Most of our walking itineraries are inn-to-inn: each day you walk to a new place, with your luggage transported by us.
Discover the hidden gems of the Costa Brava, walking on quiet trails between traditional villages and charming old towns, including the historic town of Begur and Salvador Dali’s former haunt, the white-washed town of Llafranc. Take in some fantastic rugged coastal scenery and enjoy the delicious Catalan cuisine.
This is our most popular walking holiday in Catalonia for a reason. Costa Brava is a walker’s paradise, boasting a thousand-year-old network of footpaths and offering diverse natural landscapes, warm hospitality and great cuisine – and there is something to suit everyone.
The Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail follows 186 miles of rugged coastline along the western peninsula of Wales, providing some of the finest walking in Britain. This walking holiday includes some of the best sections of the path from Moylgrove near Newport to Solva at the Whitesands Bay.
This is a short version of our most popular walking holiday in Catalonia. Costa Brava is a walker’s paradise, boasting a thousand-year-old network of footpaths and offering diverse natural landscapes, warm hospitality and great cuisine.
Enjoy some of the finest coastal walking in England. The unrivalled diversity of scenery includes panoramic views over Romney Marsh from the escarpment that marks the ancient coastline between Folkestone and Rye and, of course, the stunning White Cliffs of Dover.
The Coast to Coast Path covers 190 miles from the Irish Sea through three national parks (Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors) to the North Sea. It has become one of England’s most popular long-distance walks and it includes probably the best walking England has to offer.
Take this unique walking tour that will show you the hidden secrets of the Amalfi Coast and Tramonti, away from the crowds. You will enjoy some spectacular coastal scenery, some of the most picturesque hamlets of the Amalfi Coast, the charming fishing village of Cetara and the great Abbey of Cava dei Tirreni.
Walk at a leisurely pace through the southernmost part of Switzerland from the impressive castles of Bellinzona through lively Lugano and on to Mendrisio, the highlight being the beautiful Lake Lugano.
The Cotswold Way is a long-distance walk that runs for 163 km from the medieval market town of Chipping Campden to the historic city of Bath. Following the western edge of the Cotswold Hills, the Cotswold Way winds through gently rolling pastures, quiet beech woodland, and fairytale, honey-coloured villages steeped in history.
This inn-to-inn Cotswold Round self-guided walking holiday will take you through the heart of the Cotswolds at a swift pace, enabling you to explore this fascinating (and England’s largest) Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in just 6 days. The circuit starts and finishes in Moreton-on-Marsh and takes in the most picturesque towns and villages of the Cotswolds.
This inn-to-inn Cotswold Round self-guided walking holiday will take you through the heart of the Cotswolds at a leisurely pace, giving you time to explore this fascinating (and England’s largest) Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The circuit starts and finishes in Moreton-on-Marsh and takes in the most picturesque towns and villages of the Cotswolds.
Hadrian’s Wall Path is a fascinating coast to coast walk alongside the iconic Hadrian’s Wall, built by Roman emperor Hadrian to protect the northern extreme of the Roman Empire. This itinerary follows the course of the wall along its entire length from Wallsend to Bowness on Solway and is one of Britain’s most popular long distance walks.
Hadrian’s Wall Path is a fascinating coast to coast walk alongside the iconic Hadrian’s Wall, built by Roman emperor Hadrian to protect the northern extreme of the Roman Empire. This itinerary takes in the best sections of the Path from Heddon to Walton in four walking days.
Hadrian’s Wall Path is a fascinating coast to coast walk alongside the iconic Hadrian’s Wall, built by Roman emperor Hadrian to protect the northern extreme of the Roman Empire. This itinerary takes in the best sections of the Path from Chollerford to Walton in 3 walking days.
Do you like walking and real ale? This inn-to-inn walking holiday, unique to The Natural Adventure Company, will take you on a walk through the finest Lake District scenery with an option to climb the Old Man of Coniston and calling each day at the region’s best pubs serving genuine cask ale.
Walk the best sections of the French Camino in two weeks, first taking the scenic Camino Frances route from St Jean Pied de Port in the Pyrenees and then continuing your way from Sarria through the undulating landscapes of Galicia, covering the final 100 km to Santiago.
Walk the oldest and one of the most beautiful hiking trails in Germany, traversing the entire Black Forest range north to south from Pforzheim to Basel in Switzerland. On this moderate to strenuous itinerary you will walk the complete trail in 12 walking stages.
Walk the oldest and one of the most beautiful hiking trails in Germany. On this moderate itinerary you will walk the final and most scenic part of the trail through the southern Black Forest from Schonach to Basel in Switzerland.
Follow the Schluchtensteig (‘The Gorge Trail’) in the Southern Black Forest, winding through deep gorges, past crystal lakes and beautiful waterfalls and offering spectacular views over the Black Forest summits.
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.
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.
Austria’s Dachstein Alpine Circuit is a walker’s dream come true. This impressive alpine massif offers crystal-clear glacial lakes, lush pastures, green forests and rugged limestone peaks rising 3000m above sea level. Over six walking days, you’ll be rewarded with superb hiking with great accommodations nestled right in the heart of the mountains.
This itinerary will take you on a walking adventure in the Vercors Nature Park, the biggest in France. Along the way you will discover one of the most beautiful regions for hiking in France and a real hidden gem, taking in rugged ridges, deep gorges, lush valleys, limestone plateaus and traditional villages.
Take in the fairy-tale Schwarzwald, one of Germany’s most beautiful regions for hiking. You will be enchanted by scenic views, blue mountain lakes and deep valleys. You will walk from Saig on Titisee up to Feldberg – Schwarzwald’s highest peak. Then via Schluchsee, you complete the circuit, returning to Saig.
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!