Matched Bets Top 5 Holiday Destinations For 2016
July 27, 2016
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So where are people heading off to this summer? Here’s Matched Bets top 5 holiday destinations for 2016.
Tenerife, Canary Islands
Tenerife has long been a favourite for Brits looking for the ultimate tan. It is a top choice for families looking for guaranteed sun and is a perfect budget getaway. The island offers peace and tranquility with pristine golden beaches and beautiful turquoise waters.
Popular places to stay are; Costa Adeje on the south coast, said to be a favourite stopover for the Beckhams. Playa de la Arena is somewhere you can leave the hustle and bustle behind while Playa de las Americas, Playa Paraiso and Puerto de Santiago are all highly recommended.
There is more to Tenerife than beautiful beaches and nightlife. It is a popular destination for cyclists and the route along the TF-12 road is considered to be one of the most picturesque in all of Spain.
Thrill seekers will find the adventure of their life on Zakynthos Island or Zante as it is also known. It’s the largest of the Ionian islands and famed for the shipwreck resting off postcard-perfect Navagio beach. It’s one of the most photographed spots in Greece, framed by spectacular limestone cliffs and only accessible by boat.
It’s a magnet for base jumpers who come from all over the world to plunge into the crystal clear water below. But if that is too adventurous for you, Agios Nikolaos, Alykanas and Tsilivi offer swimming and water sports while the waterfront around Solomos Square in the harbour city of Zakynthos provides lots to do.
The Mexican city of Cancun lies on the Yucatan peninsula bordering the Caribbean Sea. Once the preserve of American holidaymakers, Cancun has earned a reputation as Mexico’s number one family-friendly holiday destination according to TripAdvisor. All-inclusive packages are most popular among the Brits who enjoy the famous Mexican hospitality.
There is a range of exciting activities to keep the whole family entertained. There are adventure parks, lively beaches and day trips, a visit to the ancient Maya Ruins is highly recommended. Cancun is also home to the world’s largest underwater sculpture museum where visitors can snorkel among the exhibits.
Spain’s Balearic Islands have been the top destination for party lovers for decades now but unlike Ibiza and Mallorca, Menorca offers a low-key alternative for those who want a more relaxing vacation.
The Balearics offer sunset views like no other and visitors to Menorca can indulge themselves on one of the world’s most spectacular rooftop bars at Cova d’en Xoroi. The island boasts endless beaches, from miles-long sandy crescents to rocky turquoise watered bays. It makes the ideal destination for romantic couples who want to feel they have the world to themselves.
Anyone looking for a cultured break will struggle to find somewhere better than Dubrovnik, the charming coastal city fronting the Adriatic Sea. The Old Town with its impressive medieval stone walls has always been the number one attraction but even more so after becoming the backdrop for Game of Thrones. Visitors can tread in the footsteps of their favourite characters from the hit TV series and bring the fantasy to life.
The city is steeped in history with beautifully preserved period buildings from the baroque St Blaise Church to Renaissance Sponza Palace and Gothic Rector’s Palace which is now the history museum. Stradun promenade is a stunning limestone paved street lined with restaurants and shops running through the heart of the city and can be enjoyed any time of the day or night.