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February 14 is Valentine's Day and the festival of love is the ideal excuse to find 14 reasons to love the Norfolk coast. From west to east:

After kayaking some of Norfolk's tiny Dilham canal we were ready for our next canal adventure - abroad, by bike and including chancing upon two Norfolk exiles running a fabulous B&B deep in the French countryside.

With more and more people opting to forgo the flight and holiday instead at locations closer to home, reporter DONNA-LOUISE BISHOP decided to do the same and packed the kids up for a family weekend away in the Lake District. Here's what she thought of Silverdale Holiday Park...

Imagine a holiday where you can actually do some good at the same time. It might seem a bit cold to think about glamping right now - or is it? James Clark reports.

From the dry bushland of the outback to surfers catching waves and barbecues on beaches, the images of Australia that spring to mind can be familiar to the point of cliché.

It's been called one of the world's most spectacular coastal journeys, but does a cruise along Norway's thousands of fjords and islands live up to the hype? Stuart Anderson boarded a Hurtigruten ship to find out.

When you think of Wales, Cardiff and Mount Snowdon may come to mind. But what does the vast stretch of land and sea in between have to offer? STUART ANDERSON headed to Mid Wales to find out.

We've never been on a cruise before - but when my wife Judy and I were offered the chance to spend seven days with Ipswich-based Fred. Olsen on its Boudicca ship sailing from Dover to Tenerife we simply couldn't resist.

What better way to celebrate Oktoberfest than with the Friday pub quiz?

It's not easy to shake off inverted snobbery.

Liz Nice wanted a holiday with her children which went well - for a change! The Isle of Wight, as ever, did its work...

I'm well aware this is a confession that some people will find strange - but not surprising if they've ever met me or read my articles. I like travelling by train.

If you've booked a holiday you may want to start thinking about whether you need vaccinations prior to travelling, and if so, which ones.

What was your best holiday yet? Our readers and staff have been sharing their memories of getting away from it all.

A melting pot of history, religion and cultures, tell anyone you're visiting Istanbul and you'll most likely be met with collective 'ooos' and 'ahhs' of those who have always wanted to go and haven't made it yet or previous visitors who long to return.

During the Middle Ages in Rouen, 60 pigs were put on trial for engaging in sexual relations with humans.

You don't need to leave the country to enjoy a motorhome holiday as Nick Richards found out driving a swanky Swift model around Suffolk and Essex

Are you in need of a holiday and some sunshine? Well here is your chance to win return flights from Norwich Airport to the Spanish mainland.

A rise in domestic tourism is reviving campsites as Brexit boosts staycations and glamping, or glam camping. A Norfolk businesswoman is adding four new glamping sites to her portfolio this spring to meet demand.

Serbia is a destination that tends to escape the attention of many holiday-goers, yet is a country that can offer so much to all types of travellers…

It's almost 50 years since Concorde's first flight from the UK, on April 9, 1969. John Alborough, who is a veterinary publisher and lives near Eye in Suffolk, took a special flight on the iconic aircraft towards the end of its life.

The world isn't always safe, especially not for women, but that doesn't mean we should fear exploring it, says Emily Cotton - plus the 11 destinations voted best for female solo travel

Fifty years ago today, on March 2 1969, Concorde made its maiden flight in Toulouse, France. Nick Richards and Judy Rimmer salute the fantastic white plane.

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