Holidays are a great way to let go of the stresses of everyday life and enjoy time together as a family. Activity holidays are a great way to help you to bond in a way that the daily rigmarole doesn’t allow. Not only that, but they’re great fun and good for you too! There are a number of types and locations, depending on your personal preferences.
Love tennis or want to learn? A tennis holiday is the perfect place for you to unwind. With fun tennis courses starting for everyone from the age of 3, you can choose from beautiful beach resort locations including Turkey, Greece, Corsica and Sardinia. From lessons suitable for all levels to intensive courses, you can choose the right package to suit you. Some of the additional lessons sound fun too. Tipsy tennis sounds particularly appealing!
The memories from activity holidays last a lifetime. My husband often reminisces about a skiing holiday he went on with his family as a teenager. How far you go is your decision. You could travel to beautiful Canada, or stay closer to home in Bulgaria or Switzerland. If you have a baby or toddler, many ski resorts offer creches, so you can still enjoy the slopes!
“Watersports” covers a plethora of activities, including kayaking, windsurfing, sailing and scuba diving. Again, childcare is often covered if you purchase a package. I love kayaking and sailing, so these kinds of holidays would be right up my street. Where better to be in Mediterranean countries than making the most of the climate, having fun in the water?
You may not realise it, but you can even do watersports much more locally in Wales! Of course, the weather isn’t guaranteed there though.
If you like the sound of a ramble or a hike, a walking holiday may be for you. There are so many options of where you could go – your feet are the only limit! You could wander around a coastal path in Spain, trek the mountains in North Wales or explore the Madagascan wilderness. I love the idea of being out in the open air, on foot and exploring somewhere new as a family. It really appeals to my sense of adventure! Of course, littlest members of the family can travel strapped to you in a papoose if they are very small or if their legs get tired.
Disclosure: This is a collaborative post.