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As the Maldives opens its inhabited islands to tourism, Heidi Fuller-love island hops and meets loca...
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Though somewhat inconvenient, becoming a castaway needn’t be a harrowing experience. Heed t...
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The Great British beach holiday is back in vogue. Ruth-Ellen Davis rounds up the best coastal resort...
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A little-known surf paradise in the Philippines is about to get a big wave of tourism. Emilee Tombs ...
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Basking near Australia’s continental shelf, Marie Barbieri loses herself among marine creatures of...
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We sent Daniel Fahey to the very cusp of the known world to catch some Chinese monsters. Here’s ho...
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Samantha Wilson heads to Útila in Honduras in search of Old Tom, the legendary barnacle-en...
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Self-professed musical enthusiast Jack Palfrey visits the Greek Sporades, setting of 2008 hit fil...
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Whether you want to tan on a beach all day or party the night away, there’s a Caribbean island to ...

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Santorini's extraordinary shape can be traced back to around 1600BC, when a massive volcanic explosion blew out the midd...

Key West is home to fishermen, would-be hippies, Cuban émigrés, jet-setters, artists, former drug smugglers...

Dazzling lights frame Acapulco Bay at night, when Mexico's oldest beach resort comes to life. Acapulc...

Effortlessly marrying the attractions of its resorts (sea, beaches and swimming pools) with centuries of history and culture, Pula is an excellent hol...

Ireland's lush green, pastoral interior rolls out to some remarkable coastline, a stupendous symphony of rocky cliffs, van...

Elounda, on the island of Crete in Greece, boasts the country's highest concen...

A great toe of land poking into turquoise seas, Cornwall has long considered itself to be separate from the rest of Read more

Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands and has a widely varied scenery and the most bustling ...

Less well known than St Tropez and St Raphael, or nearby Bormes les Mimosas, Le Lavandou has been gaining in popularity in recent years as a more chil...
Santa Eulalia (Santa Eulària des Riu in the local Catalan tongue) was first 'discovered' by island artists, attracted by its picturesque setting amon...

Antigua boasts an impressive total of 365 beaches, so even those staying at a large resort can escape to a secluded cove where there will be not a ...

Although it stands almost on the doorstep of ancient Perge and Aspendos, Belek is actually a pristine purpose-built resort, founded in the 1980s speci...

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