Do you like to go for a hike or walk in Europe? Here we describe the most popular trekking destinations in Europe to try this Holiday season.
Camino Francés, Spain
Also known as Way of St James, this is a part of pilgrimage that ends inSantiago de Compostela in Spain. Camino Francés starts in St-Jean-Pied-de-Port in France and takes 780km walk, and you can choose a shorter trip that takes 111km, from Sarria to Santiago. Hikers will be well serviced with necessary route information and other facilities.
Lake district, Austria
This is a perfect hub for people who want to explore the Austrian Lake District. You will come across steeple villages and the beautiful odd lake. The walk or hike is easy and offers pleasant journey through Julie Andrews terrain.
Alsace Wine Trail, France
You will have a cultural walk among the wood charm of the vineyards. The 17km walk covers Bergheim,Kaysersberg, Turckheim and Riquewihr. Contact local tourist office for footpath guides.
Kastelli Kissamos, Crete
When you visit this gorgeous place, you will amaze at the picturesque view. You can get here through different routes, taking deserted coastal route, necropolises and olive groves. However, you should be aware of the summer heat while walking. For international courier requirements, you can contact courierpoint with your goods. We will transfer them for you.
It includes many historic hilltop villages such as San Gimignano, Monteriggioni and Colle di Val d’Elsa. You can access these places with a joyful one-day walk. Walk can be made through open countryside and villages.
Durmitor national park, Montenegro
The place is rich with crumbling mountains and dark. The Balkan wilderness has been kept undeveloped. The trails of the park can be accessed from Zabljak on the end of the park. This is a well served hub and most popular trekking holidays in Europe
Tour du Mont Blanc France
You need to get to the elevated path above Chamonix to have the best and picturesque view of the Mont Blanc massif. Choose one-day or shorter term walk between Les Houches and Argentiere. You will be exposed to the natural dramatic views of France, Switzerland and Italy.
Walk to see the atmospheric Kerry hills that offer a superb viewing experience. You can stay in small cottages or choose stay in a pub or by the sea. Kerry hills are straightforward ways that take 4 days walk to explore the Reeks and Dingle peninsula.