Destinations

Whether your preference is a sandy beach, thrill seeking rides or an active nightlife, On the Beach holidays will have something to suit your taste!

AmericaFlorida

-Florida

  • Florida has the longest coastline in the United States, bordering the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean.
  • The Walt Disney resort is the largest holiday resort in the world, consisting of four theme parks and more than 20 hotels.
  • The currency in Florida is US Dollars.

 

 Azores (Island Group, Portugal) Azores

-Ponte Delgado

  • There are nine major Azorean islands in three groups.
  • These islands were settled sporadically over two centuries, so their culture, dialect, cuisine and traditions vary from place to place.
  • The currency of the islands is Euro.

Balearics Ibiza

-Ibiza

-Majorca

-Menorca

  • The official languages of the Balearic Islands are Catalan and Spanish.
  • The island of Ibiza is 10 times larger than Manhattan Island.
  • The currency of the Balearic Islands is the Euro.

Bulgaria Bulgaria

-Bourgas

  • Bulgaria’s population of almost 7.5 million people is mostly urbanised.
  • The capital city is Sofia.
  • The currency is Bulgarian Lev.

CanariesCanary Islands

-Fuerteventura

-Gran Canaria

-Lanzarote

-Tenerife

  • Mount Teide in Tenerife is the third tallest volcano in the world  measured from the ocean floor.
  • All together, the islands have eight airports.
  • The capital of the Canary Islands is Santa Cruz and Las Palmas

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Cape Verde

-Sal

  • Cape Verde is located 570 kilometres off the coast of Western Africa.
  • Since 2007, Cape Verde has been classed as a ‘developing nation’
  • The currency is Cape Verdean escudo.

CaribbeanCaribbean

-Bahamas

-Barbados

-Bermuda

-Cayman Islands

-Cuba

-Dominican Republic

-Grenada

-Jamaica

-St. Lucia

-Trinidad and Tobago

  • The Caribbean region consists of 700 islands, islets, reefs and cays.
  • The islands are generally regarded as a subregion of North America, organised into 30 territories.
  • The islands speak several languages including Spanish, English, Dutch and French.

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Croatia

-Dubrovnik

  • Croatia is divided into 20 counties and it’s capital city, Zagreb.
  • The Adriatic sea coast consists of more than a thousand islands.
  • The currency is Kuna.

CyprusCyprus

-Ayia Napa

-Kakopetria

-Larnaca

-Limassol

-Nissi Beach

-Paphos

-Polis

-Protaras

  • Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean.
  • The country was granted independence in 1960.
  • There are two official languages: Greek and Turkish.

Egypt Egypt

-Hurghada

-Luxor

-Marsa Alam

-Sharm el Sheikh

-Taba

  • Egypt is the 15th most populated country in the world, with the majority of it’s inhabitants living on the banks of the famous River Nile.
  • Egypt’s ancient ruins and extensive history mean that tourism is a vital part of the economy.
  • The currency is the Egyptian pound.

Gambia Gambia

  • Gambia is the smallest country of mainland Africa.
  • About a third of the population lives below the international poverty line.
  • The currency of Gambia is Dalasi.

GreeceGreece

-Corfu

-Crete

-Halkidiki

-Kalamata

-Kefalonia

-Kos

-Lesbos

-Mykonos

-Preveza

-Rhodes

-Samos

-Santorini

-Skiathos

-Zante

  • Greece is located at the crossroads of Europe, Western Asia and Africa.
  • Greece is considered to be a democratic and developed country.
  • The Greek Constitution considers Orthodox Christian to be the main faith in the country.

 

IndiaGoa

-Goa

  • Goa is India’s smallest state by area.
  • Goa is visited by large numbers of tourists each year for its beaches, places of worship and architecture.
  • Goa is a former Portuguese province.

ItalyItaly

-Neapolitan Riviera

  • Italy’s capital city, Rome has been the leading political and religious centre for Western culture.
  • Italian culture flourished during the Renaissance producing many notable scholars and artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo.
  • Italy has the 4th largest economy in the European Union.

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-Mombasa

  • Kenya has a warm, humid climate along it’s coastline.
  • The country traditionally exports tea and coffee.
  • Kenya is famous for it’s safaris and wildlife reserves.

MadeiraMadeira

-Canico

-Funchal

-Garajau

-Machico

  • Madeira is an archipelago, which along with Azores makes the Autonomous Region of Portugal.
  • It is a popular year-round resort, visited by one million tourists every year.
  • The country has annual New Year celebrations which feature the largest fireworks in the world.

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-Male

  • The Maldive Islands are an island nation in the Indian Ocean- Arabian Sea.
  • It is the smallest Asian country in both population and land area.
  • The country has pledged to become  a carbon-neutral area by 2019.

MaltaMalta

-Bugibba

-Gozo

-Mellieha

-Paceville

-Paradise Bay

-Qawra

-Salina

-Sliema

-St.Georges

-St Julians

-St Pauls

-Valletta

  • The capital of Malta is Valletta, the smallest capital in the EU.
  • Malta has two official languages: Maltese and English.
  • In 2008, it became part of the Eurozone.

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Mauritius

  • The Republic of Mauritius is an island nation in the Indian Ocean.
  • It has an unsettled history, having been occupied by the Portuguese, Dutch, French and British.
  • It was the only home of the now-extinct Dodo bird.

MoroccoAgadir

-Agadir

  • Morocco has a population of over 33 million.
  • The predominant religion is Islam.
  • The currency in Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham.

OmanOman

-Muscat

  • Oman is an Arab state in Southwest Asia.
  • In 2010, Oman was ranked as the most improved nation in the world in terms of development.
  • The currency is Oman Rial.

PortugalPortugal

-Algarve

  • Portugal is named after it’s second largest city, Porto.
  • Portugal received international attention after becoming the first country to fully decriminalize the usage of all drugs in 2001.
  • The currency in Portugal is the Euro.

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Seychelles

  • The Seychelles is a 155 island country in the Indian Ocean.
  • It is a member of the African Union.
  • The currency for the islands is the Seychellois rupee.

South AfricaCape town

-Cape Town

  • South Africa is the 25th largest country in the world.
  • It is a multiethnic society with a large variation of cultures, languages and religions.
  • The currency is the South African rand.

SpainBarcelona

-Barcelona

-Costa Almeria

-Costa Blanca

-Costa Brava

-Costa de la Luz

-Costa del Sol

-Costa Dorada

-Costa Tropical

  • Spain is one of three countries to have both Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines.
  • It is the fifth largest country in Europe.
  • There are over 500 million Spanish speakers, making it the world’s second most spoken first language.

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Sri Lanka

  • Sri Lanka has a rich Buddhist heritage.
  • Recent history has been marred with a 30 year civil war which ended controversially in 2009 with a military victory.
  • The currency for the area is the Sri Lankan rupee.

ThailandPhuket

-Phuket

  • Around 95% of Thailand’s population practise Buddhism.
  • The country is governed by a military junta that took power in May 2014.
  • The currency is Baht.

TunisiaTunisia

-Hammamet

-Mahdia

-Port el Kantaoui

-Skanes

-Sousse

  • As of 2013, the population of Tunisia was just over 10 million.
  • The name is derived from the country’s capital city, Tunis.
  • The currency is the Tunisian Dinar.

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Turkey

-Antalya

-Bodrum

-Dalaman

  • Turkey is bordered by eight countries including Greece and Armenia.
  • The vast majority of the population are Muslim.
  • The currency for the area is Turkish Lira.

United Arab Emirates

-Abu Dhabi

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  •  UAE is a federation of seven emirates.
  • The capital is Abu Dhabi.
  • The most populous city of Dubai has emerged as a global city and business gateway.

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