Planning A Family Trip? Here Are Our Recommendations

Collaborative Post¦ If you’re planning to take your family on holiday in 2022, then take a look at the following post. We’ve listed some of our top recommendations for family-friendly breaks away, whether you want to stay in the UK or go abroad. Keep reading if you want to find out more.

What To Look For From Family Holidays

Before we list some recommendations for places to visit, we should go over what you need to be looking for in a family-friendly holiday. One of the most important things to make sure of is that your accommodation is family friendly. If you’re going abroad then ideally, you’ll probably want to go all-inclusive so that you don’t have to worry about organising three meals a day for your little ones whilst you’re on holiday. It will depend on the ages of your children, but things to look for include a children’s playgroup, swimming pool, activity clubs, and entertainment. Although you may want to be sunning next to the pool all day, your children will need something more to keep them entertained. Having professional playgroups as an option will also give you the chance to relax and unwind whilst knowing that your children are safely supervised.

Family Holidays In Spain

Spain has a number of locations that are perfect for holidays with your family. Majorca offers a number of family-friendly towns and neighborhoods, with many of the locals being English-speaking, so no need to worry about a big language barrier. You can often find entertainment on offer both during the day and in the evenings. Costa Brava boasts beautiful sandy beaches, perfect for families to enjoy. There are a number of different beaches to choose from, and they are all kept clean and in good condition. The waters are generally safe for children to enjoy with their parents, as the waves tend to stay calm and subdued. There are also plenty of things to see and do in Barcelona, so you won’t have to run out of day trips to entertain your children.

The Canary Islands

Tenerife is another great option for families, with great days out such as Siam Park, which the whole family can enjoy. What’s more, the weather in the Canary Islands is beautiful, so there will be plenty of sunbathing opportunities for you to enjoy too. Lanzarote has some stunning national parks to enjoy, where you can even ride camels.

Walt Disney World Florida

When you think of family holidays, of course, the iconic Walt Disney World in Florida will spring to mind. There’s no other place quite as mesmerising and magical for children of all ages, even adults love to visit. From the accommodation to the attractions, to the entertainment and shows on offer, Disney World will be the holiday of a lifetime and provide some incredibly precious memories for you and your children. If you’re considering visiting Disney World Florida in 2022 or 2023, then you can grab a quote through the following link:

Disney Land Paris

Disney Land Paris is also a great option for those with Disney mad children. Although not as big as the Florida-based location, it is just as magical and awe-inspiring for your little ones. It also has the benefit of being more cost-effective, saving you money on flights as it’s only a hop over the channel from the UK. It features the same iconic castle and many of the same rides and entertainment that can be found in Florida, so you don’t need to worry about missing out on too much. You could even combine your visit to Disney Land with a visit to the centre of the capital to see iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre.

Family Breaks In The UK

If you would prefer to stick closer to home, then a staycation in the UK is a great option. Holidaying in the UK comes with a host of benefits. For example, you don’t have to worry about paying for or arranging flights, as you can choose to drive or catch a train. You don’t need to consider learning the local lingo either. You can still enjoy lovely weather and temperatures during the summer months in the UK, despite our reputation as a rain-soaked island. Some of the most popular places for staycations in the UK include Cornwall and Devon, Wales, and the Lake District. Cornwall, Devon, and Wales are all great places to find wide, open beaches and sandy coves for paddling and water activities. The Lake District can also offer water-based activities for older children to enjoy, such as paddle boarding and canoeing. Family resorts are another great option to consider, as there is plenty of daily entertainment on offer for adults and children, from talented dance acts to outdoor adventure activities.

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