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Travel To Relax Your Mind, Body And Soul

7 continents, 193 countries according to current World Almanacs, millions of destinations.

So, where do you want to travel?

It depends mostly on what you want to do. But if you wish to take a break from city life and daily routines, head somewhere quiet and relaxing. Somewhere you won’t see a lot of people or somewhere you rarely hear the sound of civilisation.

How about the countryside?

Friendly locals, simple living, natural landscape and breathtaking views, and fresh produce – these are just a few of the wonderful things waiting for you. If you wish to spend peace and quiet in your holiday destination, here are some suggestions.

Barossa Valley, South Australia

Considered one of the finest wine-producing places in the world, it presents an old-world charm – a breath of fresh air when you live close to the city. It more than a hundred wineries and cellar doors, and it boasts of fresh seasonal produce as well as artisan food.

It has plenty to offer, and the best way to experience all these without missing some of the best spots is to organise your holiday with a provider of winery tours in Barossa Valley. They’ll plan an entire day of sightseeing and activities, helping you make the most of a day trip.

Beskid Mountains, Poland

The range is 600km long and the highest point is 6,762 feet. It’s not much compared to the Alps or Himalayas, it’s stunning nonetheless. And it’s perfect for less strenuous trekking or hiking. You don’t have to spend some days in base camps to finally reach the top. Plus, you don’t have to deal with border patrols.

The best part of exploring the Beskids is being able to broaden your knowledge from a cultural and historical standpoint. Add to this the chance to see natural beauty in its finest, as well as the opportunity to talk with locals, and you have wonderful memories worth keeping.

Don’t forget to bring your camera!

Yorkshire, England

There are many things to see, smell, taste and experience in “God’s Own County”. The Howardian Hills and Nidderdale – designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The coastal North York Moors, Flamborough Head and Spurn Point – designed Heritage Coast areas.

The countryside of Yorkshire is best explored on a bicycle – it’s too vast to check out on foot and too costly to see by car. Cycling, on the other hand, lets you enjoy the sights at your own pace while exercising your body.

Before you head out, have a look at our offers here at Dave Rayner Cycle Sport. We specialise in sales, servicing and repairs. We also offer advice on keeping your bike good running condition. Get in touch with us today for your needs.

Discovering the countryside

Whether you’re joining Barossa Valley tours or group cycling in Nidderdale, know that enjoying the whole experience is the secret to ensuring a truly relaxing trip.


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