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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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Salisbury is probably best known for its iconic Cathedral and nearby Stonehenge, but there’s so much more. Five rivers meet in the city, and the resultant valleys with their chalk downlands make for some of the greenest and best walking country we know.

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In contrast to the more crowded sections of the South West Coast Path, the part along the North Devon and Somerset coasts is not only quieter but of quite a different character. We've created a magical combination of the best coastal walking with Exmoor itself, cosy villages and some striking literary connections.

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Hike the Menalon Trail the On Foot way, from one remote stone village to the next, through mountains and wooded valleys. Visit ancient monasteries built in precarious positions in the valleys, and stay in traditional family-run guesthouses.

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A self-guided walking holiday comprising a circuit of West Penwith, from St Ives to St Michael's Mount and thence around the coast via Land's End.

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All the drama and majesty of Southern Snowdonia’s peaks combined with three or more nights in the historic town of Dolgellau. The Snowdonia National Park echoes the beauty and wilderness of the Scottish highlands, but offers a gentler landscape of trickling brooks, gushing waterfalls, craggy peaks, bleating sheep and hardy mountain goats.

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