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      Open details for Highlights of Via Claudia Augusta

      Dolomites

      Highlights of Via Claudia Augusta

      During your hiking week along the old Roman road “Via Claudia Augusta”, you will discover one of South Tyrol‘s most beautiful sections located between the Vinschgau region and the southern wine route, causing hikers hearts to leap for joy.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      May-Oct
      9 days from $1,125USDDetails
      Open details for Piedmont Val Maira Walking Tour
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      Northern Italy

      Piedmont Val Maira Walking Tour

      Trek at the foot of the Alps on the Piedmont Val Maira Walking Tour of Italy’s mountainous northwest region, where you’ll traverse alpine forests and climb striking features like the 2309m Colle Greguri.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jun-Oct
      8 days from $1,150USDDetails
      Open details for Tour du Mont Blanc in Guesthouses
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      Tour du Mont Blanc

      Tour du Mont Blanc in Guesthouses

      Lace up your hiking boots for a magical 7-day self-guided Tour du Mont Blanc hike, following the world-renowned tour route. This shortened version of the Tour du Mont Blanc takes in the highlights of the TMB, and uses local transport to shorten the valley bottom walking sections. If you only have a week, this is the best Tour du Mont Blanc itinerary.

      Trekking
      Self-Guided
      Jun-Sep
      7 days from $1,150USDDetails
      Open details for Alta Via Val Venosta Walking Tour
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      Dolomites

      Alta Via Val Venosta Walking Tour

      The Alta Via Val Venosta Walking Tour follows gorgeous hiking trails in South Tyrol, Italy. Follow the Venosta Valley High Mountain Trail in South Tyrol, a multi-day hiking trip at great heights, a true attraction for adventurers who want to explore Italy. Its path starts from the Adige river source at the Resia Pass in the north until Stava/Staben in the Lower Venosta Valley, finishing in the capital Merano. The rich and varied vegetation of the Monte Sole mountains and the splendid panoramic views of the Ortler mountain make the journey a unique experience. The Venosta Valley High Mountain Trail usually offers good weather conditions as well as a clear view of the glaciers, making it a perfect trip for lovers of mountains and nature.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      May-Oct
      8 days from $1,175USDDetails
      Open details for Cortina and the Dolomites Hiking Tour

      Dolomites

      Cortina and the Dolomites Hiking Tour

      Embark on an amazing self-guided 7-day Dolomites hike, nestled in Pocol, Cortina d’Ampezzo. On this trip, you’ll choose from a selection of incredible hikes from days 2 through 6, giving you plenty of freedom to explore the mighty Dolomites at your own pace and in your own way!

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      Self-Guided
      Jun-Sep
      7 days from $1,175USDDetails
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      Open details for Dolomites Walking Tour in Alto Adige
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      Dolomites

      Dolomites Walking Tour in Alto Adige

      Discover Italy’s hushed, quiet corner, sketched with the ever-so demanding Dolomites, where alpine valleys, woodlands, jetting karsts, and sparkling lakes add layers of natural beauty, on this eight-day self-guided walking tour.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jun-Oct
      8 days from $1,175USDDetails
      Open details for Puglia Snorkelling Adventure

      Southern Italy

      Puglia Snorkelling Adventure

      Immerse yourself in the land and sea of southern Italy’s Puglia region as you snorkel your way through Salento on this 7-day guided tour. Grab your snorkelling gear and discover the undersea wonderland of Puglia’s Adriatic and Ionian coasts.

      Multisport
      Guided
      May-Oct
      7 days from $1,175USDDetails
      Open details for Alta Via 1 Trek: Dobbiaco to Rifugio Capanna Trieste
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      Dolomites

      Alta Via 1 Trek: Dobbiaco to Rifugio Capanna Trieste

      Step into the magical atmosphere of the mighty Dolomites – a land of wild open spaces, green meadows and rugged peaks set against the deep blue sky! The 8-Day Self-Guided Alta Via 1 Trek: Dobbiaco to Rifugio Capanna Trieste tour invites you to wander trails framed by glaciers, ridges and massifs, relishing in vistas from start to finish.

      Trekking
      Self-Guided
      Jun-Sep
      8 days from $1,195USDDetails
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      Open details for Hiking the Amalfi Coast Alta Via

      Amalfi Coast

      Hiking the Amalfi Coast Alta Via

      The Amalfi Coast is probably Italy’s most beautiful coastline, with a stunning combination of sea, picturesque coastal towns and mountains, and an abundance of both culture and nature. The landscape is immensely varied and surrounded by infinite ever-changing views. It can be typically Mediterranean, intoxicating with its wild perfumed herbs, with myrtle shrubs, thyme, rosemary and mastic trees, or almost alpine with meadows and bare rocks. The Hiking the Amalfi Coast Alta Via tour follows the Alta Via, one of the must-do long distance hikes in Italy.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Mar-Nov
      9 days from $1,195USDDetails
      Open details for Complete Tour du Mont Blanc Trek
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      Tour du Mont Blanc

      Complete Tour du Mont Blanc Trek

      Experience one of Europe’s most famous hikes as you tackle the 11-day self-guided Complete Tour du Mont Blanc Trek that spans France, Italy, and Switzerland.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jun-Sep
      11 days from $1,250USDDetails
      Open details for The Appian Way: Via Francigena Rome to Formia

      Southern Italy

      The Appian Way: Via Francigena Rome to Formia

      The Appian Way: Via Francigena Rome to Formia is a 12-day pilgrimage along a section of the renowned Via Francigena. This first part of the Via Appia is perhaps the most impressive section of the whole route, and certainly the part with the highest density of historical interest. This road for centuries has been the backbone of the Roman road system in southern Italy and the gateway to its colonies in the southern and eastern Mediterranean. While born as a transport road for soldiers, merchants, and everybody else, in medieval times the road was used intensively by pilgrims travelling from Rome, the Holy City, to the Holy Land.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Apr-Oct
      12 days from $1,250USDDetails
      Open details for Cinque Terre Portofino to Porto Venere Trek

      Northern Italy

      Cinque Terre Portofino to Porto Venere Trek

      Bask in the sights, sounds, and smells of the majestic Mediterranean as you hike along forgotten pathways in the Cinque Terre National Park and Ligurian Coast. Your self-guided hiking adventure will take you on foot to ancient sanctuaries hidden in the hills and by train through charming Italian villages steeped in history.

      Trekking
      Self-Guided
      Jan-Dec
      8 days from $1,275USDDetails
      Open details for Cycling Sicily’s Baroque Landscape Tour

      Sicily

      Cycling Sicily’s Baroque Landscape Tour

      The Cycling Sicily’s Baroque Landscape Tour is where architecture, art, and adventure meet. Rich in culture, history and beautiful landscapes, Sicily is one of the most fascinating areas of Italy. This adventure by bicycle takes you through eastern Sicily, an area of outstanding natural beauty with its natural reserves, crystal-clear sea and vegetation. During the week, you will ride on through the Noto Valley to admire the baroque influence in each village and ruin. Discover baroque towns such as Palazzolo Acreide, Modica, and Noto, the most important baroque town in Sicily, and Siracusa, an ancient Greek colony. Lose yourself for a while in one of the most picturesque regions of Italy, enjoying the flexibility to linger wherever you please.

      Standard Biking
      Self-Guided
      Apr-Jul, Sep-Nov
      8 days from $1,275USDDetails
      Open details for Dolomites Hut to Hut Hiking Tour
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      Dolomites

      Dolomites Hut to Hut Hiking Tour

      This 7-day self-guided Dolomites Hut to Hut Hiking Tour has some of the most incredible scenery in the Alps. New wonders await you around every turn, as the landscape along this stunning tour of the Dolomites is so varied (and beautiful).

      Trekking
      Self-Guided
      Jun-Sep
      7 days from $1,275USDDetails
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      Open details for Sentieri del Lys: Trekking Towards Monte Rosa Tour
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      Italian Alps

      Sentieri del Lys: Trekking Towards Monte Rosa Tour

      South of Mont Blanc lies the Aosta Valley, and at the southern end you find the pretty Lys Valley. This 8-day walking tour gets you up into the mountains, staying in Rifugios and dipping down to charming villages, while also giving you views of the beautiful Monta Rosa mountain.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jun-Sep
      8 days from $1,275USDDetails

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      Italy General Information

      Where to go in Italy

      When planning your adventure in Italy, consider diverse destinations that cater to various interests. The Italian Alps and Apennines boast excellent trekking and skiing opportunities, while coastal regions like Amalfi Coast provide scenic hikes and water activities. For cultural immersion, explore historic cities like Rome and Florence.

      What to do in Italy

      Italy offers a range of activities for adventure enthusiasts. Experience adrenaline-pumping adventures such as unforgettable hiking in the Dolomites, biking in Sardinia, or sailing along the Amalfi Coast. Additionally, explore ancient ruins, indulge in culinary tours, or immerse yourself in local festivals for a unique Italian adventure.

      When to go to Italy

      The best time to visit Italy depends on your preferred activities and crowd tolerance. Summer (June to August) is popular for beach vacations and cultural events but can be crowded. Spring (April to June) and autumn (September to October) offer pleasant weather and fewer tourists, ideal for outdoor adventures. Winter (December to February) attracts skiers to the Alps and Apennines.

      Top 10 Adventures in Italy

      1. Tre Cime di Lavaredo Circuit in the Dolomites, Trentino-Alto Adige: This iconic trek loops around the towering peaks of Tre Cime di Lavaredo, offering breathtaking views of jagged peaks and alpine meadows.
      2. Val d'Orcia Cycling Route in Tuscany, starting from Buonconvento: Cycle through the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Val d'Orcia, passing by picturesque hilltop towns, vineyards, and rolling hills dotted with cypress trees.
      3. Summiting Mount Etna, Sicily: Embark on a guided hike to the summit of Mount Etna, Europe's tallest active volcano, where you can witness smoking craters and lunar-like landscapes.
      4. Sailing along the Amalfi Coast, departing from Sorrento or Salerno: Glide past sheer cliffs and pastel-colored villages aboard a sailboat, stopping to swim in crystalline waters and explore charming coastal towns like Positano and Amalfi.
      5. Cinque Terre Coastal Trail, Liguria: Hike along the rugged coastline of the Cinque Terre, passing through five colorful villages clinging to the cliffs, and enjoy panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea.
      6. Cross Country Skiing in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italian Alps: Hit the slopes in one of Italy's most glamorous ski resorts, Cortina d'Ampezzo, where you'll find a variety of runs for all skill levels amidst stunning alpine scenery.
      7. Dora Baltea River Rafting in the Aosta Valley: Experience adrenaline-pumping rapids as you navigate the Dora Baltea River, surrounded by dramatic mountain scenery and medieval castles.
      8. Via Francigena Pilgrimage Route: Follow in the footsteps of pilgrims on the historic Via Francigena, a centuries-old pilgrimage route that stretches from Canterbury, England, to Rome, Italy, passing through scenic countryside, medieval villages, and cultural landmarks along the way.
      9. Paragliding over Monte Baldo, Lake Garda: Take to the skies and paraglide over the azure waters of Lake Garda, enjoying bird's-eye views of the surrounding mountains and quaint lakeside towns.
      10. Barolo Wine Trail in Piedmont, exploring vineyards around the town of Barolo: Wander through picturesque vineyards, sampling world-renowned Barolo wines and savoring the rich flavors of Piedmont's culinary delights.

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