Small Group Guided Walking in Italy
for walking in an uncrowded corner of Tuscany
is in the heart of undiscovered Tuscany.
An area of traditional living, good food and natural beauty.
Walking in Italy
Here at Tuscany Walking we believe in small group walking for pleasure.
We will take you walking at your pace, after all, we don’t want you to miss any of the stunning views that this spectacular region of Italy has to offer. We want to share the real Italy at local level.
So, take your time, drink in the amazing views, take some fabulous photos and enjoy your tasty lunch made from fresh local ingredients.
We welcome walking guests of all ages and abilities and we will tailor our weekly tour itinerary to suit your expectations and fitness. Guests of similar abilities are grouped together. So, whether you are a beginner or an experienced walker we have walks to suit you and you will be walking with others of a similar walking level.
Our main guides are British, and they have lived in the area for many years. They speak fluent Italian and have an in-depth local knowledge. We also have local Italian guides who speak English or if not, we send our translator along too so that you do not miss any vital and interesting information about this beautiful part of Tuscany.
We aim to make your walking holiday in Italy, one that you will remember always.
What to expect Walking in Italy
During a normal week walking in Italy you will walk 5 times and have a free day.
The walks are typically 4 – 5 hours 8 – 15 Km duration and take place on hilltops with amazing views for miles, through ancient chestnut woods and on historic paths and country lanes. The area is hilly and so there are ascents involved in our walks. Some of them can be steep in parts but we keep these short for inexperienced walkers.
For more experience walkers, we can easily extend walks to make them more challenging if you wish.
During your walks there is time to enjoy a tasty lunch before returning to relax around the pool. Then it’s off to a typical Tuscan dinner!
Walks are not compulsory and you may take extra rest days if you wish. We also have activities for non walkers, just ask.