There are trips to various countries that will help you get bonded with your group or get relaxed. The help you finalise with your options here are the best multi activity group tours for the coming year.
Ancient Olympics in the Peloponnese
Another four-day visit to the Peloponnese offers explorers the opportunity to join a revival of the Nemean Games - initially arranged in 573BC and one of the first four Pan Hellenic Games that incorporated the Olympics in Olympia. Members can partake in a 100m shoeless run or contend in a 7.5km race in the first stadium - wearing customary white tunics. After the Games, there's a celebratory town feast.
Provence on horseback
In the Saddle has some expertise in riding holidays and its new Provence trip will suit riders of all capacities; the pace is casual, with a few jogs and canters along the way. This seven-day visit takes in the delta fields of Camargue with its pink flamingos and shorelines, through towns and villages, over the Alpilles Mountains and into Provence and the Rhône valley. The horses are based close to the town of Lauris and there are six itineraries to look over, from a Cezanne ride to a wine visit drove by a guide.
This eight-day 'Active in Slovenia' trip is situated in Bled, a town located on the shores of a pool of the same name. Activities incorporate mountain biking in Triglav National Park, climbing on Mt Vogel and rafting on Sava Dolinka River, with time for absorbing the warm pools at the Ziva Wellness Centre. There are trips to the coastline town of Piran and also the university town of Nova Gorica and the nearby Grad Kromberg for a stop at its castle and gardens.
Active on the Turkish coast
Wished for solo travellers, this activity holiday explores Turkey's Mugla district. Situated in the four-star Sertil Deluxe Hotel in Oludeniz, the eight-day itinerary incorporates kayaking on the Xanthos River; strolling through an area of the Saklikent Gorge, the longest and deepest canyon in Turkey; and quad biking over the countryside and shorelines. Different highlights incorporate a visit to a mud bath in Patara National Park and a jeep safari for visits to the ancient ruins of Tlos crusader palace and Yaka Park.
Activities in Spain's first national park
This multi-movement week is situated in Picos de Europa, Spain's first National Park. Staying at Hotel Torrecerredo - a small family-run hotel and the main accommodation in Arenas with views of the highest peaks - the itinerary incorporates rock pool hopping in canyons, trekking through Cares Gorge, cycling on the beach front ways of the old Camino de Santiago and kayaking on Sella River. There is likewise a free day to browse a few discretionary activities, such as, climbing, caving or touring in the beach coastal towns of Asturias.
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