Sometimes what you really need is a holiday where no expense is spared and everything is top-class. This means staying in the best hotels and eating at the finest restaurants, but as well as that, high-end travellers need some classy activities to do too.
A sailing holiday in the South Pacific is definitely one of the most luxurious and exotic breaks you can go on. There are some wonderful countries and islands to discover in this part of the world, not to mention outstanding sailing conditions to enjoy.
You may think that climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is something that you’d only want to do once, yet there are plenty of people who return to the peak in Tanzania to take on the challenge again - in some cases, multiple times.
Obviously one of the most important things about a holiday is the chance to kick back and relax, free your mind from the stresses and worries of everyday life and find the time to contemplate the little things. The idyllic island of Antigua set in the middle of the Caribbean island chain could just be the perfect place to do all this.
The sun-drenched islands of the Caribbean make it the perfect candidate for an utterly luxurious break - and even more so if you're able to visit several islands and experience the very best of each. We'll be looking at some of the finest destinations below.
If you’re looking for the ultimate luxury holiday, the Seychelles is probably a destination you’ve already done a bit of research into. However, have you considered a sailing trip around this stunning island nation?
Destination wedding site MarryAbroad.co.uk has analysed its visitor statistics over the course of 2013, to find out which regions throughout the UK were more likely to choose a wedding overseas. Results showed that people from London and Edinburgh came out on top.
The Costa del Sol might be best known for its glorious white-sand beaches, warm weather and sapphire-blue water, but for most holidaymakers a few days lounging on the beach is enough - then it's time to find other things to do.
If you're thinking of taking a road trip around France on your next holiday, consider visiting four of its best cities as part of your tour. We've put together a suggestion of somewhere to stop in the north, east, south and west of the country.
If you’re looking for the holiday of a lifetime, you’ll be hard pushed to find anywhere more magical than India. The country is home to numerous world-class attractions, as well as being an incredibly beautiful place to explore.
It is never too late to jet off and soak up the sun - and, in fact, it can often be better to wait until the peak season has passed and you can have a slice of sunshine virtually to yourself. Off-season trips also have the advantage of being extremely well-priced, if you know where to look.
Like everywhere else in the world that is popular with holidaymakers, there is a list of places to visit and experiences to have in Cork that the majority of tourists tick off. If you wish to escape the crowds or have been to the city before and want different things to do, then you'll be heading off the beaten track.
Madrid is one of those cities that really does have it all - and it’s especially good if you’re planning a luxury getaway. Now, if a spot of retail therapy is on your mind, make sure you don’t miss out on visiting Madrid’s most exclusive boutiques.
Heritage Le Telfair Golf & Spa Resort, Mauritius, has won this year's World Luxury Hotel Award for Best Luxury Beach Resort in the Indian Ocean, whilst Heritage Awali Golf & Spa Resort has been named Best Luxury Golf Resort in the Indian Ocean.
There are plenty of luxury destinations around the world, but have you considered how visiting one of these on a yacht charter could be even more opulent than a standard getaway? It’s also a great way to see a little more of a place.
Italy is synonymous with luxury and where better for a luxurious city break than the Renaissance city of Florence? Here are some of our top five luxurious activities to do in the city, from gourmet eating, to opera in the Gardens of Boboli and Italian leather glove shopping.