National Geographic Traveller - Family, Summer 2015

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travel guide

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National Geographic Traveller

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travel guide, packed with great ideas for the summer holidays and beyond. Close to home we've brought together the best of Devon, Jersey and Hampshire, while over on the continent we show you how to get the most out of Portugal's Alentejo Coast and hilly Puglia.

Elsewhere in the magazine, we've got a special feature on the best breaks for teens and a raft of holidays to book now for the winter break, from tropical Langkawi and sunny Israel to a winter adventure in Lapland. Get your copy today!

Inside this issue


Family travel: Puglia

Puglia — the heel in Italy's boot — is a…

United Kingdom

Family travel: Devon in style

Steam trains, sandy beaches and... snakes? The charming South West…


Family travel: Caribbean cruise

Push the boat out on an Eastern Caribbean cruise and…


Family travel: Top 13 teen trips

From diving the waters off Borneo to road-tripping across Canada,…

United Kingdom

Family travel: Jersey

With fantastic beaches and food to match, a trip to…

United Kingdom

Family travel: On the buses

Riding The Original Tour hop-on, hop-off red bus is a…


Family travel: Lisbon

The Portuguese capital is one of Europe's most atmospheric cities,…


Family travel: Portugal's Alentejo Coast

Abseiling, surfing and biking: adrenalin-loving families will relish burning serious…


Family travel: Southern Israel

Head to Eilat and the surrounding area to sample seven…


The butler did it: James Lohan

The Mr & Mrs Smith co-founder loves a luxury trip…

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