There are a staggering 1400 (and counting..) islands that make up the majority of Greece’s spectacular coastline – from the inviting white sands of Mykonos to the dramatic and awe-inspiring mountains of Rhodes and of course all the vibrant restaurants, lively bars and all-night clubs in-between. We’ll cover all of these in more detail further down the line but here are the islands we think you should be visiting in 2015.
New York is a busy and vibrant city – it’s culturally diverse and easily divisible into 5 distinctive boroughs – that come filled with numerous museums and galleries, shopping destinations, Arenas and coffee shops that will take you to another time – making you feel as though you’re sat right in the middle of Woody Allen’s Manhattan.
We recently published some travel tips for single female travellers and promised that we’d do something similar for our male readers/ travellers. So as promised here it is - we’ve done a little research and asked some of our solo traveller friends for their most important tips for single male travellers and condensed them here for your enjoyment.
Porotfino is a guilty pleasure. It is easily one of the most photographed villages along the Italian coast: it’s pleasant and romantic, but not just for the rich and famous like many might lead you to believe. Sure, if you want to sleep in Portofino then the few hotels on offer won’t come cheap – but they are beautiful. We suggest instead, a stay in nearby and just as scenic, though somehow not quite as enchanting, Santa Margherita – whose hotels are more moderately priced, and within a half an hour’s walking distance of Portofino. Continue reading
For many, Cambodia begins and ends at the, undeniably beautiful, Angkor Wat and yet this incredible country has so much more to offer. So today, meaning no disrespect to the rest of the country, we’re going to take a look at Cambodia’s most beautiful beaches – many of which we think can rival even those of neighbouring Thailand.
The word paradise is thrown around a lot in the travel industry – but the Maldives truly are a tropical paradise. The Maldives for those of you unsure are a cluster of tiny islands lost in the intoxicating blues of the Indian Ocean, they come with plenty of sunshine and year round great temperatures that average out at around 30°C throughout the year and the islands are full of palm trees, beautiful blue reefs and white sandy beaches, but perhaps more importantly – the Maldives are positively full of personality and not just the retreat of honeymooning couples. In-fact solo travel to the Maldives is an absolute pleasure.
Sure – there’s plenty of Autumn sun to be found across Europe – Sardinia, Andalucia, Rhodes…need we go on? But this month we thought we’d take a peak at one of our favourite Autumn destinations – France’s poetic and endlessly beautiful Provence.
We are giving away one FREE place at the Solitair Holidays New Years Eve Singles Party in the beautiful 4 star Richmond Hill Hotel.
To be in with a chance of winning – simply head over to our competition page and fill in your details and look at our Facebook page towards the end of November for the announcement of the winner!
We all love to travel (mostly…) and many love to travel in groups – with family and friends and loved ones – though many, if given the choice, sneer at solo travel. It might not be for you which is fine.. but we think that everyone should do it at least once.
Turkey’s turquoise coast is filled with pebble beaches and adorned with spectacular ruins and lined with vibrant promenades that are home to chic restaurants and cafes. When in Turkey you’ll explore incredible lagoons, idyllic coves, fairytale like cobbled towns and mysterious sunken cities. There are of course lots of great spots to consider when cruising Turkey but we’ve outlined our favourite below.