Holidays
24 listed, in and around May 2017.
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  North Wales MTB        no places availableRef: 1705
 
  Shropshire for Families          1   
28th April 2017 (Fri) - 1st May 2017 : 4 days£98-146 per family
Easy ABTOT   
Centre-based  :  Camping  :  Self catering
Based at a family-orientated campsite. Very relaxed pace, average 33mpd, with plenty of tea stops. Eleventh year of this very popular format. Families with children only please.
Leader: Neil WheadonRef: 1703
 
  Derbyshire, Peak Trails        no places availableRef: 1706
  France, Manche to Med        no places availableRef: 1707
 
  Spain, Spring in El Comtat Self-guided          2+   3   
6th May 2017 (Sat) - 13th May 2017 : 8 days£430
Moderate + / Enthusiast ABTOT   
Centre-based  :  Land-only  :  Guesthouse  :  Half board
Ride deep into the Sierra Aitana, journey along an ancient trading route from the Mediterranean and through remote landscapes unchanged for centuries. Mostly hilly terrain with largely good quality roads and a change of scenery with every turn. Explore the ancient town of Cocentaina during the evenings.
Leader: Marjorie SouthRef: 1708
 
  London, Essex & the River Thames          1   
11th May 2017 (Thu) - 15th May 2017 : 5 days£320
Easy ABTOT   
Centre-based  :  Hotel  :  Half board
See the sights of London on a train assisted ride, Essex villages and the River Thames. Rides of up to 35mpd approx. on mostly flat terrain. A long weekend of fun for anyone who can ride a bike. Non cycling partners welcome.
Leader: Bernie CurtisRef: 1709
 
  France, Montpellier to Mont Ventoux        no places availableRef: 1710
 
  Lands End to John O'Groats           3+ 
4 places available
12th May 2017 (Fri) - 31st May 2017 : 20 days£2140
Enthusiast + ABTOT   
Moving-on, Rest days  :  Hotel  :  Half board  :  Full vehicle support
Cycle from the bottom to the top of Great Britain. This very scenic tour uses mostly good quality hotels. With a longest day of 80 miles and many hills it is designed for the more experienced road cyclist.
Leader: Chris EllisonRef: 1711
 
  Spain, Spring in El Comtat Self-guided          2+   3   
13th May 2017 (Sat) - 20th May 2017 : 8 days£430
Moderate + / Enthusiast ABTOT   
Centre-based  :  Land-only  :  Guesthouse  :  Half board
Ride deep into the Sierra Aitana, journey along an ancient trading route from the Mediterranean and through remote landscapes unchanged for centuries. Mostly hilly terrain with largely good quality roads and a change of scenery with every turn. Explore the ancient town of Cocentaina during the evenings.
Leader: Marjorie SouthRef: 1712
 
  France, the Alsace Wine Route in Spring        no places availableRef: 1713
 
  Scotland, Kelso & the Borders          2   
THIS TOUR IS NOW FULL BUT IT IS BEING REPEATED 7-14 OCTOBER. SEE TOUR 1771
13th May 2017 (Sat) - 20th May 2017 : 8 days£532
Moderate ABTOT   
Centre-based  :  Hotel  :  Half board
Kelso is a fantastic hub for cycling in the Scottish Borders with the 4 Abbeys Cycleway, Tweed Cycle route, Borderloop, Coast and Castles and local routes all passing through. Based at the Cross Keys Hotel situated in the heart of Kelso's French-style cobbled square.
Leader: Pat & Ron HarrowRef: 1714
 
  Scotland, West Coast & Islands        no places availableRef: 1715
  Way of the Roses        no places availableRef: 1721
  Scotland, Inner Hebrides & Treshnish Isles        no places availableRef: 1716
  Albania        no places availableRef: 1717
 
  Edinburgh & the Scottish Borders          2+ 
27th May 2017 (Sat) - 3rd June 2017 : 8 days£160
Moderate + ABTOT   
Moving-on  :  Camping  :  Self catering  :  Carry own luggage
Starting in Edinburgh and moving into the Borders before finishing in East Lothian, less than 20 miles from Edinburgh. Cross the Forth Road Bridge and view the new bridge and the famous rail bridge, visit the Abbey towns in the Borders and travel through East Lothian, famous for its golf courses and fine agricultural heritage. Excellent train links to/from Edinburgh.
Leader: Brian P CurtisRef: 1718
 
  France, Manche to Med Supported        no places availableRef: 1719
  France, The Vercors & Rhône Valley        no places availableRef: 1720
 
  France, The Causses          2     3   
1st May 2017 (Mon) - 31st October 2017 : £970
Moderate / Enthusiast ABTOT   
Moving-on, Rest days, Self-guided  :  Land-only  :  Hotel  :  Half board  :  Carry own luggage
From the Quercy Causses in the west to the larger, higher Grands Causses in the east. These limestone plateaux cut by deep river gorges offer some of the most dramatic scenery in France. 14 nights.
Leader: Peter EnglandRef: 17s4
 
  France, Vivarais to Causses          2     3   
1st May 2017 (Mon) - 31st October 2017 : £970
Moderate / Enthusiast ABTOT   
Moving-on, Rest days, Self-guided  :  Land-only  :  Hotel  :  Half board  :  Carry own luggage
From the Vivarais Mountains where the Central Massif meets the Rhône valley to the bleached limestone hills as you approach the Mediterranean. Dramatic limestone gorges cut by the rivers Tarn and Jonte through the Causses are visited as well as the volcanic landscapes of the Mont Mezenc region. 14 nights.
Leader: Peter EnglandRef: 17s5
 
  France, Auvergne          2+   3   
15th May 2017 (Mon) - 30th September 2017 : £970
Moderate + / Enthusiast ABTOT   
Moving-on, Self-guided  :  Land-only  :  Hotel  :  Half board  :  Carry own luggage
Unique volcanic landscapes are at the heart of this region which offers the highest climbs of the Central Massif. 14 nights.
Leader: Peter EnglandRef: 17s2
 
  France, Causses to Pyrénées          3   
15th May 2017 (Mon) - 30th September 2017 : £970
Enthusiast ABTOT   
Moving-on, Self-guided  :  Land-only  :  Hotel  :  Half board  :  Carry own luggage
Several Pyrenean climbs are included. The Corbières with their Cathare castles, the lower slopes carpeted with vines, and the Espinouse Mountains provide a scenically contrasting link between the Pyrénées and the high limestone plateau. 14 nights.
Leader: Peter EnglandRef: 17s3
 

 
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