At Merlin, we have recently been thinking about our past travels, in particular our favourite geological localities. Some are closer to home, whilst others are more far-flung. Take a look at where we have picked. Have you been to any before or are they on your list of places to visit in the future? Continue reading to find out..
Making the most of Covid travel restrictions by exploring the geopark way a 109 mile long route through the Abberley and Malvern Hills Geopark, which Merlin supports.
Find out about geolidaying in Ethiopia - mountain ranges, interesting archaeology and excellent coffee.
Georgie made the most of the winter sun exploring Pen y Fan and the Sugar Loaf in the Brecon Beacons.
A geophysical stroll around the Isle of Portland providing some structural and geological insights to the island.
Felicity Goldrick visited the Turda Salt mine complex in Cluj county, Romania. Continue reading to learn about the geology and history of the mine..
Geoliday to Caer Bwdy Bay, North Pembrokeshire – Near St. Davids.
In May this year, John Donato completed the 630 miles of the South West Coast Path, a journey that has taken him seven years. Find out more about his epic journey in our newsletter.
In our extended geology edition this month, take a trip to the northern coast of Spain with Tim Wright.
One Footstep over the Iapetus Suture? Read about John's trip to the Isle of Man and the wonderful geology he encountered there..