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Anglesey, lying off the tip of the North Wales’ mainland is reached by crossing the Menai Strait. It has a gentle landscape of snug villages, a coastline embracing tall cliffs, sandy coves and fine beaches. Beaumaris, a major yatching centre, is ...more info
Standing proudly in 5 acres of manicured gardens, with panoramic views over Lyme Bay, the 4-star Victoria Hotel welcomes you in the tradition of a lavish resort hotel. The Regency town of Sidmouth offers a long, wide, level promenade with plentifu...more info
Join us for a unique experience of a bygone era. Apart from the pleasure of stepping back in time to a different pace and quality of life, these trains steam through some of the most spectacular scenery in the North East. Relax and enjoy the leisu...more info
Our mystery tour is great fun, but please don’t ask where it goes! You will be wondering, where will we stop? But only our driver knows! Relax and recharge your batteries. You definitely deserve it!No hassle driving, just pack an overnight bag and we...more info
This Hebridean Isle, known as ‘The Misty Isle’ gives way to an awesome landscape of dramatic mountains, wild coastline, sparkling lochs, enchanting wildlife and secret beaches. Wonder in awe at the red and black Cuillins, Kilt Rock, Mu...more info
Take a leisurely walk through the pedestrian shopping streets of Ostend with their marvelous shop windows. Explore numerous clothes shops, gift shops, shoe shops and specialist stores. Saunter around the beautiful market places and once you’re all shopped out, ...more info
Surrounded by 50 acres of Suffolk woodland, gardens and a picturesque lake, Gunton Hall has a distinctively rural feel, but with the added bonus of the beach being within walking distance. The village square, bowls complex, leisure centre and larg...more info
An international fleet of tall ships will take over the city of Liverpool for Tall Ships Liverpool 2018, the start of the 2018 Biscay Tall Ships Regatta. This event will offer a fantastic opportunity for visitors to step aboard many beautiful tall ship...more info
Divided into East and West by its harbour and sheltered river, the seaside town of Looe, is a picturesque Cornish fishing port. East Looe has a charming maze of narrow streets and courtyards, antique shops, traditional pubs and a vibrant quayside ...more info
One of the most beautiful areas of the Spanish coastline, the Cantabrian ‘Cornisa’ lies on the Costa Verde (green coast) between the resort of San Vicente de le Barquera to the west and the old fishing port of Castro Urdialesto the east. T...more info
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