Summer is well on its way, and many of us are looking forward to going away and enjoying some sun. Whether you’ve got a trip booked or looking to get one in the diary, there’s no time to book like the present! Combine sun, relaxation, and seeing the sights for the most unforgettable trip with your family or your other half. Be sure to plan an itinerary ahead of time and book trips in advance to save money and know what you’ll be doing.
1 Explore The Camino de Santiago routes
If you enjoy exploring and want to see new things while hiking along beautiful routes, then The Camino de Santiago routes should be on your agenda. There are many routes to choose from, allowing you to visit places you may have never been before. Camino Frances has some popular routes, such as their trip from St Jean Pied de Port in the French Basque Country ending at Pamplona. You could opt for a Camino Portugues route from Porto if you don’t fancy the Frances route. With so many options, the possibilities are endless.
2 Go on a food tour around Italy
If you are a foodie, enjoy road trips, and fancy visiting Italy, why not consider a food tour around Italy? You can set out on many routes where you see many popular destinations and try their traditional cuisine. Genoa is known for its Pesto, while Naples is home to some of the best pizza in the world. There is plenty of flexibility with a road trip, meaning you can stay in one area as long as you would like before setting off to another. Alternatively, if the area you visit isn’t what you expected, jump in the car and visit another city or destination.+
3 Charter a yacht off the French coast
Yacht charters offer luxury, comfort, and privacy. There are many yachts that you can hire, all with a different range of specifications. For those going away with family members, you may wish to consider one with more space and multiple rooms to allow more privacy, whereas smaller boats can be chartered for a romantic break for two. Depending on what company you charter your yacht with, you can choose from a day or two to a mid-week or two-week break.
4 Water Sports Break in Spain
Whether you enjoy surfing, kayaking, diving, kitesurfing, or paddleboarding, Spain is a destination that has it all. Different areas are better for other water sports activities so make sure you do your research beforehand to decide what area to visit. You’ll find different difficulty levels when looking into watersports, so don’t worry if you are a beginner. You may find it’s worth doing a few lessons before your visit to get a feel for your chosen water sports.
Where will you be visiting this summer? Will you be trying anything from our list above? Is there anything you would like to add to the list above? Let us know in the comment box below.