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  • Where Mountains And Vacations Meet - Andorra
    Tourists are increasingly looking for more out of a holiday than the beach and a hotel, with various activities planned for their time away.

    Mountainous areas have appeal for skiers, hikers and bikers, with Andorra the ideal destination in Europe.
  • Surprising Eco Holidays - Tenerife
    If you believe in global warming you might be considering going on an eco holiday to reduce your carbon footprint.

    Many people would be surprised to learn that it's quite possible to do that on the popular Spanish holiday island of Tenerife.
  • Lewis Hamilton Vaults into Drivers Championship Lead with Victory in Belgium
    This past Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix offered a potpourri of action for race participants and fans alike. Inclement weather coupled with driver error combined to make this race a dramatic one. Some of the top contenders this season performed well in the race, while others dropped to the wayside.
  • How To Save Money On Your 2011 Holiday
    Extra for this, extra for that - and that's just booking a flight to go somewhere.

    But there are ways for holidaymakers to keep the unexpected costs from happening.
  • Tourists DIY Holidays Change The Market
    More and more holidaymakers are mixing and matching holidays booked on the internet, with hotels, flights and car hire often booked with different companies - resulting in a lower price than many travel agents can offer as a package.
  • Golfers Boost Spanish Tourism
    Spain has been hit hard by the recession, with visitor numbers declining over the last two years.

    But with many of Europe's best golf courses, it's still attracting golfers who love to play.
  • Spain Promotes Menorca Golf Holidays
    Menorca is ideal for a family holiday - but it's good too for golfers who want to play their game in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
  • 2011 Ski Holiday Destinations - Andorra
    Skiers are already booking their 2011 trips, while many are undecided about where to go this winter.

    For those in Europe Andorra could be the answer.
  • Promoting Lanzarote To New Markets
    Lanzarote attracts a good number of holidaymakers from across Europe in the winter months due to the first class climate the island enjoys - and is now looking to broaden her appeal in new markets.
  • 2011 Ski Holidays- Book Early For Good Deals
    It's not long now until the ski season starts in Europe and North America - booking early can get the best accommodation at a good price.
  • Early Settlers: Minorcans Set Sail to Florida
    On April 17, 1768 Dr. Andrew Turnbull left Minorca with eight ships with a total of 1,403 settlers. Unfortunately 148 of the colonists died during the sail from Minorca to Florida. Two monuments, The Odyssey Monument and the St. Photios National Shrine, honor the settlers who paid the ultimate price many years ago.
  • Golf Holidays In The Med - Majorca And Menorca
    Golf holidays are a great way to enjoy your favourite sport and discover new locations - Majorca and Menorca both offer good golf courses and first class holiday facilities.
  • Mark Webber Takes Advantage of Safety Car to Win the Hungarian Grand Prix
    In Formula 1, the victory usually goes to the team and driver who sense opportunity and pounce on it. That's what RBR-Renault (Red Bull Racing) and their driver, Mark Webber, did at this year's Hungarian Grand Prix.
  • Cyprus - Water Fun Holiday
    A family holiday is made or broken on the children's fun - and water parks in Cyprus ensure activity levels are kept high.
  • European Island Holidays For 2010 - Corfu
    Idyllic summer holidays are just a short flight away for many Europeans - when they visit Corfu, one of the top Greek islands.
  • Malta Empty Homes Offer Overseas Bargains
    Owning a second home abroad is an aspiration for many - and Malta could be a good place to look as their are high amounts of vacant properties.
  • 2011 Ski Holidays In France
    2011 promises to be a good ski season in France, with early bookings indicating the recession could be over for those who enjoy their skiing and snowboarding.
  • Ferrari Full Measure for Victory despite Controversy at German Grand Prix
    It seems even when things go smoothly for a team in F1 racing, it isn't smooth enough. This past weekend's German Grand Prix was a prime example of this fact. While Ferrari finished one-two to score a combined 43 Drivers points, it cost them monetarily and otherwise.
  • Webber Ramps it Up to Take the British Grand Prix at Silverstone
    ark Webber was fit and ready to race at this year's British Grand Prix. Emerging unscathed after a terrifying crash at the prior European Grand Prix, he was full value for his win at the Silverstone circuit. Despite some Qualifying tension, Webber maintained his composure on race day and secured a solid victory.
  • Tour Operators Lose Out To The Internet
    Booking a trip from home has never been easier - but with multiple companies offering different parts of a holiday, tour operators who offer all inclusive vacations are finding it hard to maintain market position.
  • Malta Welcomes 2010 Tourists
    Malta has always had a high number of holidaymakers from the UK, and in recent years has been diversifying its appeal.

    But British visitors are as welcome as ever.
  • Spanish Holidays...And A Mouse
    Children love Disney, and they love going on holiday to their theme parks.

    With a possibility of a new theme park in Spain, it would boost the Spanish holidays industry just when it needs it most.
  • Idyllic Summer Holidays - Cyprus
    If what you want for a summer holiday is an island with friendly people, great weather, good food and beaches off the Mediterranean, Cyprus could be the ideal answer.
  • Healthy Summer Holidays - Cycling
    For many a holiday in the sunshine is the perfect way to relax, read a book and enjoy the local cuisine, with the nearest to exercise being a stroll on the beach.

    For some a holiday is no reason to suspend their fitness regime, and cycling holidays is one way to have a good time, guilt free.
  • Diet And Health - The Mediterranean Diet
    The Mediterranean Diet is a way of life in many areas of Southern Europe, and is a lifestyle choice for many others in the U.S.

    There's parts of it which are unusual to those who don't know about it.
  • Tenerife Hopes For 2010 Holidays Turnaround
    It's been a poor couple of years for the Tenerife holidays industry, but they are hoping that this year will bring a reversal in fortunes.
  • New European Hotels - Ibiza
    Ibiza might have a reputation for clubbing and parties, but there's a gentler side to the island, and a new hotel reflects her traditional travel values.
  • Euro Wobble Could Help Lanzarote Holidays
    British tourists have been looking for new holiday destinations outside of the Eurozone as their currency Sterling has declined in value - but with Greece close to bankruptcy it could mean British holidaymakers returning.
  • Tenerife Faces Tourism Drop
    Low cost flights have allowed many more tourists to enjoy the splendour of a Tenerife holiday.

    But a major tour operator might stop promoting Tenerife as it feels some airlines are getting an unfair subsidy.
  • Cyprus Holidays Still Down
    Visitor numbers are slightly up for 2010 so far - but there's a long way to go for a full recovery.
  • Spain Wants Her Tourists Back
    Spain may still be a popular destination for holidays, but the reality is that the country needs to tempt back the tourists who are staying at home - or going elsewhere in 2010.
  • Ski Holidays Have Brighter Future
    With the world in a deep recession, the last two years has seen the number of people taking a ski holiday take a dip.

    But as the economy picks up, so has optimism from the ski holiday companies.
  • Turkish Delight For British Grand Prix Drivers
    This year's Turkish GP was a case of teammates not driving for the overall betterment of the team. Some dubious maneuvering between Red Bull teammates on the track resulted in a collision, which destroyed any chance of the team finishing one-two in this Formula 1 race. Instead, the team handed their positions over to the McLaren-Mercedes drivers who promptly sauntered home to victory.
  • Britain's Favourite Holiday Island - Majorca
    In today's age of jet travel and the internet allowing people to explore new destinations in the comfort of their home, Majorca continues to be a favourite destination for British holidaymakers.

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