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Better connecting Edinburgh with Norway, the Channel Islands and the Scottish Whisky Isle.
3 days a week
Travel from 9th May
Norway’s big city with the small-town atmosphere is full of history and tradition. Strolling around the old streets and alleyways, you’ll discover the charm of the higgledy piggledy small wooden houses and the steep cobbled streets. Bergen’s charm is accentuated by its stunning surroundings. Travel to the top of Mount Floyen, or Ulriken, or any of the seven mountains that surround the city and you will savour Bergen and the unforgettable memory of the spectacular Norwegian Fjords.
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Travel from 10th May
Stavanger, is the perfect location for an adventurous weekend, with plenty of trails around the Norwegian Fjords. The famous Pulpit Rock lies 604 meters above sea level and looks out over the Lysefjord. If adventure closer to the ground is more your thing, Stavanger is well known for its Solastranden beach. A 2.3 km beach used for wind and water sports. During the colder months try ice skating on the frozen Stokkavannet lake along with the locals
Up to 7 days a week
Travel 31st March – 26th October
The scenic island of Islay is thought to be the birthplace of whisky in Scotland. With eight working distilleries, Islay is the perfect place to learn more about the ‘water of life’ by taking part in a distillery tour. That said, there is more to Islay than just whisky. The island is home to the Machrie golf course, one of the last true traditional links courses in Scotland, which challenges even the most experienced of golfers.
Travel 11th May – 14th September
Smaller than its livelier neighbour, Jersey. The slower paced island is ideal for those seeking unspoiled beaches and a relaxed summer holiday, with beautiful views at every turn and a cosy and intimate atmosphere. Wander lanes crammed with boutique-style gift shops for a relaxing first day. Then delve further into the towns heritage by exploring remnants of the towns extensive history.