Exploring The Sorrento Peninsula
Combine leisurely walks on the Sorrento Peninsula and in the Lattari Mountains and enjoy visits to the myriad of local world class sites.
From magnificent shorelines to unspoilt mountains, walking holidays to Ireland give you a vast terrain to explore and traverse. With wild countryside spanning as far as the eye can see, this magical country is the perfect place to discover ancient buildings and beautiful rivers, while experiencing the signature charm Ireland has to offer.
Ireland is a beautiful and peaceful country which is best explored on foot. From the ocean to its highest mountains, there is so much to experience and see in this country that you won’t want to come home. When in Dublin, you will be able to walk along the Howth Peninsula’s cliff paths, located to the east of the city. At the end of the cliff is a charming lighthouse, which makes for an immensely photogenic scene. Meanwhile, during your trip to Belfast, you can visit the ruins of Dunseverick Castle, which is perched on the cliffs of the north coast of Ireland, and follow these cliffs by foot to the iconic Giant’s Causeway. The harbour city of Galway, located along Ireland’s west coast, is another must-see destination. With an expert guide, you will have the opportunity to climb to the 400-metre-high summit of Diamond Hill. From here, you will be able to take in the panoramic views of the sea, inland and the Twelve Bens - Connemara’s highest mountains.
(5, 7, 9 nights)
Cruise & Walk
Cruising around the Scottish coast is the ideal way to visit this amazing diversity as we explore the otherwise remote parts, the islands, creeks and little visited places which make the Scottish islands the most varied in the world.
Full and half day walks at a moderate pace over hilly terrain.
Most of these holidays have an element of sightseeing as well.
Half day walks will probably involve about 3 hours of walking, with full day walks having around 5 hours. Expect ascents and descents of up to 600m.
(5, 7, 9 nights)