Over 50? Here are 50 reasons you will love a holiday park

Are caravan park holidays a nostalgic memory – the scene of family breaks when your kids were tots and self catering in a caravan was so much easier than lounging around a hotel room? Now that your children are adults and your free time is your own, have you thought about trying a holiday park… Read more »

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    The best rockpooling spots in Britain

    Forget African safaris – to spot predators on the prowl, grazing herbivores and colourful flora, simply head down to the beach.

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    Norfolk holidays: what is new for 2015

    Norfolk boasts miles of stunning coastline, wonderful opportunities to spot wildlife and the incredible Broads – we asked PETE WATERS of Visit Norfolk to tell us what holidaymakers should be looking forward to in Norfolk in 2015.

  • Micro brewing in Kent

    Fancy a pint? We discover 8 of Kent’s best micropubs

    Kent has a long connection with beer; holidaymakers before us flocked here to pick the hops and get a short break in the country at the same time. Today beer lovers can make their own pilgrimage around the micropubs of Kent, which champion real ale in quirky outlets.

  • 8 Daily Mail holiday parks

    You choose: 8 of the best Daily Mail holiday parks

    On Saturday (10 January), we launch our £15pp holidays with the Daily Mail. There’s a whopping 250 holiday parks for you to choose from, so to get your holiday juices flowing we’ve picked out eight you told us you loved from the past 12 months. How you can take part in our £15pp Daily Mail… Read more »

  • Best castles in the south west

    Battle stations: 7 of the best castles and forts in Kent and Sussex

    As the most vulnerable corner of the Kingdom, the South East got the biggest concentration of castles and forts, so it’s the best place to head to see the remains. Out of 100 castles remaining in England, more than 30 can be found here.

  • UK's best coastal rail journeys

    8 Great UK Coastal Rail Journeys

    Travelling by train can be one of the most rewarding ways of taking in the country’s coastal scenery. Here, BEN LERWILL takes a look at eight of the most memorable rail journeys along the edge of Britain.

  • UK's best beaches from TV and film

    10 UK Beaches Immortalised on Film and TV

    Wondering why the stretch of coast you’re visiting looks oh-so-familiar? The UK is full of beaches that have featured on film – here travel journalist BEN LERWILL recommends ten with particularly strong claims to on-screen fame. Freshwater West, Pembrokeshire Freshwater West – picture credit: Visit Pembrokeshire Popular with surfers and – in times gone by… Read more »

  • Coastal gems in Wales and north west England

    10 best hidden-gem coastal towns in Northwest England and North Wales

    The coastline of England’s Northwest and North Wales is graced with a host of delightful little seaside towns – many just a short drive from local holidays parks. Local resident DAVID ATKINSON tells us about 10 of the best. 1. Conwy Conwy – picture credit: Conwy County Borough Council Conwy’s Unesco-listed castle dominates the walled… Read more »

  • Children jumping into indoor pool

    Holiday parks with the best indoor swimming pools

    Choosing a holiday park with an indoor swimming pool guarantees some weatherproof fun. Here’s our guide to caravan parks with superb indoor pools.

  • 10 top tips for the perfect autumn caravan holiday

    You know the saying – “there’s no such thing as bad weather, just the wrong clothes” – well, the same can be said for autumn holidays. Getting away later in the year can be wonderful if you take just a few minutes to think about what you’ll need. Here’s a our list of what you’ll… Read more »