Sometimes walking is the only way to truly appreciate your surroundings, and our collection of specially curated walking holidays for solo travellers really do take you to some stunning destinations. Explore Europe on foot - with a world famous pilgrimage in through Northern Spain, follow trails high above the sea on the famous Amalfi coast, or spend some time a little closer to home roaming the hidden gems of the home nations.
Join our knowledgeable local guides to uncover all of the must-see sites as well as some of the lesser known one on one of our Just You guided Walking holidays ... here's our favourite destinations to whet your appetite.
1. Walking The Camino de Santiago
El Camino de Santiago was the most important religious and cultural route in Europe in the Middle Ages. On this Just You Walking tour of the Camino de Sanitago, we will follow parts of its path taken by pilgrims heading to Santiago de Compostela, also known as the Way of St James. Wander through vineyards and charming villages, trek to the highlands taking in the architectural wonders of the churches, castles & cathedrals en route - this is got to be the way to explore the very best of northern Spain.
2. Walking the picturesque Amalfi Coast
This relaxed walking tour explores the trails of the Amalfi Coast giving you plenty of time to admire remote picturesque villages and stunning views on the way. Stopping at the popular towns of Sorrento, Ravello and Amalfi - an escorted walking tour will also include several destinations off the beaten track - stopping at delightful fishing villages, local farms for lunch and the wonderful Gardens of Augustus to mention a few.
3. Walking amidst archaeological sites of Crete
Our island walking holiday in Crete offers something for everyone. Discover isolated beaches and secluded coves, take in breath-taking archaeological sites, hike through spectacular countryside surrounding the White Mountains and see the picture-perfect Lake Kournas - and at the end of every day, relax in the company of your fellow walkers at your luxury hotel. What more could you ask for?!
4. Walking the landscapes of Tuscany
Explore ancient trails along the rolling hills of Tuscany with mountain scenery and medieval delights - with traditional Tuscan dishes and local wines to enjoy on the way.
5. A little closer to home - Walking in the UK
The great thing about walking is its adaptability. Once you’ve tried a European walking holiday, perhaps you’ll take a break closer to home, and discover the delights on your doorstep in the UK. The flexibility and range of walking holidays out there means there’s something for everyone. Our walks in the UK vary from the drama of the spectacular Snowdonia National Park to the serene rolling moors and rivers of the Peak District. One things for sure - staying in the UK for a walking holiday does not mean compromising on adventure.