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Our 5 best family holiday destinations

Whilst we aren't planning on any family holidays abroad this year I thought it would be fun to share our best family holiday destinations. They are all places we would definitely re-visit at some point and wholeheartedly recommend. 

Efteling Holidays -
This was one of our most magical family trips away and we would love to revisit sometime in the future. We visited winter Efteling around Christmas a couple of years ago which was incredible. I have to say we aren't usually fans of 'theme park' type holidays (having visited Disneyland Paris and not really enjoyed it at all) but Efteling we couldn't recommend enough. Efteling is a fantasy-themed amusement park in Kaatsheuvel in the Netherlands. The attractions are based on fairy tales from the Netherlands. It also feels really outdoorsy as you can stay at the lake and there is lots of woodland and greenery. You can see our blog post about it here.

Efteling is a fantasy-themed amusement park

Iberostar Anthelia -
For an all-inclusive stress-free family holiday in a beautiful location and great food I honestly don't think you could want anything more than Iberostar Anthelia Costa Adeje Tenerife. This is one of those trips that although we were only there for three full days we can't stop reminiscing about. We went for the all-inclusive package which a few people asked me about when booking for themselves and I would really recommend if you can as it made a relaxing break even more so (those all-inclusive cocktails went down very well!). We are hoping to return next year fingers crossed. You can read about our stay here.

Iberostar Anthelia

Tresco Isles of Scilly -

For the UK I don't think you could get anywhere more outstanding that the Isle of Scilly. We were blown away that was even still in the UK as it felt like a tropical island. The travel there was pretty full-on (we went there via the plane then back via the ferry as the 6 seater plane was not for the faint of heart - or those who have a fear of flying!). We visited Tresco and stayed in a self-catering cottage there and then moved to Hell Bay and stayed in a hotel for a couple of nights. Find out what we thought of each accommodation here. 

Tresco Isles of Scilly

Aloha Village Parc in Serigan Plage

I'm a huge fan of Eurocamp so when we saw this one run in an Aloha camp in the south of France looked perfect. Especially with its Tiki-themed mobile homes. I think they are so perfectly set up for families and their facilities are always really reliable, clean and friendly. We visited this one when Mabli was just a few months old it was such an easy holiday we would happily return.

Aloha Village Parc in Serigan Plage

Paris

The first family trip we ever took out of the country was to Paris. I think some people might not think that there were many activities in Paris for families, especially those with toddlers but we found the total opposite. It felt like every other street we would stumble upon a park or great children's shop or friendly cafe. We loved it so much and even better that you can just hop on the Eurostar to get there. You can read our posts on Paris here.

activities in Paris for families

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