And discovering our walking tours in France
By any name (hiking, a trek or a stroll), trekking holidays encourages you to take your time. By discovering outstanding landscapes and lovely accommodations from village to village, hiking allows you to immerse into nature and, as you gently progress, mother nature slowly yields her odours, sounds and secrets.
Walking holiday590€The Val Maira is a little-known valley in Italian Piedmont. It lies to the East of the Ubaye (French Alps) and to the South of the Varaita Valley. This remote region still contains traces of an extraordinarily rich past: flamboyant mural frescoes on…6 daysComfortDifficulty
The Lavender of Drôme provençaleThese walks have been carefully chosen to bring you into intimate contact with the tastes and scents of Drôme Provençale. Wander along little-known paths which weave through vineyards, peach, apricot and cherry orchards, truffle oaks and…7 daysComfortDifficulty
The pink granite coastline of BrittanyImagine yourself setting off along the customs' path that closely follows the celebrated pink granite coastline of northern Britanny. This really is the great outdoors with a backdrop of the swelling sea that sparkles from emerald green to…8 daysComfortDifficulty
The secluded Ardèche 5 daysThe walk begins along the route of the old steam train which used to chug from Lamastre to Le Cheylard through the mountains of the Ardèche department. The railways were opened in 1891, but since 1968 most of them have ceased activity, lost…5 daysComfortDifficulty
The floating villages of the Queyras 4 daysThe Queyras: 2500 inhabitants, 2500 chamois, 2500 flower species. The Queyras resembles an archipelago sheltered from the worries of the modern world. Here the sun shines for 300 days a year. Valleys perched from 1600 to 2000 metres, cradle of the…4 daysComfortDifficulty
In the footsteps of the Huguenots - 3 daysThis is a unique trip which brings together the scenic splendour of varied countryside with the discovery of the cultural and historical heritage of the Huguenots. In 1685, Louis XIV of France (the Sun King!) revoked the Edict of Nantes which had…3 daysComfortDifficulty