Summer Holidays 2023: Villa Holiday Guide / Where to Go

Summer Holidays 2023: Villa Holiday Guide / Where to Go

It’s time to start planning (and booking) your next family getaway for summer 2023 to spend quality time with loved ones. Take a look at our premium villa properties in some of the world’s most beautiful sun-drenched locations for instant inspiration. From the pristine beaches of the Greek islands, to the favourite Spanish coast of the Costa del Sol – here’s our round-up of best destinations for the summer 2023 holidays.


This stunning Greek island is famous for its rich history, azure waters and beautiful golden beaches that are perfect for sunbathing, snorkelling and relaxing. Away from the bustling coasts further inland, the scenery is just as jaw-dropping, with traditional mountain villages inhabited by local people, lush olive groves and ancient religious buildings from the Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Venetian eras. Take a step back in time to Greece’s ancient myths and legends as you tour sites such as the beautiful Achilleion Palace, Angelokastro castle, and the Paleokastritsa monastery. Corfu provides visitors with a carefree and more laid-back pace of life, and is the ideal destination for chilled 2023 holidays, however you like to spend your time. Couples will enjoy a leisurely stroll around the capital of Corfu Town – a maze of Byzantine churches, narrow avenues, restaurants and boutiques. Families with kids will love the many activities on the island including horse riding, cycling, water sports, boat hire, day trips and water parks. Why not browse our collection of stunning Corfu villas?     

Costa del Sol

It’s easy to see why thousands of Brits flock to this sunny southern coast of Spain every year. With 300 days of sunshine per annum and some of the best blue flag beaches around, the Costa del Sol is a must-visit if you want a relaxing holiday with easy access to the coast, nightlife and restaurants selling delicious local food. Further inland, there’s a quieter pace with whitewashed mountain villages, cobbled stone pathways, tranquil village squares, historic churches and charming plazas. The capital is Malaga, where you’ll find the five holiday resorts of Fuengirola, Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Estepona and Marbella – which is famous for its luxury restaurants, fashionable boutiques, high-end nightclubs and hotels and world-famous golf courses. Families who love the great outdoors will enjoy the numerous activities available around Malaga, including walking and hiking, water sports, ATV driving, horse riding and cycling. When you’re exhausted after a day of exploring, your home from home at Villa Tamisa will be waiting for you.  


Situated off the coast of Morocco, the island of Madeira is a sub-tropical haven that displays nature’s beauty in all its glory. If you’re wondering where to spend your holidays abroad in 2023, Madeira is an ideal destination for families, couples and solo travellers alike. Every day, you’ll be greeted by blue seas, azure skies and lush green vegetation. If you love the great outdoors and being in nature, this is the place for you. With temperatures rarely falling below 20°C, the island is the perfect year-round destination, where you can get outdoors and enjoy the many vineyards, beaches, walking trails and boat rides on offer. Visit the vibrant city of Funchal, with its tribute museum to Cristiano Ronaldo, world-class restaurants, dolphin-spotting boat trips and stunning botanical gardens that are accessed via a cable car for amazing views of the mountainous landscape. Visitors can also walk along the network of irrigation channels (levadas), on the island, and trails that lead up into the clouds for incredible views at sunrise or sunset. Our new properties like Villa Fig Tree and Villa Calhetascape boast stunning vistas of the surrounding landscape and sea, so you can unwind in style.    

Planning your next getaway for 2023? Let us inspire you with our range of destinations for summer 2023 holidays.

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