Adventure Holidays Easily Accessible by Rail from the UK
The heart of one of the most beautiful areas in France hides a myriad of quiet country lanes and pleasant cycle tracks that weave their way through vineyards and rolling hills.
From bustling Avignon and the Palais des Papes, you will cross lush orchards and wine estates including the famous Châteauneuf du Pape, Gigondas and Beaumes de Venise. Your route offers you breathtaking views of the Dentelles de Montmirail and the majestic Mont Ventoux. You will finish by gently descending to the ancient city of Arles.
Discover the hidden gems of Provence on foot staying at handpicked guesthouses, enjoying the Provencal cuisine and marvelling the beautiful landscapes of Southern France with open ridge walks along the two most beautiful mountain ranges in the region, Les Alpilles and Le Luberon.
Take a demanding but rewarding dual-based walking holiday in Mercantour National Park, surrounded by the high peaks of the Southern Alps.
The Canal de la Garonne may well be the little brother of the famous Canal du Midi, but it is no less impressive. Еxperience the pure joy of cycling, without worrying about car traffic or challenging hills, and ride at your own pace from the Atlantic Ocean to Southern Occitanie.
Explore the fjords of Calanques where gleaming white limestone cliffs form a stark contrast with the deep blue sky and the turquoise Mediterranean Sea. Finish in style in Aix en Provence and climb the Sainte Victoire mountain, immortalized in the paintings of Cézanne.
The Golden Isles are a pristine walker’s paradise located off the Provençal Var coast, inviting you to discover a rich littoral nature and offering more 300 days of sunshine per year.
Experience the D-Day landing beaches and retrace the steps of those who gave their lives for the liberation of Europe, taking in Sword Beach, Juno Beach, Gold Beach, Omaha Beach and Utah Beach. This is a hike of remembrance, but also of pleasure, as you walk along beautiful cliff-side and beach trails.
Discover the châteaux of the Loire Valley from Amboise to Saumur and spend relaxed evenings in charming villages and elegant towns. With its gentle terrain and plenty of cultural and gastronomic landmarks, this is arguably the best region of France for a leisurely cycling holiday.
Explore the Dordogne and Vézère valleys in style, walking amidst the stunning landscapes of the Périgord Noir and taking in the towering strongholds of Beynac, Castelnaud and Domme. Indulge yourself in the region’s gastronomy and terrific local wines, spending the nights in stylish 3 and 4-star hotels.
Explore the best of rural France on this self guided walking holiday in the Dordogne Valley and Haut Quercy, an area of wonderful food and wines, offering walks through some of the most beautiful villages in France.
Explore Brittany’s Emerald Coast from Saint-Malo to Le Val André and indulge yourself with some luxury, spending the nights in stylish 3 and 4-star hotels. With its stunning beaches and medieval walled villages, the Emerald Coast offers amazing walking opportunities.