Discover France on a walking holiday
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Discover some new places and revisit some old favourite areas of France on a walking holiday with Walk2Walk Holidays
Walk2Walk Holidays have a great choice of walking holidays along wonderful routes in France in some of the most popular walking regions including the Auvergne, Provence and the Côte d’Azur. On a French walking holiday with us, you will be able to walk confidently in surroundings that have been researched to show you some of the best discovered and undiscovered sights along walking trails that are well signed and marked. Every walking holiday in France will benefit from our ‘Way to Walk’ where you receive hotel accommodation, route notes, luggage transfers and local support.
Tel: 0161 703 5819
Special offer: save 10% when you book one of our French walking holidays and quote the code FM161 before 31/5/16 (applies to new bookings only and cannot be combined with any other offer).
The Auvergne region with its unique volcanic landscape invites you on a journey through time. The power of 80 closely strung together volcanoes is still very present even to this day. Be enchanted by a scenery full of contrasts, by dense untamed forests, ancient valleys formed by glaciers and placid mountain lakes. In the course of the week you will be fascinated by this extraordinary landscape. On top of all this you will also get to know the culinary side of the heart of France. Finest produce from the fresh green meadows, forests and lakes combined with the French art of cooking will enthrall any gourmet.
8 days from only £649 per person – find out more here
According to the rhythm of the tides the sea penetrates deeply into the country. The 350-km long coastline, the Côtes d’Armor, stretches along the north of Brittany. The Côtes d’Armor is home to sea birds, wild flowers and a varied and legendary history. You walk from east to west, following the ancient customs paths from Goêlo coast to the pink granite coast, the Côte de Granit Rose.
You are mainly following the coast but that does not mean that you won’t catch a glimpse of rural life: on the sea you find artichoke fields, a lighthouse between a village and the cabbage field, tractors in the fields, seaweed used as fertilizer and many other unusual views. Not to mention little coves that invite you to swim.
9 days from only £789 per person – find out more here
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