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Here at Prestige Holidays, we understand that finding the right balance between indulging in luxury and getting out in the thick of nature can be challenging. You should not have to sacrifice either, which is why we have carefully selected properties that allow you to get out and explore by day and then indulge in the finer things after a full-on day.
This is particularly true of our holidays in Tenerife. Tenerife is the largest Canary Island and one of breathtaking natural beauty with gorgeous beaches, thick forests, dramatic mountain ranges and a magical world beneath the waters just off the shore.
If you want this authentic nature experience but you also want the ability to kick back in your hotel and nourish your mind, body and soul, then we have got you covered at Prestige Holidays.
I like to recommend Spa Villalba to any nature-loving types interested in our holidays in Tenerife. Nestled within a thick and ancient pine forest 1,500 metres above sea level, this idyllic and tranquil setting offers both breathtaking natural beauty and complete luxury.
You are spoilt for choice in terms of walking trails in the surrounding area, but these are my personal favourites that are perfect for either a gentle stroll or serious hike.
– Wine route – Obviously the wine route tops the list! Beginning at the hotel and finishing at a wine cellar around two hours later, you will see many wonderful sights along the way and have worked up quite a thirst once you arrive at your destination.
– Lunar Landscape route – This will take you around half a day to complete, but I think that it is completely worth the effort as you work your way through the truly stunning landscape found here.
The Teide routes – The magnificent Teide National Park is around 15 miles from the Spa and there are dozens of walks here for all levels of fitness, all of which are highly recommended.
Health & Wellness
When you get back to the hotel after a long day of exploring Tenerife’s beauty, you will want to kick back and relax. You could hear a pin drop here in this hotel’s spa, which makes it the ideal place to unwind and receive some of the top class treatments. The health and wellness facilities are second to none, plus many of the treatments experiment with a range of sensations to highlight the natural surroundings, including Bio-organic treatments. There is also a heated indoor/outdoor pool, Turkish bath, pebble path and sauna.
From capable legislators to sovereignty, from businesspeople to a lady of the hour and prep going to get hitched, a limousine turns into the vehicle of decision. It is fit for conveying many individuals and more than that it is a vehicle which will undoubtedly get the most extreme gazes from spectators. Along these lines, it has developed to be the vehicle of decision for events like weddings or for business purposes, on the grounds that there’s nothing as smooth and agreeable as the limousine.
In case you’re searching for a limousine in the Los Angeles region or any zone around that then look no more distant than Hummer limo rentals, the best limo benefit in Los Angeles. Regardless of for which reason you need a limousine, whether it’s for a wedding, or a meeting, or pickup and drop-off at the airplane terminal, you’ll get all administrations at Hummer limo rentals. There is a variety of limousines available to us and it can take into account all your needs. Regardless of whether you have to travel alone or in a substantial gathering, there is a sort of limousine suited only for you. There are 4 traveler town autos to 12-14 traveler Lincoln town auto or limousine accessible in the armada. There are likewise limousines accessible in our armada that can suit up to 26-30 individuals. Hence, neither space nor assortment is an issue with us. You can lease any of these limousines for any event you need. We give uncommon bundles to limousines that are leased for weddings. The auto is beautified and made wedding commendable. You can likewise lease a limo from us for proms or any business purposes like a meeting or going forward and backward the air terminal to get visitors or business partners. The feeling that a limousine makes endures forever.
ou may think a campervan holiday with the kids is not for the faint-hearted, but don’t fret. With the freedom, (outdoor!) space and sense of adventure such a trip can offer – not to mention its cost-effectiveness, you should really consider packing up the car or renting a van and touring Europe with the family.
You can cover much more of countries, or even the continent, at a fraction of the price of driving and lodging, all with a heightened connection with nature and the unknown.
If you’re on a shoestring and your kids are younger (and don’t need much living space) you could deck out a van with a mattress and fashion beds for them. Don’t forget the essentials — a gas cooker, a cool box, first aid kit, some outdoor awnings, folding chairs and a table, and plenty to amuse the little ones.
However, it would be more comfortable and practical to either rent a campervan or even invest in one if this kind of trip is up your street. With sleeping quarters, a reasonable kitchen, proper storage and access to power facilities this may be an easier introduction to this exciting kind of holiday.
As one of my passions, I take a huge amount of pride in curating adventurous yachting vacations to Bermuda which contain a handful of wonderful experiences and accommodation options at our collection of luxury properties. Here is what you could get up to on one of our unique holidays to Bermuda.
How does heading out into the gorgeous ocean on a private catamaran before exploring the magical world beneath the surface sound? Pretty good, right? If so, then I suggest that you speak to the lovely Richie and Maureen at SeaSplash Bermuda. They arrange customised experiences and will do everything possible to make sure that it is an unforgettable trip whether you are on a lengthy sailing cruise as the sun goes down or snorkelling around the Hawkins Islands and up through the legendary Great Sound ocean inlet.
A Romantic Meal on the High Seas
Step foot onto the most luxurious super yacht on the island for one meal that you certainly will never forget. The mightily impressive and lavish Venetian is a staggering 100-ft and can cater for up to 26 people, but you are also able to charter the yacht for a romantic and intimate experience.
It is hard to top the sublime views of Bermuda as you set out for your supper on the High Seas, but the talented onboard chefs certainly come close and will tickle your tastebuds. This will be one of the finest meals that you have ever experienced (both on land and at sea) as you leave the island behind and set off into the sunset. This is luxury at its finest.
Uncovered by well diggers near the city of Xi’an, China in 1974, the Terracotta Army is one of the greatest archaeological discoveries in history.
What, When, How, Why, Where?
The Terracotta Army, which consists of thousands of unique, life-sized clay soldiers poised for battle, is arranged by rank with weapons and horses to protect the tomb of China’s first emperor. Ying Zheng assumed the throne in 246 BC and unified warring kingdoms by his thirteenth birthday. He took the name of Qin Shi Huang Di (First Emperor of Qin), standardised weights and measures, linked states by roads and canals and is thought to have built an early version of the Great Wall.
He reportedly ordered the construction of the mausoleum just after taking the throne, and it is thought that there are originally 8,000 figures, although the exact total may never be known. Over 700,000 workers were tasked with producing the figures for 11 years, and they are truly a spectacle to behold.
Located 1.5km from Emperor Qin Shi Huang’s tomb in Lintong, this is a site not to miss on your trip to China. Thought to protect the Emperor and accompany him into the afterlife, the army of individually decorated and designed life-size figures are steeped in history and well worth the journey to see them.
Xi’an is reachable by plane from Beijing in 2 hours, Shanghai in 3 and by high-speed train in 6-7 hours from both. You can join a guided tour, visit the museum or do it by yourself – independent travellers should note that it’s quieter in the afternoon, but that the last bus back to Xi’an downtown departs at 7pm.
In the capital of The Netherlands’ neighbour, Belgium, I would suggest staying at the Novotel Brussels off Grand Place Hotel. On my last visit I was impressed by its reduced mobility rooms, wheelchair access throughout, accessible bathrooms, and a range of reduced mobility facilities. It is also right in the heart of the city, just a short distance from the iconic main square and the Royal Palace, making it easier to get around.
While Brussels can present a challenge to those with mobility issues, with its cobbled streets and ancient buildings with lots of steps and no lift access, it can still be a great place to visit if you’re disabled. Holidays to the city for those with mobility issues just require a little bit more planning, so let my expert team put together the perfect Brussels package and take the stress out of seeing the sights.
Grand Place – Okay, there are a lot of cobblestones, but the uncomfortable journey will be worth it to drink in the atmosphere at the beating heart of the city.
Manneken Pis – You won’t believe how many tourists bustle around this two foot statue of a boy having a wee! But it is a great selfie opportunity.
Mont des Arts – All three levels of this beautiful embankment are wheelchair accessible and give great views of the city.
Atomium – The focal point of 1958 World’s Fair in Brussels is now an icon of the city and worth taking a look at, although access inside is limited.
I’d suggest starting your dual-city break in Amsterdam. We can include either a flight or a train journey into your holiday package; the Eurostar train goes to Amsterdam (you will need to change trains twice and the journey time is around five and a half hours), and a flight with a reliable airline will take around one hour and 15 minutes.
The flight time from Amsterdam to Brussels is only 45 minutes, but I’d advise to go for the fast train option, which will take one hour and 51 minutes. Former clients found this a very agreeable mode of transport which allows you to appreciate the view of the countryside from your comfortable seat at the same time!