Sun, sand, sea. It's a combination that never goes out of fashion, and one that can suit any mood.
Here is our pick of the world's most memorable floating hideaways.
Given billions of dollars to set up your own independent state, how would you go about it?
Need to catch to your breath? Tatyana Leonov heads to the last stop before Antarctica – Tasmania's south-west wilderness – for fresh air, peace and quiet.
A $25 million refurbishment has brought new life into a long-standing hotel in the heart of Sydney's second city.
TripAdvisor has named the world's most popular landmark for 2017, and no, it's not Machu Picchu.
Set on the south-western tip of the Bukit Peninsula in Uluwatu, Alila Villas is a 14-hectare world away from the hub-bub of Bali.
We sip (and occasionally swill) our way through an award-winning range.
The writer, and his mother, quickly adapt to life without an internal combustion engine.
Take a Vietnam road trip that feels like a secret.