Posts Tagged ‘ Malaga ’

Saturday snippets: April 8th 2017

Apr 8th, 2017 | By

Tall ships in Greenwich, a pygmy tribe in Uganda and a possible reduction in the number of properties in Menorca are some stories capturing Adrian’s attention this week.

Getting high while lying low in La Alpujarra

Jan 30th, 2015 | By

Anna Maria Espsäter takes a relaxing winter break in the Spanish mountains of La Alpujarra.

UK travel trends for 2013 revealed

Dec 21st, 2012 | By

easyJet reveals the nation’s travel trends for 2013 following a poll with easyJet travellers, across the UK

Spanish in Andalucia: part two

Dec 14th, 2012 | By

Want to improve your Spanish skills? Signing up for a language school in Andalucia could be the answer, writes Irene Middleman Thomas

Malaga: more than a gateway

Nov 25th, 2012 | By

There’s more to Málaga than sun and sand, says Anna Maria Espsater. Read her report on the capital of the Costa del Sol, here

Big Apple beckons Brits away from event filled summer

May 31st, 2012 | By

New York is the most searched for holiday destination by Brits looking to get away during the Diamond Jubilee long weekend and the three weeks of summer sports according to travel search site, Kayak

Brits search for sunshine close to home

May 24th, 2012 | By

Travel search site, Kayak, has revealed that Brits will be spending their summer holidays close to home and within the continent this year

Getting Away for Easter

Apr 1st, 2010 | By

According to ABTA, about 2 million of us will leave the country to enjoy Easter abroad. And maybe some decent weather after the returning wintry conditions of this week.
It won’t come as a great surprise to many of you that Spanish resorts are doing well with Tenerife and the Canaries leading the way. You could also guess that Egypt and Turkey are doing well and so they are but Tunisia has also picked up a lot of bookings. Going slightly further afield, Florida is attracting the usual school age groups and booking seem to be up despite the fact that the biggest new attraction, the Wizarding World of Harry Potter doesn’t open until June 18th.
The usual places seem to fill the top spots each year for overseas citybreak destinations. Paris, Amsterdam and Dublin lead the pack with Milan and New York not far behind and this is despite the weakness of the pound against the euro and the dollar.
So who is going away?