Everyone wants something different from a holiday, so it’s important you select your next holiday destination wisely. If you are into sports and love things like golf, for example, you might want to go somewhere like Portugal’s Algarve region, or you might want to stay in the UK and explore many of the beautiful golf courses here. If you are more sold on spending your holiday somewhere warm and sunny, there are plenty of options in Europe that will be good value. Many people travel with their families, or with significant others, friends etc. Talk to all of the people you will be travelling with to get opinions and check you will all be happy with the chosen destination. Take all opinions on board; a good compromise if one person loves golf and the rest do not can be a golf village that has beautiful villas, lovely swimming pools and a beautiful outlook for a family holiday.
Holidays can be tricky at the moment and the usual family trip to Spain or Portugal might not be a possibility. Holidays in the UK, though, might be a good option to get away from it all and have a break, while spending time together as a family in a lovely location. UK holiday locations tend to involve holiday cottages, apartments or other self catering spaces, giving families more freedom to let their holidays play out in the way that they want.
UK holidays will be popular and it is wise to get them booked in sooner rather than later to get quality accommodation. Families will be able to enjoy time away in the UK countryside or the seaside, as well as embarking on city breaks all over the UK. There are plenty of activities for children and adults alike and it can be a very relaxing experience to go on holiday in this way.
The Algarve is one of the most popular holiday destinations for tourists travelling from the UK, giving them everything they need to enjoy themselves – sun, sea, sand… and some amazing golfing opportunities as well. If you enjoy a spot of golf and you want to take it further than the local golf course (complete with rainy, windy UK weather), the Algarve is the perfect place to travel. With many renowned golf courses on your doorstep, you will have the time of your life.
There are lots of golf villages and resorts in the area, so you don’t have to limit yourself to going on holiday with your non-golfing friends and family. There will be plenty of opportunities for them to enjoy themselves too, with numerous golf villages offering accommodation like apartments with beautiful swimming pools and gardens, close to gorgeous beaches and interesting towns with lots of family friendly activities.
Holidays with children – you are going to spend most of your time keeping them entertained! Finding the right activities is the perfect way to enjoy your family time together, you just need to put some thought into what you are going to do.
If you are an active family, some things you might enjoy include hiking, cycling, white water rafting and climbing. These are all high adrenaline activities that will keep your kids busy. You will really appreciate the quality time you spend together when you look back on your trip, and you will all have had the chance to learn so many new things.
If you prefer a slightly more sedate pace, why not try a boat trip or a guided walk? This is a good way to see some of the scenery and enjoy the culture as well. It keeps your children busy, but you have time to relax as a family as well.
Apartments are a convenient option for people wanting a break. They have more amenities than a hotel room, making them a great option for families with children, or people wanting some privacy. They can also be a low-cost option if you book with the right website.
Here are some things to consider before booking an apartment:
- Price compare. Check the prices across different websites to make sure you are getting the lowest price. This will help you to find the best deal.
- Check facilities. For example, some apartments might have a full kitchen whilst others just have a fridge or microwave.
- Look at the location. Apartments can sometimes be in more residential areas – not that this is a bad thing, it can give you a more ‘real’ flavour of the country, but it might be a little bit further from the tourist sites and destinations you would like to visit.