Walking holidays in Greece
Greece is the home of the ancients and of the gods, and can rightly be considered the cradle of European civilization.
Our Greek routes fall into two distinct categories, like the country itself – mainland and island. The Vikos Gorge, in the far north-east close to the border with Albania, is the scene of probably the most dramatic of all our walking days throughout our canon of routes. Our two Cycladic Island routes offer a delightful combination of history, grandeur, and sea.
In all cases the cuisine is distinctive, and the landscape unspoiled.
Sparkling seas, sun-washed villages, and ancient statues This two-island route offers some fine walking on two contrasting islands, each with its own special flavour. The scenery in both is ...
Price: from £560 for 5 nights
Quiet beaches and hills, walking on old mule tracks Andros is one of the islands in the northern Cyclades which tends to be overlooked by the traveller; for a walker this should be remedied, ...
Price: from £515 for 4 nights
Stone villages and the dramatic Vikos gorge This walk concentrates on the jewel in the crown of northern Greece – mountainous Zagori (also known as Zagoria), famed for its ...