More holidaying alone in order to do what they want The number of people taking solo holidays up three-fold since 2011
Sarah Baxter samples the foodie delights of the Caen la Mer region, joining Parisians stocking up on fresh fish and learning about Normandy's love of all things apples and pears.
<p><em>Sarah Baxter travels to the French region of Caen via train, ferry and bike, discovering the green spaces and rich history of this often overlooked destination.</em></p>
A new set of guidelines tackles key environmental issues from waste and pollution to marine species protection
Holly Rooke visits French resort Villages Nature Paris, a large collection of holiday cottages just 20 miles from the French capital, to see large scale sustainable tourism in action.
Our blog and video about our 12-day trip from the sandy beaches and coastal towns of Costa Brava to the snowy forests and towering peaks of Val d’Aran in the Catalan Pyrenees
Our favourite experiences from 2017 including a community-run pub in the Cotswolds, dog-sledding in the Catalan Pyrenees and an award-winning biodiversity conservation project in Indonesia
Richard Hammond and family travel to the pretty spa town of Cauterets in the Hautes-Pyrénées for their children's first ski trip.
Richard Hammond reviews a dedicated swim clinic at the Watergate Bay Hotel in Cornwall.
Jini Reddy stays in The Old Coach House, a Victorian house on the southeast coast of Cornwall. The perfect retreat for the soul with the only company of nature and the sea view.
Mark Rowe explores the Norfolk coast, discovering How Hill's landscapes and wildlife and visiting the coastal towns of Cromer and Sheringham.
Rhiannon Batten looks at the UK’s eclectic range of independent hostels, bunkhouses and camping barns, many of which can be found via the Independent Hostels UK network.
As part of our Greentraveller's Guide to Catalonia, Paul Bloomfield explores the Montsec mountains on foot and by kayak.
Seven trains, two funiculars, trams, buses and a steamboat… Gemma Wirz travelled through Switzerland on the Swiss Travel System, taking her to the heart of Swiss nature, culture and history.
Ginny Light spends a few days enjoying the sights of La Rochelle on the west coast of France
As the YHA's grand project, The Sill, opens for bookings, Rhiannon Batten looks ahead to the most exciting developments at the organisation this summer
Ginny Light's guide to the idyllic island of Ile de Ré on the west coast of France, with tips where to stay, eat and visit based on her visit there this summer.
Edwina Pitcher chooses her favourite secret beaches from surfing hangouts north of Lisbon to hidden coves in the Sintra-Cascais and sandy beaches of the West Algarve
As we launch our Greentraveller's Guide to Catalonia, Paul Bloomfield has a bird-watching bonanza while kayaking in Terres de l’Ebre in Catalonia and discovers a remarkable Cathedral of Wine
Greentraveller has published an online guide to Catalonia with tips on where to stay, local food and drink, visitor attractions and activities, including wine tasting, cycling and kayaking
Mark Rowe tramps through Lincolnshire, discovering beaches and seaside towns: revisiting Grimsby via the city of culture, Hull, before ending up at the magnificent Spurn Point, Holderness.
Richard Hammond and family try out Eurocamp’s pre-assembled camping experience at La Pointe St-Gilles in Brittany
New booking tool combines cutting edge interactive video technology with an innovative online application that enables visitors to build their own itineraries for the East Coast of England
Long-tail or Christiana? Trailors or tag-alongs? What about conversion kits & accessories? Rhiannon Batten sifts through the options to find a practical bike to cycle with her two young boys
Eurostar has joined rail pass organisation Eurail Group and launched a new, lower and simpler fare for Interrail travellers from £23 single