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SIGHTSEEING & WALKING HOLIDAYS
These Gentle walking holiday itineraries are designed to suit those who are interested in experiencing a focus on sightseeing and history on their walking holiday. To enhance your experience, on all of these holidays an expert local guide will accompany your small group for at least half a day and on most long haul holidays a local guide will accompany your tour leader for the majority of the holiday. Please see each 'Holiday Information' sheet for more details.

OUR SIGHTSEEING & WALKING HOLIDAYS


NICE Jewel of the Côte d’Azur
NEW We will explore the art museums of Matisse and Chagall and visit the Villa Ephrussi, famous for its nine exquisitive themed gardens and wonderful sea views. We will also have time to explore Nices many markets. Add to this the romance of hill towns like Eze, Vence and St Paul de Vence, the cornice roads, a sprinkling of Roman remains, villas of the rich and famous, and you have all the ingredients for the perfect city breakRegional R1
NEXT DEPT: 11 Nov 15 
DURATION: 5 nights
GRADE: E,Short Escapes,Sightseeing
FROM: £465
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GARDENS OF THE FRENCH RIVIERA Explore stunning gardens under the Mediterranean sun.
In our week's French walking holiday on the Cote d'Azur our garden visits will be combined with local walks - for example the Friedrich Nietzsche path from Eze down to the sea or the walk around the peninsula at Cap Ferrat. Under the Mediterranean sun Nice and the Cote d'Azur offer some garden gems.Regional R1
NEXT DEPT: 09 Apr 16 
DURATION: 7 nights
GRADE: E,Sightseeing
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WALKING THE YPRES SALIENT Belgium’s historic landscape and battlefields of the Flanders Fields
NEW The Ypres Salient is the curved front line which formed around the city of Ypres during WW1 and was the site of some of the fiercest and most senseless fighting of the war. This isn’t a battlefields tour, but we'll walk and discover the beautiful undulating countryside and villages of the Flanders Fields battles along the way.
NEXT DEPT: 10 Sep 15 
DURATION: 7 nights
GRADE: D,Sightseeing
FROM: £875
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SEVILLE Highlights of Seville – An Andalucian gem
NEW Situated on the banks of the river Guadalquivir, and once the capital of Andalucia, Seville is one of the most attractive and historic cities in Spain. It’s a city that is very easy to explore on foot and we’ll see as much as we can during our time here.
NEXT DEPT: 21 Apr 16 
DURATION: 3 nights
GRADE: Short Escapes,Sightseeing
FROM: £690
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BARCELONA A city of great architecture, open spaces and culture.
A week of sightseeing and guided walks in the vibrant city of Barcelona. In Spain, walking can be an urban pleasure too! Nestling between the mountains and the sea, Barcelona is a combination of unique architecture, wide open spaces and two-and-a-half miles of expansive beach front.Regional R1
NEXT DEPT: 15 Oct 15 
DURATION: 5 nights
GRADE: E,Short Escapes,Sightseeing
FROM: £755
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CLASSICAL ANDALUCIA A journey to Seville, Córdoba and Granada
Andalucia thrills the senses. Besides visiting the treasures of each city, we explore the rural delights of the surrounding countryside on foot. This is the land of olive trees, old stone cortijos and little-visited villages. Regional R1
NEXT DEPT: 01 Sep 15 
DURATION: 14 nights
GRADE: D,Sightseeing
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PICASSO'S MALAGA  An Andalucian city of culture
NEW Having been ruled by the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Moors and Christians, history has left its mark on the Spanish coastal city of Málaga. The Moorish Gibralfaro Castle and Alcazaba dominate the skyline. The majestic 18th century Gothic Cathedral, still unfinished to this day and the Roman theatre, which holds performances throughout the year, bring the city’s past alive. Regional R1
NEXT DEPT: 15 Apr 16 
DURATION: 3 nights
GRADE: Short Escapes,Sightseeing
FROM: £340
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EXPLORING HALKIDIKI Combining our Halkidiki and Olympiada holidays!
NEW Greece’s verdant peninsula of Sithonia, in Halkidiki, has pine and oak forests, olive groves, fruit trees and vineyards give way to golden beaches, azure seas, picturesque harbours and fishing hamlets. Greece’s most northern region of Macedonia, which borders the Balkans, is an absolute delight. This is Greece at its most welcoming with quiet coastal towns, uncrowded beaches, shady village squares, local markets and of course, the quintessential Greek hospitality.
NEXT DEPT: 10 Oct 15 
DURATION: 14 nights
GRADE: D,Sightseeing
FROM: £1,020
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