Cornwall and more…
2024 walking tours
Andalucia, Spain, May 4-20
Cornwall in May, June, July, August, September
See Holiday Availability page for dates.
Isles of Scilly, June 6-13 and Aug 12-19
Thames Valley walk, July
Dartmoor National Park, mid July – tbc
Picos de Europa, Spain, September – fully booked
Capadoccia, Turkey, Oct – tbc
Latest news from Martin:
We completed our 36th season recently – the finale being our Lazio & Tuscany tour in Italy. If you are on Facebook, look here for recent posts and photoes of our 2023 tours: https://www.facebook.com/AdventurelineUK/
This year, my son Ross lead several tours in Cornwall, Dartmoor, The Isles of Scilly and Iceland. Over the coming years, he may lead some more tours, although I will still guide many tours myself. We need to encourage our children (the next generation of travellers) to start touring with Adventureline!
We can refund your deposit should you be unable to travel due to Covid, or alternatively count it as credit towards another holiday. This offer is only available until two months before the holiday start date, so thereafter you should have adequate travel insurance.
I will be heading to Cappadocia in Turkey next April to research a walking tour there for October next year or in Spring 2025 – so watch this space!
Walking the World with Adventureline
We have 36 years of experience and offer a varied range of expertly planned tours to choose from.
Cornwall (in Britain’s far southwest) is Martin and Ross’s home and this is where it all began over 36 years ago. Since then, Adventureline has expanded further afield, discovering new and interesting places and developing exciting itineraries to offer their regulars – which are many. So although Cornwall remains (and always will be) the most popular destination, these days you could find Martin or Ross leading tours almost anywhere in the world.
Since 1988, Adventureline’s guided walking and exploration holidays have proved popular with adventurers of all ages, nationalities and backgrounds, because Martin is fun to be around – he also has a wealth of knowledge and experience (now being passed onto his son Ross) which he enthuses about.
Informally, yet with skill and humour, Martin and his colleagues reveal the complex relationships of landscapes, people and their history, flora and fauna in his beautiful home county of Cornwall and in many other enchanting environments in the UK and abroad.
Increasingly over the years, the local varieties of food and wines (and other specialities) have featured more and more on Martin’s tours. He always tries to get to the bottom of what makes any area and its people tick – and that’s why Martin’s tours are always so interesting and so much fun to be on.
Over the past 36 years, many guests have returned over and over again, becoming good friends. Our repeat figures run at well over 60% per year, which says something about the popularity of Martins’ tours.
Martin is always interested in others, so you will be appreciated and enjoyed too, for whoever you are and wherever you come from. Martin’s groups often turn out to be an eclectic International mix, which makes for a dynamic and fun group to be a part of.
This Month’s Featured Holiday
May 4th – 20th
This will be our 2nd such tour, best done in early Spring, as it can get rather too hot after late May. With my good friend Javier Sanchez, we will guide you into some of Andalucia’s less well known regions, where you will come to appreciate how life is lead in this unusual region inland – some distance from the more popular coast, known as “The Costa del Sol”. The tour is based in three different and unique places: the first week is spent in my Cornish friend Edward’s remote little hamlet of casitas known as “El Canuello” where we will have the use of several of his wonderful little cottages that overlook the swimming pool, with distant views down to the coast, far below. While staying here, we will take some walks in the countryside and will also visit some bee keepers and goat herders and also make a day trip to Cordoba, the wonderful Moorish city inland from here, with the huge and unique Mezquita Moorish Mosque. We then move on to one of the White Villages of the region called ‘Competa’. Here we will hike and also visit a wonderful vineyard. After that, we move down to Nerja on the coast for an optional ‘add on’ of several nights, enabling us to visit the famous caves here and also to take a day trip to Granada and the Alhambra – as well as to chill a little after being in the high country.
Full details here: https://adventureline.co.uk/international-walks/spain-andalucia/