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Where is Hot in October for a Cycling Holiday?

October is almost certain to be cold, wet, grey and miserable in much of northern Europe but for those wanting to get away from it all and go somewhere hot to enjoy a fantastic cycling holiday we’ve got a couple of great destinations for you.   The first option for some autumn sun is another […]

Where is Hot in November for Walking Holidays?

The summer months are well and truly behind you, the clocks have gone back and the skies are grey. It’s going to be a long, hard winter… unless you get away from it all before you need to don your thermals and take a trip where the sun does shine in the month of November. […]

Where is Hot in October for Walking Holidays?

So the barbecue has been shoved back into the garden shed, the sun tan lotion has migrated to the back of the bathroom cabinet for the winter and the first chilled winds remind you of the bitter weather to come. Welcome to October….

Pour De France – Headwater’s Guide to The Wine Regions of France

  Pour De France – Headwater’s Guide to The Wine Regions of France   Many people, especially those who appreciate excellency in the field of oenology, consider France to be a world leader in one palette whetting discipline: its wine. It vies for the title of biggest producer each year with Italy, and there is […]

Croatia: 101 Dalmatian Delights

With almost 2000 km of coastline and 1185 islands and islets of rich variety, Croatia offers a diversity and beauty that is rarely found – or sought – by the majority of beach bums and sun seekers. Whether you are enchanted by secluded coves backed up by wind-mottled cliffs or bewitched by traditional fishing villages […]

What’s new for 2013

WHAT’S NEW FROM HEADWATER FOR 2013 Cycling: Contrasts of Brittany Cycling 10-night hotel-to-hotel holiday cycling round the south western corner of Brittany. A fabulously varied loop on mainly traffic-free trails and taking in pretty coastal villages, rural farming hamlets, picturesque artists’ towns and traditional fishing ports where ancient Celtic traditions still hold strong. Prices from […]