Briton stabbed to death on Greek island

A British tourist has been stabbed and killed on the Greek holiday island of Zante, after the 19-year-old and his friends were attacked by two taxi drivers. Four others from the group, who are all thought to be from Basingstoke, were treated in hospital for injuries after the incident at the popular Lagana resort at 3am yesterday.

Summer at the marina

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Get into the Ibiza groove

The summer party season is under way on the White Isle – and there are hedonistic holiday options to suit all budgets, says Sara Lawrence

Swedish House Mafia, Alexandra Palace, London

Light and lasers fill the expanse of Alexandra Palace, beams of blue and green pouring over the crowd like the northern lights after too much Red Bull. At midnight, three Swedish DJs explode on to the platform. The set is a mountain, flashing colours. Steve Angello, Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso look down upon their minions, who are gasping for a beat.

The Only Way is Marbella

Back in the Fifties, the Spanish resort was a magnet for movie stars. These days, it's full of reality TV stars with money – and bare flesh – to burn

Samantha Cameron and the very middle-class rave

PM's wife would have fitted in perfectly at the Ibiza event, says Terri Judd

The Camerons fly out by easyJet for a week in Ibiza

The Prime Minister and his wife want to show they are in touch with Britain's 'squeezed middle'

Cole Moreton: You can keep Ibiza. Nothing can compare with the British seaside

Summer half-term is once more upon us, and a perfect day at the beach beats Disneyland hands down – but do watch where you swim

Travel Challenge: Ibiza

Every week we invite three competing companies to give us their best deal for a specific holiday. Today, a week in Ibiza, departing mid-June. Prices are per person, based on two sharing...

Nothing like a quiet weekend at the beach

Millions of people across Britain enjoyed sweltering heat and bright sunshine over the weekend as temperatures reached 22.5C – hotter than the holiday hotspots of Ibiza and Rome.

Traveller's Guide: Ibiza

There is more to this island than its vibrant clubbing scene – rugged beauty and a charming capital city are just the beginning, says Chris Leadbeater

Last Night's TV - Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents, BBC3; Hugh's Fish Fight, Channel 4

Teenage kicks are a risqué business

Tinie Tempah, Koko, London

When Tinie Tempah announced to the crowd: "This is the best city in the world by far," before ripping into his hit song "Frisky", the place was reverberating with cheering people bouncing around in excitement.

Mykonos named the hottest spot among Europe's islands

The Greek island of Mykonos has emerged as the most popular island destination in Europe. Part of the Cyclades in the Aegean Sea, Mykonos is where Zeus supposedly once battled the Titans – but is now favoured by DJs, who entertain sprawling legions of clubbers in beachside bars.

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