Murcia: Back to nature

With its salt water lagoon, hot springs, forests and high mountains, Murcia is the perfect place to nurture mind, body and soul. By Heidi Fuller-Love Blessed with sparkling clear seawater and its unique salt water…

Good to know

Top tips for travelling to the Caribbean Health and travel advice The Caribbean is made up of 13 sovereign states and 17 dependent territories. The Foreign Office offers information on a country-by-country basis, and it’s…

Drop anchor

The Caribbean is best by ship. With itineraries for every budget, cruises here have never been so accessible, writes Anthony Pearce Holidays in the Caribbean are the bread and butter of the cruise industry. Last…

Caribbean calling

On land and beneath the waves, the region’s idyllic allure is enhanced by its sightseeing repertoire. Matthew Hampton shares the highlights We’ve come a long way from climbing Dunn’s River Falls. The legendary Jamaican waterfall…

Taste of the Caribbean

Matthew Hampton gives a flavour of this island region’s culinary fare, which packs a punch with depth, heat and speciality ingredients If all the Caribbean had to offer was jerk chicken, that would be enough,…

Comment: Carol Hay, Caribbean Tourism Organisation

Carol Hay of the Caribbean Tourism Organisation shares the activities on offer beyond the region’s tropical beaches Thoughts of the Caribbean continue to conjure up images of miles upon miles of powdery soft beaches fringed…

Comment: Paul Carter, HotelPlan

Paul Carter, CEO of Hotelplan UK, whose brands include the ski operators Inghams, Ski Total and Esprit, plus Santa’s Lapland, Explore and Inntravel While the impact of Brexit is a cause of uncertainty and worry…

Buenos Aires: Gateway to Latin America

Sorrel Moseley-Williams samples the architectural, cultural and epicurean experiences in Buenos Aires and beyond.  Buenos Aires is a microcosm of wider Latin America – elegant architecture harks back to a colonial past, while vivid bursts…