Easy to Moderate Walking Holidays
Mostly Easy but may include longer moderate hikes on some days with some moderate uphill / downhill elevations and steeper ascents / descents. Generally routes will be well maintained but may involve some mixed/rougher terrain and steep / exposed sections on certain days.
Walking is on average 4-6 hours per day (up to 15 km of walking).
Few know that Denmark has its own Camino route called Hærvejen (“The Army Road”, also known as “The Oxen Road”), which is the most famous hiking trail in the country. It was established in the Middle Ages as an important route for the transport of animals and goods, as well as for pilgrims and armies. Hærvejen was designated a European Cultural Route in 2010.
Discover the Monastic Archipelago of the old Romanian principality Moldavia – one of the most unique cultural landscapes in Europe. Covered in brightly coloured frescoes dating from the 15th century, the eight painted churches are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. They blend perfectly with the surrounding landscape where you will enjoy some rewarding walks.
Explore some of Romania’s most stunning mountain landscapes and soak up the unique culture of Transylvania on this inspiring self guided walk. Discover a beautiful country with a rich and fascinating history.
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.
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.
Explore Brittany’s Emerald Coast from Saint-Malo to Le Val André. With its stunning beaches and medieval walled villages, the Emerald Coast is a hidden gem, offering amazing walking opportunities.
Explore Brittany’s Côte de Granite Rose from Perros Guirec to Lannion. With its bizarre rock formations, pink tainted rocks, white beaches and clear blue waters, it is considered one of the most beautiful coastlines in Europe.
Discover the best of Burgundy on foot. Follow the ‘Chemin des Grands Crus’ passing the famous Côte de Nuits and the Côte de Beaune vineyards. Stop along the way for wine tastings and spend the nights in stylish hotels and châteaux.
Discover the best of Burgundy on foot from Dijon to Meursault. Follow the ‘Chemin des Grands Crus’; a trail through the Côte d’Or wine country passing the famous Côte de Nuits and the Côte de Beaune vineyards.
The beautiful border region of Alsace, nestled between the Vosges Mountains and the River Rhine, is a walker’s paradise, offering a wonderful variety of scenery, renowned wines, quality beers and delicious local cuisine. Finish the holiday in Colmar, one of the most beautiful towns in France.