Stories, ideas and destinations for people who love travelling slow.
Cornwall is typically known for its rugged coastlines, quaint fishing villages and nostalgic summer holidays. Whilst these have drawn visitors for years, this popular South-West county also has an emerging food culture that rewards travellers with even more. We sent… Continue reading >
Wild animals grazing in oil-painting scenery, wetlands alive with ground-nesting birds, grand estates, mighty trees, timeless coastal villages and wonderful things being done with metal, chocolate and bees. We may have wandered outside the strict confines of the National Park… Continue reading >
One of the brilliant things about being a Certified B Corporation is being part of a growing community of like-minded businesses who are also striving to make a positive change. The certification proves that the company has a deep commitment… Continue reading >
Edinburgh is a wonderful city whose grand architecture and modern culture combine to give it, as the Proclaimers sang, “a look of dirty grace”. Well worth a visit outside of Hogmanay or the world-famous summer festivals, there’s something there for… Continue reading >
If you’re planning a trip to Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway deserves a place on your list – this unsung patch of the Lowlands offers some of Scotland’s most picturesque yet undiscovered walks. From dramatic rocky coastline and vast sandy beaches… Continue reading >
Travel journalist and award-winning writer Sarah Baxter travelled to southwest Andalucía earlier this year in celebration of the Magellan Anniversary – 500 years since Ferdinand Magellan set off from Seville to circumnavigate the world. We follow Sarah as she explores… Continue reading >
We sent Nell and Luke, of unique slow travel blog What if We Walked, on a hiking tour of the little-known Marche region of Italy. They trekked limestone ridges to medieval villages, heard local legends, sampled stuffed olive delicacies, and… Continue reading >