Our walking holidays in Italy visit Amalfi, Ischia, the Dolomites, Cinque Terre, Abruzzo and Tuscany
Step by step, discover stunning scenery on a walking holiday in Italy.
Our walking holidays in Italy continue to be extremely popular due to a combination of our experienced
and friendly walking guides and stunning locations.
Every year we introduce a variety of new locations
and grades so that there is something to suit every kind of walker, from more experienced trekkers to ramblers.
Whether you prefer the more challenging terrain of the Dolomites, or gentle walking through the lemon groves of Amalfi, there will be something to suit you.
Above all, our walking tours of Italy always include delicious food, wine
or cheese tasting, sociable evenings spent together as a group and plenty to discover and learn along the way.
Our local guides are what make the difference, we have known them for many years and many are firm friends.
They provide a wealth of knowledge that will truly enhance your experience.
Visit the artists' retreat of Ravello, we descend through vineyards and lemon groves.
Visit Amalfi town and walk the labyrinthine path around the headland to Atrani.
Coastal walks with spectacular views all the way to Positano – the most picturesque of villages.
Circle the crater of Vesuvius with stunning views of the Bay of Naples.
Spend time discovering the extraordinary site of Pompeii.
Explore the ‘green island’ in the Bay of Naples with mountains rising above 2000 feet.
Enjoy Grade 3 walking with our wonderful, local guide Marianna as she leads you through varied landscapes.
Walk past medieval castles, cave dwellings, vineyards, olive groves, forests and beaches.
Walk through the vineyards, lunching and wine tasting at the winery. Swim in the sea and thermal spa.
Visit an orchard, pick the fruit and use it in an informal cooking class.
Discover the 'unknown' Dolomites of the Bellunesi National Park.
Brimming with wildlife - mouflon, red & roe deer, chamois, marmot and ten pairs of golden eagles!
Magnificent views, fields of wildflowers, Alpine chalets, hornbeam, Scotspine and streams.
Visit Pedavena Brewery, and enjoy a cheese tasting in an organic dairy.
Marvel at sculpted waterfalls at Cadini del Brenton.
Visit museums, copper mines and the Vajout dam.
Trek the Italian Riviera's most spectacular coastline, discovering five of it most beautiful villages in fabulous settings
Enjoy the panoramic views as you ride the little railways between the villages at the start and end of each walk
Discover the rich Ligurian culture, conserved thanks to centuries of isolation from the outside world, and "breached" just
a century ago
Visit beautiful glittering Portofino or historic Genoa ("la Superba"), with its UNESCO protected Old Town
Stroll alongside fast flowing rivers, beside mountain lakes and through medieval stone villages where time stands
Look out for wolf, bear, lynx, eagle and chamois in the high meadows of the Apennines
Walk through one of the most beautiful forests of the Abruzzo National Park, enjoying spectacular views of the high
On your day off, canoe on the lake, hire a bike, go horse riding in Italy's oldest national park, or ride the panoramic
train to Sulmona
Explore ‘classic Tuscany’ with our most experienced guide, Stefano Spinetti. He has walked this route many times and is passionate about the region.
Enjoy Grade 3 walking past abbeys and zigzagging around the hillsides of the Val d’Orcia.
Visits to Montepulciano, Pienza and Montalcino. Gregorian monks chanting in Sant’Antimo Abbey.
Visit glorious Siena, with its shell shaped piazza and campanile on your free day.
As we are in the heart of wine country, we visit a vineyard and taste some delicious wines.
Join our two centre holiday in a small hilltop town and a remote and beautiful hamlet.
Enjoy a day in the Natural Park of Mount Subasio with Assisi below.
Wonderful walking through the mystical landscape of Spoleto.
Follow paths and vineyards, through ancient woodland to San Martino and Todi.
Visit Perugia or discover the many artistic treasures of Assisi on your free day.
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