Sunday, 3 March 2013

Sun, Sea or Snow? What Holiday to Go For


The prospect of a holiday is always going to be an appealing one. After a year working hard, it’s only natural to want a break and with so many excellent value vacations on offer, it can be difficult to settle on the one that would be most perfect for you and your family. From holidays in the sun to somewhere high in the mountains, the possibilities are endless, but which do you choose?

The Sea

Sailing holidays are a perfect option if one of your family members has the skills to sail. Even if you don’t, a sailing course could put that right, at the same time as giving you the option to sail the open seas, relaxing aboard a flotilla and enjoying the peace and quiet. Whether you plump for a manned vessel and choose to chill and unwind to your heart’s content, or you choose to skipper a yacht for a week, the Lycian coast of Turkey is an ideal destination. Wind conditions are optimal; the weather is sublime and the number of beautiful, tranquil ports along the way or incredibly satisfying. Perhaps find your own piece of paradise and moor at a hidden cove for a spot of snorkelling in the azure waters? Bliss.

The Snow

A hit with families of all ages, snow capped mountains continue to be a popular choice year after year. Whether you’re already accustomed to a pair of skis and choose to head for the Milky Way ski area in Italy, or you want to learn a new skill on the nursery slopes, numerous resorts scattered around Europe and beyond are ready to welcome you. For novices and absolute beginners, Andorra skiing is ideal, with its award-winning ski schools and sheer volume of green runs.

The Sun

After all is said and done, an escape to a sandy beach could be just what you’re looking for. Pick up a bucket and spade and spend lazy days in the sun, watching the world go by and forgetting the stresses of home.

Take your pick of the resorts available and book your 2013 holiday, today.



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