Famous historical places come 'thick and fast' in Scotland, none more so than the Firths of Forth and Clyde. An area which undoubtedly shaped Britain's heritage and played a significant role in the development of the modern world. On this popular maritime tour we have included some magic treasures, from being hoisted 35 metres high in a boat to a wildlife cruise on the Forth - you even stay in a castle!
If you are undecided just which Jones Holiday Tours short break to sample, why not add a touch of adventure and try one of our popular Mystery Breaks.All that we can divulge about these tours is the date and price;the rest we leave to your imagination and we won't spoil the excitement of the surprise by giving you any further clues, other than you will travel by luxury coach and enjoy an excellent sightseeing itinerary, benefiting from our years of experience before arriving at your destination.
There is so much to see and do in Cumbria that you will find that there are just not enough hours in the day or days in the week, you can meander around charming Lakeland towns and villages, explore the history of the area as well as visiting castle and historical houses.
A sightseeing spectacular from the beautiful Elan Valley to the rugged and scenic mountains of mid Wales and the majestic city of Worcester. Our tour is based in the lee of the Malvern Hills at the spa town of Great Malvern. This is a tour of many contrasts.
Lough Erne is the jewel in Fermanaghs' crown with 300 hundred miles of freshwater dotted with green wooded islands making it one of Europes best kept secret - what better way to discover it than with a Summer Dinner Cruise. One of our most successful tours in 2015.
Looe is one of Cornwall's prettiest and most interesting fishing villages with its picturesque harbour. East Looe has a charming maze of narrow streets and antique shops, traditional pubs and fish market. Visit the 16th century Guild Hall which is now a museum, Looe also has a magnificent sandy beach.
Sir Winston Churchill was one of this country's greatest statesmen, he was born in 1874 in Blenheim Palace and died in 1965 aged 90, he is buried in the little church at Blayton, just a short distance from Blenheim. Bletchley with all its wartime secrets and home to the Enigma decoding machine.
The journey through the centre of the Highlands is especially scenic but as the Scottish mainland slips astern a feeling of mystery unfolds cross the Pentland Firth, a graveyard to sunken ships adds to the mystic of the Orkneys, an archipelago of over 70 islands. WE discover ancient civilisation dating back 5000 years, world famous archaeology, bountiful wildlife and unrivalled island scenery. To make the most of this fabulous tour we visit the West Highlands, Loch Ness, Fort William and Glenc
This part of England has always been renowned for its pastoral mellow beauty, charming thatched roofed buildings of yellow stone, rolling hills and grand towns. Stunning scenery and a peaceful, relaxed way of life which brings to mind days gone by. We include a visit to the magnificent Blenheim Palace and visit the pretty towns and villages of this delightful area.
Rural villages, lush green meadows, rich farmlands and sandy heathlands depicted by the famous painters Constable and Gainsborough. We visit the north of the county with its peaceful coastline, the excellent Museum of East Anglia Life and Jimmy's Farm, just outside of Ipswich. A visit to unique Lavenham completes the tour, all this combines to give a holiday of particular charm and nostalgia for you to enjoy.
A break to the magnificent city of York, one of the most popular destinations in the country with over 2000 years of history, stroll around the delightful cobbled streets with its half timbered houses and marvel at the Gothic masterpiece of York Minster, the largest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe, you will know why York has been given the title of England's finest historic city.
Eastbourne is a refined Victorian seaside resort, with two miles of seafront promenades sheltered by the imposing headland of Beachy Head. It offers a fine array of facilities to tourists, and has many attractions, including its beautiful gardens and entertainment to suit all tastes.
Eastbourne - with its two miles of seafront promenades and sheltered by the imposing headland of Beachey Head, Eastbourne is a refined Victorian seaside resort offering a fine array of facilities to tourists and many attractions including its beautiful gardens. Entertainment to suit all tastes.