Post by: Sinead Cunningham

Macs Adventure, News

5 Surprising / Funny / Brilliant Things We’ve Learned About Our Adventurers

31 Dec , 2018  

In December 2018 we ran a facebook advent calendar contest for a bit of festive fun. To enter, we asked our friends and followers to answer some of life’s important questions, from “What’s the one item you can’t travel without” to “What’s the funniest thing that’s happened on your travels” Your answers were brilliant, and […]

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Cycling, Macs Adventure, News, Walking

Your 2019 Adventure Calendar

31 Dec , 2018  

As one year ends, it’s time to reflect on adventures gone by, or maybe consign some things to the past and start looking forward to a year of fun, positivity, and adventurous times! Stuck for ideas? Here is our handy guide to where to go each month of 2019, to get the travel inspiration flowing […]

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Leisure Cycling, Macs Adventure, Walking

Macs Adventure Top 10 Walking and Cycling Tours of 2018

28 Dec , 2018  

The Macs Adventure tour list expands at a high rate every year as our products team work their socks off to find the most outstanding walking and cycling regions in the world. Not just find them, but then craft them into a delightful trip, full of backup, to ensure you have a hassle-free adventure every […]

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Macs Adventure

Walking the Camino del Norte: My first Camino

22 Nov , 2018  

The Camino del Norte has always been on my ” I MUST GO THERE” list, so when I was asked to head out in June for my Staff Familiarization trip my flights were booked within days. Since I worked with the trip, and spoke to customers and suppliers daily I had already made up my […]

Adventure of the Week, Cycling, Macs Adventure

Adventure of the Week: Classic Vermont Cycling

12 Sep , 2018  

Vermont is much more than the home-land of Maple Syrup and the gateway to New York. We can all learn something from this beautifully green mountain state. Its traditional farming heritage has shaped its modern-appreciation for food, arts and culture. Its an area of independent thinking, friendly communities and a passion for the great outdoors.  […]

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Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Secret Trails of Ibiza and Formentera

1 Aug , 2018  

Explore the natural beauty of Ibiza, far away from the “party island” scene which it is often known for. The Secret Trails of Ibiza and Formentera will open your eyes to a quiet but wonderfully authentic side to the Island, where you will step back in time to the sleepy retreat which it was traditionally known […]

Discovery, Macs Adventure, Tips & advice, Walking

Is the Via Francigena next on your adventure bucket list?

22 Jan , 2018  

  I had never heard of the “Via Francigena” before starting work at Macs. As an Italy enthusiast always looking for the next area to explore I couldn’t believe how little is written about this trail.  An 1800 km pilgrim trail from Canterbury to Rome, down through Switzerland, over the Alps via the Great St Bernard […]

Cycling, Macs Adventure, Staff

Cycling Pisa to Florence: Perfect for Solo Cyclists

13 Sep , 2017  

I undertook my first Macs trips as a Solo Traveller this year which I was really looking forward to.  As much as I love travelling with my boyfriend, and friends I enjoy the freedom of travelling alone, as well as the opportunity to leave your comfort zone and create your own journey. I started with […]

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Discovery, Walking

5 top tips to get the most from your Cinque Terre experience

24 Feb , 2017  

Portovenere and Palmaira Island

The Cinque Terre is so accessible from most parts of Italy, this often means its spent as a short break before hopping off to your next destination (which is what I did last September) I want to share some tips to help you have the most authentic experience possible….. 1. Food! Food! Food! Forget your […]

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Macs Adventure, Walking

Cinque Terre: A gateway to explore Italy

29 Nov , 2016  

Sinead in the Cinque Terre

I was super excited for my first visit to Cinque Terre in September this year; its dreamy Coastline, flexible walks through the Cinque Terre fishing villages and of course the Liguarian seafood. One of the many things which I found incredible was the accessibility of travelling onward to explore other areas of Italy. Just 1 […]

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