We are excited about our new holidays for this coming season, and we hope you will be too!
The Basque coast is green, wild and steep, with old forests, stunning cliffs, beautiful beaches and estuaries. Enjoy this self guided walking holiday along the Basque coast from the rural tranquillity of the fishermen’s villages to the lively city of Bilbao. Take in the nature, culture and gastronomy of the Basque Country.
Walk the last 100 km of the Camino Portugués from Tui to Santiago de Compostela – the minimum required to earn your Compostela. This final section of the walk takes you through the region of Galicia in Northern Spain to Santiago for a unique experience you’ll treasure forever.
Starting in Porto, you will follow the ancient pilgrim trails to Santiago de Compostela for a unique experience you’ll treasure forever. The Camino Portugués route is relatively flat and easy to navigate and it is a great alternative to the French Camino. Spend unforgettable two weeks walking through stunning countryside, passing by numerous small villages and historic sites.
The Coastal Way (Caminho da Costa) is a quieter but equally impressive alternative route to the traditional central way of the Portuguese Camino. Starting from beautiful Porto, you will follow the rugged Atlantic coastline and the sandy beaches of Northern Portugal and Galicia, taste delicious seafood and wine, and stay in tiny fishing villages.
The Southern Upland Way is Scotland’s only official coast to coast long distance footpath. It runs 212 miles (340 km) from Portpatrick on the south west coast to Cockburnspath on the eastern seaboard. The Southern Upland Way West from Portpatrick to Moffat takes 10 days (9 overnights) to complete.
The Southern Upland Way is Scotland’s only official coast to coast long distance footpath. It runs 212 miles (340 km) from Portpatrick on the south west coast to Cockburnspath on the eastern seaboard. Still undiscovered by many outside of the UK, it will take you through a variety of scenery and give you a tremendous sense of achievement on completion.
The Southern Upland Way is Scotland’s only official coast to coast long distance footpath. It runs 212 miles (340 km) from Portpatrick on the south west coast to Cockburnspath on the eastern seaboard. The Southern Upland Way East from Moffat to Cockburnspath takes 7 nights (8 days) to complete.
Spend four days of walking in the national park of Lovcen, then descend to beautiful Perast, enjoying amazing views of the Bay of Kotor. After two overnights at a beautiful seaside hotel overlooking the Bay of Kotor, move to Dubrvonik and spend the next five days exploring the Dubrovnik coast and the islands of Mljet and Sipan.
Take in two days of guided hikes in Meteora and walk among the gigantic monolithic pillars and rock monasteries to enjoy some truly breathtaking views. Then move to Pindos with its winding trails and stone bridges, finishing with a walk through the beautiful Vikos Gorge. Retreat every evening in elegant stone mansions in the villages along route.
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.
While quite popular among locals, located just 65 km from Vienna, the Vienna Alps are still a hidden gem for foreigners. You will follow a well developed network of hiking paths which cross these easily accessible mountains of magical beauty. Overnights are spent in quality 3+ and 4-star hotels, some of them with spa facilities.
This guided boat and bike tour of Dalmatia and its islands starts and ends in Split, exploring amazing coastlines, medieval towns, old villages and picturesque bays. You will be based on a modern steel-hulled vessel with traditional look, offering accommodation in air-conditioned, spacious en-suite cabins with double or twin beds.
Walking in Wachau Wine Country from Krems to Melk, you will take in secluded wine-producing villages with pastel-coloured houses scattered among rolling hills clad with vineyards, wild forests and apricot orchards. You will discover an enchanting river landscape, lush vineyards and countless cultural sites. The wines of the Wachau Valley will delight and surprise you.
On the Classic Zugspitze Circuit in Style you will start from Garmisch-Partenkirchen and make a full loop around the base of Germany’s highest mountain, following panoramic trails through beautiful scenery and traditional Alpine towns and villages. The walks are easy to moderate, up to five hours per day. Accommodation is in exclusive 4-star hotels with spa facilities.
On the Classic Zugspitze Circuit you will start from Garmisch-Partenkirchen and make a full loop around the base of Germany’s highest mountain, following panoramic trails through beautiful scenery and traditional Alpine towns and villages. The walks are easy to moderate, up to five hours per day.
The Via Alpina: Purple Route walking holiday in Slovenia includes some of the most beautiful parts of the Slovenian Alps. Far from the beaten track, the purple route connects three Slovenian mountain massifs: Julian Alps, Karavanken and Kamnik Savinja Alps. The trail will lead you through high limestone plateaus and forests to the picturesque Bled and Bohinj lakes.
On our Jewels of the Dalmatian Coast walking holiday you will enjoy an island hopping walking adventure along Croatia’s stunning Adriatic coast. Walk the cobbled streets of Split and the quiet trails of rural Dalmatia, then explore the island idyll of Brač, Hvar, Korčula and Mljet as well as the Pelješac peninsula, and finally reach the beautiful Dubrovnik.
The south-west part of Crete has a unique landscape of scenic gorges and a coast full of secluded beaches and deep blue waters. Explore the gorges of West Crete, including the famous Samaria Gorge and the impressive Aradhena Gorge. The island of Crete offers a rare mix of amazing mountains and cosy villages inhabited by warm-hearted locals.
Known for its slow food, fine wines, regal palazzi and authentic French-influenced atmosphere, Piedmont is one of Italy’s most beautiful and diverse regions and the Langhe area is one of its highlights. Walking among the rolling hills covered with vineyards, you will explore various treasuries of culinary, architectural and cultural nature.
The High Valley of Engadine is called “the Pearl of the Alps” for a reason. It offers endless high-mountain sceneries with turquoise blue lakes, small valleys leading to sparkling glaciers and idyllic villages. This is a hike of an average level of difficulty and you can optionally shorten most stages using the excellent train and cable car network.