Family holiday in France
There are a lot of reasons why France is the top tourist destination in the world. It is full of fun and engaging activities for everyone to enjoy, whether you are a toddler or a senior citizen. From its beautiful countrysides, to its snowy Alps, the rich cities, and the beautiful beaches, France is so many things for so many people.
When deciding on a family holiday, you must look at the age of the children you have within your family. For toddlers, it is perfectly okay to have them paddling at the beach with sand in their hair, or playing in the snow in one of France’s child friendly resorts. However, the real challenge comes with teenagers. You will need to get an itinerary that has cool, exciting and engaging activities specially for them. Activities such as skiing, kayaking, horse riding in a forest, biking across the countryside are sure ways of starting. Also, look out for teen friendly services that provide teen clubs, a separate facility specifically for this age where they can hang out and meet other teens their age. As your children are busy enjoying themselves, you can be sampling wine and cheese, visiting theaters, or romanticizing in quaint restaurants.
Luxury get-together in the UK
Get-togethers are a great way to catch up and enjoy yourselves, whether it is with family or close friends. The UK provides unique facilities that can make this experience so much more memorable. If you and your friends have taste for the finer things in life, a large luxury cottage is a great way to get it done. You can sample some of the tasteful properties that luxury cottage providers have, and pick one in a tourist friendly area. These cottages allow you and your gathering to live close together, enjoy more quality time while enjoying stellar services. You can get yourselves a chef, a housekeeper, and even baby sitters to cater to your children as you bond. Just to make the experience even more entertaining, you should venture out to gardens, local sights, as well as interesting family spots within the area you have chosen. Go for a picnic, enjoy the outdoors, and then come back to your luxury cottage at the end of an exciting day. While your children go biking, trekking, horse riding with supervision, you can enjoy your adult moments together or join them for even more fanfare.
Golf holiday in Spain
Spain’s golf courses reflect the country’s own personality: exciting, serene, luxurious, and inviting. Spain has hundreds of golf courses scattered across the country, so whatever your climate preference is, there is sure to be a golf course nearby. What’s more, the golf courses are designed by internationally acclaimed designers, ensuring that you have the best in both quality and variety. Speaking of variety, the number of golf courses in very high. In the Spanish Coast area alone, you can find over 100 courses, with a large number concentrated in the tourist area of Costa del Sol. The beauty of this is that it keeps green fees low. In the South of Spain, it is possible to play golf all year round! When you have had your fill on the course, you can indulge in Spain’s many tourist pleasures. Visit the museum, go dancing, enjoy the beach, sample local delicacies, visit its charming countryside and so much more.
This is a guest post from Daffyd at Abroad in Spain