Greece is one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations, yet the country’s north remains fairly off the beaten track.
We chat to top paddleboarder Lizzie Carr about the sport’s dramatic rise in popularity.
Explore one of England’s ‘Walkers are Welcome’ towns on this delightful 2½-mile circular route.
Discover our favourite bodies of water away from the Lake District.
Stede Bonnet (1688-1718) was an unlikely Barbadian pirate because he was a wealthy landowner of a 400-acre estate southeast of Bridgetown. For some unexplained reason, and despite his lack of sailing experience, he abandoned his wife, children, land and fortune, and turned to piracy in 1717. It was rumoured he had marital problems, or he […]
This French region has all the ingredients for a classic family holiday.
Portuguese explorer Pedro a Campos ‘discovered’ Barbados in 1536, and it was he who named the island Los Barbados, which means ‘the bearded ones’.
The origins of the festival can be traced back to the 1780s when Barbados was one of the world’s largest producers of sugar.
Our favourite lesser-known SUP spots from around the country.
Your comprehensive guide to finding Rwanda’s most intriguing wildlife including gorillas, chameleons and rhinos.