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10 day West Highland Way walking holiday

The West Highland Way is Scotland’s most popular long-distance walking route. It stretches 154km from Milngavie to Fort William, taking in a huge variety of scenery, from countryside fields and forests to loch shores and from open moorlands to rugged mountains. Our standard West Highland Way itinerary takes 10 days (9 nights) to complete the whole trail with an average of 19km of walking per day. On request, we can design a custom shorter version of the itinerary, either more demanding or more leisurely. Extra nights are also possible to book in most places along the route. The route is very well signposted, with well-maintained paths and tracks throughout. Accommodation, services and ...Read more >
From £865 excluding flights

Croatia cycling holiday, Dalmatia by bike and boat

Central Dalmatia is the most action-packed and diverse part of Croatia, with pretty islands, quiet ports, rugged mountains, numerous castles and UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the Diocletian’s Palace in Split and the ancient strip fields of the Stari Grad Plain on the island of Hvar. And the rugged 1,500 metre-high Dinaric Range provides a dramatic background during most parts of the itinerary. This guided cycling tour in Dalmatia starts and ends in Split exploring amazing coastlines, medieval towns, old villages and picturesque bays. Highlights include great beaches, vineyards, pine woods, cycling across the historic islands and exploring Mljet National Park. Croatia is a land of ...Read more >
From £580 excluding flights

The peaks in Bulgaria walking holiday

The Rila and Pirin Mountains are often called the Bulgarian Alps, and for good reason. On this eight day, self-guided walking holiday, our carefully crafted itinerary takes you up to some of the ranges’ highest peaks, and across other magnificent glacial trekking terrain. You are based in two different locations, Govedartsi village and the historic town of Bansko, so that you get the most of both Pirin and Rila National Parks, their respective Mount Vihren and Mount Musala being two much sought after summits. This trip also includes a trek to Seven Rila Lakes, and the UNESCO Rila Monastery.Read more >
From £795 excluding flights

Rila Mountains walking holiday in Bulgaria

This five day self-guided Rila Mountains walking break is a deep dive into the dramatic peaks of the highest range on the Balkan Peninsula. On your trek to its highest peak, Mount Musala (2,925m) you can even see across the border into Greece. Although this is a short break, because you are centre-based, you have plenty of time each day to take on different walks, such as to the region’s spectacular Seven Rila Lakes, Zeleni Rid ridge and through the glacial wonders and pine forests of the Malyovitsa Valley. As well as to Mout Malyovitsa at 2,729m.Read more >
From £455 excluding flights

Meteora and Pindos walking holiday in Greece

Our Meteora and Pindos Mountains walking holiday in Greece combines the stunning rock formations and monasteries of Meteora with a breathtaking walk through the Vikos Gorge, the world’s deepest canyon and experiencing the enchanting 18th century stone villages and bridges of the Pindos Mountains. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Meteora has unusual and spectacular landscapes of immense monolithic pillars on top of which sit Eastern Orthodox monasteries dating back to the 14th century. Reach the world-famous Megalo Meteoron and Varlaam monasteries on foot and walk among the gigantic rock pillars to enjoy some truly breathtaking views. Discover the hidden caves in Meteora during a guided ...Read more >
From £690 excluding flights

West Highland way walking holiday, 8 days

The West Highland Way is Scotland’s most popular long-distance walking route. It stretches 154km from Milngavie to Fort William, taking in a huge variety of scenery, from countryside fields and forests to loch shores and from open moorlands to rugged mountains. The tour will take only eight days (7 nights) to complete. The route is very well signposted, with well-maintained paths and tracks throughout. Accommodation, services and refreshments are also conveniently located from start to finish, providing opportunities for a comfortable and relaxing end to a tough day’s walking.Read more >
From £705 excluding flights

Pirin Mountains walking short break, Bulgaria

A five day self-guided Pirin Mountains walking break, within Pirin National Park which protects this spectacular range. The Pirin Mountains boast more than 60 granite peaks with elevations of over 2,500m and, on this short holiday, you trek to the top of two of them. These are Mount Vihren (2914m), Mount Polezhan (2,850m), but you also head up to the exquisite heights of Todorina Porta Pass at 2,550m, with superb views all around. This is a centre-based holiday, staying at a small, family-run hotel in Bankso, a popular ski resort in winter months.Read more >
From £305 excluding flights

The Carian Trail walking holiday in Turkey

This self guided week of walking in Turkey is split into two halves with seaside accommodation in firstly Bozburun and then Akyaka providing a couple of hand-picked bases from where to set out on the Carian Trail. Luggage transfers, transport to trail heads, detailed maps and walking notes allow for a relaxed itinerary, with daily distances of around 12kms ensuring you get to experience southwest Turkey in your own time, at a pace that suits the sea breeze. Although the entirety of the Carian Trail stretches for over 800kms this certainly isn’t going to be achieved over the course of an eight day walking holiday. However, you will be invited to make the most of shaded pine forests, as ...Read more >
From £645 excluding flights

Albanian Alps walking holiday, tailor made

Experience European hiking as it used to be... The Albanian Alps Explorer is a walking tour for intrepid travellers who are eager to discover the beauty of the Albanian Accursed Mountains at their own pace. The Albanian Alps offer breathtaking natural scenery and the best hiking through some of the last untamed natural locations and wilderness available in Europe. From your starting point at historic Shkoder on Lake Skadar, you’ll have the chance to visit Rozafa Fortress. Your journey to the heart of the Accursed Mountains is an integral part of the Albanian Alps experience and includes a ride on the Koman Ferry (described as one of the world’s great boat journeys). The tour offers the ...Read more >
From £770 excluding flights

North Montenegro activity holiday

This Peaks of the Balkans Highlights trip is a self-guided walking holiday between Albania and Montenegro, the main thrust of which is walking in the Accursed Mountains, which are much more accessible than their name suggests. With jagged peaks to look up at in awe throughout, navigate these remote landscapes on natural thoroughfares such as Valbona Valley, or on a boat ride across Koman lake. Using a pack horse to carry your bags you are free to wander, or look on in wonder at the Gashi River Reserve, the flower-filled meadows of Doberdal Valley or Mount Tromedja, a peak that overlooks three borders. In Montenegro, you are rewarded with Prokletije National Park, some superb wild swimming ...Read more >
From £975 excluding flights

Rota Vicentina walking holiday in Portugal

The Fishermen’s Trail is the coastal part of Portugal’s famous Rota Vicentina long-distance trail. This walking holiday follows some of the best-preserved coastlines in Europe through the beautiful national park in the Alentejo region. During your walks, you will be accompanied by the ocean always on your side, and, at times, you will be presented with seemingly endless fields of wildflowers. Well-signposted paths will take you along impressive cliffs, down to deserted beaches and secret sandy coves, accessible only on foot.Read more >
From £455 excluding flights

Lycian Way hiking holiday in Turkey

The itinerary follows the highest and most rugged eastern section of the Lycian Way, winding its way above the Mediterranean’s most dramatic coastline, to the limestone peaks of Mount Olympos, soaring high above the glittering sea. It descends through shady wooded valleys along a beautiful beach past the ruins of Olympos. You will walk through mountainous landscapes and dense forests, where the oriental strawberry tree grows. From the pass at Musa Dagi, you can enjoy a great view of the towering mountains. It finishes at the spectacular lighthouse on the ridge of Cape Gelidonia. HIGHLIGHTS - Walk the eastern section of Turkey’s Lycian Way Trail - Experience an authentic, less-travelled ...Read more >
From £850 excluding flights

Bulgaria self drive holiday

Bulgaria is bursting with extraordinary cultural heritage and, on this self-drive tour, you travel to all of its UNESCO sites over nine days. Start and end this cultural circuit in Sofia, where you pick up a rental car, with a first stop at nearby Boyana Church, made up of three buildings boasting perfectly preserved medieval art. Other Bulgaria UNESCO sites included en route are Rila Monastery, the Thracian tombs of Kazanlak and Sveshtari, and Ivanovo Rock Monastery. Enjoy Bulgaria’s fine natural heritage too on this trip, such as in the mountainous terrain of Pirin National Park.Read more >
From £855 excluding flights

Self guided walking holiday in Montenegro

This self guided week of walking in southern Montenegro and around the Bay of Kotor opens up one of Europe’s most scenic stretches of coastline with some fab trails, created for fair to active walkers, to be undertaken direct from your doorstep or after a short scenic drive or boat trip. A choice of daily distances, ranging from 10kms – 17kms, provide more than enough exercise to work up an appetite for seafood suppers, with abandoned military mule tracks and alpine trails in Lovcen National Park providing ample opportunities for picnics from where to soak up the views. Switching accommodation from Lovcen National Park to Perast, close to Kotor, mid-way through the holiday gives you a ...Read more >
From £920 excluding flights

The Portugal Way final section holiday

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. The central Camino Portugués route is relatively flat and easy to navigate and it is a great alternative to the French Camino. Spend one unforgettable week walking through stunning Galician countryside and villages and exploring fascinating historical towns and cities. Highlights Small villages and historic towns like Valenca, Tui and Pontevedra Taste oysters in Arcade Santiago de Compostela cathedralRead more >
From £540 excluding flights

Mount Toubkal classic climb, privately guided

Our Mount Toubkal Classic Climb is an active way to spend just two nights and three days in the mountains to acclimatise, approach, summit and descend the highest peak in North Africa. This is a privately guided trek, you will not be part of a group, and your party will be accompanied by a personal certified guide and a muleteer. If you do not have three days, we also offer a shorter version enabling you to complete the climb in just two days by skipping the acclimatisation day in Imlil – but mind that you need to be in excellent physical condition to be able to complete this.Read more >
From £290 excluding flights

Amalfi and Sorrento walking holiday, Italy

On our demanding but rewarding Amalfi and Sorrento Coast to Coast trek, you will discover that the Amalfi Coast has become Italy’s most famous coastline for a good reason, but also that there are still places where you can be all by yourself, surrounded by nature. The Alta Via is a must for the avid hiker (just like the GR20 in Corsica). It is the long-distance trail which runs high above the Amalfi Coast, from Cava dei Tirreni in the very East to Punta Campanella, the tip of the Sorrentinian Peninsula. It roughly follows the ridge of the Lattari mountains, the backbone of the peninsula. Going from the sea to the mountains, you’ll walk through little villages, vineyards and olive groves, ...Read more >
From £945 excluding flights

Rhodope Mountains walking holiday in Bulgaria

Lose yourself, figuratively, in the natural beauty of Bulgaria’s Rhodope Mountains as you embark on a week of self guided walking within some of the region’s most impressive gorges and canyons. Some of the panoramic views from the Eagle’s Eye platform close to the village of Lagodina are simply breathtaking with Buinovo Gorge, Tirgrad Gorge and the Canyon of Waterfalls also offering ample excuses to pause for awhile and soak up the scenery. This region of Bulgaria abounds with myths and folklore tales which always make for an enthralling accompaniment to a day’s walk especially for any travellers interested in the legendary Greek, Orpheus. Throughout this moderate week of walking in ...Read more >
From £735 excluding flights

Self-guided walking short break in Montenegro

This is a shorter version of our moderate South Montenegro and Kotor Bay dual centre-based self guided walking holiday in Montenegro. It offers a truly wonderful itinerary which includes some of the best walks in South Montenegro, considered one of the most breathtaking coastal areas in Europe. Designed for moderate and more active hikers who are interested in getting closer to the culture and dramatic nature which can only be viewed from the beautiful mountain trails, this our is perfect for taking in the sights and sounds and the solitude of these two beautiful areas where the mountains meet the sea. Our walks in nature are combined with must-see visits to the Old Capital of Cetinje, ...Read more >
From £755 excluding flights

Amalfi Coast budget walking holiday

Certain sections of southern Italy's glitterati would have you believe that the Amalfi Coast is off-limits for budget travellers however, we'd have to disagree as this wonderful week of walking goes to prove. We've created an excellent itinerary that takes in the world-famous coastline from a whole new perspective with lesser-known, and less-crowded, walking trails putting you in the most perfect of pictures. From the Footpath of the Gods (Sentiero degli Dei) to the Highway of the Villages (Maestra dei Villaggi), this walking holiday on the Amalfi Coast also encompasses all of the highlights with overnight accommodation in Bomerano, Amalfi and the seaside village of Praiano providing ...Read more >
From £650 excluding flights