Durdle Door, Dorset is situated on the stunning 'Jurassic Coast'
Enjoy a friendly welcome and authentic food at any one of the thousands of British pubs
World-famous Stonehenge is easily accessible from both Portland & Southampton
London is only around an hour by train from both Southampton & Dover
It doesn't get better than freshly-prepared fish & chips eaten on the beach
The Cornish coastline is stunning; pictured here is St. Ives
The Giant's Causeway is an essential part of any trip to Northern Ireland
Built in 1854, the Laxey Wheel on the Isle of Man is one of the many attractions on the island
The Old Man of Hoy makes for a spectacular sight. Part of the Orkney archipelago, it is one of the tallest in the UK
Edinburgh Castle dominates the landscape of this compact, incredibly pretty capital city
The central location of the cruise terminal in Liverpool makes exploration very convenient
St. Peter Port, Guernsey is a pretty seaside town with many small lanes & independent shops to explore
Fancy a cruise holiday a little closer to home? Set sail on a cruise around the British Isles and remember just why you love your home country so much. From the winding streets of Edinburgh to the sea air of the Channel Islands, expect cosmopolitan cities, lush green countryside, majestic castles, grand houses and pretty bays.
Whether you’re sailing past the famous white cliffs of Dover, sipping Guinness in a Dublin pub or taking in soaring sea views from a Cornish cliff top, there are so many experiences to discover and rediscover on a British Isles cruise holiday.
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