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Barmouth, where the Mountains meet the Sea has been welcoming visitors for over 150 years. The town is on the west coast of Wales, looking out onto Cardigan Bay, in the southern part of Snowdonia. Barmouth's history can be explored via the Heritage Trail, and visiting the two museums. There is a wide range of independant shops, cafes. pubs and restaurants, so a day can be spent browsing, dipping in and out of shops with regular coffee stops, and maybe an ice cream on the harbour watching the boats and seagulls.
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.
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When VE Day dawns on 8th May 2020 it will be 75 years since the guns fell silent at the end of the war in Europe. Years of carnage and destruction had come to an end and millions of people took to the streets and pubs to celebrate peace. Join us as we travel to London for a very special anniversary concert at The Royal Albert Hall.
The award-winning West Midland Safari Park has 1700 magical animal encounters and four miles of safari, home to Indian Rhino; Cheetah; Lions; Tigers; Giraffe and Elephants to name a few. Enjoy watching the animals as we drive through the 200 acres of parkland designed to replicate their natural habitat. There’s also a Discovery Trail showcasing Penguin Cove, Sea Lion Shows, Twilight Cave, Seaquarium, Reptile House, Creepy Crawlies and friendly animal encounters galore. The African Village is situated by the lakeside and is where “Meerkat Mayhem” and “Walking with Lemurs” can be found. Whilst the Adventure Theme Park and Tiny Tots Theme Park have a host of fun rides and attractions to suit all members of the family (extra charge). More info: www.wmsp.co.uk
Llandudno is a delight to visit at any time of year but even more so every May Day Bank Holiday weekend when Llandudno plays host to a Victorian Extravaganza featuring a Victorian street fair, old time fair rides, fun stalls, steam engines, people dressed in Victorian costume, street parades at 12 midday each day and street entertainment the whole family will enjoy.
Tenby is one of the prettiest resorts on Wales, unspoilt by commercialism and retains its natural seaside charm, especially along narrow cobbled streets lined with shops, cafes and restaurants are also reminders of this bygone age.
Set between two rugged headlands with miles of golden beach, Paington nestles snugly between its two neighbours - Torquay and Brixham. Its colourful image is enhanced by a marine gardens promenade, pier and harbour which are brought to life at nightfall by seafront illuminations. Paignton boasts good shopping facilities, a theatre, together with a host of seaside attractions. Its beaches are without doubt the best in the bay.
When people think of Austria they probably think of something like the opening scene of The Sound of Music – Maria dancing in high green fields with bright skies and rolling countryside that will make you want to sing. As well as the fresh mountain air and idyllic scenery, this fabulous European country also is home to culturally sophisticated cities, quirky modern art galleries and breath-taking architecture. On this popular early season tour we enjoy some of the highlights this country has to offer including the beautiful city of Salzburg; birthplace of Mozart that sits majestically astride the Salzack River, Innsbruck; capital of the Tyrol region in an exceptional setting where city, culture and nature come together, and the stunning Alpine lakes of Achensee and Zeller See with their crystal clear blue water. With a packed programme of activities there is something for everyone on this tour and Austria is definitely a destination that should be on everyone’s travel list..
New Brighton, with a wide variety of heritage and historical points of interest, is complemented by an £80million leisure and retail facility, Marine Point. A short stroll inland sees a growing base of independent bars, cafes and restaurants on Victoria Road and Victoria Parade and the opportunity to purchase vintage, reclaimed and preloved finds on Seabank Road. One of New Brighton’s wonderful beaches is home to the internationally known community-built iconic driftwood boat, The Black Pearl.