Exploring our coastal heritage
From the palm trees of the Cornish coast to the windswept beaches of Scottish islands, from the Liffey to the Mersey, from the South Downs to the slopes of Ben Nevis, our nine cruises promise contrast at every turn. This group of holidays includes: Roaming around Britain, Roaming around Britain Ireland and Roaming around Scotland.
Our unique shore walks and excursions include:
Falmouth: An idyllic walk along the South West Coast Path brings us into the tranquil waters of the Helford Estuary, then through the lush foliage of Glendurgan Gardens.
Belfast: From Dunseverick Castle on Ireland’s north coast we follow the cliff-tops on foot to the Giants’ Causeway.
Fort William: At the northeast point of Loch Linnhe and in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Fort William is encircled by breathtaking vistas. We take a walk in Glen Nevis, packed with stunning scenery and cascading waterfalls.
Portree: We climb one of the most iconic peaks of the Western Isles, Skye’s Old Man of Storr, with views to Raasay, Harris and many other islands.
Invergordon: We climb Cnoc Fyrish for views over Dornoch and Cromarty Firths. Later we can visit Glenmorangie Distillery in Tain.
Kirkwall: From the Kitchener Memorial we walk across moorland and along cliff tops to the Orkney Islands’ most famous prehistoric site, Scara Brae.
Tobermory: The pastel-painted houses of Mull’s main town are the starting point for our walk east from the port, passing waterfalls and lily-covered lochs.
Loch Fyne: Famous for its fresh seafood, we walk and discover the ruins of Robert the Bruce’s 14th century castle, stroll along White Shore beach and maybe venture to Inverary Castle.