Cauria is a corner of savage, enduring beauty on an island French in name but robustly distinct in spirit.
Travel agency owner Serdar Ali Abet had an idea that a soap opera set in the Mediterranean province of Antalya might lure Arab tourists.
The suspiciously brownish-grey waters flowing through many European cities don't generally overpower one with the urge to leap in.
Archaeologists first dug up the items in 1967 from the ruins of what had been a crematorium and gas chamber at the former World War II death camp.
From high-end luxury hotels to budget-friendly hostels, Mallorca has something to suit anyone's tastes.
The more intimate, low-key gatherings often provide the most memorable experiences.
Aoife O'Riordain picks five of the best hotels the UK has to offer, especially when it's bank holiday weekend.
It's been an uncomfortable time for French tourism - and officials worry that further trouble could damage the country's image.
Looming out of the misty forest like some mythological creature, this tree appears to have grown arms, legs and even a rather small head.
This picturesque 19th-century graveyard often attracts visitors hoping for a glimpse of a ghostly monk, but instead they ...
Large crowds from all over the world queue up to witness the extremely rare hatching of these mysterious olms in a cave in Slovenia.
For here, killer cocktails - or, by day, simply coffee and cake - are as much a part of the lifestyle as the sandy beach in view from its terrace.
Europe has plenty to surprise even the most well-travelled.
A new standard class only service from London to Edinburgh is set to overturn a tradition of luxury rail travel that began in Victorian times.
While terrorism fears are driving customers away from other Mediterranean destinations, Spain and Portugal are reaping a bonanza.