When you head to New Zealand’s capital Wellington, you’re just a short distance from a wealth of exciting things to do, from wildlife reserves and wetlands to vineyards, gorgeous seaside towns and pristine beaches.
What appeals to most visitors to northern Spain are the sleepy fishing villages, the architecture of the historic inland towns and the scenery that surrounds them.
The food and wine country of North Island’s Hawke’s Bay features grand open spaces that play host to incredible scenes as the sun rises and sets over the landscape.
The sunny South Island town of Blenheim is an ideal base for those who want to explore the local wine and food culture of the the Marlborough region.
Famed for its vineyards and wineries, cuisine, upscale restaurants, luxury hotels and historical architecture, Californian Wine Country is the premier wine growing region located in the northern Bay Area of California.
Consisting of the four coastal provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador and Prince Edward Island, Atlantic Canada makes for a fabulous summertime getaway.
Auckland is a brilliant city to take in as part of any North Island itinerary comprising the gorgeous Bay of Islands.
Between Perth and Margaret River, there’s plenty to do both on the coast and further inland. It’s a region largely recognised for its organic farm produce, vineyards and craft breweries.
With a coastline that stretches around 4,000km from Melbourne, Victoria in the south to Cairns, Queensland in the North, Australia’s East Coast has it all.