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Where’s hot in February for a walking holiday?

February 2017 is probably going to be a month of change for you. The motivation for your new year’s resolution will have slowly but inevitably decayed into nothing, and maybe you’ll be taking your last step into Europe as an EU citizen. One thing remains constant though: the cold. The gigantic claw of old Mother […]

What’s the difference between guided and self-guided walking holidays?

Let’s cut through the confusion and show you these in clarity… Choosing a holiday is always a big decision. In fact, a study in 2014 said Britons spend over 30 hours choosing the right one. So it’s likely we’ve caught you somewhere along this part of your journey. If that’s right, we’re here to help you […]

Canary Islands: Beauty Beyond the Booze

It’s nearing the end of November and we’ve all started twiddling with the thermostat again to keep up with the ever-changing and unpredictable British weather. Welcome to the Canary Islands – where the weather is pretty much constant all year round. Now, we know what you’re thinking, but we’re here to prove that there’s a vast, […]

In Search of Winter Sun – Andalucía

As soon as we put the clocks back at the end of October, the onset of winter seemed to arrive. Dark nights, cold mornings and the prospect of scraping frost from the car windscreen before we set off to work sends a shiver down the spine. So the prospect of some winter sun is certainly […]

4 Reasons to go Birdwatching in Portugal

When thinking of Portugal, it’s much more likely that images of beaches, mountains and custard tarts will enter your mind before those of birds. The link between birds and Portugal for some extends only as far as Saturday visits to Nando’s, and as such it is often overlooked as a viable birdwatching destination for those […]

7 must-see chateaux in Burgundy

Home to some of the world’s finest wines, the gorgeous Burgundy countryside is a blanket of green, encasing sumptuous castles and peeping chateaux within its rolling hills. With its breathtaking sights and gastronomic tradition, the region’s towns are awash with a Romanesque architectural heritage that stems back to the Renaissance and the Middle Ages. On a […]

Walking in Mahón: Menorca’s capital

Menorca’s capital of Mahón rose in importance in the 18th century, due to its strategic sheltered harbour, which enabled the British military to dominate the Eastern Mediterranean. As part of your holiday in Menorca you can take a walking tour of this historic city and enjoy its colonial legacy and laid-back Spanish charm. The walk […]

Lake District Greats: A Life in Literature

This year marks 150 years since the birth of Beatrix Potter, one of the world’s best-loved children’s authors. Beatrix Potter is celebrated for her charmingly illustrated children’s books, bringing to life characters such as Peter Rabbit and Jemima Puddleduck, based on her detailed observations of the natural world. In the Lake District, however, it was as […]