether you’re searching for a fun venue for a couple of drinks or a place to party the night away, the strip has it all.
Majorca, or Mallorca, is one of the Balearic Islands known for beach resorts, pretty coves and limestone mountains. The capital is home to the 13th century Santa Maria cathedral, art galleries and a summer classic music festival, giving you the chance to soak up the culture of the island.
The Cala d’Or area is populated with a few lively bars offering the chance for an evening drink, but overall the area isn’t packed with people looking to stay out all night. If you’re looking for a relaxing getaway full of sun, culture and good food, this might just be the one for you.
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