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Family Holiday Inspiration

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This is an advertorial article by Catherine.

Fancy a family getaway this year, but looking for something a little … different? Thanks to the rich variety of holiday destinations on offer in today’s holiday market, you’re never far from a cracking holiday destination that the whole family can enjoy.

You’ve got all the family holiday stalwarts like the Spanish Costas, Portugal’s Algarve, Malta and Greece, but if you’ve been there and got the t-shirt, why not try Tunisia for a change? Tunisia family holidays are so much more than just a beach break with the kids. With all that┬átantalizing┬áTunisian cuisine, its rich cultural heritage, soul-stirring ruins and traditional North African customs, this is a great place for any age to explore – especially for the younger generation. From camel trekking in the desert to watching Dad haggle with the local market sellers, just imagine the tales they can tell back at school!

If you fancy something a little further afield, why not consider Goa holidays 2013? A trip to Goa is like a trip to paradise itself. Home to swaying palms, porcelain-white sands and sparkling azure waters, this glorious slice of India’s West coast is like a magnet for beach-lovers and sun-seekers, and just about everyone in-between.

A former Portuguese colony, Goa has retained much of its Portuguese influences which is evident in its delicious cuisine, its crumbling architecture and its laid-back culture. Here you can expect a friendly welcome and first-rate service, and as for things to see and do, there simply aren’t enough days in the week to do it all. From visiting spice plantations or exploring its steamy jungles, to tackling white water rapids with the kids or strolling around centuries-old buildings, this gorgeous place has something for everyone. How on earth will you fit it all on a postcard?

Talk about a family holiday with a difference…


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