ABTA has revealed that the Mediterranean is attracting millions of British holidaymakers. With poor weather conditions in the UK and many people wanting to avoid the London Olympics, European destinations are highly favourable this year.
Read more: Wet weather sends British travellers abroad
Yoga is a popular pastime for many people and there are numerous holidays that enthusiasts can enjoy throughout the world. Three top destinations are Bulgaria, India and Patagonia, allowing holidaymakers to see stunning scenery whilst indulging in meditation and yoga away from home.
Mauritius is one of the most exotic holiday locations in the world, and it is particularly attractive to couples and honeymooners. For the ultimate relaxation, taking in the Mauritian scenery and enjoying spa treatments is the ideal way to unwind.
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Italy is a country known for its beautiful cuisine, fine wines and iconic clothes brands. For those wanting an alternative holiday to the traditional beachside retreat, heading to the lakes will offer a stunning break during which visitors can fully immerse themselves in Italian culture.
Read more: Enjoy a lakeside retreat in Italy
Many holidaymakers are looking for the perfect place to relax and unwind from the hassles of everyday life. For those who want a remote and basic setting, Colombia's Playa Los Angeles is ideal, offering miles of pristine beach and few tourists to get in the way.
Many British holidaymakers travel to Barcelona because the city offers both an urban metropolis to explore and the beach on its doorstep. For those not wanting to miss out on the city's best spots, the beaches of Barceloneta, Nova Icaria and Mar Bella are all must-sees.
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The Caribbean is becoming one of the most popular holiday destinations for British travellers. For those wanting a relaxing and idyllic sailing holiday in a paradise location, the islands of St Maarten, the Bahamas and the British Virgin Islands are ideal.
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Canada is a stunning nation to visit at any time of the year, and the country is well known for its many outdoor activities; however, if British travellers do not want to hike or climb through the Rocky Mountains, indulging in a train journey will offer an alternative and romantic retreat.
Morocco is a great destination to explore for those who want something different to the northern Mediterranean and European countries. Cross the sea and visitors to Marrakech will find a quirky and immersive culture that will offer plenty of vibrant photo opportunities and souvenir shopping spots.
British holidaymakers increasingly look to safaris as a great adventure holiday during which they can discover some of the planet's most famed creatures. For those who want guaranteed sightings of wild elephants, travelling to Sri Lanka this summer will offer the perfect holiday experience.