With Christmas being just around the corner, and that annoying relative you hate to see each year threatening to sit around your dining room table, what better way to enjoy the festivities than to go on a Christmas break?
There are some excellent destinations to choose from at this time of year so it’s important to be well informed when it comes to choosing that top destination.
If you’re looking for a place that can offer entertainment and great food twenty four hours a day then look no further than Las Vegas. Las Vegas is famous for being the biggest little city in the world. There are miles and miles of hotels offering entertainment at excellent prices with regular performances from the likes of Cher, Tom Jones, Celine Dion and even Carlos Santana.
If you’re on a diet then Las Vegas is not the place for you as the place offers some of the best all you can eat buffets in the world, all at reasonable prices. All you’ll need to decide on is which type of food you prefer, as there’s a vast array to choose from ranging from Mexican to Thai, Chinese to Lebanese, and of course the all American burger, the choice is yours.
Obviously no one can visit Las Vegas and just enjoy the food. Las Vegas has some of the top casino destinations running through its Nevada desert so if winning money is on you’re agenda then you’ll be visiting the best place on Earth.
However, if you’re looking to stay closer to home, then what better Christmas destination than Spain or specifically La Manga. La Manga offers one of the best Christmas time destinations as it not only has the all year round climate but to top it off it has some of the best golf courses in Europe. In fact if golf is one of your hobbies then you’ll be pleased to know that La Manga has been repeatedly voted as European Golf Resort of the Year. With La Manga being only two hours away from the UK, it’s a quick destination for those who are looking for a nice relaxing Christmas break without having to spend a lot of hours travelling.
Now, for those of you who want to go to Spain and enjoy the culture, food and fantastic scenery, but want to enjoy something other than golf, then Ibiza may be the place for you. Just a short boat ride from mainland Spain and you’ll be in mini paradise. Ibiza has been given the rather unfair stereotypical image of being a party island and whilst this may be true during the summer months, this couldn’t be further from the truth during the winter season.
During the winter season, Ibiza can be an excellent destination for exploring, as many of the beaten tracks are signposted for those of you seeking to enjoy a nature trail either by foot or by car and stopping to explore the beautiful and almost deserted beaches. Restaurants cater for all palates and Ibiza is child friendly if you wish to take the whole family away for Christmas and there are regular flights from most UK airports.