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For many, the wait is over. Travel has returned, along with our walking, cycling and touring holidays across Europe and increasingly throughout the UK.
Whether you’re looking to get away now or book ahead for next year (prices for 2022 are already published on our website), we’re ready to help you find your perfect break. Our collection features several brand-new holidays, including walking holidays in western Sicily and along the Portuguese Camino to Santiago de Compostela. Read on to find out more, along with other recommendations from our team...
Spectacular Western Sicily
It’s the sense of discovery and exhilaration that I love most about the new Inntravel walking holiday in western Sicily: the paths are sometimes little-trodden and the scenery is ever-changing – from medieval hill-top town to far-flung islands to a lush nature reserve with enticing coastline for the ending. The sea views and idyllic coves are simply spectacular and overall, there is a fascinating atmosphere as you explore, closer to North Africa than the Italian mainland, with Arabic influences throughout. It’s both an interest and action-packed holiday, and feels a special treat to stay on the island of Marettimo, where the pace of life is extremely relaxing. Paul Rickard, Inntravel routefinder
Camino de Santiago, the Old Way
Villages & Valleys of Provence
Over the past fifteen years I’ve embarked on many note-writing expeditions for Inntravel, both by bicycle and on foot. The Villages & Valleys of Provence cycling tour is dear to my heart, and not just because I live at its doorstep. Few regions in France pack as much beauty, gastronomy, history and diversity in such a small stretch of land. Vineyards, lavender fields and olive groves give way to cherry orchards and truffle oak plantations; stunning medieval villages are perched high above the plains, rising in concentric circles to renaissance castles and Romanesque churches; golden-grey stone walls line tiny country roads, and lead to the bright ochre sands of Roussillon, where homes and landscapes are painted in every hue from pale yellow to deep red. And Inntravel’s itinerary explores the heart of it all. Stuart Sommers, Inntravel routefinder
Heart of the Yorkshire Dales
I have experienced many of Inntravel’s UK holidays – I’ve beach-walked in Northumberland; climbed the Eildon Hills in the Scottish Borders; and seen kingfishers on the Waveney in Suffolk – but the Yorkshire Dales holds a special place in my heart and has done ever since I first went there on family holidays as a child. The names of the hills, rivers and villages roll off the tongue like old friends and whenever I visit, it’s a joy to find myself in the middle of some traditional town, watching the world go by while I lace up my boots ready to set out on a walk. Inntravel’s Heart of the Yorkshire Dales holiday visits some of my very favourite Dales’ haunts: the raging torrents of Aysgarth Falls; austere Castle Bolton; and the flower-filled meadows of the Ure Valley. Yes, the Dales is a magical place. Peter Williamson, Inntravel wordsmith