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At 9 miles by 5 miles, Jersey is the largest of the Channel Islands between England and France. An independent, English-speaking territory with a mix of British and French cultures, it's known for its beaches, walking trails along cliffs and inland valleys, as well as its defensive castles.
From world class attractions, shopping and sport to legendary music and the "Beatles Story" museum or a spot of retail therapy at 'Liverpool 1', the city region is bursting with the widest choice of things to do.
Without spoiling the features which generations of visitors have loved, imaginative schemes have transformed the town centre, old town and Harbour areas. Aptly described as the Garden Coast, explore traditional shop, galleries, studios and boutiques in the Creative Quarter as well as many independent specialist retailers.
Saundersfoot is a small seaside resort situated in the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast National Park area. Nearby is Tenby and a whole host of interesting places waiting to be discovered. Saundersfoot beach is wide, sandy and has a blue flag ideal for enjoying long summer days.
Sand Bay is a strip of coast in North Somerset bordered to the south by Worlebury Hill and to the north by Middle Hope and Sand Point near the seaside resort of Weston-super-Mare, and across the Bristol Channel from South Wales and adjacent to the village of Kewstoke. Set in a beautiful open landscape the grounds of the park are landscaped.
Scarborough, Britain’s first seaside resort, has been welcoming visitors for over 360 years and is still as popular as ever. Enjoying a setting which is unsurpassed for scenic beauty, Scarborough is bounded by the North Yorkshire Moors and the rolling pastures of the North Wolds.
Buckingham Palace is recognised around the world as the focus of national and royal celebrations as well as the backdrop to the regular Changing the Guard ceremony. Explore the magnificent State Rooms which are open to visitors for 10 weeks each summer
A kaleidoscope of music, dance and entertainment. All set against the iconic backdrop of Edinburgh Castle. See your evening burst into life with a colourful blend of Scottish pipe and drum bands, highland dancers and performers from across the world. 2019 is advertised as being bigger, better and more technically thrilling than ever before.
On this captivating tour, unwind in the picturesque surroundings of North Wales. Explore its coastlines and islands, discover an astonishing fantasy castle, experience one of the ‘must do’ rail journeys in the world and the famous Puffin Island cruise.
Few locations exude an English prettiness as readily as the Cotswolds. We visit attractive market towns, steam train ride through the rolling Cotswolds countryside to visit what is regarded as Middle England's most beautiful castle and time is spent exploring Shakespeare's home town.
The County Durham town of Bishop Auckland is home to ‘Kynren – an epic tale of England’. This is a mesmerising live action extravaganza that takes you on a whistle stop tour of 2,000 years of history, myth and legend. Taking place on a vast landscaped stage with a huge lake at its centre hiding a host of surprises, you’ll meet many of the characters and events that have shaped the north east - and the country as a whole - as the 29 scenes, encompassing the Roman occupation to World War II, unfol
The world-famous Blackpool Illuminations have been one of the UK's greatest visitor attractions for more than 100 years. And the seafront show remains as compelling as ever thanks to new investment and innovation each year. 2019 promises plenty - with new arrival points, exciting new features and of course, many old favourites!!
Visit Scarborough and its two sweeping sandy beaches, rugged castle ruins, and museums for rain days. There's plenty to do in Scarborough. Take a boat trip off shore to meet lazy seal colonies, Follow the dinosaur footprints on North and South Bays, then see the real things fossilised in the geology museum.
Enjoy a short break in the fine city of Norwich and experience the ultimate festive experience pf the Thursford Christmas Spectacular, a blen of Christmas spirit, oustanding music and songs from a cast of over 100 performers in dazzling costumes.
Whilst in St Anne's, you are free to relax at the hotel, explore the resort at your own pace, visit the attractions, perhaps taking a trip over to Blackpool and take a tram ride along the seafront or even make use of local transport links to other parts of the Fylde Coast such as Fleetwood.
Situated at the head of the Vale of Conwy overlooking Conwy Bay, Llandudno has all the elements of a quntessential seaside resort. The wide promendae of Llandudno Bay is lined with miles of sandy beaches and the Victorian pier is the longest in Wales.
Blackpool is a seaside resort on the Irish Sea coast of England. It's known for Blackpool Pleasure Beach, an old-school amusement park with vintage wooden roller coasters. Built in 1894, the landmark Blackpool Tower houses a circus, a glass viewing platform and the Tower Ballroom, where dancers twirl to the music of a Wurlitzer organ.
Visit Scarborough and its two sweeping sandy beaches, rugged castle ruins, and museums for rain days. There's plenty to do in Scarborough. Take a boat trip off shore to meet lazy seal colonies, follow the dinosaur footprints on North and South Bays, then see the real things fossilised in the geology museum.
This tour is inclusive of return coach transfers and dinner and breakfast accommodation in resort. Whilst in Scarborough, you are free to relax at the hotel, explore the resort at your own pace, visit the attractions, or make the most of local transport links to other Yorkshire coastal destinations including Bridlington, Robin Hoods Bay and Whitby.