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Burns Night – All you Need to Know

By | January 18th, 2017|News & Features|

On the 25th January 1759, Robert, was born to a poor tenant farmer in Kincardineshire in north east Scotland. He went on to become the national poet of Scotland best known for songs and poems such as Auld Lang Syne, To a Mouse and A Red, Red Rose.

The Festival of San Anton in Mijas, Spain

By | January 12th, 2017|News & Features|

The feast day of Saint Antony (San Anton in Spanish), is a popular festival in the Spanish white village of Mijas. Held on the 17th January it is beloved by animal lovers and local women looking for love. The feast day of Saint Anthony, was the Middle Age equivalent of internet dating.

When the 3 Kings Come Bearing Gifts

By | January 3rd, 2017|News & Features|

January 5th will witness spectacular parades, known as Cabalgatas de los Reyes Magos, in every city, town and village in Spain as sweets and presents are distributed to all as part of the celebrations of Dia de los Reyes. Santa Claus´ work is over, now it is the turn of the Kings.

Festive Cheer in Malaga

By | December 16th, 2016|News & Features|

The Christmas season is upon us and with it comes the wonderful family atmosphere that the Costa del Sol does so well. From street parties to beach bars and everything in between, Malaga city and province offer limitless opportunities for fun and festive cheer.

A Scottish Christmas

By | December 15th, 2016|News & Features|

With snow carpeting the Highland mountains, grouse breaking cover and majestic deer silhouetted against the horizon, Scotland is a picture perfect Christmas card. Strange then, that when it comes to Christmas traditions, Scotland is a little lacking.

7 Reasons to Winter in Cornwall

By | December 10th, 2016|News & Features|

The West Country comes into its own in winter with its mild climate and wonderful scenery. Here are 7 very good reasons to visit Cornwall in the winter months. Cornwall boasts 300 miles of coastline encapsulating both dramatic cliffs and sandy beaches.

Silent Night – a truly Austrian Christmas

By | December 5th, 2016|News & Features|

Austria embodies everything that Christmas should be – crisp white snow, bright and bustling markets filled with the aroma of gingerbread and mulled wine spices, and an air of merriment. Salzburg’s Christmas market is one of the most famous in Europe.

3 Thrilling activities to enjoy in Tenerife

By | November 22nd, 2016|News & Features|

With its warm tropical climate, the Island of Eternal Spring is the ideal location for taking to the water – and sometimes above it – whatever the time of year. So if you’re staying at one of CLC World’s six Tenerife resorts why not give one of these thrilling water activities a go!

5 Reasons to Visit Scotland in Winter

By | November 18th, 2016|News & Features|

As the nights draw in, we put on our winter woollies and brace ourselves for snow but the romantic feeling that winter also brings, warms us up. Crisp, star-filled nights curled up in front of a log fire with a loved one is a romantic ideal that you can easily achieve with a Scottish holiday.

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