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Luxury holidays have changed, or at least the perception of what is luxurious has. A decade or so ago the idea of a luxury holiday might have centred on the quality of the hotel and the service on offer. While that’s still important, the fast developing market for five star luxury holidays means that there are now many more ways to travel in style.
Comparable in size to the UK, but with a population of only four million, New Zealand is one of the world's least crowded countries.
With 365 beaches to choose from, you'll need expert advice to seek out Antigua's best spots on your luxury holiday.
Sardinia's north-eastern coast is impossibly glamorous and home to seriously luxurious hotels, whilst the rest of the Island is relatively untouched.
Dubrovnik, Dalmatia and the foodie haven of Istria make Croatia one alluring destination.
Brigitte Bardot first popularised the bikini on the beaches of the Cote d'Azur, and close by but a world away, Van Gogh and Cézanne drew inspiration from the landscapes of Provence inland.
Rio de Janeiro has perhaps the most stunning physical setting of any city in the world, with the legendary beachfront neighbourhoods of Copacabana and Ipanema the city’s most famous districts.
With an almost guaranteed 300 days of sunshine a year, Abu Dhabi is the ideal winter break destination.
Barbados. The name alone summons up images of palm-fringed beaches, cricket, polo and rum punches. Not a bad little combo.
Rising dramatically from the waters of the Mediterranean are Capri and Ischia. Both can be reached by hydrofoil from Naples in under an hour and have excellent hotels at which to indulge in la dolce vita.