Easter British Isles Discovery
A VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY TAKING IN THE INCREDIBLE DIVERSITY OF THE BRITISH COASTLINE.
With a whole world to discover, its all too easy to forget the treasures we have right on our doorstep. Allow us to remind you with an itinerary that strays far from the tourist trail and shines some light onto the most fascinating corners of our diverse nation. Focusing on Britains many beautiful islands, we will take you from the tranquillity of Tobermory in Mull, with its charming rainbow-hued buildings, to the quaint capital of St. Peter Port in Guernsey, where England meets France amid a picture-postcard landscape.
Portree, Isle of Skye
Youll believe youve entered a Tolkienesque fantasy landscape when you see Skyes surreal crags and peaks but youll be sure of a warm welcome from the down-to-earth locals in the capital of Portree.
Tobermory, Isle of Mull
The colourful houses of Tobermory are picture perfect, resembling a contented childs view of the world. You may even imagine youre dreaming, but your eyes will open wide at the stunning surrounding scenery.
St. Marys, Isles of Scilly
The Scilly Isles are a subtropical paradise off the coast of Cornwall. Little more than six square miles, St Marys is the largest, with an atmosphere unlike anything youll experience on the mainland.
St. Peter Port, Guernsey
Quainter and more unspoilt than its near neighbour St. Helier, St. Peter Port is part-Francophile fishing port, part-bustling capital and a playground for the wealthy, who know a good thing when they see it.