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Opal Coast

One of our most popular school trip destinations, the easy-to-reach Opal Coast is an excellent choice for primary schools, French language or History tours.  The charming towns of Boulougne and Le Touquet, theme parks and aquariums, World War Two memorials and a whole host of artisan and farm visits make for a fun, enriching and rewarding experience. This year our trips have ranged from £49 per person for a day-trip, to £590 per person for a really full week. Let us know how long you would like to go for, and we'll put together the best possible tour, at the best value for money.

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La Rochelle French Culture and Language

La Rochelle is one of France’s loveliest coastal towns. Its historic port is beautifully preserved with a quayside full of boats large and small, and a seafront packed with lively cafes and restaurants. The old port area of Le Vieux Port is dominated by three 14th and 15th century towers that stand tall at the entrance to the port; they are among the town’s main tourist attractions. The vista from the top of the Tour de la Lanterne in particular is simply wonderful.  There is plenty to see and do in La Rochelle; its interesting mix of Gothic and Renaissance architecture, daily market taking over the streets around Place du Marché and three islands just off the coast of La Rochelle are particular highlights here.  Nicknamed the French Hamptons, the island of Ile de Ré is famous for its pretty villages of white-washed houses and gardens of hollyhocks, beaches of fine sand and expanses of wild rosemary. La Rochelle is a lovely location for a school French trip, slightly off the beaten track, full of authentic French experiences and plenty of opportunities to practise your French.

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Athens Classics

Athens flourished as the world's most powerful city in the 5th century BC. Heritage of the classical era is still very much in evidence here, with many ancient monuments and works of art woven into the fabric of the city. A day trip to Delphi - one of the most important archaeological sites in Greek history - is highly recommended. Traveling with an expert guide, you'll explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed town, home to the Temple of Apollo, and stroll around the Delphi Archaeological Museum.

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Bay of Naples Geography Tours

Where better to take your students than the place where the observations of the great English geologist, Charles Lyell, led to the basis to modern geology? The Bay of Naples provides a great opportunity to study key themes at GCSE and A-level, including Tectonic Processes, Tourism, Hazard Management, Coasts and Industry. This exciting programme includes visits to Pompeii, the Phlegraean Fields, Capri and the Amalfi Coast - not to mention Mount Vesuvius! A mild climate makes this the ideal area to visit at any time of year.

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Isle of Wight Enrichment

The Isle of Wight feels worlds away from the rest of the UK, when in reality it's only 2.5 hours from London! The island has so much to offer visitors - Roman remains, a Royal Palace, stunning natural landscapes and even dinosaurs! There's so many adventures awaiting you on a school trip to the Isle of Wight, from learning about conservation at the Amazon World Zoo Park, to fossil hunting at Dinosaur Isle and seeing glass blowing first-hand amidst the multi-coloured sands of Alum Bay. Not to mention the excitement to be had at the Robin Hill Adventure Park! The island offers a range of educational visits covering many different topic areas, including science and geography. The breadth of experiences available to students in just a few days, makes the Isle of Wight a brilliant destination for primary schools and enrichment trips!

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