Holiday tips for water lovers

Are you a water lover? A lot of people find the proximity of a body of water relaxing, if not purifying from the perspective of mental health. Not everyone loves to be near the water, but for those who enjoy it, there is thankfully a vast choice of holiday destinations and trips to satisfy all your needs and desires.

Beach and swimming in the ocean

The appeal of the beach holiday is endless. Thankfully, if you’re in need of an invigorating beach holiday in the middle of the winter, there are plenty of amazing exotic destinations for you to choose from. It’s too cold to enjoy a quick dive in the waves of Ibiza or Saint-Tropez. But it doesn’t mean that you should forget about your dreams of a sunny and sandy beach break. There are plenty of places that offer the classic beach landscape outside of the EU environment, with sunny and warm weather so you can dive into the pleasure of beach breaks in the middle of winter!

Enjoy a cruise

You don’t need to become a sailor to go on a European river cruise. You can let the captain hold the ship while you enjoy the journey and discover new destinations. Cruises are not popular by chance; they create a pocket of luxury on the sea. Is there any better feeling than having breakfast while watching the sunrise over the ocean? If you love pampering and taking the time to enjoy life, cruising offers the best of sea holidays without losing anything of the privileges of exclusive breaks.

Become an adventurer

What if water is synonymous with sports for you? There’s no need to denying it: You can enjoy this peaceful element and love active holidays at the same time. If this is the case, you will enjoy a guided canoe adventure through the natural wonders of Sweden and Finland over a handful of days. Fill your lungs with fresh and pure air as you paddle through the rural waters and fjords of beautiful Nordic countries.

Love our local canal ways

Not everyone is ready for a sportive adventure. But if canoeing isn’t your thing, you might fall in love with the possibilities of a canal boat trip. More and more Britons have chosen to leave the complexity of an urban lifestyle to live on a canal boat. While you don’t need to sell your home, you can certainly consider hiring a boat to cruise the canal ways from the south of England to the north of Scotland. Let the water carry you through the past of the country and take the slow path through your holiday.

There’s a water holiday for everyone, whether you’re a sports addict, a beach fan or a luxury aficionado. What’s your water pleasure?

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