Are you in need of a weekend getaway that involves beach, sea, and boat parties? Look no further than the south of Spain and Portugal! These two destinations offer endless options for a fun-filled break with your friends. Here are some of the best locations to visit, fun activity ideas and options for an unforgettable trip.Continue reading “Holiday Activity Ideas for a Fun Weekend in Southern Europe!”
Category: Travel activities
10 fun and exciting things to do in Krakow
Krakow is a vibrant and historic city that offers plenty of fun and exciting things to do for visitors of all ages. Whether you’re interested in exploring its rich history, enjoying its lively nightlife, or simply taking in the stunning scenery, there’s something for everyone in this bustling Polish city. From its charming Old Town to its trendy cafes and bars, here are 10 fun and exciting things to do in Krakow that are sure to make your visit unforgettable.Continue reading “10 fun and exciting things to do in Krakow”
St Ives to Land’s End Coaster photos, review + helpful traveller info
In summer we rode St Ives to Lands End on an open-top bus known as the Land’s End Coaster!
It’s a really fun and affordable way to see the beautiful Cornish landscape if you’re on holiday in Cornwall, or even if you live here.
It’s also an adventure if you have kids and a great idea for a low-cost activity in the summer holidays.
So what makes this bus journey so special and out of the ordinary?
Read on as I share some photos in our Land’s End Coaster review, our honest thoughts and some useful traveller information. Enjoy!Continue reading “St Ives to Land’s End Coaster photos, review + helpful traveller info”
Camel Trail Wadebridge to Padstow: Is it good for kids?
If you’re planning a trip to Cornwall with your family and are looking for a fun and active outing, the Camel Trail is an excellent choice. In this post, we’ll focus on cycling the Camel Trail Wadebridge to Padstow with kids, and share some tips and recommendations to make the most of your journey.
In 2022, we cycled The Camel Trail from Wadebridge to Padstow, or vice versa, three times with the kids. In winter, spring and summer, we experienced the famous Camel Trail across three different seasons.
It’s an ideal part of the trail to cycle with kids as there are no roads to cross and a flat concrete path. It’s around 5.5 miles each way, so an 11-mile round trip.
For reference, our kids were 6 and 9 at the start of the year and, then 7 and 10 years old at the end of the year. The distance is about enough for them currently, with a stop for snacks or a picnic along the way!
Below we’ll share some photos and helpful advice if you’re thinking of cycling The Camel Trail Wadebridge to Padstow with your kids too.Continue reading “Camel Trail Wadebridge to Padstow: Is it good for kids?”
Visiting National Trust’s Trerice Manor in Newquay, Cornwall, with kids
In the summer we visited Trerice Manor which is in Newquay, Cornwall. It’s managed by National Trust of which we are members, so we had free entry with our passes. We took our children, aged 7 and 10 years old at the time. Read on as I explain more about what to expect at Trerice Manor in Newquay and whether it’s a suitable day out if you’re looking for things to do in Newquay Cornwall that aren’t a day at the beach!Continue reading “Visiting National Trust’s Trerice Manor in Newquay, Cornwall, with kids”
Homes of the rich and famous UK (that you can visit)
The UK is a popular tourist destination for people all over the world, who come to visit the many attractions and landmarks that the country has to offer. The UK also has a lot of royalty, celebrities and notable people, and their homes are often tourist attractions! It is possible to visit some of the homes of the rich and famous, both past and present, while visiting many areas of the UK. Below we’ll explore some of the best homes you can explore with famous connections in London, Lancashire, Kent and Oxfordshire.Continue reading “Homes of the rich and famous UK (that you can visit)”
Things to do in Newquay in the rain
Whether you’re on holiday or just visiting for the day, Newquay is brimming with activities to keep the whole family entertained. The south west of England and Cornwall is one of the most beautiful places in the UK which makes it such a popular place to visit. But what do you do when it’s raining or there’s a storm around Newquay? Being locals to the area, keen explorers with a thirst for adventure we’ve found some of the best things to do when it’s not very pleasant outside. Come rain, hail or strong winds we have the answers below.
Here are our top 10 things to do in Newquay in the rain or when the weather is bad. We’ve listed them in order with our favourite at number one.Continue reading “Things to do in Newquay in the rain”
A beginner’s guide to yacht charter
Hiring a boat or yacht is generally referred to as chartering. You’re essentially renting the use of a yacht, but because large vessels cannot simply be driven by anyone, you will normally be provided with a captain and crew that can safely operate and navigate the waterways and open sea. Smaller yachts can be chartered to experienced skippers without a captain or crew but they will need to provide qualifications to prove their abilities.Continue reading “A beginner’s guide to yacht charter”
Best places to SUP in and around Newquay Cornwall
If you’re a keen paddle boarder or even if you are thinking of buying a paddle board to use in and around Newquay then the following information should help you get the most out of your visit.
Stand-up paddleboarding is a great water sport that offers both exercise and relaxation. As a portable and affordable alternative to surfing or motor water sports, the stand-up paddleboard is ideal for your holiday on the north coast of Cornwall.
Newquay is a fantastic place to enjoy your paddleboard due to the variety of beaches, headlands and scenic coastline. There aren’t many places in Cornwall that offer this many beautiful locations so close together.Continue reading “Best places to SUP in and around Newquay Cornwall”
Exploring Roughtor and Brown Willy with kids
Visit the highest peak in Cornwall and explore the surrounding moors with this amazing walk around Rough Tor, Little Rough Tor and to the top of Brown Willy. This is an adventure for the whole family with loads of amazing views, rocks to climb and wildlife to experience. It’s a great family fun day out.
Within this article, I’m going to share our experiences of this beautiful walk with our kids and point out a few helpful tips so that you can be prepared and get the most out of your visit. We visited during the summer (August) so it was at the height of the holiday season. Our kids are aged 7 and 10 so it’s always interesting to see how they get on during our slightly longer walks.Continue reading “Exploring Roughtor and Brown Willy with kids”
St Erth to St Ives train ride (STUNNING coastal views)
If you’re looking for an easy way to access St Ives without the hassle of trying to find a parking spot in one of the busiest towns in Cornwall then read on. Here’s our St Erth Park and Ride review with lots of helpful information to plan your journey.
It’s also one of the best coastal train rides in the whole of Britain with stunning scenery. I’ll share some photos below so you can see the type of amazing coastal views to expect!Continue reading “St Erth to St Ives train ride (STUNNING coastal views)”