Discover Pebble Island, Falklands

The Villano Café is open and is serving a range of hot and cold drinks, snacks and light meals. Sit back, relax and take in the harbour sights and sounds as you fuel up for your island adventure. You can also visit the seasonal snack van, at the Outdoor Centre for snacks, refreshments and ice cream.

Our free buggy tour for less abled visitors will be operating between May and September. Visitors can purchase a single combined ticket, which includes ferry fare. Please bring your membership card with you on the day to show at Visitor Reception.

The two charities have worked together since 1969 to restore and protect all that is cherished and special about Lundy. Every day visit and every overnight stay helps to secure the future of the island and its landscape, buildings and wildlife. Towan Beach is directly below The Island, just a quick walk across the bridge and 30 seconds later your feet are in the sand. This beautiful beach is very popular with both families and surfers, as it is located in the centre of Newquay, and it can be lively during the peak summer months. Lifeguard cover runs from May to September and dogs are allowed all year round.

The Blue Reef Aquarium, right by the beach, is well worth a visit. At low tide you can walk all the way across the beach to the traditional Cornish harbour, where you can find an excellent crab sandwich or ice cream. At the heart of the Isles of Scilly archipelago, 28 miles from the Cornish coast, is the family-owned island of Tresco.

Its long history can be seen its many cultural landmarks including its old castle gates that lead into the old town area. The town is built onto a hill with its tiered white and sand coloured buildings rising up to the Capuchin Church at the very top. Alternatively, you might choose to stroll around the shops or listen to bouzouki music in an outdoor cafe. For those that love to shop and like trying local food then the central market is a must with a huge variety of fruit, meat, fish and bread on sale amongst other things. Other attractions that you could visit include the Acropolis Museum, which is about 5-minutes’ walk from the main site, the National Archaeological Museum or the Olympic Stadium.

Over the years, Naxos interior is home to fertile and well-watered valleys and there are many places of interest on the island. Besides wine, the island also exports olive oil, corn, fruits of many kinds and marble which is comparable in quality to that of Paros. The town has plenty of character and in the Kastro, just above the town centre, is an area of pretty houses from a bygone era that are Venetian in style and marked with coats of arms. It’s one of the most picturesque areas in the Aegean and the familiar images of whitewashed churches with blue-domed roofs adorn this beautiful landscape.

A warm sweater will also help to fend off the unexpected chilling wind that on occasion races across the open deck of the ferries between the islands. The island of Naxos is the largest and some would argue the most beautiful of the Cyclades. The god Dionysus is believed to have lived on the island and taught the inhabitants to cultivate wine, which still has an excellent reputation today. Tonight there is the opportunity to join your Leader for dinner in the islands capital, Ermoupolis.

This easy walk will take us around two hours and covers approximately seven kilometres. This walk is different to many of the others we\ ve taken whilst in the Cyclades as it takes us inland. Kinidaros is located close to the mountainous centre of the island and is nestled into the rocky hillside that is surrounded by olive, plane and oak tress and the island’s marble is quarried nearby. Eggares is a small farming village surrounded by fields and fertile farmland.