The Pyrenees are impressive, with snow on their tops most of the year. But most interesting is the two very different cultures that they span. Near the coastal resort of Biarritz on the Atlantic coast, the area is Basque speaking while in the eastern Mediterranean you'll feel you are in Catalonia in both language and culture. In the central part of the Pyrenees the the Parc National des Pyrénées is a paradise for varied flora and fauna lovers.
What does the tour include? An amazing cable car ride to the Pic the Midi, a 4x4 route into the Ordesa National Park, a visit to the interesting San Juan Monastery and some of the most incredible (and fun) mountain roads in Europe.
Treasures of Andalucia Tour for Classic Jaguar cars
6th - 18th May 2021
An amazing adventure to discover Andalucia in your classic Jaguar with Spanish guides that will escort you throughout this twelve night tour in 4 & 5 Star hotels. Commencing and finishing in Bilbao you will visit Toledo, Cordoba, Jerez de la Frontera, the white villages and Ronda, the world famous Alhambra in Granada returning close to the Sierra Nevada. Excursions to the mosque in Cordoba, famous Spanish horse school in Jerez and a flamenco show are some of what is included. Daily Tulip notes and places of interest included in the Road Book.
This is, with no doubts, one of the most authentic regions os Spain. Don't loose your opportunity of discover it with our experts on the area that will take you to all those special places not usually open for tourist but for travellers.
St. James’s Way & Douro ValleyThe International Club for Rolls Royce & Bentley Enthusiasts
20th - 29th May 2021
The Iberian Peninsula is one of the places with the greatest cultural, geographical and climatic diversity in Europe. “Like a continent in miniature size” as some geographers have described it; rich in history and traditions, forged over the centuries by its different inhabitants, giving it a unique and different character.
On this tour the travellers will have the opportunity to see first-hand one of the oldest and most well known traditions in the whole world: THE SANTIAGO PILGRIMAGE TRAIL also known as ST.JAMES´S WAY (El Camino de Santiago), a route that began to be frequented by pilgrims in the ninth century and still continues today.
The trail’s objective is to reach the tomb of the Apostle Santiago (St James), which is located inside the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral in Galicia, from different parts of Europe.
The route will start in Bilbao, where the travellers will disembark the ferry from Portsmouth and from here the tour will drive along the beautiful roads of northern Spain, stopping in different cities, enjoying great hotels and wonderful landscapes, until reaching Santiago de Compostela.
Tourers will have the opportunity to get to know the north of Portugal for a few days, visiting the impressive city of Oporto and tasting its famous wine along the banks of the Douro river, after which they will return to Spain stopping in Salamanca and Valladolid. From there travellers will return to Santander where the ferry will return to Portsmouth.
We have all read one of those lists of best roads in travel guides or car magazines. The Alps, the Pyrenees, the Rocky mountains, Norway, Scotland… the order changes, but it’s always the same.
Classics on the Road have driven all of them over the years and we have our own winner. Picos de Europa is simply the best place for a road trip.
There are higher mountain passes, deeper gorges or more luxurious destinations, but none of them mixes all the ingredients the way the Picos does. Add the best local gastronomy of Northern Spain, and perfect uncrowded roads and you will find out why Picos de Europa is our winner.
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Grand Tour of ScotlandThe International Club for Rolls Royce & Bentley Enthusiasts
20th - 29th September 2021
On this ten day – nine night tour, the drive will be across beautiful Scotland, crossing the southern uplands, central lowland and highland regions. Scotland´s geography is a huge part of its charm. From wild coastline to sandy coves, rolling hills, national parks, dense forests and sparling lochs.
Scotland is home to some of the most stunning landscapes in the British Isles.