Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Tenerife: Mount Teide to the Coast

3 Jul , 2019  

Summer has been a bit of a late starter in the UK this year. The benefits of a bit of sunshine on our physical and mental health is undisputed, so now is the time to start thinking about that swift break later in the year to squeeze a little more sun out of 2019. The […]

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Adventure of the Week, Camino, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Camino de Santiago Final Stage – Sarria to Santiago

3 Apr , 2019  

Completion. Satisfaction. Sense of achievement. Many long distance walks provide these feelings. When you walk from one place with a destination in mind, then getting there and revelling in that achievement is a big part of the experience. If you want to have these feelings along with a bunch of strangers, many of whom are […]

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Adventure of the Week: Walking in Costa Almeria

20 Feb , 2019  

The Spanish coastline is quite famous for its two-weeks-in-the-sun resort towns. Such is the beauty of the coastline, the perfect summer weather, the great food, that pretty much the whole coastline has been developed to attract those looking for a relaxing or drunken escape to the sun. However, there is a dramatically beautiful part or […]

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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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Adventure of the Week: Picos de Europa to the Coast

25 Jul , 2018  

If you love to be surrounded by mountains, then the Alps is a natural destination to head to, but what if you want something a little different?  The Dolomites are a popular alternative, and the Julian Alps in Slovenia have also become popular, but nestled in the north of Spain there is an area oft […]

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Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Walking in La Gomera

11 Jul , 2018  

Crowded beaches crammed with families, a sea awash with giant unicorn lilos, pasty white skin, slowly turning brown as holidaymakers drowse off their hangover in the sun.  Arid, dusty landscapes and dry, harsh volcanic landscapes. Ok, this may be a slightly over the top description of what people think of when they picture the Canary […]

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Adventure of the Week, Camino, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Camino Portugués: The Coastal Way

24 Jan , 2018  

The Camino Portugués has been gaining in popularity for the last decade. Many people who walk the Camino Frances are looking for a ‘what next’ and walking from Lisbon, up to Santiago seems like the logical solution. A fantastic walk through the heart of Portugal, meeting its friendly people, eating the hearty food and drinking […]

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Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Walking in the Picos de Europa

18 Oct , 2017  

Where is my favourite place to visit? It’s the north of Spain. Best food in the world? North of Spain. Friendliest people I have met? North of Spain. Best mountain range for walking?….. ah, the north of Spain doesn’t have any good mountain ranges. Or so I thought.  Time to add a new item to […]

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Adventure of the Week, Macs Adventure, Walking

Adventure of the Week: Mallorca: Tramuntana Trails

28 Sep , 2017  

Some destinations have a reputation that precedes them. There are travellers turned-off by this every day. Places that are seen to be too dangerous, too difficult to get to, or too touristy. This weeks adventure of the week aims to smash the preconceptions people may have about the glory of Mallorca and get you out […]

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Adventure of the Week, Camino, Discovery, Walking

Adventure of the Week – Full Camino: St Jean Pied de Port to Santiago

6 Apr , 2017  

There are a few pilgrimage trails that are known the world over – the Kumano Kodo in Japan or the Inca Trail in Peru are notable examples – but in terms of notoriety and popularity, the Camino de Santiago is the king of the pilgrimage trails. Read on to learn more about the full Camino de […]

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