Walking along the shores of Britain’s most beautiful stretches of water can be quite magical; you’ll find yourself in some very special locations close to nature and wildlife. Top of the list may be the Lake District, but we’ll mention a few equally stunning destinations you may not have thought of. Stocks Reservoir, Lancashire (image … More 7 Great Lakeside Walks in the UK
Over 100 beaches in the British Isles have been recognised for their cleanliness, safety, public amenities and quality of water by Keep Britain Tidy in this year’s Blue Flag and Seaside Awards. A Blue Flag is an internationally recognised symbol given to beaches and marinas for ‘high standards of management, cleanliness and safety’ – an … More Blue Flag 2018 – A guide to Britain’s cleanest beaches
Plenty of pet owners are booking their dog-friendly holidays for this summer, so we thought we’d share 6 of our most popular destinations.
From the stunning south coast to the hills of Scotland, there’s plenty of inspiration for pets and their owners. … More 6 of the Most Popular Doggie Destinations for Summer 2018
St David’s Day is the feast day of the patron saint of Wales. Falling on 1st March every year, the day of his passing in 569, it’s a great time to celebrate all things Welsh, and has been a national day since the 1900s. Spring is a good time generally to travel to Wales – all the … More Wales: Travel Highlights for St David’s Day
Empty beer cans, broken sunglasses, soggy tents and a million miles of mud….the UKs festivals don’t exactly have a reputation for cleanliness and beauty. But this is all changing… The UK is home to some of the most stunning natural scenery in the world – from the sandy coves of Cornwall up to the wild … More The UK’s Most Scenic Music Festivals, Summer 2015