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Greece Walking Holidays

Greece walking holidays

Self-guided walking holidays in Greece

On our walking holidays in Greece you will discover the beauty of the Greek islands (the Cyclades – Naxos, Andros and Santorini; Crete and Corfu), as well as the hidden gems of mainland Greece – Meteora, Pindos Mountains, the VIkos Gorge and Mount Olympus.

Where do our walking holidays in Greece take place?

The Cyclades

Explore two of the most beautiful Greek Islands, Naxos and Santorini. Naxos will enchant you with its traditional villages and cobbled paths passing through ancient olive groves. Santorini, an island shaped by a dramatic volcanic eruption thousands of years ago, is famous for its amazing seascapes and whitewashed houses.

Zagori and the Pindos Mountains

There are walking holidays for all levels in the secret beauty of the little known Zagori region in the Pindos mountains of North West Greece. Famous for its iconic stone arched bridges and forty-six stone villages, there is also a chance to walk the full length of the breathtaking Vikos Gorge.


On our Corfu self-guided walking holidays you will discover both the wild and gorgeous northwest coast of Corfu island as well as the northeast coast with its beautiful bays and hidden coves, so beautifully described by Gerald Durrell in his book My Family and Other Animals. You can also explore Corfu’s south coast and do separate sections or even the entire Corfu Trail, one of the most iconic hiking trails in Europe, traversing the island from south to north. 


The island of Crete offers some great walking opportunities. We have created some unique walking itineraries in Crete. Our self-guided walking holidays in Crete are addressed to those who are looking to explore the authentic and unspoilt nature of this amazing island. Take a journey that combines hiking in nature and along the geo-trails of the Natural Park of Samaria, enjoying the secluded beaches in the remote areas of Western Crete and acquainting with the traditional Cretan way of life, or explore the hidden trails of Eastern Crete and Sitia.