Ireland is nicknamed the Emerald Isle for good reason. The island’s rolling green hills dotted with sheep and cottages are reminiscent of another era. From rugged ocean-carved coastlines to glittering quartzite peaks to remote bogs blanketing lost landscapes
Ireland’s legendary “Wild Atlantic Way” runs the length of the country from Ireland’s northernmost point at Malin Head in County Donegal to Mizen Head, thought to be Ireland’s most southerly point. Common routes span some 400 miles, typically making it a real challenge. However, MT Sobek has isolated the most beautiful 70 miles to create an approachable itinerary that you won’t find anywhere else. Learn about the trip first-hand from our wonderful Irish guides, who ensure warm Irish hospitality every step of the way!
Provence is a vast region in southeastern France, framed by the Alps to the north and the Mediterranean Sea to the south. Though no one seems to agree as to the exact boundaries of Provence, one thing is certain: if the olive trees grow and the cicadas chant, if the sun-drenched hilltop villages are adorned with bright blue shutters and ruddy clay tiles, and especially if refreshing rosé is sipped at the village café, it’s definitely Provence!
Hiking from village to village in England’s iconic Cotswolds is a kind of therapy that’s hard to come by. On this journey we pass though a dreamlike countryside of rolling green hills, ancient hedgerows, and charming stone villages...