We spent the last week of the summer holidays exploring Lake Maggiore, the second largest lake in the Italian Lakes. We enjoyed lazy days playing on the shores of lakeside beaches, visited pretty villages by boat and drove across the border into Switzerland to splash in mountain streams and waterfalls.
It’s not surprising that the Algarve is a popular choice of destination for families, with its miles of beautiful beaches, endless choice of leisure activities, and friendly, welcoming locals. This Algarve family travel guide highlights the areas must see attractions, the best times to visit and shares some handpicked family friendly accommodation.
If you are struggling to make the all important decision – where to spend your eagerly anticipated family summer holiday, then this article may just help you decide! We have teamed up with Verina Hotels Sifnos, a complex of Greek boutique hotels and villas in the western Cyclades Greece, to share with you why we feel the island of Sifnos is perfect for beach loving families.
Planning a family day out or holiday in Stratford-upon-Avon? This guide – 11 of the BEST things to do in Stratford-upon-Avon with kids – aims to make sure you and your kids have a memorable time when visiting the medieval town!
Costa Barcelona has something to appeal to all ages and interests
Barbados is one of the most popular and longest-established islands in the Caribbean. It is a food lovers paradise and a perfect choice for families too. Visitors can expect turquoise blue Caribbean sea on the west coast and Atlantic surf on the east coast.
Antigua is located in the Eastern side of the Leeward Islands. The unique selling point of the island is that it has 365 beaches, one for every day of the year. Although I visited many beaches during my frequent stops in Antigua whilst working on the cruise ships and more recently during our family holiday, I cannot (unfortunately) vouch for all 365!