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A vibrant, cosmopolitan resort, Bournemouth is renowned for its seven miles of glorious golden sands, sparkling surf and traditional beach huts. As part of this coastal break we include a day trip to Guernsey, and the pretty harbour town of St Peter&nb...more info
This idyllic chain of islands are utterly unspoiled with fine white sandy beaches, turquoise sea, rugged moorland and abundant wildlife. When the sun shines, there is no more exquisite spot on earth. The Outer Hebrides were believed by the Vikings to b...more info
Explore The Borders, one of the most beautiful and romantic areas of Scotland, stretching from the rolling hills and moorland in the west, through gentler valleys to the high agricultural plains of the east. Visit Edinburgh, Scotland’s proud capi...more info
Offering a taste of the continent and nestling in the bay of Saint Malo, Jersey is the largest and most southerly of the Channel Islands. Its shores are warmed by the Gulf Stream and it enjoys an excellent sunshine record.
Discover the quintessential county of Kent, also known as ‘The Garden of England’. This tour combines the beauty and history of well-known attractions, towns and cities. Based in Canterbury, the jewel in Kent’s crown, with the magnifi...more info
Whitby, dominated by the cliff-top ruins of the beautiful 13th century Whitby Abbey, this traditional maritime town with its maze of cobbled streets and alleyways meander past picturesque houses down to the busy quayside and blue flag sandy beach....more info
This tour offers you an abundance of rich heritage, thousands of years of history and wonderful architecture. Wells in Somerset is an unspoilt market town of outstanding beauty, located at the foot of the Mendip Hills. Exeter is a thriving city, w...more info
Join the millions who see the unique and enduring appeal of Blackpool year after year and enjoy the nostalgia of this ever-popular seaside resort, recently crowned the UK’s favourite holiday destination. Highlights include the world-famous Blackpool...more info
Steeped in history and overlooked by the magnificent castle and the statue of Flora McDonald, Inverness sits serenely at the mouth of the River Ness, immersed in century spanning culture. Above the city lies Craig Phadrig, once the stronghold of P...more info
From its days as a small fishing village, Paignton has since grown to become one of the gems of the South, boastingplenty of attractions to keep you occupied. And it’s not just the mild climate which draws thousands to the seaside resort ye...more info
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