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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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Enjoy a delightful break based in the Cumbrian town of Grange-Over-Sands,known as “the Gateway to the Lake District”. The advent of the FurnessRailway transformed the once small fishing village into a very fashionable andpopular Victorian/Edwardian resort set between the Lake District Fells andMorecambe Bay.
Once again we are delighted to offer this very popular tour. Whether it's the fantastic beaches, the historic towns and villages, rolling hills or lofty mountains of the Picos de Europa you're looking for, Cantabria offers the lot. A gentle, predominantly rural, province but with plenty of action if that's what you're looking for, Cantabria offers good, old-fashioned, seaside or mountain holidays with plenty of adventure for all the family. Between the Atlantic Ocean and the ridge of the Picos De Europa Mountains the scenery is almost Alpine and the climate soft.
Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh is an exhibition in celebration of the 100 year anniversary of the tombs discovery. The boy king’s priceless tomb artefacts will visit London one final time. This is whilst a new permanent resting place is constructed at the Grand Museum in Cairo.
A coast of contrasts Ilfracombe is a stunning coastal town with white washed houses, grand Victorian villas and terraces. Nestling between the National Park of Exmoor to the East and the golden coast to the West. A resort that also has a contemporary edge from its top class restaurants and galleries, to its theatre.
Little villages, lush green meadows, rich farmlands and sandy heathlands depicted by the famous painters Constable and Gainsborough. We visit historic Bury St Edmunds, with its Dickens connections, and the delightful East Anglian countryside and peaceful coastline. All this combines to give a holiday of particular charm and nostalgia.
A restful alternative to fast-paced adventures, follow the serene hills and valleys between the downs of the south as they ripple between the winding nostalgia of the Bluebell Railway. As well as exploring the historic and picturesque local towns there is also a ride on the Bluebell Railway and visits to two gardens.
The Norfolk and East Anglia coast is starkly beautiful, with picture postcard fishing villages and much more, creating an idyll of rural charm. As a contrast we feature the lovely Cathedral city of Norwich, and the Norfolk Broads.