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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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Weymouth’s fine Georgian seafront is an impressive backdrop to the long arc of fine, golden sand. The views from the bay are spectacular, stretching across the horizon taking in the World Heritage Jurassic Coastline. Weymouth's beautiful safe, sandy beaches, rich heritage and spectacular coastline make it a firm favourite holiday destination.
Llandudno is Wales's largest resort, uniquely situated between the Great and Little Ormes with two wonderful beaches. Llandudno has kept its Victorian and Edwardian elegance and splendour, despite its modern attractions. The Great Orme has an 112-year-old tramway or you can soar to the summit on Britain’s longest cable car and enjoy stunning views all the way to the Lake District.
Experience a wonderful scenic journey travelling along the Danube and dip in and out of the fascinating history and culture of some of the most beautiful cities in the heart of Europe. From the pretty city of Passau on the Austrian border to the Hungarian capital of Budapest, cruise in comfort and style aboard the MS Serenity. Gaze at the flawless beauty of the Wachau Valley, lose yourself in the waltzes and whirls of Vienna, explore beautiful Budapest the ‘Pearl of the Danube’.
A region of incredible beauty famous for its stunning scenery, abundant wildlife and cultural heritage. The area is made up of ancient woodlands and forest, river valleys, lakes, mountains and simply stunning coastlines. We will be accommodated in the stunning 4 star Inn on the Lake Hotel.
The largest and most southerly of the Channel Islands, Jersey is just 14 miles from the coast of France, giving the island a continental flair. Golden sands, sparkling seas, rugged cliffs, picturesque harbours and fascinating countryside are just a few of the natural attractions that await the visitor to Jersey. Situated on the edge of the Gulf Stream the island slopes from north to south to face the sun and boasts the best sunshine record in the British Isles and a climate which is generally milder in all seasons than the UK.
The winter ski resort of Fügen becomes our summer touring centre for this beautiful Austrian alpine region. Nestling in the Zillertal valley beneath towering mountain peaks this elegant town is an ideal base to explore some of the many attractions in the area. The itinerary features a guided tour of Innsbruck, a train ride, a boat ride, and of course, the ‘Cow’s Return’, a simple but colourful village festival that celebrates the return of the animals to the village after spending the summer on the mountain pastures.
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 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.
With the nation's interest in the Royal Family having grown in recent years, we have enhanced our popular Norfolk Broads tour and included a visit to Sandringham Estate, Her Majesty's Norfolk retreat. This, together with a nostalgic railway journey and Broads cruise, provides a truly enjoyable tour.
A completely new and different tour walking in the Dales of Derbyshire.The dramatic landscape is carved out of beautiful limestone, creating a rolling backdrop rich in variety. The Dales feature tranquil river valleys, rugged caves, vast moorlands and picturesque villages and market towns.