We all missed some quality family time during the pandemic, and most of us really, really missed going on holidays.

Now that most restrictions have been relaxed around Europe, many of us are trying to rob the entire gang when we leave, as multi-generational holidays are becoming more popular.

Yes, it is. Grab Gran, your aunt, nephew, granddaughter as well as you and your immediate family. 2022 is a year of vacation for a large family.

But how do you choose the right destination for everyone? Here are some of our favorite options to keep all age groups happy:

Travel together at no extra charge

When a car full of people (or dogs) is crossing the channel Eurotunnel Shuttle It may be a cheaper way to travel.

Unlike a plane that pays alone, you pay for each vehicle here, so if you’re taking all the gangs, this is a great way to travel on a budget.

Prices start from 60 euros per car for up to 9 people.

Dress in nature in Limousin, France

Domaine des Ethans in Limousin, France, is a renovated private home surrounded by more than 1,000 hectares of protected countryside and has recently been converted into a unique hotel.

There are a variety of accommodation options, including 6 farmhouse cottages, perfect for a cozy and private multi-generational vacation. Domainedes Etangs itself is a former family home. Everything here, including the two pools and the vegetable garden, is centered around quality time spent together in groups, making it a perfect playground for the family.

For young travelers, you can explore the outdoor wooden playground and vegetable fields. In addition, on a guided tour of the farm, let your kids meet Domaine’s cows among other livestock.

There are plenty of choices for indoor activities such as spa and Moulin de Etan. Here, children can spend a luxurious time with adults in the family with a child-friendly massage inspired by livestock, mini manicures and pedicures.

Easy access to the beaches of the Algarve

Pine cliff is Portugal There are 8 pools and 11 restaurants. There is also one of the largest kids clubs in Europe, so if you want to spend a quiet adult time, it’s enough for small kids to get them hooked.

If you have members of a group who can struggle with the stairs, Pine Cliff has a convenient lift that bypasses the 110 steps and goes down to the beach level. This route is not fully accessible as there are still some stairs on the sidewalk from the lift to the beach.

There is a towel hut and a restaurant on the sand, which makes it much less portable. Plus, there’s a handy app for ordering drinks and meals directly on the sunbed, so when you get to the beach, you’re ready for the day.

Weekend vacation in York

The historic city of York is a great place to spend a long weekend with the whole family. You can travel by train from most major cities in the UK, and once you get there, you can basically walk anywhere in the city. This means you don’t have to worry about getting everyone in your car or finding a parking lot.

The National Railway Museum is free and is a great way to fill the afternoon. Exhibitions are also frequent, so check what’s happening before you go. The Jorvik Center is another great option for day trips.Short visits can be expensive, but visitors will be taught everything about York’s appeal Viking history.

If you like snacks, why not go to the Grand Hotel for afternoon tea? Here we offer a special children’s afternoon tea to replace Earl Gray and fine pastries with donuts and milkshakes to satisfy all age groups.

In the evening, the ghosts of family friends take a walk in the city center, tired little children before going to bed. Or, if you want to spend the night away from your kids, you can book a babysitter service at the Grand Hotel. Adults can enjoy York’s independent cocktail bar and craft beer bar.

Heading to the Swiss mountains

Now we are all Swiss mountains that is. The Jungfrau of the Bernese Alps is the perfect place to stay if you want to appreciate this beauty.

Jungfrau is Europe’s tallest railway station, but its extensive railway network provides easy access to the mountains. There is a glacier observation area and an ice cave that you can explore all year round.

For the more active people in your group, there are hikes, mountain carts, zip wires and even skydiving-and of course skiing in the winter. However, even those with a little less energy can see many of the mountains, enjoy a meal while admiring the scenery, and use the Eiger Express Lift to meet other members of the group.

There are many accommodation options in this area as well. The big town of Interlaken is generally a bit cheaper and has all the facilities you need. If you want to go further in the mountains, there is also Grindelwald or Wengen. A town without a car You can access it by train.

Dolphin spotting in jersey

If you’re thinking of traveling to Jersey this summer, you can take a boat trip to explore the island’s beautiful coastline and discover wildlife.

Jersey Sea Farris offers a variety of excursions around the Channel Islands. If the whole family is together, you can even charter your boat and design the perfect day.

In just 30 minutes by RIB boat, you can stop by France for a gorgeous picnic, barbecue, paddleboarding and beach games.

Watch out for dolphins on your way home seal Or stop by a private sandbar for a glass of champagne (for adults, of course).

A big gathering in the pub is Shropshire

Going to a pub may not sound like an ideal family holiday right away, but bear with us, This is a little different..

The head of a wild boar at Bishop’s Castle in South Shropshire was once a pub. From the outside, it still looks like one, but the inside is a self-catering accommodation. The bonus is that you can draw some pints on yourself as it still has that work bar.

This can accommodate up to 23 people, making it a great option if you have a large family who want to stay together. There is also an industrial sized kitchen for cooking family feasts.

For on-site entertainment, The Boar’s Head features an air hockey table, pool table, table football, as well as on-demand karaoke, a traditional jukebox, and a movie screening area.

Outside, there is a jumbo hot tub in the beer garden, studded with fairy lights, ideal for drinking outdoors.

Bishop’s Castle, with its pub, is a dedicated “pedestrian welcome” town with numerous routes across Shropshire Hills. The quirky buildings, such as flowering cottages and “zip” painted terraces, are worth a visit.

There is also a “poetry pharmacy” in the town, offering a kind of personal shopping experience of poetry and books with a special focus on supporting the mental health of customers. Designed to look like a Victorian pharmacist, you may not need your own services, but it’s worth a peek when exploring.