Experience classic Alpine hiking in South Tyrol’s Val Baldia which will astonish you with its breathtaking landscapes. Take in dramatic limestone mountains with snow-capped peaks, picture-perfect alpine pastures and idyllic meadows, a rich variety of wildlife, such as the marmot and chamois.
The coastline of Apulia between Otranto and Gagliano del Capo offers superb walking opportunities. Enjoy ancient coastal trails, stunning views, crystal swimming spots, unknown villages and untouched nature. Finish your trip in glorious Lecce.
Of all Italy’s beautiful regions, Tuscany is by no doubt the most iconic one. Your route in the heart of Tuscany winds through the hills, vineyards and olive groves of Val d’Orcia as you walk between Medieval hill-top towns, taking in Montepulciano, Pienza, Bagno Vignoni, Montalcino, Buonconvento, and finally Siena.
Piedmont’s remote and rugged high valley of Val Maira lies in the southern Italian Alps, near the French border. Val Maira is a beautiful place, now slowly being discovered as a walker’s paradise. You will walk through picturesque hamlets and villages and take in the high peaks, shaped by the retreating glaciers.
The scenic Aosta Valley lies in the shadow of Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa, Grand Combin, Gran Paradiso and the Matterhorn. You will walk surrounded by the 3000-metre summits of the French, Italian and Swiss Alps. Take in beautiful chapels, delightful hamlets and spectacular mountain vistas.
Walk the last 100 km of the Via Francigena to Rome, the city of the martyrdom of Saints Peter and Paul, and get your Testimonium of pilgrimage. Starting from the medieval papal town of Montefiascone, you will follow Roman roads, paths, forest trails and dirt tracks across the undulating and green Lazio countryside.
Walk the final stage of the Via Francigena to Rome, the city of the martyrdom of Saints Peter and Paul, and get your Testimonium of pilgrimage. Starting from the medieval town of Orvieto, you will follow Roman roads, paths, forest trails and dirt tracks across the undulating and green Lazio countryside.
Via Francigena, the ancient pilgrimage trail from Canterbury to Rome is getting increasingly popular for a reason. We offer you a walk that combines the famous towns and villages such as Siena and San Gimignano with beautiful hamlets such as San Miniato, allowing you to discover the very best of the Tuscan Via Francigena in a single trip.
The Magna Via Francigena, the great road of the Frankish knights, follows the ancient route between Palermo and Agrigento, the two major harbours of the past, that was used for millennia by pilgrims and travellers. Walking the Magna Via is a unique experience, out of the common touristic routes.
Starting from Lausanne at Lake Geneva, the Swiss route goes across the Alps to Aosta in Italy. The path reveals amazing Alpine sceneries, cultural heritage and history, the highlight being the Great St Bernard Pass. This section of the Via Francigena is, without doubt, one of the most spectacular pilgrims’ paths in Europe!
Discover the hidden trails of the Amalfi Coast, visit the ancient ruins of Pompeii and enjoy a stunning walk around the crater edge of Mount Vesuvius. This tour takes in all the famous coastal villages, but you will also walk through real and untouched mountain scenery and picturesque countryside.
The Aeolian Islands are a volcanic archipelago in the Tyrrhenian Sea just north of Sicily. During the tour, you will visit the most attractive islands: Lipari, Vulcano, Salina and Stromboli. Then you will explore beautiful Taormina, and finish your adventure with a guided climb of Mount Etna.
This tour will show you the entire variety of landscapes Slovenia has to offer, from its alpine valleys and lake Bled through quaint vineyards to the sun-drenched coast, packed with stunning mountain views and amazing seascapes. In the evenings, sip a glass (or two) of the amazing local wines.
Discover the jewels of the Bay of Naples – the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida. These walks offer a stunning combination of sea views, picturesque coastal towns, impressive mountains and an abundance of culture and nature. Spend the nights in comfortable 3-star hotels.
The Alta Via 1 route is known as the classical path revealing the iconic peaks of the Italian Dolomites, one of the most unique landscapes in Europe. Once a battleground, the region is now one of the most visited and accessible hiking destinations attracting adventure travellers from all over the world.
Our Dolomites nature park walks will take you through three beautiful natural parks in the heart of the Dolomites, taking in mountain lakes, lush pastures, green forests and impressive scenery. You will start at Pragser Wildsee; high above Cortina d’Ampezzo, you will enjoy views of Dolomites’ most striking summits.
Take a hike through the stunning Western Dolomites past mountain lakes, lush pastures, green forests and impressive peaks. You will start at Merano in South Tyrol; accompanied by the backdrop of the limestone peaks of the Brenta Dolomites, you will reach the scenic Lago di Garda – the largest of the Italian lakes.
A large part of the Amalfi Coast and Mountains walking holiday is, of course, along the Amalfi coast, and it includes all the famous coastal villages: Amalfi, Atrani, Ravello, Praiano and the scenic Positano. But you will also walk in real mountain scenery, through chestnut forests and picturesque countryside with beautiful terraced lemon groves and vineyards.
Enjoy a unique circular itinerary in the Alps where the borders of Austria, Italy and Slovenia meet. Start from Villach in Austria, then follow the ridges of the Carnic Alps in Italy, cross the stunning Julian Alps and take in the landscapes of Triglav National Park in Slovenia, then reach Kranjska Gora and finish back in Villach.
Explore the beautiful provinces of Emilia Romagna and Tuscany on foot, following the steps of the ancient Romans along The Path of Gods (Via degli Dei) – a 135 km-long route connecting Bologna to Florence and traversing the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines. The path takes you off the beaten track and away from the big cities.
Follow the wine trails of Tuscany on foot through the wine region of Chianti, nestled between the beautiful cities of Florence and Siena. The rolling Chianti hills are carpeted with olive groves and vineyards. First overnight is in Florence and the last one is in Siena and we strongly recommend that you spend some extra nights in both cities.
The historic path from Assisi to Spoleto takes you in the footsteps of St. Francis through Umbria, the green heart of Italy. The villages you visit on the way have preserved their own identity and you will feel like the time has stood still for centuries. Last, but not least, this part of Italy is world-known for its exquisite cuisine and fine wines.
Discover both the popular and the quiet, but not less spectacular, side of the Amalfi Coast. You will start from the little fishermen’s village of Vietri and cycle in western direction towards the very tip of the peninsula, Punta Campanella, taking in all the famous villages – Atrani, Amalfi, Positano, Ravello and Praiano.
This is a tour that combines the typical hilly landscape of Tuscany with its mixture of colours and scents and the striking scenery of the Etruscan coastline. The local cycle paths will take you through Pisa, Livorno, Piombino, feeling the warm Mediterranean sea breeze and enjoying beautiful white sandy beaches, finishing on the Island of Elba.
Known for its slow food, fine wines, regal palazzi and authentic French-influenced atmosphere, Piedmont is one of Italy’s most diverse regions. Cycling among the rolling hills covered with vineyards, you will explore various treasures of culinary, architectural and cultural nature – all this at your own, relaxed pace.
From the capital of South Tyrol, through the picturesque countryside of Verona, Vicenza, Padua and across Lake Garda to Venice, we offer you all the highlights of northern Italy in a single trip. Besides the stunning sceneries on the way, you will also be able to relax in the thermal spas in Abano.
Imagine cycling through a green countryside full of vineyards, olive trees, rivers and forests, beautiful villages, and medieval hilltop towns. This trip offers the most comprehensive experience of the Istrian Peninsula as it will reveal you both the natural beauty of the coastline, the idyllic countryside and the rich cultural heritage of the villages and towns.
The Italian lakes of Como and Lugano will enchant you with the beauty of an entrancing landscape of water and mountains fused together in perfect harmony. This walking holiday in Lombardy will take you away from the crowded holiday centres on trails going through forested valleys, mountain tops and traditional villages still preserving their unique character.
Explore two of the most famous regions of Italy at your own pace. From the wine trails of Piedmont to the turquoise sea waters of the Flower Riviera, each walking day of this trip will reveal you unique natural scenery, genuine cuisine and stunning architecture. The tour finishes at the spa town of San Remo.
The Amalfi Coast Highlights walking holiday is our classic tour along the Amalfi coast which takes in all the famous coastal villages and the most beautiful walks in the Amalfi area. You’ll have the time to visit Amalfi itself, but also Atrani, wonderfully preserved through the centuries, Ravello with its magnificent villas, the quiet Praiano and, of course, the scenic Positano.