Elemis

18 Feb 19
GWP Addict

The latest Saks beauty event is going on now! Online now (and in store starting Thursday) spend $150 on beauty and you can choose a free tote bag with samples; and if you spend $300 on beauty you can also choose a free matching wristlet. Plus they currently have over 50 gifts with purchase and deluxe sample offers that you can combine with this, […]

18 Feb 19
Daily life, reviews and adventures

Sunday  Sundays are chill for me, mostly. Sometimes I’ll do stuff but mostly not. I do masks and other things in the week but on Sunday I do the whole lot as an end of the week treat and a prep for the week ahead, which I so need right now as I’m full of […]

18 Feb 19
adrxannasspace

Skin care has not been an easy journey for me, I have tried so many products that for me personally have not worked well with my skin. However, I have also found some absolute gems that now I cannot live without. Let’s start with cleaners, I think there are many out there that are great and […]

18 Feb 19
The Ginger Travel Guru

I’m writing this in a coffee shop shop in the village, having just checked out from the Principal in Manchester. Principal are a predominately UK group of hotels that IHG recently purchased, meaning that you can earn and burn points with them. That’s the key reason that I booked, in order to tick off some […]

17 Feb 19
See Green CBD

250mg CBD in Face & Body Moisturizer

100mg CBD in Face Serum

Face Cleanser and Face Toner does not contain CBD

Abinoid Botanicals Face Care Kit will complete your morning and evening skincare routine. This whole set is packed with natural plant extracts and hemp-derived CBD oil. Save when you buy the set while making your face happy!
17 Feb 19
See Green CBD

4oz(120ml)

250mg CBD

Abinoid Botanicals Face & Body Moisturizer uses lemon myrtle and sandalwood along with other amazing plant extracts to nourish the skin and make you feel super hydrated without the harsh chemicals. Treat yourself to something good!

17 Feb 19
Isabella Romance Novels

Of all the skin care products in all the world, I’m giving face oils the title of most intimidating. As someone with oily skin, I’ve spent most of my life trying to de-grease my face, so the idea of buying something that has the word ‘oil’ in its…

17 Feb 19
Isabella Romance Novels

Of all the skin care products in all the world, I’m giving face oils the title of most intimidating. As someone with oily skin, I’ve spent most of my life trying to de-grease my face, so the idea of buying something that has the word ‘oil’ in its…

17 Feb 19
TODAY NEWS

BEAUTY capsules are convenient, travel-friendly and super-concentrated products designed to give…

17 Feb 19
TODAY NEWS

WE PITCHED a relaxing family-focused break in Cascais, on Portugal’s west…

17 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
BEAUTY capsules are convenient, travel-friendly and super-concentrated products designed to give you a luxurious skincare experience. We’ve selected five products that may look small but definitely pack a punch and will have your skin glowing in no time. Capsules keep the ingredients within them fresh and active for when you’re ready to apply them to your face Bright sparks These capsules are for exfoliating and unclogging pores If you’re battling patchy, dry skin, try Elizabeth Arden Skin Illuminating Brightening Capsules, £60 for 50. These wonder-pods are great for exfoliating and unclogging pores, plus they reduce redness thanks to glycolic acid and niacinamide.  Skin Illuminating Brightening Capsules, £60 for 50 from Feel Unique — buy now Time warp This product should give you a youthful and radiant glow Reverse tell-tale signs of ageing with the crafty Nspa Expert Nightly Revitalising Retinol Capsules, £10 for 30. Gentle enough for everyday use, the retinol and avocado oil in each cap helps minimise the appearance of fine lines and uneven texture for a youthful, radiant glow. Expert Nightly Revitalising Retinol Capsules, £10 for 30 from Asda — buy now All plumped up These boosters are perfect for hydrating dry skin Skin feeling parched? Rituals Hydrating Ampoule Boosters, £26.50 for seven, offer a fast-track route to an enviably soft, supple complexion. Their rosa damascena flower, glycerin and nelumbo nucifera leaf cell extract formula plumps skin in a flash. Hydrating Ampoule Boosters, £26.50 for seven from Rituals — buy now Never a dull moment These superactive capsules will bring your dull skin back to life Long hailed as the panacea of wellbeing, vitamin C works wonders on dull skin, and Beauty Pie Superactive Capsules Pure Double Vitamin C & Vitamin E Serum, £9.49 for 60 for Beauty Pie subscribers, are packed with the stuff. Thanks to the potent 10% concentration, boosted by vitamin E, you can say sayonara to lacklustre skin. Superactive Capsules Pure Double Vitamin C & Vitamin E Serum, £9.49 for 60 from Beauty Pie — buy now [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS ” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Round the clock These powerful capsules can help to tackle a range of skincare issues from premature ageing to polluted pores With specially designed day and night formulas, Elemis Cellular Recovery Skin Bliss Capsules, £69.50 for 60, revitalise and protect the skin during the day and support cell repair while you sleep. If that wasn’t enough, the moringa, rose and lavender ingredients help tackle a whole host of skin woes, from premature ageing to polluted pores, plus these tiny capsules pack a powerful hydration punch. Cellular Recovery Skin Bliss Capsules, £69.50 for 60 from Elemis — buy now [boxout headline=”Ask Beauty Editor Lauren” intro=”I love wearing false lashes and I’ve started to apply them every day, but I’m worried they’ll rip out my real lashes and stunt their growth. What can I do to prevent this? Morgan, Hertfordshire”]You’re not the only one who comes home from a night out, ripping your lashes off because you’re too lazy to remove them properly! But if you’re worried about the damage that lash glue or tugging may be causing to your natural lashes, I recommend using a water-based cleanser with a cotton pad to soak them off. This will loosen the glue to prevent them from pulling on your lashes when you detach them. My fave is Clinique Take The Day Off Makeup Remover For Lids, Lashes And Lips, £18, which will get rid of any gluey residue, too. Failing that, why not scrap lash glue altogether and go for a magnetic option instead? I’ve been obsessing over Eylure Magnetic Lashes in Opulent Accent, £13.95. They give you a subtle flutter and look really natural. Do you have a beauty problem? Email me at beauty@fabulousmag.co.uk [/boxout] Stockists: Beauty Pie (Beautypie.com), Clinique (Clinique.com), Elemis (Elemis.com), Elizabeth Arden (Elizabetharden.co.uk), Eylure (Eylure.com), Nspa (Asda.com), Rituals (Rituals.com) [bc_video video_id=”5988836230001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Victoria Beckham takes daughter Harper for treatment at luxury skincare clinic with The Vampire Facial doctor”]
17 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
BEAUTY capsules are convenient, travel-friendly and super-concentrated products designed to give you a luxurious skincare experience. We’ve selected five products that may look small but definitely pack a punch and will have your skin glowing in no time. Capsules keep the ingredients within them fresh and active for when you’re ready to apply them to your face Bright sparks These capsules are for exfoliating and unclogging pores If you’re battling patchy, dry skin, try Elizabeth Arden Skin Illuminating Brightening Capsules, £60 for 50. These wonder-pods are great for exfoliating and unclogging pores, plus they reduce redness thanks to glycolic acid and niacinamide.  Skin Illuminating Brightening Capsules, £60 for 50 from Feel Unique — buy now Time warp This product should give you a youthful and radiant glow Reverse tell-tale signs of ageing with the crafty Nspa Expert Nightly Revitalising Retinol Capsules, £10 for 30. Gentle enough for everyday use, the retinol and avocado oil in each cap helps minimise the appearance of fine lines and uneven texture for a youthful, radiant glow. Expert Nightly Revitalising Retinol Capsules, £10 for 30 from Asda — buy now All plumped up These boosters are perfect for hydrating dry skin Skin feeling parched? Rituals Hydrating Ampoule Boosters, £26.50 for seven, offer a fast-track route to an enviably soft, supple complexion. Their rosa damascena flower, glycerin and nelumbo nucifera leaf cell extract formula plumps skin in a flash. Hydrating Ampoule Boosters, £26.50 for seven from Rituals — buy now Never a dull moment These superactive capsules will bring your dull skin back to life Long hailed as the panacea of wellbeing, vitamin C works wonders on dull skin, and Beauty Pie Superactive Capsules Pure Double Vitamin C & Vitamin E Serum, £9.49 for 60 for Beauty Pie subscribers, are packed with the stuff. Thanks to the potent 10% concentration, boosted by vitamin E, you can say sayonara to lacklustre skin. Superactive Capsules Pure Double Vitamin C & Vitamin E Serum, £9.49 for 60 from Beauty Pie — buy now [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS ” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Round the clock These powerful capsules can help to tackle a range of skincare issues from premature ageing to polluted pores With specially designed day and night formulas, Elemis Cellular Recovery Skin Bliss Capsules, £69.50 for 60, revitalise and protect the skin during the day and support cell repair while you sleep. If that wasn’t enough, the moringa, rose and lavender ingredients help tackle a whole host of skin woes, from premature ageing to polluted pores, plus these tiny capsules pack a powerful hydration punch. Cellular Recovery Skin Bliss Capsules, £69.50 for 60 from Elemis — buy now [boxout headline=”Ask Beauty Editor Lauren” intro=”I love wearing false lashes and I’ve started to apply them every day, but I’m worried they’ll rip out my real lashes and stunt their growth. What can I do to prevent this? Morgan, Hertfordshire”]You’re not the only one who comes home from a night out, ripping your lashes off because you’re too lazy to remove them properly! But if you’re worried about the damage that lash glue or tugging may be causing to your natural lashes, I recommend using a water-based cleanser with a cotton pad to soak them off. This will loosen the glue to prevent them from pulling on your lashes when you detach them. My fave is Clinique Take The Day Off Makeup Remover For Lids, Lashes And Lips, £18, which will get rid of any gluey residue, too. Failing that, why not scrap lash glue altogether and go for a magnetic option instead? I’ve been obsessing over Eylure Magnetic Lashes in Opulent Accent, £13.95. They give you a subtle flutter and look really natural. Do you have a beauty problem? Email me at beauty@fabulousmag.co.uk [/boxout] Stockists: Beauty Pie (Beautypie.com), Clinique (Clinique.com), Elemis (Elemis.com), Elizabeth Arden (Elizabetharden.co.uk), Eylure (Eylure.com), Nspa (Asda.com), Rituals (Rituals.com) [bc_video video_id=”5988836230001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Victoria Beckham takes daughter Harper for treatment at luxury skincare clinic with The Vampire Facial doctor”]
17 Feb 19
The Sun
BEAUTY capsules are convenient, travel-friendly and super-concentrated products designed to give you a luxurious skincare experience. We’ve selected five products that may look small but definitely pack a punch and will have your skin glowing in no time. Capsules keep the ingredients within them fresh and active for when you’re ready to apply them to your face Bright sparks These capsules are for exfoliating and unclogging pores If you’re battling patchy, dry skin, try Elizabeth Arden Skin Illuminating Brightening Capsules, £60 for 50. These wonder-pods are great for exfoliating and unclogging pores, plus they reduce redness thanks to glycolic acid and niacinamide.  Skin Illuminating Brightening Capsules, £60 for 50 from Feel Unique — buy now Time warp This product should give you a youthful and radiant glow Reverse tell-tale signs of ageing with the crafty Nspa Expert Nightly Revitalising Retinol Capsules, £10 for 30. Gentle enough for everyday use, the retinol and avocado oil in each cap helps minimise the appearance of fine lines and uneven texture for a youthful, radiant glow. Expert Nightly Revitalising Retinol Capsules, £10 for 30 from Asda — buy now All plumped up These boosters are perfect for hydrating dry skin Skin feeling parched? Rituals Hydrating Ampoule Boosters, £26.50 for seven, offer a fast-track route to an enviably soft, supple complexion. Their rosa damascena flower, glycerin and nelumbo nucifera leaf cell extract formula plumps skin in a flash. Hydrating Ampoule Boosters, £26.50 for seven from Rituals — buy now Never a dull moment These superactive capsules will bring your dull skin back to life Long hailed as the panacea of wellbeing, vitamin C works wonders on dull skin, and Beauty Pie Superactive Capsules Pure Double Vitamin C & Vitamin E Serum, £9.49 for 60 for Beauty Pie subscribers, are packed with the stuff. Thanks to the potent 10% concentration, boosted by vitamin E, you can say sayonara to lacklustre skin. Superactive Capsules Pure Double Vitamin C & Vitamin E Serum, £9.49 for 60 from Beauty Pie — buy now [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS ” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Round the clock These powerful capsules can help to tackle a range of skincare issues from premature ageing to polluted pores With specially designed day and night formulas, Elemis Cellular Recovery Skin Bliss Capsules, £69.50 for 60, revitalise and protect the skin during the day and support cell repair while you sleep. If that wasn’t enough, the moringa, rose and lavender ingredients help tackle a whole host of skin woes, from premature ageing to polluted pores, plus these tiny capsules pack a powerful hydration punch. Cellular Recovery Skin Bliss Capsules, £69.50 for 60 from Elemis — buy now [boxout headline=”Ask Beauty Editor Lauren” intro=”I love wearing false lashes and I’ve started to apply them every day, but I’m worried they’ll rip out my real lashes and stunt their growth. What can I do to prevent this? Morgan, Hertfordshire”]You’re not the only one who comes home from a night out, ripping your lashes off because you’re too lazy to remove them properly! But if you’re worried about the damage that lash glue or tugging may be causing to your natural lashes, I recommend using a water-based cleanser with a cotton pad to soak them off. This will loosen the glue to prevent them from pulling on your lashes when you detach them. My fave is Clinique Take The Day Off Makeup Remover For Lids, Lashes And Lips, £18, which will get rid of any gluey residue, too. Failing that, why not scrap lash glue altogether and go for a magnetic option instead? I’ve been obsessing over Eylure Magnetic Lashes in Opulent Accent, £13.95. They give you a subtle flutter and look really natural. Do you have a beauty problem? Email me at beauty@fabulousmag.co.uk [/boxout] Stockists: Beauty Pie (Beautypie.com), Clinique (Clinique.com), Elemis (Elemis.com), Elizabeth Arden (Elizabetharden.co.uk), Eylure (Eylure.com), Nspa (Asda.com), Rituals (Rituals.com) [bc_video video_id=”5988836230001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Victoria Beckham takes daughter Harper for treatment at luxury skincare clinic with The Vampire Facial doctor”]
17 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
WE PITCHED a relaxing family-focused break in Cascais, on Portugal’s west coast, against a single ticket holiday to an ultra-modern hotel on the Greek island of Rhodes. Of course, in these stunning locations, there are no losers — only grinners. Cascais, Portugal Deputy Editor Ellie O’Mahoney, husband Mark, son Elliott, four, and daughter Molly, 15 months, sampled the best of the Portuguese coast. Clear waters and a stunning view in Cascais, Portugal THE PAD: The family-focused Martinhal hotel offers luxury food, four swimming pools and a complimentary kids’ club. Rooms come with Nespresso machines, Voya spa products and a bath big enough for all four of us. REFUEL: There are three food spots but pre-book O Terraço to make the most of its children’s corner, where staff entertain your kids so you can dine in peace. Hop on the free 15-minute shuttle to the town of Cascais, and wander down to Pizza Capricciosa for the best quattro formaggio, £9.50, and sangria, £2.65 (Capricciosa.com.pt). Ellie O’Mahoney and her family sampled the rugged delights of Cascais FOR KIDS: Hire a bike and trailer from the hotel, from £25 for half a day, and peddle along the cycle path for breathtaking views of the Atlantic. Book a private swimming lesson, £16.75 for 30 minutes, then get the whole family chilled out at the hotel’s Finisterra Spa – there’s even a father and child foot massage, £58 for 25 minutes. There’s no better – or cheaper – way to see stunning nearby Lisbon than by tram DON’T MISS: Lisbon, just 30 minutes away, with its famous yellow trams is a must. Tram tickets cost £2.50 and the most scenic route is E28, which rattles through Alfama, the city’s oldest district. BOOK IT: Family rooms cost from £195 (Martinhal.com). TAP Air Portugal flies from selected UK airports to Lisbon from £42 one way (Flytap.com). [bc_video video_id=”5839585923001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=” Divers discover 400-year-old Portuguese shipwreck off Cascais “] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”30″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Rhodes, Greece Acting Beauty Editor Sophie Bronstein opts for five-star all-inclusive Greek luxury. If you’re lucky, all roads lead to, er, Rhodes and its awesome, crystal clear waters THE PAD: As well as five pools and private balconies, the Atlantica Dreams Resort offers swim-up rooms. From these you can dive straight from your pad into the pool. The resort opened last summer with Scandi-inspired, ultra-modern rooms in a beautiful, authentic Greek setting. It’s Greece but not as you might know it at the very modern Atlantica Hotel, Rhodes REFUEL: Choose from six on-site gourmet restaurants, including an Italian, an American-style diner and a contemporary Greek. Head to the sports bar to catch up on the footie and enjoy a chocolate-filled crêpe – the resort’s yummiest snack! THE SPA: It’s unlikely, but you may find chilling by the poolside gets too much. In that even, you can go to the hotel’s spa to enjoy a sauna and steam room. Feeling extra fancy? Sophie Bronstein enjoys the sumptuous surroundings of the five-star Atlantica Hotel There’s a huge menu of treatments including an incredible 90-minute Elemis full-body massage, £97, that will make you feel brand-new. DON’T MISS: An ancient Greek village dating back to 5AD was discovered when the resort was being built. Book a free tour with an archaeologist to explore the site, which includes houses, a church and a traditional olive oil press. BOOK IT: Tui offers seven nights at the Atlantica all-inclusive on a Sensatori package, from £687 per person, including flights and transfers (Tui.co.uk). Compiled by: Emma Ledger [bc_video video_id=”5819492339001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”​A​rchitects unveil bizarre plan to rebuild the Colossus of Rhodes as an incredible office and entertainment complex “] See today’s best travel deals Get email alerts of the best deals straight to your inbox
17 Feb 19
The Sun
WE PITCHED a relaxing family-focused break in Cascais, on Portugal’s west coast, against a single ticket holiday to an ultra-modern hotel on the Greek island of Rhodes. Of course, in these stunning locations, there are no losers — only grinners. Cascais, Portugal Deputy Editor Ellie O’Mahoney, husband Mark, son Elliott, four, and daughter Molly, 15 months, sampled the best of the Portuguese coast. Clear waters and a stunning view in Cascais, Portugal THE PAD: The family-focused Martinhal hotel offers luxury food, four swimming pools and a complimentary kids’ club. Rooms come with Nespresso machines, Voya spa products and a bath big enough for all four of us. REFUEL: There are three food spots but pre-book O Terraço to make the most of its children’s corner, where staff entertain your kids so you can dine in peace. Hop on the free 15-minute shuttle to the town of Cascais, and wander down to Pizza Capricciosa for the best quattro formaggio, £9.50, and sangria, £2.65 (Capricciosa.com.pt). Ellie O’Mahoney and her family sampled the rugged delights of Cascais FOR KIDS: Hire a bike and trailer from the hotel, from £25 for half a day, and peddle along the cycle path for breathtaking views of the Atlantic. Book a private swimming lesson, £16.75 for 30 minutes, then get the whole family chilled out at the hotel’s Finisterra Spa – there’s even a father and child foot massage, £58 for 25 minutes. There’s no better – or cheaper – way to see stunning nearby Lisbon than by tram DON’T MISS: Lisbon, just 30 minutes away, with its famous yellow trams is a must. Tram tickets cost £2.50 and the most scenic route is E28, which rattles through Alfama, the city’s oldest district. BOOK IT: Family rooms cost from £195 (Martinhal.com). TAP Air Portugal flies from selected UK airports to Lisbon from £42 one way (Flytap.com). [bc_video video_id=”5839585923001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=” Divers discover 400-year-old Portuguese shipwreck off Cascais “] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”363″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Rhodes, Greece Acting Beauty Editor Sophie Bronstein opts for five-star all-inclusive Greek luxury. If you’re lucky, all roads lead to, er, Rhodes and its awesome, crystal clear waters THE PAD: As well as five pools and private balconies, the Atlantica Dreams Resort offers swim-up rooms. From these you can dive straight from your pad into the pool. The resort opened last summer with Scandi-inspired, ultra-modern rooms in a beautiful, authentic Greek setting. It’s Greece but not as you might know it at the very modern Atlantica Hotel, Rhodes REFUEL: Choose from six on-site gourmet restaurants, including an Italian, an American-style diner and a contemporary Greek. Head to the sports bar to catch up on the footie and enjoy a chocolate-filled crêpe – the resort’s yummiest snack! THE SPA: It’s unlikely, but you may find chilling by the poolside gets too much. In that even, you can go to the hotel’s spa to enjoy a sauna and steam room. Feeling extra fancy? Sophie Bronstein enjoys the sumptuous surroundings of the five-star Atlantica Hotel There’s a huge menu of treatments including an incredible 90-minute Elemis full-body massage, £97, that will make you feel brand-new. DON’T MISS: An ancient Greek village dating back to 5AD was discovered when the resort was being built. Book a free tour with an archaeologist to explore the site, which includes houses, a church and a traditional olive oil press. BOOK IT: Tui offers seven nights at the Atlantica all-inclusive on a Sensatori package, from £687 per person, including flights and transfers (Tui.co.uk). Compiled by: Emma Ledger [bc_video video_id=”5819492339001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”​A​rchitects unveil bizarre plan to rebuild the Colossus of Rhodes as an incredible office and entertainment complex “] See today’s best travel deals Get email alerts of the best deals straight to your inbox
17 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
WE PITCHED a relaxing family-focused break in Cascais, on Portugal’s west coast, against a single ticket holiday to an ultra-modern hotel on the Greek island of Rhodes. Of course, in these stunning locations, there are no losers — only grinners. Cascais, Portugal Deputy Editor Ellie O’Mahoney, husband Mark, son Elliott, four, and daughter Molly, 15 months, sampled the best of the Portuguese coast. Clear waters and a stunning view in Cascais, Portugal THE PAD: The family-focused Martinhal hotel offers luxury food, four swimming pools and a complimentary kids’ club. Rooms come with Nespresso machines, Voya spa products and a bath big enough for all four of us. REFUEL: There are three food spots but pre-book O Terraço to make the most of its children’s corner, where staff entertain your kids so you can dine in peace. Hop on the free 15-minute shuttle to the town of Cascais, and wander down to Pizza Capricciosa for the best quattro formaggio, £9.50, and sangria, £2.65 (Capricciosa.com.pt). Ellie O’Mahoney and her family sampled the rugged delights of Cascais FOR KIDS: Hire a bike and trailer from the hotel, from £25 for half a day, and peddle along the cycle path for breathtaking views of the Atlantic. Book a private swimming lesson, £16.75 for 30 minutes, then get the whole family chilled out at the hotel’s Finisterra Spa – there’s even a father and child foot massage, £58 for 25 minutes. There’s no better – or cheaper – way to see stunning nearby Lisbon than by tram DON’T MISS: Lisbon, just 30 minutes away, with its famous yellow trams is a must. Tram tickets cost £2.50 and the most scenic route is E28, which rattles through Alfama, the city’s oldest district. BOOK IT: Family rooms cost from £195 (Martinhal.com). TAP Air Portugal flies from selected UK airports to Lisbon from £42 one way (Flytap.com). [bc_video video_id=”5839585923001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=” Divers discover 400-year-old Portuguese shipwreck off Cascais “] [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FABULOUS” posts_category=”24″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Rhodes, Greece Acting Beauty Editor Sophie Bronstein opts for five-star all-inclusive Greek luxury. If you’re lucky, all roads lead to, er, Rhodes and its awesome, crystal clear waters THE PAD: As well as five pools and private balconies, the Atlantica Dreams Resort offers swim-up rooms. From these you can dive straight from your pad into the pool. The resort opened last summer with Scandi-inspired, ultra-modern rooms in a beautiful, authentic Greek setting. It’s Greece but not as you might know it at the very modern Atlantica Hotel, Rhodes REFUEL: Choose from six on-site gourmet restaurants, including an Italian, an American-style diner and a contemporary Greek. Head to the sports bar to catch up on the footie and enjoy a chocolate-filled crêpe – the resort’s yummiest snack! THE SPA: It’s unlikely, but you may find chilling by the poolside gets too much. In that even, you can go to the hotel’s spa to enjoy a sauna and steam room. Feeling extra fancy? Sophie Bronstein enjoys the sumptuous surroundings of the five-star Atlantica Hotel There’s a huge menu of treatments including an incredible 90-minute Elemis full-body massage, £97, that will make you feel brand-new. DON’T MISS: An ancient Greek village dating back to 5AD was discovered when the resort was being built. Book a free tour with an archaeologist to explore the site, which includes houses, a church and a traditional olive oil press. BOOK IT: Tui offers seven nights at the Atlantica all-inclusive on a Sensatori package, from £687 per person, including flights and transfers (Tui.co.uk). Compiled by: Emma Ledger [bc_video video_id=”5819492339001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”​A​rchitects unveil bizarre plan to rebuild the Colossus of Rhodes as an incredible office and entertainment complex “] See today’s best travel deals Get email alerts of the best deals straight to your inbox