It's easy. You can explore France, one of the most beautiful places in the world, without any reason to have cold feet. Our guides have already done the legwork and put together this incredible range of holidays we guarantee you'll love.
It might be one of our self guided tours like the Alsace Wine Trail: walking through the green vineyards, with beautiful views of stone castles and wildlife such as storks, birds, and butterflies.
Or you might travel with an expert on one of our guided tours: from the undiscovered French Riviera, to mountain villages and port towns. All places where you can see unforgettable sights like the Belle Epoque.
As you can see, we've a fantastic range of walking holidays in France - so you can experience the true variety and colour of the country. But there's more for you to discover!
We've created exciting tours in the most interesting, most beautiful locations across France. This is thanks to our guides. These guides have walked the tours many times, keeping their eyes peeled for interesting attractions and talking to locals to find out the most exciting places to visit. If we go to a place and it's not interesting, it doesn't make the list.
We also check how difficult each walk is - we take note of where their paths are most rocky, and those which are most flat, and other details that add or ease the challenge. Just look for our boots symbol on each tour. But no matter which you choose, it's your own pace.
Whether you're a marcher, a stroller or something in-between, you go at your own pace. We've designed our holidays to be close to perfect for all kinds of adventure. All you have to choose are the beautiful sights you want to see.
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For all of these incredible walking tours around France, it's best to book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment -we advise at least six weeks before you wish to travel. Call us to talk about starting your adventure now.
Very easy walking through flower-festooned villages taking in feudal castles, churches, forests and vineyards. Panoramic views of the Black Forest, Vosges Mountains and famous Route du Vin. Lots of wine tasting opportunities.
Brittany's Emerald Coast boasts some of the most stunning scenery in Europe, yet is relatively untouched by tourism. It's a landscape of pink-gold cliffs, deserted poppy-fringed beaches and traditional friendly Breton villages.
Gastronomic meals and historic hotels, sleepy wine villages and traditional mediaeval towns, ancient woodland and some of the world’s most prestigious vineyards. These are some of the highlights of this 6 night walk around the beautiful Cote D'Or along quiet lanes, vineyard tracks and shady woodland paths.
6 nights, hotel-to-hotel
Continental breakfast and 6 gastronomic evening meals
With both moderate and challenging walking options on offer each day, this superb high level mountain hike takes in dramatic gorges, beautiful lakes and traditional mountain villages unchanged over the years. Friendly, 3* hotels throughout.
This gentle hotel-to-hotel walking holiday is a fabulous introduction to the Loire Valley and follows a circular route linking the chateaux of Chenonceau, Amboise and Chaumont. Warm, friendly hotels and great regional cuisine.
A high level challenging hotel-to-hotel walk following well signed footpaths and affording stunning views of Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn and the Swiss Alps. Over 1200 varieties of wild flowers and excellent bird spotting opportunities.
Discover the hidden secrets of the French Riviera, plus some of the familiar sights too, on this guided walking week based at a charming 3-star hotel just a stone's throw from the beach. Picturesque walks, beautiful views and visits to the Riviera's magnificent Caps.
This single centre holiday provides some of the finest walking in France including hiking the Tarn and Jonte Gorges, Aven Armand and in the Cevennes National Park - where you'll find 4000+ flowers including 80 different orchids.
This relaxed walk follows in part the route St James took en route to Compostela, and covers a gently rolling landscape of forests, farmlands, river valleys and fields full of poppies. Highlights include ancient Auxerre, mediaeval UNESCO-listed Vezelay and Chablis, renowned for its famous wines!
This easy walking route explores Provence's archtypical Luberon National Park, a landscape of dazzling ochre cliffs, olive orchards, lavender fields and stunningly beautiful perched villages. Highlights include the picturesque villages of Gordes, Bonnieux and Roussillon.
This gastronomic walk explores the limestone cliffs, wooded valleys and beautiful mediaeval villages that are so unique to France's Dordogne. World famous pre-historic sites and fine local wines add a further dimension to a stay here.