CITO Air & Cruise Holidays
Pack all your festive celebrations into one spectacular cruise on Balmoral. The long list of highlights includes stunning beaches, attractive cities, quaint towns, pretty gardens and lush valleys. Sign off the year perfectly with Funchal's spectacular New Year's Eve fireworks display.
An exciting Alpine holiday for the late winter where we travel across snowy central Switzerland. We use mountain rail and cableways to get up into the snow to see the magnificent scenery of the area. Our base will be at Kergiswil on the shore of Lake Lucern
Standing at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa, Cyprus has had a tumultuous history. Today its historic background merges with the natural beauty ranging from golden beaches to rugged coastlines to rolling hills and forest clad mountains, dotted with picturesque villages.
The 'heel' of Italy is a land of memorable coastal and hilltop towns, picturesque seascapes, olive groves and limestone precipices. We explore this fascinating area from our base in Martina Franca, a small town in the very heart of Puglia. The town has a lovely historic centre and a maze of winding alleys where whitewashed simplicity sits side by side with Baroque extravagance.
The Amalfi Coast, where picturesque villages and lemon groves cling to the sheer rock facing the sea; this is indeed a spectacular coastline. With its centuries of history and great natural beauty, there is a lot to discover and enjoy from our new base in MaioriDuration: 8 Days
Stretching the width of south-western France, from the wind scuffed surf of the Atlantic to the gentle drift of the Mediterranean, the Pyrenees form a magnificent backdrop of mountains some 400km long and act as the natural frontier between France and Spain. Our 'Little Trains' tour enables you to see a truly diverse landscape.
Think Corfu and you conjure up images of white-washed villages cascading down hillsides, azure seas sparkling in bright sunshine and powder-soft white sand beaches. Corfu the town, has a wealth of Greek, French and British influences in its maze of cobbled streets and alleyways.
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