Walking holidays in Italy

Welcome to our Italy page! Here you will find walking holidays to the most stunning regions in Italy, such as the Dolomites, the Italian Riviera - Liguria, Sibillini in Le Marche and of course Tuscany and the Italian Alps.

  • Amazing rocky peaks of the Dolomites with a mountain hut and walkers in the foregroundPhoto by Navin 75 | CC BY-SA 2.0
  • Colorful houses in Italy along the coastPhoto by Martina Rathgens | CC BY 2.0
  • pine trees in arable field in TuscanyPhoto by Maarten van Hoof | CC BY 2.0
  • colorful hay meadow and view on snowy peak in the Alps in ItalyPhoto by matteo.galli | CC BY 2.0
  • Sibillini in Le MarchePhoto by giorgio.montesi | CC BY 2.0
  • green meadows and rocky rounded peaks in the DolomitesNavin 75 | CC BY-SA 2.0
  • Settlement in top of hill in LiguriaPhoto by Martina Rathgens | CC BY 2.0
  • Vineyards and farmhouses in TuscanyPhoto by Pank Seelen | CC BY-SA 2.0
  • green meadows, forest and snowy peaks of the Italian AlpsPhoto by Fulvio's photos | CC BY 2.0
  • Alpine lake and walking holiday group in Sibillini mountainsPhoto by Gaspa | CC BY 2.0
  • Alpine dolomite landscapePhoto by Pug Girl | CC BY 2.0
  • coastal settlement in LiguriaPhoto by Alex Ranaldi | CC BY-SA 2.0

Start browsing the walking holidays by exploring the map below, or scroll further down to the holiday descriptions. There are both guided and self-guided walking holidays. All these holidays are organised by independent small-scale companies, and run by people with a lot of local knowledge and enthusiasm for their country and region. They look forward to help organise your walks in Italy.

Browse the interactive map below or scroll down for an overview of all offers.

Map of walking holidays in Italy

Self-guided walking holidays in Italy

Medieval Umbria Walking tour

  • Dogs welcome
  • GPS tracks available
  • Walking a trail
  • Luggage transport included
  • Multiple accommodations
  • Self-guided walking holiday
Experience the unique and unspoiled region of Umbria
Distant town on a hill, beautiful green valley with red poppies

This self-guided walking holiday offers the right combination of visiting typical Umbrian towns and walking through exciting colourful landscapes with unique views. Umbria has been praised for its pure beauty since Roman times, because of its greenness of fertile valleys, hills and mountains, many lakes and rivers, good food and excellent wines.

From € 550.- / 8 days

Price per person based on 2 people sharing

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Nature and Mountains of Antola NP

  • Dogs welcome
  • GPS tracks available
  • One accommodation
  • Self-guided walking holiday
Explore the beautiful Antola
People walking down a hill

Antola, with its rich wildlife and stunning nature is a place every walker will be happy to visit. The must-see 360° view from the Ligurian Sea to the Alps is a great reward for everyone exploring the natural park.

From € 225.- / 5 days

Price per person based on 2 people sharing

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Three country Tour of the Mont Blanc

  • Walking a trail
  • Multiple accommodations
  • Self-guided walking holiday
The iconic walking trail in the Mont Blanc Alps
Walking holiday in the Mont Blanc Alps

Walk in the Mont Blanc Alps in three countries; each with their own distinct character; the Italian slopes with their large rock faces, the Swiss slopes with their soft valleys and the French impressive glacial slopes.

From € 595.- / 8 days

Price per person based on 2 people sharing

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Guided walking holidays in Italy

Le Marche Treasures

  • One accommodation
  • Guided walking holiday
Discover the spectacular Sibillini Mountains on foot
Group of walkers on a mountain

Discover the glorious Sibillini Mountains and their surroundings. Breathtaking views and spectacular scenery in a beautiful and unspoilt area of Central Italy. Easily accessible high peaks and ridges, enchanting valleys and canyons, and the coastline along the cliffs at Monte Conero.

From € 675.- / 8 days

Price per person based on two people sharing a luxury room on a full board basis (all meals and drinks with meals included). Single occupancy available at an extra cost.

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Walking the trails of Liguria

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  • Guided walking holiday icon
Guided walking in the scenic north-west of Italy
Guided walking holiday in Italy

Explore some of the most scenic trails in the Ligurian Mountains during this walking holiday in Italy. Still unspoilt by mass tourism, this ancient land is steeped in culture and tradition. Your guide will introduce you to the landscape and flavours of this undiscovered part of Italy.

From € 600.- / 8 days

Price per person - shared - min 6 people

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Explore Lake Como on Foot

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Guided walking around one of Italy's most beautiful lakes
Guided walking holiday in Italy

Lake Como in the Lombardy region is a popular area for a walking holiday in Italy. This holiday lets you sample the rich history, beautiful scenery and culinary surprises of the region.

From £ 625.- / 8 days

Price per person - shared accommodation

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Walking holidays in Italy

Italy, the country of great food, wonderful culture and beautiful nature. With a Mediterranean climate Italy is an almost year-round destination. When it gets too warm in the Mediterranean areas in the summer, the high mountains of the Alps and the Apennines offer wonderful walking with cooler weather and respite from the heat.

Italy's mountains and National Parks

The country's 24 national parks and 2 great mountain ranges (The Italian Alps and the Apennines) offer many opportunities if you're planning a self-guided walking holiday in Italy. Our article on walking in Italy gives information on the main mountain ranges in Italy and discusses the Italian Alps and Apennines in detail. We also discuss the most attractive National Parks.

Two people walking on a trail in the italian alps in a lush green spring landscape. View on the Matterhorn with an Alpine lake and some walkers in the foreground. Rolling fields that have been harvested with woodland patches around, aerial view.

Special holidays with small-scale businesses

The walking holidays on our website are run by people that live and work in the area. They know every path and trail, and those very special places you should not miss and the package tour tourists will never see. A holiday in Italy with a company on Walkingholidayinfo.co.uk means a personal approach to your holiday and unique insights in local culture and life.

We wish you a great time exploring Italy on foot, and would love to hear from you. Photos also welcome of course! Please contact us through [email protected].

For more information also see our article walking in Italy.

Walking holidays in other European countries

Interested in walking holidays in a different European country? Start from the homepage to browse all the walking holidays in Europe.

Map of Italy in Europe The Italian flag.


Capital: Rome

Area: 50,944 sq. miles, about 1.2 x the size of the UK

Population: 60.6 million

Currency: Euro

More info on Italy:

  • Italy on Wikipedia
  • What is walking in Italy like?

    Italy is extremely varied, both in climate types and in landscapes and relief. As a result, there is some great walking for everyone, at any time of the year. The Mediterranean areas are great for a spring holiday, when you will be enchanted by a green, lush landscapes full of wildflowers. Also the autumn is ideal for walking in these areas with a warmer climate. Temperatures are cooler and the landscape is extra beautiful with all the autumn colours. In summer the higher and cooler mountain areas, such as the Italian Alps and the central Apennines offer summer walking.

    The walking holidays on this page are all organised by small scale, independent holiday providers. They intimately know the areas they work in and can advise you on on all aspects of walking in Italy.

    For more information about Italy, with information on climate, the mountain ranges, national parks and the best time for a walking holiday, also have a look at our Walking in Italy page.

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