Are you fed up with the usual beach holidays? Laying by the pool, soaking up the sun? Perhaps you would like to experience something different – challenging maybe?
With World Environmental Day just around the corner, why not make this the perfect excuse to look out your rucksack, pack your climbing boots and head to the mountains in Spain?
Let’s face it. If you’re going to pack up and head to the mountains in Spain, you don’t want to be doing things by halves.
If it’s a challenge you’re looking for, why not set your targets on reaching the top of Mulhacen – the highest mountain in Spain with a peak of 3482m!
Mulhacen Mountain is located in the Sierra Nevada – a natural park filled with mountains all of which hit peaks of 3000m and above and with year round professional guides available, you don’t just have to stick to the summer months to tackle these giants.
Return flights to Malaga departing Wednesday 5 July, returning Wednesday 12 July for only £76pp*
Cycle around Malta
If walking isn’t your cup of tea, why not hop on a bike and pedal your way around the beautiful island of Malta?
Cycling in the Maltese Islands as a leisurely or sporty activity is on the increase for people of all ages, and with bikes being available for hire you don’t even need to think about packing your own.
You could experience the idyllic landscapes surrounding the island of Malta on your own or as part of a group. With many organised cycling tours to choose from you can plan your trip to suit you.
Return flights to Malta departing Thursday 13 July, returning Thursday 20 July for just £74pp*