• Why Provence this Autumn?

    6th August, 2019

    Provence, a region in southeastern France bordering Italy and the Mediterranean Sea, is known for its diverse landscapes, from the Southern Alps and Camargue plains to rolling vineyards, olive groves, pine forests and lavender fields. To the south is the Côte d'Azur (or French… 

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  • E bikes open up The Highlands!

    17th July, 2019

    E Bikes open up The Highlands! A recent trip to Scotland to update our route for the Lochs and Glens to Edinburgh trip, gave one of the team a great opportunity to not only test the Ride with GPS app which is proving such a great hit with our clients this year, but also to experience… 

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  • Food specialities in Britain

    31st May, 2019

    Britain is known for its amazing variety - all within our small island. This is no less true of its food than of its landscapes and dialects. Many of these foods are associated with specific regions of Britain, some have a unique history and others are eccentrically British.… 

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  • Islands that inspire

    30th April, 2019

    We include such a wonderful array of islands on our cycling, walking and touring trips that we thought we would share a selection with you. 13th Century split Marken was separated from North Holland by a storm 8 centuries ago and remained an island until a causeway was built… 

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  • Notes from Connemara

    20th March, 2019

    ‘There are no strangers here; only friends you haven’t met yet’ William Butler Yeats As we recently took a trip to Connemara we thought we would share some of our thoughts and highlights - Connemara is a region on the west coast of Ireland, with coastline that is part of The… 

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