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Did you know that the largest bunch of bananas ever recorded – containing 473 individual bananas – came from the small island of El Hierro in the Canary Islands? It was grown on a co-operative finca on the island and weighed 130 kg (287 lb) when it was harvested on 11 July 2001. Read the full post
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This year, we are very proud to say that we have been nominated in five categories of the British Travel Awards. 
 
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self-guided walking holidays in the Canary IslandsIf you’re planning a walking holiday in Spain – or the Canary Islands, in particular – there may be one or two terms relating to the geography and topography that you are unfamiliar with. Here, I’ve selected a few you will come across, and given a brief description and examples of places where you will encounter them... Read the full post
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Self-guided castle holidays in the UKYes, it’s National Parks Week from 29 July to 4 August, when the National Parks Authorities are encouraging you to get out into the countryside and make these beautiful areas ‘Actively Yours’, something we whole-heartedly endorse and support. Read the full post
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There can be few views of the Swiss Alps more familiar – or spectacular – than that of the towering peak of the iconic Matterhorn, emerging from a billowing skirt of white cloud to pierce a bright blue sky. You cannot fail to be inspired by such majesty, as was artist David Grech, who has just returned from this alluring corner of Switzerland...
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