Walking Holidays In France
Our Range of Walking Holidays in France
Walking holidays in France have always been popular and with our 30 years experience organising holidays you can be assured that everything is taken care of for you. Our well researched routes take you off the beaten track and give you plenty of time to enjoy the hidden delights of medieval honey stone villages and dramatic scenery.
Our self-guided, inn to inn walking holidays include accommodation, baggage transfers and route notes. Most meals are also included. Your holiday also includes our whole hearted attention to detail that will make your holiday the best it can be.
Dordogne & Vezere Valley Walk
Starting from Les Eyzies de Tayac on the banks of the Vezere River this brand new tour will take you through 3 of the "most beautiful villages" in France and includes the stunning Jardins de Marqueyssac with wonderful views over the Dordogne River.
The route involves distances of up to 19.5 km / 12 miles a day and has occasional short steep climbs.
Les Eyzies – Boyer – Beynac – Vitrac – Sarlat
Plus Beaux Villages de France Walk
Walking through the départements of Corrèze (in the region of Limousin) and Lot (in the region of Midi-Pyrénées), your tour will take you around the valley of the Upper Dordogne river. The route includes visiting six of the “most beautiful villages” in France.
The route involves distances of up to 23 km / 14 miles a day and has occasional short steep climbs.
Sarrazac – Meyssac – Beaulieu sur Dordogne – Carennac – Loubressac
Rocamadour has been a famous medieval pilgrimage destination since the 11th century. The sudden view of the sinuous line of houses, clinging to the edge of a cliff made by the river Alzou, is breathtaking! The hustle and bustle of two days here is well worth it and also sets an interesting contrast to the much quieter towns and villages you will find on this stunning route.
The route involves distances of up to 20 km / 12.5 miles a day and has occasional moderate climbs.
Souillac – St Sozy – Rocamadour(2 nights) – Loubressac - St Céré (2 nights)
Hidden away in the north of the Ardèche is a picture book landscape of terraced fields and tumbling streams, high pine-covered ridges and deep secret valleys. Called the Haut Vivarais, it contains some of the finest and least known walking country in France.
The route involves distances of up to 22km / 14 miles a day and has some long steep sections.
Le Crestet – Lamastre – Lalouvesc – St. Bonnet Le Froid – St Agrève (2 nights) – Lamastre
Bespoke French Walking Holiday
Do you want a walking holiday in the Dordogne, Corrèze, Lot or Ardèche but maybe have different requirements? Would you like more luxury? Additional Days? Less distance? Would you like to do some cycling in addition? Let us know and we can tailor a perfect holiday to suit your needs.
Prices varied according to needs