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When it comes to family holidays there’s a huge choice of family-friendly destinations. Beach holidays to Majorca, Tenerife and the Greek Islands remain great choices whilst all inclusive holidays to Turkey are becoming increasingly popular, thanks to the high standard of hotels and affordability.  

The best family hotels don’t just cater for the adults but boast great facilities for the kids as well with kids clubs, playgrounds, swimming pools and even on-site waterparks!

OUR FAVOURITE HOTELS

Palatino

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos Town

Hotel Strada Marina

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos Town

Palatino Hotel

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos Town

Hotel Strada Marina

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos

Palatino Hotel

Bed And Breakfast

Zakynthos Town

OUR TOP FAMILY FRIENDLY HOLIDAYS DEALS

Hotel Blue Sea Interpalace

Spain, Canary Islands, Tenerife,Puerto De La Cruz

23 Jan 2020 | 7 nights | 2 guests

Flight + Hotel | All inclusive

SPECIAL OFFER
£452pp £376pp

Hotel Blue Sea Interpalace

Spain, Canary Islands, Tenerife,Puerto De La Cruz

23 Jan 2020 | 7 nights | 2 guests

Flight + Hotel | All inclusive

SPECIAL OFFER
£452pp £376pp

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Everything You Need to Know

Taste a Canarian classic
Taste a Canarian classic

Canarian cuisine refers to the typical dishes and ingredients in the cuisine of the Canary Islands, and it constitutes an important element in the culture of its inhabitants. Its main features are its freshness, variety, simplicity, and the richness of its ingredients (which may be a result of the long geographical isolation the islands suffered), the mix of seafood and meat dishes, its cultural influences and the low knowledge of it by the rest of the world. 

Mojo (pronounced mO-ho) is a sauce served with many dishes, which is made mainly of oil, garlic, vinegar, salt, red pepper, thyme, cumin, coriander and several other spices. The two main kinds of mojo are rojo (red, often served with meat) and verde (green, often served with fish), though both can be served with potatoes. Spicy red mojo is called mojo picón. This recipe is the base of the mojos of Latin America, especially Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela, due to heavy Canarian emigration, and have also influenced the cuisines of the non-Hispanic Caribbean islands.

Water Sports in Fuerteventura
Water Sports in Fuerteventura

Created by Victor & Suse, water sports enthusiast back in 2007, Watersports Fuerteventura is dedicated to provide you with the best windsurfing, surfing, kitesurfing lessons and Jet Ski excursions in the island. 
They are a team of international & experienced instructors in different sports who can conduct the lessons in German, Spanish, Italian, French and English.

Together they have the most amazing good vibes, the best quality of equipment and the best teaching methods. Not only will you learn the sport of your dream, but you will also learn their philosophy of life. 

Watersports Fuerteventura is respectful of the environment, creating a sustainable company to the environment and resources.

Shopping
Shopping

A day shopping Going shopping in the Canary Islands is full of advantages. One of them is the wide range of different shops found on the islands. They range from open air markets where you can buy local handicrafts, antiques or costume jewellery to large commercial centres with the most important international designer names as well as a varied selection of restaurants, cinemas and leisure areas.

The quality of Canary products is another of the advantages. Cheese, wine, honey and other local products or Canary brands of swimwear, along with prints by artists such as Cesar Manrique are usually to be found in visitors’ suitcases. 

But the best thing about shopping in the Canary Islands is, no doubt, the fact that the tax is the lowest in Europe, thus enabling you to buy almost any product cheaper. You can’t ask for more.

Scuba-diving in corfu
Scuba-diving in corfu

If you’re planning a diving trip to Greece, then make sure you don’t miss out the Island of Corfu. Corfu is the second largest Island of the Ionian Islands and is surrounded by a number of smaller islands. Corfu has so much to explore both on land and under the water.

Corfu island is very popular among scuba divers, particularly the northern side of the island. Kassiopi, Nissaki, Paleokastritsa, Barbati, and Gouvia are tourist places where many Corfu diving centers have their base. These centers offer diving courses, boat trips to interesting diving spots or just rent the necessary equipment if you need to dive individually.

Corfu island is very popular among scuba divers, particularly the northern side of the island. Kassiopi, Nissaki, Paleokastritsa, Barbati, and Gouvia are tourist places where many Corfu diving centers have their base.