When it comes to beach holidays and plentiful sunshine, Cyprus just keeps on giving.
Agia Napa, Protaras and Larnaca are the top three beach resorts and offer splendid beaches, unrivalled sunshine, and lively night life.
Looking for something other than the traditional three Ss of sun, sand and sea?
Cyprus won't let you down.
This island is bursting with culture; Roman ruins, local churches featuring priceless Byzantine art, prehistoric settlements and archaeological museums.
Venture inland for walking and cycling routes, ranging from easy 3 Kilometre hikes to 55 Kilometre cycle tracks. Look out for the Vouni Panagias - Abelitis ( a wine route in the Paphos District), combining the best in scenery with delicious regional wines.
Find out more at the Cyprus Tourism Organisation website.
On the Balkan Peninsula in South East Europe.
Black Sea Resorts
Sunny Beach (the largest), with a variety of restaurants, shops and other attraction
Albena, and many more, a large number of which are open all year round.
But Bulgaria has more to offer than spectacular beaches.
Pamporovo, Borovets, and Bansko have stunning scenery, and fabulous ski runs.
Spa Resorts include Velingrad, the Spa capital of the Balkan Peninsula.
If you're looking for culture, then look no further.
Bulgaria has Thracian Tombs, Necropolis's and even entire city complexes, such as Augusta Trayana.
Mountain villages in the Balkan and Rhodope Mountains, (all famous for their natural settings and welcoming residents), also offer accommodation.
Visit one of the Strandzha villages of Balgari, Kosti, Brashlyan or Mladezhko in early June and, you may get to witness the famous traditional ritual of fire dancing (Dancing on hot coals).
The Official Tourism Portal Of Bulgaria gives more information and a video featuring some of Bulgaria's highlights.
The Greek Island of Santorini, set around a giant lagoon, offers everything from stunning views to Archaeological wonders. Most of the beaches are of black volcanic sand, and there is eclectic cuisine and fine wines in abundance.
The capital is Fira, where, besides beautiful beaches you will find an archaeological museum full of Minoan artefacts, and several churches and monasteries highlighting the religious and historical makeup of the island.
In Kamari the open air cinema is well worth a visit, as is the site of Ancient Thira.
Ola offers legendary sunsets as well as typical villager's cave houses.
More information on Trip Advisor.
An up and coming destination, Croatia is sometimes known as the Land of a Thousand Islands. With its diverse and fascinating landscapes, you will be immersed in history, culture, and of-course holiday fun. Bustling resorts like Dubrovnik offer the very best in exciting cuisine, beautiful beaches, and vibrant night life, whilst inland brings you stunning scenery, national parks and a history buff's dream.
The Croatian National Tourist Board gives more information.
A small country with a big heart, boasting snow-capped mountains, delightful beaches, and everything in between. Shopping is superb, the scenery exquisite, and the cities unbelievable. Salzburg is a must see.
In Austria you can ski, hike, discover history, or just chill out to your heart's content.
More information is available on the Austrian Tourist Office website.
So, what are you waiting for? Get your travel insurance quote, pack your bag and off you go.