Tag Archives: Beaches

Nearest Beach to Amsterdam: Travel Guide to Zandvoort & Ijmuiden

Nearest Beach to Amsterdam

  There’s no question that Amsterdam is one heck of an incredible city and that enjoying the museums, canals and galleries of the Dutch capital is a must for at least 2 days of your itinerary. But what if you’re looking to enjoy a slice of the seaside alongside this great city? Well, the fantastic […]

Complete Guide to Visiting Cefalù & its Beach

Complete Guide to Visiting Cefalù & the Beach

  Situated slightly to the east of Palermo, for those completing a circuit in west Sicily, Cefalù often gets left off the menu. And this is also true for those sticking to east Sicily, because Cefalù is still miles away! And this, in my experience leads to one of 2 things happening. Either Cefalù gets […]

How to Travel From Trapani to Favignana + Full Island Guide

How to Travel From Trapani to Favignana + Full Island Guide

  I sometimes feel travel blogging is a bit like being a parent, we shouldn’t have favourites… but invariably we do! And so it is with Favignana in Sicily, for while I absolutely loved the whole of this Italian island, I have to be honest and say that Favignana stole a little bit more of […]

10 Best Beaches on Sicily

10 Best Beaches on Sicily

  Honestly, I’m not trying to start this article on a downbeat note, but, spoiler alert, most people don’t head to Sicily for the beaches. But wait, that’s not because the beaches here aren’t fabulous, but rather because this Italian gem of an island – the largest in the Mediterranean don’t y’know – offers so […]

7 Best Days Out in Dorset

7 Top Days Out in Dorset

  In my humble option, you simply can’t go wrong with a good slice of Dorset! Down in the south of the UK, with some of the most beautiful beaches going and some of the most wonderful walking along dramatic clifftops, if you’re looking for some quintessential English charm, Dorset is hard to top. It’s […]

All You Need to Know About Visiting Dungeness, Kent

All You Need to Know About Visiting Dungeness, Kent

  Honestly, it probably doesn’t get more unique in the UK than Dungeness. Part desolate shingle shelf, part abandoned fishing village, part post-apocalyptic industrial wasteland, it’s a heady mix that has photographers and travellers with a penchant for the weird and wonderful drooling! Almost uninhabited, save for a few converted weatherboard fisherman huts and a […]