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Southern Lakes

Ancient volcanic landscapes punctuated by 3 lakes providing the back-drop for inspiring walking; 2 fascinating gardens, medieval towns, and Orvieto, with its magnificent cathedral. Three volcanic Read more »

January 18, 2014

Posted by:Kate Whinney

Alto Teruel

January 6, 2014

Posted by:Kate Whinney

Undiscovered Spain – high hills, inspiring views, flower-filled meadows, eagles, picturesque villages.. Discover the most sparsely populated and least-known area of Spain Great walking – flower-filled pastures, pilgrim paths, ridges, open sierra Nights in picturesque, often dramatically situated, little towns and villages Ethnically distinct people renowned for their friendliness and hospitality Itinerary . Itinerary . Itinerary . Itinerary . Itinerary Read more »

The Scottish Borders

May 29, 2013

Posted by:Kate Whinney

Walk through the Scottish Borders, an unspoilt landscape of soft, rolling countryside and heather-clad hills, rich in history and folklore and beloved of Sir Walter Scott.. Walk through the Scottish Borders, an unspoilt landscape Rich in history and folklore Soft, rolling countryside beloved of Sir Walter Scott Follow the winding rivers Teviot and Tweed through heather-clad hills . Visit Dryburgh Read more »

Classic Alsace

April 25, 2013

Posted by:jstiles

The most picturesque villages in France set in vineyards with the forested Vosges hills as a backdrop. Great walking, hotels, food and wine . Classic wine Read more »

Classic Dordogne

May 31, 2013

Posted by:Kate Whinney

The finest Dordogne scenery with spectacular views; easy paths along rivers, via four major medieval castles and six outstanding prehistoric sites. Optional day/half-day by canoe. Wooded Read more »

Lot & the Dordogne Valley

May 29, 2013

Posted by:Kate Whinney

Walk from Rocamadour to the riverside town of St Céré, enjoying the picturesque scenery of the causses: gorges, ravines and meadows; magnificently situated chateaux and honey-coloured Read more »