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There's plenty to enjoy about a destination that's merely sand and sea. But these beaches have more to offer. Some shores are lined with black or pink sand instead of white. Some spots feature shipwrecks, stunning rock formations, or wild pigs who share the water with tourists. Here are the 50 best beaches in the world that come recommended by travel experts.
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Parents, this is for you. If the kids are having fun, you will too. These winning family hotels have been chosen by parents. What are you waiting for?
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Have you considered a yacht sailing holiday for your next trip? Smaller vessels e.g., gullet yachts are such a great way to travel with families and small groups. The experience is even better when it involves exploring a stunning region such as the southwest coast of Turkey. In this article, we share our personal experience and hope to inspire some of you to explore this style of travel. Our trip was courtesy of ScicSailing but all opinions expressed are ours.
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Mastercard has released its annual Global Destination Cities Index, which measures the rise and fall of travel to and within 162 cities around the world. The ranking measures visitor volume and spend to forecast the growth in visits to those cities in 2018. This year saw Bangkok retain the top spot from last year, which is unlikely to change due to a strong projected growth of 9.6% this year. Meanwhile, Dubai came out on top in terms of visitor spending — the average visitor spends $537 a day
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We’ve just had the most fabulous week at a family friendly hotel in Kalkan, The Kalkan Regency Hotel, hosted by Simpson Travel. I know already that I am going to be raving about this place for some time to come, and could genuinely see us returning again very soon. If the kids had their way we would book for May half term 2019 now! #ad
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