Dolomite and Italian Lakes Extravaganza



22nd September - 2nd October 2025

Due to the success of this trip last year we will be running it again with the adding in of the Lakes. It is a must.
Why not join us on a trip to the Dolomites on 22/09/25 to 02/10/25
We will be covering some of the passes as we travel around .
Staying in four start hotels fine dining in the evening.
Full Itinerary will be published soon .
Price per couple sharing. £4699.00 to be confirmed per couple sharing.
What’s included:

  • Full Itinerary
  • Maps
  • Detailed directions
  • Hotels Bed and Breakfast
  • Lead Car
  • Use of Radios
  • Photos
  • Video of your trip on return .
A deposit of £250 secures your place .
Balance due 30/06/25

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Day 1
Meet at Euro Tunnel Main Entrance for 8.30am where you will be given your packs for the tour.
You need to ensure you arrive in plenty of time for your crossing at 9.40 . {check-in 8.40am}
We then travel across to our accommodation in Baden-Baden.
Going out to a local restaurant to eat with the locals.
Day 2
Leaving at 9am making our way through the Black Forest and down to Lake Constance.
The Black Forest High Road runs over 60 km from Freudenstadt to Baden-Baden. The most beautiful tourist route of the Black Forest celebrated its 75th birthday in 2007 but is still an attractive destination for tourists and locals.
There are magnificent views of the Black Forest valleys, the Rhine Valley and Alsace and the Voges Mountains along the entire route. There are also a large number of tourist highlights, such as Lake Mummelsee, the Lothar Path or the newly opened wilderness path on the Bühlerhöhe.
Arriving in Lake Constance time to relax have a walk around before heading out to a restaurant to taste the local cuisine .
Day 3
We leave sharp at 9am making our way across the Brenner pass to staying in Caldaro
The Penegal is a mountain of the Nonsberg group near Kaltern, South Tyrol, Italy.There's a trail leading to the summit. Penegal is one of the 8 peaks along along the Sentiero alpinistico attrezzato delle Cime.
Day 4
10 am start making our way across the Gardena pass,Sella Pass and Pordl pass.
Stopping to take in the sights . Stopping in Cortina.
Day 5
Leave at 10 am
We make our way across the San Pellegrino pass take time to explore and enjoy the sights over lunch.
The San Pellegrino Pass is a high mountain pass in the Italian Dolomites. It connects the municipalities of Moena and Falcade. The ski resort of Trevalli is located at the pass. The area is also popular in summer for rock climbing. The peak of Cima Uomo and Col Margherita stand nearby on the north and the south sides, make our way to Lake Garda.
Day 6
10am start.
Making our way to Lake Como time to relax and take in the sights.
Lake Como, in Northern Italy’s Lombardy region, is an upscale resort area known for its dramatic scenery, set against the foothills of the Alps. The lake is shaped like an upside-down Y, with three slender branches that meet at the resort town of Bellagio. At the bottom of the southwest branch lies the city of Como, home to Renaissance architecture and a funicular that travels up to the mountain town of Brunate.
We will be right on the lake so can enjoy the views over a glass or two.
Day 7
We leave at 10am making our way to Lake Maggiore. Lake Maggiore or Verbano is a large lake located on the south side of the Alps. It is the second largest lake in Italy and the largest in southern Switzerland. The lake and its shoreline are divided between the Italian regions of Piedmont and Lombardy and the Swiss canton of Ticino.
Stopping once again on the lake in a beautiful 4 star hotel.
Day 8/9
We travel to Lake Orta and the onto Lake Annecy where we will spend 2 nights enjoying the Splenda of Annecy.
Lake Orta or Cusio is a lake in northern Italy, west of Lake Maggiore. It has been so named since the 16th century, but was previously called Lago di San Giulio, after Saint Julius, the patron saint of the region.
Lake Annecy, in the Haute-Savoie region of France, is fed by mountain springs and known for its clean water. At its north end, Annecy has a medieval old town with canals and bridges. The 13th-century Château de Menthon-Saint-Bernard perches above the lakeside village of Menthon-Saint-Bernard. The town of Saint-Jorioz has a popular beach. There are trails around the shore and pleasure boats dot the lake in summer.
Have we treat for at this hotel.
Day 10
We start our way home through France stopping in Dijon.
Dijon is the capital city of the historical Burgundy region in eastern France, one of the country’s principal wine-making areas. It’s known for its traditional mustard, vineyard tours, autumn gastronomic fair and building styles ranging from Gothic to art deco. The distinguished 1787 Musée des Beaux-Arts, housed in the vast Palace of the Dukes, holds a rich collection of paintings, sculptures, crafts and antiquities.
Stopping at a lovely Chateau.
Day 11
Leaving at 9am
We make our way to Calais and home
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