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Follow the winding route of the Danube and discover the lively history of one of Europe's most important rivers. Cycle past Austrian castles, Benedictine monasteries and ancestral vineyards en route to Vienna. The dedicated cycle path takes you across the fertile plains of the Wachau Valley, where vineyards climb the slopes to imposing medieval monasteries perched atop hills between Melk and... Read More
Lake Constance, formed by the Rhine Glacier during the Ice Age, consists of three bodies of water: the Obersee (upper lake), the Untersee (lower lake), and a connecting stretch of the Rhine called the Seerhein. It is bordered by three countries - Germany, Switzerland and Austria - and sits at the northern foot of the Alps. On this circular cycle around the lake, visit the medieval towns of... Read More
The south west coastline of Turkey has long been a popular destination for travellers seeking golden beaches and clear Mediterranean water, combined with friendly Turkish culture, a rich history and delicious cuisine. This centre based cycling exploration of the coastal and hinterland regions of Fethiye, which has been built on the ancient ruins of Telmessos, provides a choice of exciting day... Read More
Situated closer to the coast of France but officially a dependency of the British Crown, the Channel Islands combine the charms of their neighbours with a unique character that is both endearing and fiercely independent. Of the eight permanently inhabited islands which make up the 'Channel Islands', this engaging cycling trip explores three; Jersey, Guernsey and the tranquil car free haven that... Read More
The Mediterranean coast of Turkey, or Lycia as it is historically known, offers a huge variety of landscapes to explore: limestone mountains over 2000m high; clear blue wild-flowing rivers; deep rocky canyons; cool forests of pine and sycamore; peaceful lakes and streams; and some of the best beaches of the Mediterranean. On this action packed adventure, visit the spectacular Saklikent Canyon,... Read More
On board a two-masted wooden motor yacht, cruise the Ionian Islands along the west coast of Greece. From Corfu with its Venetian-style Old Town and its Sisi-castle, the trip takes in the islands of Lefkas, Cephalonia and Ithaca, the alleged home of Odysseus. On Meganisi and Paxos - an island covered in olive trees and where time seems to have stood still, we gain an appreciation of traditional... Read More
Explore the stunning islands and coastline of southern Dalmatia on board a charming boat, with overnights in scenic ports and quiet bays. Each day brings a new island to discover either by bike or on foot or even by raft. There is always the option to remain on board, relax and take a swim or wander the streets of historic harbour towns. In the company of your guide and crew the activities are... Read More
Puglia, Italy's gateway to the Orient, is a land forged in history by a mixture of civilisations and cultures. This enriching walking trip combines archeological and architectural treasures with hiking through valleys and along coastal paths surrounded by landscapes of red earth, olive groves and vineyards. See the unique dry stone cottages known as trulli in intriguing Alberobello and the cave... Read More
Explore three countries by bike in one week between Italy, Slovenia and Croatia. The history of the Republic of Venice provides the background to the entire trip. From the canal city of Venice, pass beaches, simple fishing villages and grand palaces as you make your way along the coastline and to the plain of Friuli. Ancient Roman towns and numerous castles are dotted on the route to the lively... Read More
Journey through the historic Veneto region and beyond to the regions of Lombardia and Emilia-Romagna. Beginning in the magical city of Venice, cycle through seaside towns and along rivers and canals to the Renaissance town of Mantova. Along the way, take in the artistic, cultural and historical legacies entwined in the region and explore the unique landscapes of the Venetian lagoon and the Po... Read More

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