Many, many trails in the French-Swiss Alps… great views and pristine nature
Beautiful walking in a wonderful area with great views and pristine nature; the Chablais mountains on the Border of Switzerland and France…
This stunning region of the French – Swiss Alps between Lake Geneva and Mont Blanc offers some of the most unforgettable Alpine hiking in peaceful surroundings.
Impressive peaks, lush meadows and abundant wildlife in the Picos de Europa
A fantastic guided walking holiday in the Picos de Europa organized by Pilar of Hotel Torrecerrero.
Lovely walking in a landscape of towering peaks, flourishing valleys and lush meadows.
Inn to inn walking in the picturesque upper Dordogne valley
Walk a self-guided trail in the stunning landscape of the upper Dordogne valley.
You’ll visit six of the “most beautiful villages” in France as you follow the meanders of the Dordogne. Along the way you can visit famous sights such as the 11th Century castles and limestone caves.
During this walking holiday you walk from inn to inn, with your luggage transported ahead of you.
Accommodation is in 2-3 star hotels with ensuite facilities, four of which have a swimming pool, in picturesque towns and villages.
Contact your hosts Keith and Val for more information through their page on our website:
Dordogne Plus Beaux Villages Walk.
Beautiful walks in Austria from picturesque lakeside Obertraun
Explore mountain peaks, enchanting forests and alpine meadows during this self-guided walking holiday in beautiful upper Austria, just an hour from Salzburg. Continue reading
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The entrance to the Padriac cave in the Dordogne is large enough to swallow a house.
Imagine yourself in a beautiful and quiet part of rural France. Come along with Richard and Alexandra Johnson as they take you on an imaginary day out walking in the Lot and Dordogne.
You’ll come across wildflower meadows, walnut groves, limestone cliffs and walk through some of the most beautiful villages in the region.
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Luxury guided walking holiday on Menorca where the food is as important as the walking.
Far less commercial than other Mediterranean locations, Menorca retains a charm that seems to come from another time. If you enjoy stunning sea views, unspoilt countryside, ancient history and quaint fishing villages, you’ll love walking on Menorca. Continue reading
Self-guided walking week, walking from village to village in a a landscape of cultivated valleys dotted with white-washed villages
Walk from village to village in the beautiful Alicante countryside during this self-guided walking holiday.
In the Las Marinas countryside, whitewashed villages dot a landscape of cultivated valleys framed by pine clad limestone sierras and blue skies, wildflowers colour the mountainsides and verges while in February the scent of almond blossom fills the air. Continue reading
Self-guided walking week in picturesque countryside staying in a private auberge in France – full board
Celebrated for its idyllic surroundings, the Pays de Gâtine region in western France offers delightful walks in unspoiled countryside. Explore hundreds of kilometers of little-used paths, tracks and country lanes that meander in an undulating landscape of woods, pastures, orchards, hamlets and villages. Continue reading
Self-guided and guided walks during a wonderful walking week in the West Pyrenees in France
Wonderful walking holiday for couples and groups that offers both self-guided and guided walks. Explore the gentle foothills and visit scenic towns and villages such as Pau and Borce, and visit the 3rd largest cave system in the world. Through ski-lifts and Petit trains you can easily reach the higher Pyrenees for a wide variety of walks with breathtaking views and trails through alpine meadows.
Walk the ancient tracks from the sea to the peaks of the Maritime Alps
The mountains and foothills of the Italian Riviera are one of the most overlooked walking areas of Europe. Only 20 miles from the busy, modern French Riviera you’ll find walking trails surrounded by rare wild flowers, with golden eagles circling overhead and wide stunning panoramas to the Alps. Continue reading