Dorset and East Devon

With its spectacular Jurassic Coast, rolling hills, beautiful beaches, historic houses and gardens, ancient castles and forts, idyllic villages and charming market towns, East Devon and Dorset is truly unique. Quiet country lanes and a network of footpaths  make it an ideal walking  holiday destination.

 It's the country of Thomas Hardy, who immortalised it in his writing. Its beautiful, yet still secret, still a quiet landscape and still well worth uncovering the secret.

The walking- both coastal and inland - will please the most discerning of walkers. The views are excellent, and you do not have to climb very far to have a magnificent panorama.

We stay in the lovely sea side resort of Sidmouth - which hosts our walking haolidays with style.

 


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               I had a wonderful holiday in Majorca, thanks, and Eileen certainly looked after us well and communicated her great love for and knowledge of the island.  As a stroller I found all the walks on offer within my capabilities  -  we visited some lovely villages and saw the agriculture first-hand.  The mountain walks were great too.  Obviously one needs to be there longer to fully appreciate the towns and particularly Palma which we didn't visit on the day off because we prefered a local walk to Cala Sant Vincens.  Must return!     Our hotel the Daina was terrific and by far the best I've experienced on a walking holiday with the Tripic probably in second place.  I felt that its location in the centre of Port de Pollensa was much better than the Uyal's because we had several supermarkets close by plus the bus terminus and we found it very quick to walk to the town square after dinner.  I couldn't fault it. As you know, our group was small (8) but I heard that the previous week there were 31 walkers which is quite a crowd!  OK for 2 walk leaders if they split evenly but I would have been rather dismayed to be walking with so many others and of course the social aspect might not be so good.     All the best to you and Chris and I hope your year is panning out excellently!  Kind regards, VIV                                                                                    

Viv Lambert

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