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Sun, sea, sand and adventure!

cornwallCelebrate the end of term with a weekend trip to Cornwall: 2–4 June 2017.

Cornwall is the home of picturesque seaside villages, rugged English countryside and hundreds of sandy beaches. Cornwall has the mildest climate in the UK, so is perfect for a short summer break.

This weekend trip is the perfect way to celebrate the end of term and start the summer.

Day 1: Depart Portsmouth and drive to the Eden Project.

The Eden Project is a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biodomes filled with jungles and waterfalls. The Eden Project is one of the biggest and most popular tourist attractions in Cornwall.

In the evening we’ll drive you to Newquay where you’ll stay for two nights in a hostel on top of a cliff, with views over Newquay beach. Breakfast is included and there’s free Wi-Fi.

Day 2: Wake up to the sound of the waves in this beautiful English seaside town – Newquay! Newquay is the surf centre of Europe and enjoys seven miles of glorious sandy beaches.

There’s something for everyone in Newquay – from surfing, walks with stunning scenery, rock climbing, abseiling, horse riding excursions, coasteering, water-skiing and jet-skiing, boat trips and sea safaris, fishing, shopping or just enjoying an ice-cream on the beach!

Newquay is the party capital of Cornwall.  Start your evening in a cosy real ale pub or a stylish bar and head off to a live music venue featuring international acts or a happening nightclub hosted by a top DJ.

Day 3: Spend your last day in Newquay relaxing on the beach, enjoying an English Cream Tea or maybe take a surfing lesson before the coach leaves in the afternoon for Portsmouth.

Tickets costs £85 and include executive coach travel, entry to the Eden Project and two nights stay with breakfast included in Newquay.

Get your tickets HERE!

Tickets MUST be booked before the deadline of 23 April.


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