Tourist guide to the Cayman Islands

Tourist guide to the Cayman Islands

You probably know that the wonderful Cayman Islands are actually a British Overseas Territory. The islands are situated in the Caribbean Sea, more precisely in the southern part of Cuba. The Cayman Islands are formed of the Grand Cayman, the Little Cayman and Cayman Brac. The largest of the islands, the Grand Cayman is home to the capital city, George Town. All of the islands are characterized by virgin natural environment and offer great attractions to the tourists, dragging innumerable visit... [ read more ]

Top 10 beaches in Britain

Top 10 beaches in Britain

As we all know it, Great Britain is a world famous tourist destination, being home to innumerable unique sights and landmarks. From historic cities to mysterious sights, from national parks to astonishing castles and palaces, from world famous museums to picturesque villages, the UK has it all! Besides, there are some fantastic beaches along the coastline of the country. So, if you are searching for an excellent summer destination, looking for a place encompassed in historical and cultural at... [ read more ]

Spend your holiday at Swansea Bay

Spend your holiday at Swansea Bay

Situated on the Bristol Channel, more precisely on the Gower Peninsula, the astonishing Swansea Bay is a popular tourist destination. The cities located in the bay are the following: Swansea, Mumbles and Port Talbot. The bay is famous for owning the world’s largest tidal ranges. Swansea Bay is a popular holiday destination for both UK citizens and foreign tourists. There are some great beaches along the bay, including Swansea Beach, Aberavon Beach, Jersey Marine Beach and Baglan B... [ read more ]

Most beautiful seaside towns in Wales

Most beautiful seaside towns in Wales

The country of Wales is famous for its charming beauty, Celtic heritage and beautiful castles, however, its captivating towns and wonderful beaches also add a huge plus to the attractiveness of Wales. I have collected the most beautiful seaside towns in Wales, you can decide which one to visit first. The short video will give you a preview of the raw beauty and grandness of beaches in Wales and other attractions of the country. Do you favor other seaside towns in Wales? Share your experie... [ read more ]

Your best guide to the wonders of the Outer Hebrides

Your best guide to the wonders of the Outer Hebrides

I am absolutely sure that everyone heard about the Hebrides. But do you know which are the attractions of these islands? The Hebrides are a widespread archipelago off the west coast of Scotland, Great Britain. There are more than 500 islands, of which about 100 are inhabited. The total land area is 7,283 km². The islands are divided into two main groups of islands: the Outer Hebrides, to the west, and the Inner Hebrides, closer to the mainland. The Hebrides were originally inhabited by Celts ... [ read more ]

Top 5 British seaside resort towns

Top 5 British seaside resort towns

Summer is here! If you like seaside resorts but you still don’t know where to spend your holiday, let me give you a tip: in Britain! Great Britain is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the whole world. If you would like to have a gorgeous vacation, you can’t go wrong with this country! Not only the seaside resorts and coastal parts of Britain are famous, but also the historic towns, the impressive monuments and buildings, the national parks, rural sites, its fascinating hist... [ read more ]

The Cayman Islands, the UK's tropical overseas territories

The Cayman Islands, the UK’s tropical overseas territories

Everyone who has ever heard about the UK is probabably well familiar with the stereotype of the isles having atrociously bad weather. And it is true, if you find that a spot of rain and some murky clouds qualify for bad weather, but for some traveler's the weather is part of the charm. However, if you are one of those people who can't stand the chill and the dampness, then don't give up on the idea of visiting the UK yet, because as unbelievable as it seems, you can enjoy tropical weather in... [ read more ]

Top 5 destinations in Devon and Cornwall

Top 5 destinations in Devon and Cornwall

Devon and Cornwall are two separate, neighboring counties that fit so well together like the pieces of a puzzle, not only geographically (obviously), but also when it comes to natural features, culture and pride in their Celtic heritage. Both Devon and Cornwall have a rich history with deep Celtic roots so it makes sense to visit them in one go, especially since you have to pass through Devon to get to Cornwall anyway. The two counties form the westernmost tip of  England's West Country, so... [ read more ]

The best seaside villages in the UK

The best seaside villages in the UK

The British coast is a great place to be in summer, especially if you are planning on enjoying yourself in the countryside. And if you want to enjoy it as much as possible, a small seaside village is the best base of exploration you can find. The coast is dotted not only with well to do resort towns, but also inconspicuous yet very picturesque villages where you can always find a friendly bed and breakfast or hotel where you can spend the night. Here are the best seaside villages in the UK, ... [ read more ]

The best beaches in the UK

The best beaches in the UK

If you're British, then you probably can't wait for summer so you can go off to sunnier, warmer places. But if you're living outside the UK, the cool British summers probably hold enough attraction for you, and a holiday on the coast of the UK is not devoid of charm any way you look at it. Contrary to what one might think, summer in the UK is not all rainy and foggy, quite the opposite. Mild weather, clear skies and gentle sea breeze are pretty much the norm on many of the best beaches in th... [ read more ]