While some holidaymakers will be happy to find a beach to call their home for the duration of their trip, others will be more inclined to inject their break with as much adventure and fun as possible, which is what activity holidays are available for.
Activity holidays give you the chance to enjoy the best of both worlds on your holiday abroad – whether you want to relax or be pumped full of adrenaline, there’s a myriad of possibilities available to you. Here’s five of the best:
Skiing in Andorra
Andorra is an ideal ski resort, no matter what your abilities. Whether you’re a complete beginner and need some lessons or you’re travelling with family and want to head for Arinsal where the ski schools are incredible, Andorra’s resorts have something for everyone.
Let’s not forget the activities away from the piste either – from sleigh rides to snowmobiles, there’s plenty of action to be had even when you have put the skis and board to bed for the night.
Watersports in Halkidiki
Watersports are an excellent way of getting out there and really enjoying the ocean and Greece and Turkey are full of amazing resorts that will be able to accommodate your wishes. Whether it’s snorkelling and diving or hopping aboard a jetski, you could have hours of fun out on the open waves.
Halkidiki is particularly good for windsurfing due to the excellent wind conditions – and beginners are welcome too!
Cycling around Lake Bohinj
The Lake Bohinj cycling week is a superb way of getting out on the saddle, whilst admiring the incredible views that are associated with the majestic lakes and mountains of Europe.
Lake Bohinj, located in the Triglav National Park of Slovenia, is as unspoilt as you can get and if you’re a bike lover, there’s nowhere better to stretch your legs.
Whatever your activity holiday of choice, make the most of the time you have away from daily responsibilities for your next break.