Top European Resorts

When choosing a holiday there are a few important things you need to consider. For example, what budget you have for the holiday, how far you want to go, how hot you want it to be and when you can travel. The list can be a long one! To help you on your way here are a few recommendations

for an enjoyable and memorable trip away.

Sunny Beach and Cove

If you have a limited budget you might consider staying in the UK but you won`t be able to guarantee hours of sunshine day after day. A holiday to parts of Europe may well solve this problem with many European destinations boasting sunnier climates. However don`t forget the children! If you don`t mind a few days that may be a little overcast a sure winner for a family holiday in Europe is a trip to Disneyland Paris. A popular destination, you`ll find something for everyone here, with indoor and outdoor activities to suit all ages.

Of course the further south you go the warmer it tends to get. For budget sunshine you might look at Croatia with the Dalmatian coast particularly pleasant in summer. Greece and Turkey are also popular countries for family get aways, providing reasonably priced holidays with both self catering and full board options.
For a more extravagant break from routine holidays, Corsica or Sicily offer the perfect spot. These Islands to the left of Italy are states of France and Italy respectively and boast excellent in land and coastal accommodation combined with historic and cultural sites of interest.
French Riviera

Providing a large holiday market for those looking for fun and relaxation is Spain, offering both the Balearic and Canary islands and a number of excellent locations for sun bathing. The Balearics are green with sandy beaches and come with a mix of energetic night clubs and bars and sleepy resorts to choose from. Whether you prefer the party island of Ibiza or the more sedate Menorca you can find something to suit every taste.

The Canaries are further south off the west coast of Africa and are a chain of volcanic islands. The Canary Islands are famous for their volcanoes, warm winds and beaches with black sands. However there are four islands which are most visited by holiday makers; Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Tenerife. Perhaps the best thing about a holiday in the Canaries is that whether you travel there in winter or summer it will be warm, with the temperature in the Canary Islands never falling below an average temperature of 20 degrees centigrade. By the summer visitors can see temperatures rise to around 30 degrees.
Gran Canaria
Of the Canary Islands, Tenerife is the largest and most populated and has many resorts you can choose from. Some of these are purpose built to have everything you need to make your holiday perfect. The biggest of these resorts is located on the south of the island and is called Playa de las Americas. Here you`ll find a range of attractions for all ages and enough waterfront to keep the whole family happy. With so many board options and different types of accommodation within the Playa de las Americas hotels range you won`t find it hard to pick the perfect holiday.