The Jurassic Coast and Durdle Door
Tavistock - birthplace of Sir Francis Drake
The Wilds of Dartmoor and the Roman city of Exeter
Glastonbury Tor and Bath
4 April 2018 until 27 March 2019
Every Wednesday. Duration 3 days
Departure point: Greenline Coach Terminal, Bulleid Way, Victoria, SW1 W9
Close out: 26 December 2018 & 2 January 2019
Neolithic standing stone circle of Stonehenge. Having explored this mystical place, your tour will continue to the dramatic south Dorset Coast enjoying panoramic views over white sandy beaches and the natural rock arch of Durdle Door. An afternoon here to explore some of the coast before arriving at the historic city of Exeter, which was the most south westerly fortified settlement of the ancient Roman empire. You are based here for 2 nights.
Your morning is spent exploring the magnificent wilderness of Dartmoor, the ancient “Clapper Bridge” at Postbridge and the historic market town of Tavistock, home to Sir Francis Drake. Return to Exeter in the early afternoon to explore this Roman town, with its underground passages, ancient walls, Royal Albert Memorial museum and its famous 12th century Norman Cathedral. Your second night is spent here.
Today you head first to Glastonbury – a lovely old market town. Glastonbury Tor rises high above the town and has mythical connections with King Arthur and Avalon. Climb the Tor for a spectacular view across three counties or explore the town centre with its many independent shops. You then continue on to Bath for lunch and an afternoon of exploring and sightseeing in a town full of relics of its Roman past and of course its famous bath. The abbey is also well worth a visit. From here we return to London around 19.00 after three wonderfully varied days visiting the best of South West England.
Whats Included in the tour
2 nights B&B accommodation with breakfast
Services of a professional driver guide
Food and drink, unless specified