While this swimming holiday in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly is brand new for SwimTrek in 2017, we have actually been coming to this part of the world for the past 12 years. From the rugged Cornish coastlines to the white-sand beaches of ‘The Scillies’, this trip gives you the chance to swim and sail amongst some of Britain’s most beautiful scenery.
Join us for a unique swim along Britain’s spectacular Jurassic Coast as we take in three of the region’s most impressive natural landmarks: Durdle Door, Stair Hole and Lulworth Cove. This 3km tidally-assisted swim is the perfect way to discover this UNESCO World Heritage Site and complete an unforgettable open water swim in one of England’s most beautiful coastal locations.
Join us on an unforgettable expedition through some of the most stunning scenery in the British Isles in Scotland’s breathtaking Inner Hebrides. Staying on the 102-foot tall ship, the ‘Lady of Avenel’, this swimming adventure offers a unique opportunity to explore the dramatic landscapes of this picturesque corner of the world.
Join us as we take part in a wonderful open water swim around Burgh Island in Devon. Measuring one mile in circumference, this small tidal island is located approximately 800 metres off Bigbury-on-Sea and is an excellent introduction to open water swimming along Britain’s beautiful southwest coastline.
Join us on two significant swimming expeditions, as we aim to traverse all of the 15 islands that make up the length of the Scottish Outer Hebrides from Lewis in the North to Berneray in the South. The Lady of Avenel, our vessel for the entirety of the trip, is a 102ft Brigantine square rigged ship. This will be one epic cruise and an exciting platform for adventure swimming and sailing alike.
Take part in one of Scotland’s most iconic open water swims across the fabled Gulf of Corryvreckan. Situated to the north of Jura and lying just off Scarba’s southern shore, the Gulf is transformed into a whirlpool during both flood and ebb tides as the sea surrounds a pinnacle that rises to within 30 metres of the surface.