Introducing Our Walking Holidays In Europe

Winter may be approaching all too quickly, but fear not, for the walking season is not over. Celtic Trails are delighted to announce the launch of a series of European walks this autumn aimed at blowing away those winter blues. Each walk has been specially chosen to bring a bit of warmth and sunshine between October and April when British weather can become a little damp and unpredictable (although they can be enjoyed in summer months too). With winter walking holidays in europe, as well as the enjoyable climate, you will find everything you would normally expect to have on a Celtic Trails holiday – the very finest walking routes, the best accommodation of it’s kind available and all your individual requirements catered for.

European walks, winter walking holidays in europeSo, where will a European walking holiday take you? For those who enjoy coastal walking, we have some of Europe’s most spectacular coastlines on offer with routes in Portugal and Mallorca. Here you will find pristine beaches, hidden coves, perfectly turquoise sea and views to take your breath away. Alternatively, if history and tradition are what you’re after, then a walk in Spain’s Aragon region may be of interest. Finally, if you’re looking for something completely different, then take a trip to the Canary Islands for some of the most diverse walking available. A walking holiday here can begin on a volcano, journey through a rainforest and end finish on a beach overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

We’re confident that in Europe you will find Winter Walking Holidays in Europe every bit as enjoyable as those you’ve shared with us in the UK and we can’t wait to hear about your adventures. To find out more about our European walks, visit our European holidays page or alternatively for some helpful advice on which holiday is best for you, please phone us on +44 (0) 1291 689774

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