Last minute availability on these guided walks means you don’t need to miss out on a Fall escape!
There’s nothing like a fall vacation to recharge the batteries. We still have availability for guided walks in September and October in selected locations, but you’ll need to be quick.
Browse our featured tours below or contact us to find your perfect fall escape: 1-800-567-6286 or email@example.com.
Island hopping between the varied landscapes of the Aeolian Islands: panoramic coastal paths, dramatic lava trails, natural bubbling mud baths and sulphorous green craters..
Our Islands of Sicly Walk guided tour leads you on the stunning easern coast, taking in some of the island’s precious jewels, from the spectacular Greek theater of Taormina to the immpressive Mount Etna, the largest active volcano in Europe!
Delights of Dalmatian Coast Walk
Croatia’s rich cultural heritage is matched only by its amazing natural beauty; this magnificent coastline of sandy beaches, unspoiled islands, tourist-free villages and barely-visited historic sites is perfect for exploring on foot.
On our Delights of the Dalmatian Coast Walk you’ll visit the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Dubrovnik, Split and Trogir, beautiful off shore islands and the shimmering waterfalls of stunning Krka National Park.
One of our most popular tours! This guided walk combines gentle walking to the nearby white villages of Sedella, Salares and Cómpeta with visits to the caves at Nerja and a day in Málaga, the birthplace of Picasso.
You stay throughout in the fabulous Finca el Cerrillo, a 200-year old olive mill with pool and beautiful gardens. The food here is superb with menus relying on fresh, local produce enjoyed all fresco on warm evenings.
Explore the natural beauty of the undiscovered Algarve and the full range of landscapes – river paths, beautiful coastlines and mountain vistas – that this vibrant and varied region has to offer.
On our Guided Walk through the Algarve we’ll visit Cabo de São Vicente; Europe’s southern most western tip and the starting point for the great explorers. Next, we follow the Rota Vincentina trail alongside flower-filled meadows to the Fishermen’s Trail – this rugged coastline is quite simply mind-blowing – ending the day at Odeceixe Beach, one of the most photographed in Portugal. Our final nights of the trip are in the Serra de Monchique, and drive to Fóia peak for memorable views from the highest point in the Algarve.
How about heading off the tourist trail to experience a unique and rarely seen side of Spain? Located in the Terres de l’Ebre region of Southern Catalunya, and traversed by the longest river in Spain, you’ll find the Ebro Delta – one of the most remarkable delta regions of its kind in Europe. Aside from its protected lagoons and wildlife, this little-known region harbors ancient cities, glorious sandy beaches and some of Spain’s most breathtaking landscapes, not to mention mouth-watering local tapas and regional wines. Welcome to the real Spain…