What destinations should appear on your family travel bucket list?

If you thought your days of holidaying in style were over since becoming a parent – think again! With so many companies now offering a wide range of toddler holidays and child-friendly resorts you can enjoy top-notch adventures across the globe, so why not create a family travel bucket list and make memories to last a lifetime? There are many places to visit out there, but here are five destinations that are a must-see in 2015 and beyond.

  • The UK


Believe it or not, there are a wealth of fun and exciting things to do right on your doorstep. You really don’t have to travel far to enjoy a fulfilling trip away, so check out things to do in the UK and make the most of the island’s fabulous attractions including castles, museums, aquariums, beautiful parks, historic ruins and much, much more.

  • Spain


Fancy venturing a little further afield? Then Spain is a great choice for families offering everything from stunning coastlines – where the little ones can build sandcastles and play – to exquisite scenery. While sun lovers can flock to the Costa del Sol, budding explorers can head to some of the country’s most fascinating cities including Barcelona which is home to the awe inspiring Sagrada Familia.

  • Cyprus


The great thing about Cyprus is that you can essentially have two holidays in one by crossing from the Turkish north to the Greek south during your stay, passing through the famous divided city of Nicosia. Not only is a trip here like one big history lesson but with diverse weather and terrain – it can be snowing in the Troodos Mountains while sunny on the beach – you’ll have plenty to explore.

  • Morocco


With sensational hotels such as the Four Seasons Marrakech offering family-friendly accommodation at a great price, there’s every reason to visit the charming country of Morocco. The souks and medina of this North African gem draw visitors back time and time again, so why not see what all the fuss is about for yourself?

  • Dubai


If you’ve got kids, you might think that visiting the Middle East is completely out of the question – but it’s not. In fact, with a bit of careful planning you can do everything from sand dune surfing to camel riding and you’ll certainly find plenty of outdoor and indoor entertainment in Dubai. Remember to pack your camera for this holiday, however, as you certainly won’t want to miss snaps of the Burj Khalifa.

Travelling is one of the best forms of education, so it’s well worth teaching your kids about the world from a young age and becoming intrepid explorers.

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