Travel: The Ship Inn at Elie, Fife

Take one well-loved East Neuk pub in a stunning beachfront location, revamp it with a blast of seaside chic, install a top-notch chef and you have The Ship Inn at Elie.

La Manga

Travel: Spain’s La Manga, a magnet for sporting legends

On an intensive tennis course, Minty Clinch discovers why La Manga in Spain is such a magnet for sporting legends and the people who train them

Blair Atholl

Travel: 48 hours in Blair Atholl

ROBIN McKelvie spends a weekend in Blair Atholl

Baglio Maurasa sleeps up to 10 and costs 3,200-3,800 euros for 10 people

Travel: A taste of Sicily’s scents and serenity

Marsala in the west of Sicily has fine wine, a fascinating history and food to die for, writes Fiona Laing

Marc Crothall

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What impact will the European Union exit have on Scottish tourism

Those who weren’t on Thursday’s all-night political rollercoaster woke up to the cold, startling reality that the UK made an earth-shattering decision to leave the EU.

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Emirates pilots Thomas Ziarno and Abdulrahman Mohamed Al-Busaeedi

Take a tour of Emirates airline’s A380 flight deck

A MAJOR airline has released a 360-degree video of the Airbus A380 cockpit.

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Royal Mirage, Dubai

Travel: One&Only Royal Mirage, Dubai

Who knew that hammams came in different styles? I had assumed Istanbul-style was universal, but how wrong could I be… and it took a visit to a spa in Dubai to get the Marrakesh experience.

The Bridestones, near Leek in Staffordshire

Travel: The magical power of the Bridestones

As crowds gather at Stonehenge for the summer solstice on Monday, ancient pagan burial chambers in Staffordshire are unlikely to be disturbed. Author Eleanor Wasserberg says these little known places, which inspired her debut novel, are magical

Beech Hill Hotel and Spa in Windermere

Travel: A restorational break at the Lake District’s Beech Hill Hotel

A break to Beech Hill Hotel in the Lakes soon revives body and soul, writes Stephen Halliday

Horse carriage with tourists on Grote Markt square

Travel: All is revealed about a brush with Bruges

While working as a life model in the West Flanders capital, Kelley Swain explored the medieval city’s artistic heart and discovered its hidden charms

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Sponsored article: Why buying a holiday home was the best decision we made

With the staycation having long stopped being a trend and now firmly established as the holiday of choice for plenty of Scots, more and more are choosing to invest in a holiday home of their own – and reaping the rewards as the weather hots up.

Copthorne Hotel, Salford Quays

Travel: Copthorne Hotel Manchester, Salford Quays

I used to live in Manchester and back then sister city Salford was, shall we say, a little rough around the edges.

The group gets close to s polar bear. Picture: Lisa Young

Travel: On safari with a polar bear in the Arctic

A safari to see the Arctic’s most charismatic denizen at close quarters in safety and comfort needs a special kind of expertise, writes Lisa Young

The Wallace Monument near Stirling. Picture: Robert Perry.

Volunteers sought to greet tourists at Stirling’s Wallace Monument

A VOLUNTEER programme has been launched for people willing to welcome visitors to Scotland’s national Monument to Battle of Stirling Bridge hero Sir William Wallace.

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Ocho Rios

Travel: 48 hours in Ocho Rios, Jamaica

ROBIN Gauldie spends a weekend in Ocho Rios, Jamaica

A view of Brodick, Arran

Travel: Searching for sunsets in Arran

The beautiful west of Arran calls Gaby Soutar to chase a precious childhood memory

Ipanema beach in Rio de Janeiro

Travel: The heat is always on in Rio

Rio’s infrastructure may be creaking at the prospect of the Olympic Games, but its beaches are set to dazzle the world, writes Neil Geraghty

Check your insurance before taking the plunge to ensure a chilled time. Picture: Getty Images

Holidaymakers urged to check travel insurance small print

Holidaymakers are being urged to check the small print on their insurance before heading overseas this summer after the government issued a new warning on travelling in France.

Delta is to take on United's Glagow to Newark service by launching its own daily route to New York's John F Kennedy Airport between May and October. Picture: Getty Images

Delta to compete on Glasgow-New York route

Delta Air Lines announced today it will launch summer flights between Glasgow and New York next year in competition with United’s long-established year-round service.

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Queensberry Bay pods

Travel: Glamping at Queensberry Bay brings luxury to the outdoors

Camping isn’t for everyone. Even glamping has its detractors. But what if you could go to a campsite and have a small pod with every home comfort provided? It’s the kind of roughing it that I could get very used to, writes Kayt Turner

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