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Walking Holidays in Greece

Walking Holidays Greece

Walking Holidays in Greece

Mountains & Villages of Evia

Walking Holidays in Greece
8 Days from £ 1099

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Discover Evia with walks through coastal paths, forests and gorges

Walking & Trekking

Walking on the Greek Islands

Greek Islands
8 Days from £ 1499

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Discover three idyllic Greek islands

Walking & Trekking

Walking in Crete

Walking Holidays in Greece
8 Days from £ 2099
£ 1999

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Trek trails on the largest island in Greece, where the magical Mediterranean meets ancient empires

Walking & Trekking

Walking the Pelion Peninsula


Explore the Pelion Peninsula in mainland Greece – the 'Land of the Centaurs'

Walking & Trekking

Walking on Kythnos Island – Premium

Walking Holidays in Greece
7 Days from £ 1149

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Embark on exceptional walks across the unexplored Cycladic Island of Kythnos.

Walking & Trekking

Contrasts of Crete Walking

8 Days from £ 1399

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Explore the most remote south-west corner of Crete

Walking & Trekking

Top 5 Islands to Explore when Walking Greek Islands

Kythnos: Boasting everything from ancient archaeological sites to stunning landscapes, Kythnos is a paradise for hikers. It may be one of the less popular destinations but it sure packs a punch with its incomparable scenery. Our guided hiking tours in the Greek islands also introduce you to its fabulous culture and friendly locals. Discover the most idyllic views as you follow a series of hiking trails past ancient sites, along the coast and through the untamed countryside, or explore the fabulous Byzantine castle ruins that lie on top of the headland.

Evia: Although Evia is the second largest island in Greece, its beautiful mountain villages and heavenly beaches remain much less crowded than other islands. As well as taking you off the tourist paths, Evia will charm you with its picturesque landscapes that wrap around country lanes and goat trails. Discover authentic mountain villages, Byzantine churches and fascinating Roman sites, perhaps resting for a cool drink at one of the traditional Greek tavernas or ouzo-meze bars along the way. Hiking through the valley of Mili is especially scenic and as you wind among citrus trees, cypress trees and olive groves, the most dramatic views across the Aegean Sea unfold.

Santorini: Arguably the most famous island in Greece, and in the world, owing to its stellar sunsets and Cycladic whitewashed houses, Santorini is every paradise seeker’s dream. It’s hard to believe that the entire island was created from a gigantic volcanic eruption circa 1650 BC, forming its distinctive crescent shape that you see today. The villages of Oia and Fira are equally as captivating and give you a glimpse into the culture and history of Santorini. You’ll also find world-class restaurants and bars on the island where you can try traditional Greek food and enjoy a drink as you look out over the Mediterranean. If you prefer to escape the busier parts of Santorini, there are plenty of secluded walking trails and ancient sites to explore.

Paros: Hike along Byzantine paths that connect the ancient villages of Paros and uncover the incredible past of this beguiling island. Its famous white marble put Paros on the map when it was used to carve the Venus de Milo and Napoleon’s tomb. The beaches of Paros are undoubtedly beautiful but it’s the historic villages and towns that really let you get under its skin. Head to the capital and port town of Paroikia where medieval and neoclassical buildings line the streets or follow the centuries-old Byzantine path from Leftkes to the east coast of Paros.

Naxos: This is the largest of the Cyclades islands and its diverse landscape plays host to pretty walking trails, ancient sites and mountain villages. The main town of Hora is made up of higgledy-piggledy streets, fortified Venetian mansions and a vibrant waterfront but if you prefer to go off grid, you won’t have to go far before you find yourself at an historic site or a remote mountain village. As you explore, you’ll also notice a blend of Classical, Venetian and Byzantium influences throughout the island. Because of its fertile landscapes, Naxos is home to some of the finest produce in the country, including olives, corn, grapes, figs and citrus fruit.

A lovely week in an undisturbed mountain environment. We hardly saw anyone else on our walks, and Yagodina village is completely calm. It feels such a healthy week – unspoilt and wholesome.

Paul Masters Bulgaria: Rodopi Mountains

An unbelievably beautiful part of the world, crossing corners of three countries each as beautiful as each other. Based in Les Houches, just 20 minutes outside Chamonix, we stayed in Chalet Chalupa, a modern, spacious comfortable chalet with all the amenities you would need and more. Big bedrooms, all with en-suite and most with a balcony. A hot tub outside for relaxing the aching bones after the walks just adds to the luxury.
Whilst we were a bit out of Chamonix, the public bus service was excellent, every 30 minutes promptly. Equally, there is plenty on offer in Les Houches if you want to stay local to the chalet.
Our hosts, Laura and Gonzalo, had treats to welcome us, provided breakfast, lunch (packed) and dinner of excellent standards every day (apart from the free day of course when breakfast is provided but not lunch or dinner). We didn’t go hungry!

Simon Guinn Mont Blanc Highlights

I really loved the week. The walks were stunning, and it was great to be able to have to plan nothing, just be taken for amazing day walks. More solo walkers in the group than I had expected which was good for me being one myself (rather than being the odd one out amongst couples) and the group were really good company. I stayed in Chalet Chocolat, the location was great, a 20 min walk outside the lovely Chamonix, or a few mins on the train the station for which is just a couple of minutes away (and you are given a weeks ticket on arrival). The food provided was very tasty (many thanks Sol and Tomas), the bedrooms a bit basic but wasn’t staying for a luxury trip, rather for the walking so that was fine, and they were ensuite which is what matters for me. Highly recommended, I just wish I could do the week for the first time again.

Paul Adams Mont Blanc Highlights