Pine Cliffs Resort in Portugal's Algarve caters to every whim
The sprawling Pine Cliffs Resort, in the Algarve, Portugal's southernmost region, offered the ideal family retreat for The Daily Mail's SEBASTIAN...
Easter weekend cottage breaks for every kind of traveller
Here's The Daily Mail's pick of the best retreats for every kind of traveller - from a Grade II-listed stone cottage with great views and a roaring...
Why a new generation is packing up the campervan and heading out on the road
They were the vehicles of choice for those who wanted to get away in the Sixties. But the VW campervan has an enduring appeal. Duncan Farmer packs...
Mark Warner Holidays' Lemnos resort is a winning break for sporty families
Just because the Greek island of Lemnos may be hard to locate - situated high in the northern Aegean - doesn't mean its guests love it any less.
Paxos may be tiny but its big heart and laid-back vibe will win you over
With no airport, one road and just three villages, the Greek isle of Paxos is a tiny paradise with a big heart and laid-back vibe.
Cycling in Sicily is hot work, but the rewards are delicious
We had picked mid-June, when temperatures in Sicily are normally bearable. But after 25 miles of punishing sun, our son had flopped to the roadside.
How to get set for a full-on half-term for all the family
Around Britain, there are numerous attractions that can provide fun and laughter - even for the adults too. Here, SIOBHAN WARWICKER takes a look at...
Westin Resort at Navarino Bay in Greece has plenty of choice
Navarino Bay in the ancient Messinia region of south-west Greece is an area of verdant hills, sheer valleys, vineyards and olive trees, with plenty...
Six things you must do in...Portsmouth
Gareth Huw Davies explores Portsmouth and asks if it might just be the most exciting city in the South? Don't miss Nelson's Trail, epic embroidery...
Greece's ancient past is ever present in the dreamy historic Peloponnese
Returning to Monemvasia, after 15 years, Jo Knowsley falls in love again. She discovers the Lower Town has been rejuvenated with restored ancient...
Italy at its wildest: A walking adventure into the arms of Abruzzo - the mountain enclave where wolves prowl (but the food is great)
Italy is often seen as a country of gilded cities and soft beaches - not rugged areas where bears and wolves haunt the heights. But Tessa Boase...
Two gentle days in Verona (and a weekend in Mantua as well): Seeking Shakespeare's stories amid the romance of northern Italy
Shakespeare may be eternally tied to Stratford and London, but he set some of his finest work in northern Italy. Lucy Hughes-Hallett seeks out The...