Piedmont: Barolo & Langhe Wine Region
7 nights | 55 mls | from: £675
Even at the height of the summer, the idyllic vineyard landscapes of the Langhe region are rarely troubled by mass-tourism. Visiting in the run-up to the grape harvests, beginning in September, can be an ideal time to visit winemakers, who have more time than usual to let visitors sample vintages.
6 to 15 nights | 75 to 135 mls | from: £555
One of the most remote, tranquil routes in Wales, with the added benefit of the excellent waymarking and route plotting that comes with its National Trail status. Discover the quiet beauty of the Cambrian Hills, one of the last remaining truly wild places in Southern Britain.
7 nights | 58 mls | from: £950
A year-round ‘goldilocks’ climate (warm, but breezy) makes the quietest of the Canaries ideal for a nature-filled getaway. Known as ‘Isle Bonita’ (the pretty island) for its unspoilt, dramatic landscapes, this walk takes in the Caldera de Taburiente National Park, a protected environment set within a huge volcanic crater.
6 to 7 nights | 64 mls | from: £560
Trek through quiet, breath-takingly beautiful highlands scenery without a single soul around for miles. As the trail loops around expansive loch and forest, discover some of Scotland’s most grand, open landscapes, beginning and ending your walk in the picturesque Victorian town of Blairgowrie.
4 to 7 nights | 37 to 80 mls | from: £615
Perfect for travellers looking to escape the summer crowds, this walking holiday offers exploration through quiet, beautiful scenery and a warm, lively welcome waiting for you at the colourful harbour towns and charming villages you spend the night in after an active day’s out in the fresh, sea air.
Isle of Arran Coastal Way
7 to 8 nights | 65 mls | from: £700
Just a stone’s throw away from the mainland, walking the Isle of Arran offers a convenient island retreat, an escape to long stretches of pristine, empty beaches. Our itinerary loops around the entire island, walking in invigorating sea air with the sea on one hand, and the forests and peaks of Goatfell further inland.