"Not all those who wander are lost." - J. R. R. Tolkein
Satisfy your wanderlust on one of our walking holidays in Europe! Perhaps one of our more traditional active breaks, walking holidays enable you to get closer to nature. That’s why all of our walking holidays are in places of immense natural beauty, allowing you to stop and take in some of the breath-taking views along the way. We offer guided and self-guided walking holidays, so don’t worry if you’re not too confident in your navigational skills.
Our walking guides have expert knowledge of their local area, so they can show you the most beautiful and fascinating parts you are visiting; they’ll even provide suggestions for good restaurants and bars! While we offer walking tours for all fitness levels, a good basic level of fitness is advised to get the most out of your hiking holiday.
The most basic and sometimes the best tour is the one completed on foot. And while some people have put a twist on these walking tours, like our walking gourmet tour in the Alpe Adria, most of our walking holidays keep it simple so you get to enjoy your surroundings.
We have packages that cater for all fitness levels, and even have a Nordic walking break in Barcelona, a relatively new sport with a specific fitness technique that helps tone your muscles quicker. We know that regardless of your capabilities, a walking holiday is the perfect opportunity to explore. During the summer months, we have a walking holiday in the beautiful National Parks of Croatia and in the Triglav National Park in Slovenia. We also have a few packages that explore the history of the local area, why not explore the locations of the crucial WW1 battles on the Slovenian and Italian border? Walking holidays are great for both short breaks and long holidays. You’ll see sights that conventional holidaymakers may not, and you’ll return home feeling invigorated!If this hasn’t persuaded you then maybe our blog on alternative tours and active walking tours will.
For further inspiration and more holiday options visit ActivityBreaks.com