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  • Walking the Amalfi Coast

    Enjoy an incredible, eight-day walking holiday taking in the Amalfi region’s attractive coastline, Naples’ food and Pompeii’s history. An absolute must-do for lovers of history and hiking, this journey is the perfect way to spend a short break, basking in the beauty of the coast and soaking up both the sun and a permeating sense…

  • The French Way as a Family – The final 100kms

    Get your family together for the final section of the Camino Frances, or French Way, from Sarria to Santiago de Compostela. This eight-day journey, which is just over 100 kilometres in length, is a wonderful opportunity to be together as a family and introduce your kids to the best classroom in the world – the…

  • The Cotswold Way

    Taking in the stunning natural beauty of the Cotswolds, this 164-kilometre walk provides the perfect opportunity to soak up the village charms, mouth-watering food and storied history of what feels very much like ‘ye olde Britain’.

  • St Francis’ Way –The final 100kms

    Walk the final stretch of St Francis’ Way to Rome, beginning in Rieti and ending at St Peter’s Basilica. Fuel your legs with tasty, traditional Italian food and plenty of local wine, enjoying a mix of challenging and comfortable walking through the Roman countryside. Your final steps in Rome, leading up to the door of…

  • The Kerry Camino

    The Kerry Camino – Ireland’s answer to the Camino de Santiago – follows a phenomenally beautiful route from the town of Tralee to Dingle, on the Dingle Peninsula. It’s an opportunity to immerse yourself in the much-lauded beauty, culture and history of Ireland – an experience you’ll never forget.

  • The Dingle Way

    Immerse yourself in the rugged beauty of the wild Atlantic as you walk the Dingle Way through some of Ireland’s most breathtaking landscapes.

  • Camino Primitivo

    Beginning in Oviedo and ending in Santiago de Compostela, the Camino Primitivo is 330 kilometres of unadulterated scenery, from the rugged mountains of Asturias to the green Galician countryside.

  • Camino Primitivo – The final 100kms

    Tackle the final 100 kilometres of the Camino Primitivo from Lugo to Santiago de Compostela. The forest paths and quiet roads of Galicia are tranquil, gentle and full of hidden surprises.

  • Via Francigena

    Taking in the final section of the Via Francigena, this 17-day pilgrimage has all the hallmarks of a classic Italian walk. From vineyards and olive groves to homemade pasta and doppio espressos, you’ll never have more efficient fuel in your tank than when walking in Italy.

  • Via Francigena

    Imagine Tuscan hills, plates of pizza and pasta, Chianti wine and castles and cathedrals. Quite simply, this section of the Via Francigena, the historic pilgrimage to the Eternal city of Rome, could be the best nine days of walking in Italy and possibly the whole of Europe.