Rolling hills, vineyards, chateaux, beautiful markets and fabulous French food. Bergerac is just 1 hour and 40 minutes flying time from Southampton Airport, so it’s easy to get to, and the climate is much warmer than the UK.
For a group holiday, skiing is an excellent choice. Mixed ages and abilities, and even non skiers, can rub along well together, meeting up for lunch on the mountain or dinner in the chalet.
The most northerly of Scotland’s major cities, Aberdeen is a great place to visit at any time of the year.
Located in the New Forest National Park, only a short drive from Southampton Airport, lies Beaulieu, home of the the world famous National Motor Museum, Palace House - home of the Montagu family and historic Beaulieu Abbey.
Marketing and Projects admin assistant, Maggie Blight, must have one of the most unusual commutes to work of anyone; taking in a narrow guage train along a pier, a ferry, a bus, another train, then arriving at an airport and going through security, before finally arriving at her desk.
When you think of winter you immediately think of cold and frosty mornings, log fires and snowy scenes… unless you work in an airport that is!
Ah Christmas! A time for being with loved ones and exchanging gifts, that is if the security team at Southampton Airport haven’t confiscated them of course…
There is a vast array of things to do in Edinburgh including a fantastic selection of shops from high street favourites to hidden away boutiques and vintage gems.
Just a few minutes from Southampton Airport is Marwell Wildlife, which houses an impressive variety of large and small animals in modern enclosures. It’s popular with small children and adults alike, with enough going on to keep the whole family interested for hours.
Here at Southampton we love our historic past. Being the home of the Spitfire it’s pretty hard not to appreciate the sounds of a Merlin engine gracing the skies above the site of the old Supermarine works.