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Some people say that traveling is investing in happiness and we are sure that you will have a memorable experience on this trip. We start our tour leaving behind London and heading to Wells considered the smallest city in England.

Its streets are very unique filled with small restaurants and souvenir shops typical of the area. You will want to take lots of things with you!

It is wonderful to contemplate how the water runs around the city. Still marvellous with its gothic cathedral with a mysterious clock which was built in 1180 and is open for visitors, so it’s not to be missed!

We continue our journey and it is time to stop at Dartmoor, a place of dreams ideal for hiking and climbing.

Have you heard of these landscapes? We tell you that Sherlock Holmes's famous novel "The Hound of the Baskervilles" is inspired by these natural scenes of such fantastic sites.

After hearing the history and information by our guide we prepare to go for dinner to get to know each other much better.

What does it include?

    • Nights in boutique hotels

    • Full English breakfast every day.

    • Dinners

    • Road transport

    • Qualified tourist guide.

    • Walking guided tour.

What visits are included?

What's not included?

    • Flight tickets to-from UK.
FROM
200.00

*per person, per day.

Day 1

We start our tour leaving behind London and heading to Wells, which considered the smallest city in England. It is wonderful to contemplate how the water runs around the city. Still marvellous with its gothic cathedral with a mysterious clock which was built in 1180 and is open for visitors, so it’s not to be missed! We continue our journey and it is time to stop at Dartmoor, a place of dreams ideal for hiking and climbing.


Day 2

We start the day enjoying a typical Dartmoor gastronomic breakfast to recharge. Then it's time to visit Port Isaac, a very popular small fishing village because its landscapes have been used to film many movies and television series including Doc Martin and The Shell Seekers. We then continue our journey to stop in Falmouth, place that will be our accommodation during the next 3 nights.


Day 3

Our morning begins in one of the most prestigious cities in England which is famous for its remarkable natural harbour considered the largest in Western Europe. After that it is time to go to St Ives, a seaside resort whose beaches are the best in England and are characterized by its peculiar golden sand. Now we will walk through the streets of St. Ives capturing the best scenes of their picturesque houses as they still retain their traditional architecture. As dusk looms, we continue this day on Mount St. Michael, a rocky island located on the coast of Penzance, where we will explore its medieval castle. Then we will return to our hotel in Falmouth for a magnificent dinner.


Day 4

At Extra Mile Tours we know you need to give yourself a break to explore Falmouth that's why you have the day off to wander around! We recommend you visit places like the National Maritime Museum in Cornwall, the Pendennis Castle, lots of cafés, souvenir shops and boutiques, or if you want to go further, you can take a ferry to St. Mawes or take advantage of reading a book at Glendurgan, where you can picnic while admiring its gardens and movie mazes.


Day 5

On day 5 we will visit Tregothnan, the first UK tea plantation where we will explore the farm full of wonderful and exotic species, where we will taste the tea that is produced there. Later, we will continue to Fowey, a popular destination for its incomparable natural beauty giving that touch of authenticity to those who love to take a boat trip. After such an interesting day we head to the hotel for the night!


Day 6

Today we leave Fowey behind, making a stop at Polperro, a tourist destination that has an old fashioned fishing port. This trip then takes us to Dorset, a very popular rural county for its Jurassic coast and archaeological sites where we will visit Lyme Regis, locality known as the famous Pearl of Dorset, fossils can till be seen on beaches and cliffs, so it is considered a World Heritage Site. As night arrives and it is time to recharge at Hawkchurch, we will enjoy dinner and rest for the night.


Day 7

Our day starts by admiring Hawkchurch, also known as "The Village of Roses". In 1878 the Rev. John Going became rector to the parish and planted rose trees on the walls of every cottage. We then travel to Salisbury, a town where the gothic cathedral is preserved today that retains an exact copy of the Magna Carta. Now, we go from a city with a great historical heritage to London where our tour ends.


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