Find out if we’ve got your favourite pastime covered in our dedicated special interest holidays travel guide or just search for a few more ideas to help you have a really worthwhile week away rather than just a boring break at the beach. This page is all about what special interest holidays entail and how you can choose between small group and tailor made options to ensure you get the most out of your holiday.
BEST TIME TO GO ON A PAINTING HOLIDAY
Light and shade add depth and scope to a painter’s palette, so spring and autumn are the best seasons to expand your artistic horizons.
Although parched summers in southern Europe and Morocco can dry paint as soon as it touches the canvas, you can still enjoy a painting holiday beneath the canopy of sun-dappled orchards or a well-placed beach parasol. In Scotland’s Inner and Outer Hebrides, meanwhile, painting cruises depart when the weather warms up during July and August. In the main, the best time to go on a painting holiday is in spring or autumn. This is when rural regions come to life with spring flowers, or industrious harvesters, to provide a wider range of subject matter. In sun-soaked Cyprus, winter creates incredible, energetic scenes with wild and windswept waves and white horses.
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PAINTING HOLIDAYS, MONTH BY MONTH
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