Who else loves a bit of winter sunshine? We’ve booked trips to Tenerife in January for the past few years (not this year obvs) and it’s the perfect antidote to the gloom and chill of a UK winter. Here are my reasons for planning a trip in January with some of the best things to do in Tenerife and a few that are slightly off the beaten track.
The road to Masca, Tenerife
When you think of a quintessential Greek island holiday you’ll probably conjure up dreamy images of Santorini. Without doubt, it’s one of the most romantic Greek Islands to visit. Find everything you need to plan your perfect trip in this travel guide to Santorini.
Oia in Santorini
From the Cheddar Gorge Walk, in one of England’s most spectacular landscapes, to sipping cider, gorging on cheese or exploring Cheddar’s caves read on for fifteen fabulous things to do in Cheddar.
Cheddar Village, Somerset
North Devon, in the South West of England is a county of dramatic coastlines, rugged cliffs and breath-taking beaches. Inland you’ll find rolling green hills, picturesque villages and idyllic countryside. It’s the perfect backdrop for outdoor activities and family holidays. It’s time to share my ten favourite things to do in North Devon.
Menorca, with its chilled vibes, laid back mood and slower pace sits with its Balearic brothers in the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. Menorca means smaller island but this little isle punches well above its weight in terms of unspoilt beaches, secluded coves and crystal clear waters.
Menorca is a gem of an island in the Mediterranean sea and part of Spain’s Balearic islands. If the eleven best things to see in Menorca in my last post weren’t enough to convince you how magical this little island is then read on for more ideas of what to see and do in Menorca. Below you’ll find part two and 12 more reasons why I fell in love with this laid back little isle.