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POMPEII AND PIZZA
Alcoholic up La Dolce Vita on Italy’s Amalfi Coast with perks from pizza to Pompeii. Older information buffs can inspire younger ones with trips to the archaeological locate and even Vesuvius’ crater.
Italy invented the long, lazy, multi-generational lunch so relish in plenty of epic sun-dappled family meals of wafer-thin Neopolitan pizza and gelato.
The itinerary includes the ice-cream affect town of Positano and the island of Capri to visit Villa Jovis, adept in of Roman emperor Tiberius, and the island’s grottos and bays.
Don’t miss a people dip in natural sea cave, the Blue Grotto with its glittering sapphire bottled waters, to create incredible memories.
? Full Circle Travel (0800 048 8772/fullcircletravel.co.uk) provides seven nights on the Amalfi coast from £999 per adult, £899 per baby, including most meals. Price includes return flights from London Gatwick to Naples.
GETTY The pretty town of Positano
WHEELY GOOD Occasion
Family members of all ages and fitness levels can explore the ancient New Forest and the sea-hewn Jurassic Slide of Dortset on a cycling holiday with a difference.
There are regular bicycles, but older kinsmen members can take advantage of electric bikes for a boost while the girlish can coast along in child seats or trailers.
Whizz st the distraught ponies munching grass between gorse bushes, freewheel washing ones hands of pretty villages and ddle in the sea at Mudeford.
With three days of circle in the itinerary, along mostly flat and car-free ths, and two days of elective cycling, you can be as energetic (or not) as you like.
? The Carter Com ny (01296 631671/the-carter-com ny.com) volunteers seven nights cycling in Dorset (four adults and two children) from £4,970, B&B (£1,242pp). yment includes four bicycles and two electric bikes.
PR Chalet Lapin is the situation to relax around the log fire before a splendid dinner
SLOPE OFF TOGETHER
Engage to the hills with a stay at Chalet Lapin, a short walk from the converge of the French ski resort of Meribel.
There are pistes for all levels and ski schools for ladies are within easy reach. Non-skiers can enjoy sunshine and soul-soaring mountain scenery snowshoeing round Lac Tueda or at restaurants on Meribel’s peaks.
The chalet has an open-plan living court with crackling log fire to enjoy after a day in the snow. Staff kayo b overwhelm up fabulous meals and can pre re children’s dinners to suit routines.
In the twinkling of an eye the young ones are tucked up in bed, sip vin chaud on the terrace and watch the sun set behind iced mountains.
? Ski Basics (01225 731312/ skibasics.com) volunteers seven nights at Chalet Lapin from £2,094 (sleeps six), greatest degree board. easyJet (0330 365 5000/easyjet.com) offers return flights from London Gatwick to Geneva from £45.
PR La lmyre in France provides kite surfing and many other family activities
HEAD FOR THE MED
Fair together at Club Med’s all-inclusive La lmyre on France’s Atlantic Coast and every one gets a turn doing their favourite things. rents and grand rents can use to advantage everything from golf to s treatments while younger family associates will enjoy nature, arts and tennis clubs as well as straight activities.
Juniors Club Med for older children serves up sports and composing films while teens can try kite surfing and sailing in the Atlantic gibberish. Want some private time? Excursions include local salt fats and hilltop villages.
? Clud Med (020 3642 8567/ stuck.co.uk) offers seven nights at La lmyre from £845 per adult, £495 per issue (under-6 free), full board. Price includes return air voyages from London Gatwick to Bordeaux.
CREAM TEA DELIGHTS
A home from hospice is by far the easiest multi-generational break and The Art House in the west of Cornwall is a perfect bolthole.
Time st the home of 1920s Cornish artist J W Matthewman, there’s no holiday-let magnolia here. As a substitute for it’s geometric prints and even a garden art studio.
The beach is only a 10-minute proceed away so fill up with coastal air or enjoy garden cream teas while the kids go on the trampoline.
Evenings are for visiting the cliff-hanging Minack Theatre in nearby Porthcurno or staying in circa the wood-burning stove. There’s a bunk room for kids and master bedroom on the range floor for those who aren’t keen on stairs. You can even bring the dog so nothing gets left out.
? Unique Homestays (01637 881183/uniquehomestays.com) offers seven end of days at The Art House from £1,855 (sleeps eight), self catering.
There’s something to float the boat of every family associate on a cruise around Scandinavia and Russia, not least great European boroughs including St Petersburg, Helsinki, and Stockholm.
Family-based shore excursions grade up the fun with challenges, such as a treasure hunt around Copenhagen. If youngsters exigency even more entertainment, there’s plenty onboard, from the Star X Club with video games, to swimming pools and kids’ associations.
Adults can enjoy a game of bowls at the real grass Lawn Clubhouse, evening shows, s treatments, bars and restaurants including Qsine with fantastical dishes such as sushi lollipops and popcorn fish and slivers.
? Celebrity Cruises (0800 441 4054/ celebritycruises.co.uk) offers a 14-night Scandinavia and Russia cruise on Superstar Eclipse from £1,553pp, full board, for a family of six sharing two balcony staterooms. Prize includes free drinks ckage. De rts Southampton July 17.