Decisions, decisions, decisions

There is no question that we are undoubtedly spoiled living in the UK or Ireland when it comes to exploring the countryside. While we know that many of you are so keen to explore the rest of the world, it can be such a shame to miss out on what, literally can be found on your doorstep or pretty close by. Sometimes we forget that the UK is an island and, as a consequence there are coastal footpaths literary from John O’Groats to Lands’ End which provide us with a wealth of stunning scenery.

UK walking holidays, especially walking weekends, becoming more and more popular and with the recent devaluation of the UK pound after the result of the Brexit a referendum, here at Celtic Trails we know that more of you will be looking to take a holiday in the UK this year. What we would like to impress upon you is this should not be a disappointment but more an opportunity to discover more about this beautiful nation you live in. What we also know from feedback received from many of our delighted clients is that you will be surprised just how much of the UK and Ireland you know so little about.Of course if you concentrate too much on coastal walking holidays you’ll forget that inland there are world-famous locations that we know many of you will not have visited, and which should definitely be on your bucket list. In Scotland you have the Great Glen Way, in England the South Downs Way, while walking holidays in Wales offers you Offa’s Dyke Path, and in Ireland the memorable Kerry Way.

Before you begin to worry about the potentially strenuous nature of a walking holiday in the UK, please know that we have carefully researched all the best locations and can provide you with comprehensive details on which locations for a walking holiday in the UK will best suit your levels of energy and enthusiasm! To find out more, all you need to do is get in contact with us.

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