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Cornwall has so much to offer. It is famous for its seafaring history, spectacular sandy beaches, gorgeous gardens, dramatic coastline and captivating fishing harbours. The popular seaside town of Looe can keep visitors entertained all year round and retains its character as a bustling working fishing port. The level streets offer a mix of traditional souvenir, arts and crafts shops and restaurants.
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New to our programme in 2019 this delightful tour features some of Norfolks top attractions including Sandringham House, 2 steam train rides and a cruise on the Broads. With our packed itinerary you will find plenty to see and do on this interesting holiday to the lovely coast and countyside of Norfolk.
Beautiful Bute is one of the most accessible Scottish islands, just a short ferry ride across the Firth of Clyde. It is a short trip from Wemyss Bay to the Victoriana meets art deco-style resort of Rothesay, with its palm trees and promenade. Attractions include Rothesay Castle, the stately home at nearby Mount Stuart, and some extraordinarily varied landscapes. From the lush, fertile and rolling hills of the island's heart to the craggy, heather-covered moorlands of the north and the delightful sandy beaches around the coastline, the island is a haven for walking, cycling, fishing and wildlife.
Photo: Mount Stuart House courtesy of Visit Scotland
Cardigan Bay is the largest Bay in the British Isles, stretching approximately50 miles from Bardsey Island off the Llyn Peninsula in the north to StrumbleHead in Pembrokeshire in the South. Step into a gentler pace of life where youwill discover breathtaking scenery, beautiful beaches, great walks andstunning wildlife.
Think York and many think of York Minster, Viking York at JORVIK, and York Castle Museum and York Dungeon. But that’s just the start of York’s world famous attractions. Browse around the medieval shopping streets of Stonegate and the Shambles. Revel in York's Roman heritage at the Yorkshire Museum, Walk the city walls and discover York's royal history of kings, princes and England's Christian history.
The majestic Dolomites are one of Europe’s most spectacular mountain regions with its own unique dramatic scenery, set in a beautiful area of Northern Italy. A blend of towering snow-capped mountains, picturesque lakes and lush fertile valleys with fruit trees and vines dotted with Tyrolean style hamlets. With breathtaking scenery each and every way you turn this region offers a myriad of lovely scenic days out, truly an awe-inspiring area to explore. We have been operating this tour to Fai della Paganella for several years and, without doubt, the popularity of this holiday is down to the fantastic welcome and home comforts provided by our host, Fausto, and the 3 generations of his family.
Enjoying an unseasonable amount of warmth and sunshine, more than half the Isle of Wight has been designated an Area of Outstanding Beauty, with fifty per cent of its coastline honoured by the title 'Heritage Coast', an award only given to the finest beaches in the country.
Scarborough fully justifies its claim as one of Britain’s major resorts, being ideally set between two bays and overlooked by the ruins of Scarborough Castle. The rugged North Yorkshire Moors National Park is within easy distance, as is historic Whitby. We also enjoy a full day to the historic city of York, with its many attractions.
Eastbourne is one of Britain’s more elegant resorts with its wide spacious promenade, many gardens and squares and the rolling grasslands ascending to the high perpendicular cliffs of Beachy Head. A Pier and a fine shopping centre are other features of the resort. Eastbourne also offers a wide variety of entertainment. The distinctive three-tier promenade is bordered by dazzling floral displays and the turquoise and gold domed bandstand looks striking against the seascape.
As summer comes to an end in the picturesque mountains of the Austrian Tyrol traditional festivals take place in towns and villages throughout the region as the cattle are walked back down to the valley after a summer of grazing in the high Alpine meadows. Elaborately and colourfully decorated, their return home is accompanied by lively traditional festivities celebrated by locals and tourists alike with music and dance as well as stalls selling local food delicacies and artisan goods and hand-made crafts. We visit the Cows Down, or 'Almabtrieb' as it is known, in the beautiful Tyrolean town of Mayrhofen in the Zillertal Valley one of Austria's main ski resorts but popular with holidaymakers all year round. Our packed itinerary features a guided tour of Innsbruck, two local train journeys, a boat ride, and a horse drawn carriage ride with music and schnapps.