Not sure where you want to go but like to be ahead of the curve? These under-the-radar spots are the places that everybody will be talking about in a couple of years. You heard it here first.
With its superlative seafood restaurants, beautiful beaches and windswept walking trails, the harbour town of Tenby has fast become a favourite UK staycation destination.
Yamba ranks as one of Australia's best-kept-secrets. A lesser-trodden town that flaunts a pristine coastline, it’s a must-visit destination for foodies, surfers and those seeking an off-grid escape.
An old western town in Wyoming, Cody is a dream destination for any outdoor enthusiast planning a 2022 adventure. Saddle up and get ready to horse ride through verdant valleys, raft on rushing rivers and hike through the iconic Yellowstone National Park.
An art-filled fortified town on northern Morocco’s Atlantic coast, Asilah bursts with creative flair. Spend days flitting between craft stores, art deco buildings and sun-dappled riads.
Israel’s third-largest city, Haifa is a must-visit destination for those who like their ancient history served with a side helping of cutting-edge architecture and white-sand beaches galore.
Just over a three-hour drive from Paris, Dijon makes for the perfect weekend getaway. Visit for its cobbled squares, Haussman-style architecture and bountiful vineyards.
The White Isle exerts an almost mystical pull over those who visit in the tranquil winter months, when its high-octane summer diversions are swapped for long beach walks backed by a beckoning indigo sea, off-road adventures immersed in blossom-strewn nature and warming island dishes cooked with care.
Formerly a favourite among the Hapsburgs and a popular private escape of clued-up elites, the island of Lošinj is a tricky to access haven of low-key beach glamour.
This tiny island has all the components for the perfect secluded holiday. Spend a day trekking through orange and lemon trees, vineyards and wild rosemary bushes, or climb up Mount Hum for panoramic views across the Adriatic and surrounding islands.
Is Folkestone Kent’s most underrated seaside town? Great for a day trip or mini break from London, this rough-diamond city is studded with big-name art installations and great seafood restaurants – best enjoyed after a spell on the beach.
With beautiful beaches, winding alleys, sea views and boutique shops, the coastal Kentish town of Whitstable is our go-to for rest, relaxation and a much-needed break from the city.
Done Lisbon? Ventured to Porto? Put this lesser-known city in Portugal's Centro region on your radar for a cultured city break with nature on its doorstep. Viseu's azulejo-dotted streets are a must-visit for renaissance art, impressive cathedrals and tavernas pouring robust Dão wine - plus, there's plenty of green space for a breath of countryside air.
Once a thriving Old Western movie set and real-life residence started by a who's who of Hollywood's western stars, this dusty, offbeat town is proving that it's far more than a tourist trail gimmick. A tight-knit community is reviving the pioneering spirit of the Old and making it a worthy desert stopover.
A must-visit on any Morroccan road-trip itinerary, this glittering desert oasis provides a snapshot into Tafilalet's prosperous and storied past.
Snow-capped mountains and rugged beauty lure adventurers to this national park in Montenegro’s northern territory. The fabled Black Lake, surrounded by dense pine forests and glacial gorges, is mystical in summer when cross-country skiing gives way to kayaking, rafting and wild swimming.