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Walking holidays in the Dordogne

 
On a self-guided, non-group walking holiday in the Dordogne, we provide maps, our painstakingly researched route notes, and luggage transfers, so that you can walk from one carefully selected hotel to the next at entirely your own pace.
Walking holidays in the Dordogne
Walking holidays in the Dordogne
 

The Dordogne – walking holidays

with a wide appeal
Besides breathtaking views, fairy-tale villages and scenic walking, the Dordogne is worth visiting for another reason: its gastronomy. In keeping with our Slow holiday philosophy, our meticulously planned routes (described step by step in our route notes) allow plenty of time to savour it all. And because there’s no group, no arrangements to make (we do all that), and no luggage, you can be spontaneous, stopping to visit a cave or to browse the stalls of a market.
 

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Our walking holidays in the Dordogne

 
Travelling from outside the UK?
To give you a good idea of how we can tailor our trips to your individual requirements, take a look at the section of the website specifically devoted to travellers from outside the UK.
 

Are our walking holidays in the Dordogne right for you?

Walking in the Dordogne is relatively easy, but not entirely flat – be prepared for some short ascents and descents as you explore river cliffs, limestone plateaux and hill-top villages. To be sure that our walking holidays in the Dordogne are right for you, take a look at the grade definitions below. You can build in rest days by adding extra nights.

  • Generally easy walking with few ascents / descents, but perhaps the occasional long day.
  • Easy-to-moderate walking with some ascents / descents, and occasional longer days.
  • Moderate walking on varied terrain, with some long days and regular ascents / descents.
  • Moderate-to-challenging walking on more rugged terrain with significant ascents / descents on most days. Compass skills may be required (check the individual holiday).
  • Challenging hikes, featuring long days with significant ascent / descent on challenging terrain. Compass skills may be required.
  • Choice of easier or harder routes, so that you can tailor most days to your requirements.
 

What to expect from your walking holiday in the Dordogne

We want your walking holiday to be memorable. There are three key ingredients which are common to all Inntravel holidays, including our walking holidays in the Dordogne: glorious scenery; characterful accommodation hand-picked for its warm welcome; and flavoursome regional gastronomy.
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