From raw fish to fine French cuisine, Ute Junker discovers a wealth of island delights.
At a magnificent and luxurious Tahitian resort, John Coleman finds everything is big - the pool, suites, peaks and even the hotel staff.
Despite the sexy, debaucherous locals, Nicky Park fails to have a holiday fling in the South Pacific's islands of love.
Despite its reputation as an expensive destination, Tahiti can be done on a budget – just ask the French, writes Caroline Gladstone.
Deserted sandy beaches, overwater bungalows, towering palm trees and all the ingredients you need for R.O.M.A.N.C.E.
James Shrimpton discovers the real star behind a recent romantic comedy.
Forget the drama and cost of a big wedding — Jane E. Fraser looks at the latest ways to tie the knot.
Paul Edwards walks among the markets of the sultry Tahitian capital and settles for a seafood lunch over a beautiful inlet.