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Self-guided walking holidays by On Foot Holidays

Self-guided hotel-to-hotel walking routes scattered across Europe, from Portugal to Turkey and from Andalucia to England, often in little-known regions. All routes are designed by local people, and are graded to offer something for all types of walker, from the experienced hiker to the Sunday stroller. Your accommodation is likely to be small, charming and friendly, often special, rarely luxurious. Your luggage will be transported from one accommodation to await your arrival at the next, so you need only carry a light day pack.

Self-guided hotel-to-hotel walking routes scattered across Europe, from Portugal to Turkey and from Andalucia to England, often in little-known regions. All routes are designed by local people, and are graded to offer something for all types of walker, from the experienced hiker to the Sunday stroller. Your accommodation is likely to be small, charming and friendly, often special, rarely luxurious. Your luggage will be transported from one accommodation to await your arrival at the next, so you need only carry a light day pack.

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A self-guided hike through the unspoilt Karst from the Slovenian capital Ljubljana to the Habsburg port of Trieste, taking in the Postojna and Skocjan cave systems too. Farmhouse stays, and local food.

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The River Dordogne, beloved of travellers for decades, passes through some of the most beautiful countryside in France. Each section has its own character, but the stretch we have chosen reflects that variety, giving the walker a taste of the Middle Dordogne landscape in all its forms.

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A self-guided hike in the hills of green Peneda. from Soajo, via Brufe with its famous Restaurant Aboncahado, and the Roman Road to Emaus, before a final walk over the hill to your converted monastery at Santa Maria do Bouro. Visit Braga and Porto too, and relax in this unspoilt part of sunny Portugal.

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A self-guided hike through the southern Tuscan hills, staying at the best renaissance towns - Siena, Montalcino, Bagno Vignoni, Pienza, Montepulciano. Vist the Abbeys of Monte Oliveti and Sant' Antimo, taste local cuisine and Tuscan wines.

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A self-guided hike from the north of Castille to Bilbao, along the ridgeways.

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