How one overnight stay in the Auvergne (central France) sixteen years ago led to our family falling in love with a campsite, a river… and the dormant volcanoes that tower over them both.
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Kingfishers in the oasis: camping by the Río Duero
It may not be well-known or fashionable, but Tordesillas is a perfect stopover for families travelling between Portugal and France.
Hidden waterfalls and abandoned mills
The Cascadas de Oneta in Asturias, Spain are an amazing sight… but you need to be able to find them first.
An alternative Spanish beach holiday
Exploring the area around Luarca, Costa Verde. On foot. With four small kids and a dog.
Paw prints and irreverent graffiti – Magical afternoons in Santarém
A chance discovery leads the kids to a magical place, giving me the opportunity to explore a wonderfully authentic Portuguese city.