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  • Monday 8.30am - 5pm BST
  • Tuesday 8.30am - 5pm BST
  • Wednesday 8.30am - 5pm BST
  • Thursday 8.30am - 5pm BST
  • Friday 8.30am - 5pm BST
  • Saturday 8.30am - 5pm
  • Sunday Closed
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Best coastal walking holidays

Embark on a coastal walking holiday to trek along the wild coastlines of Portugal, wander on golden sand beaches in Greece, and enjoy panoramic ocean views in Italy. Here are our best small group coastal walking holidays.
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Amalfi Coast Walking

Soak up Italy’s laid-back Mediterranean vibe as you wander along the sun-drenched Amalfi coast. Bejewelled with glistening turquoise bays, fragrant lemon groves and timeworn alleyways, this coastal walking holiday will transport you to a world far removed from life back home. The heavenly ‘Walk of the Gods’ is the highlight of the show, boasting panoramic views of Capri and the Bay of Salerno and emerald green terraces cascading to the rustic fishing villages and bustling harbours below.
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Pembrokeshire Coast Walking

You needn’t travel very far to discover breathtaking coastal walking trails; the British Isles are adorned with spectacular treks by the sea, including Pembrokeshire. Limestone cliffs tower above unspoilt golden beaches, and colourful wildflowers sway in the breeze. Flocks of seabirds glide over the waves, and curious Atlantic seal pop up to the surface as you wander past clusters of yellow gorse blossom and ripples of pink sea thrift.
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Remote Coastal Trails of Portugal

This easy-moderate grade eight-day walking holiday leads you to some of the best coastal walking trails in Portugal. Explore the jagged arches of Ponta de Piedade, relax on secluded golden-sand beaches on the Seven Hanging Valley trail, and stand on Europe’s most south-westerly point at Cabo Sao Vicente. You’ll also have plenty of time to enjoy freshly caught seafood and sample delicious local wines with your fellow travellers.
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Greek Islands Walking

Head to the lesser-known Greek islands of Andros and Tinos to discover a walkers’ paradise of verdant valleys, cobblestone pathways and ancient rural villages. Idyllic scenes of crystal-clear turquoise waters, rugged coastal headlands and clusters of whitewashed buildings with cobalt blue shutters are around every corner. Hidden coves invite you in for a relaxing swim, and waterfront tavernas serve up feasts of mouth-watering Greek mezze.
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Self-guided Walking in South-West Crete

If you want to walk at your own pace, a self-guided walking tour along the southwest coast of Crete, Greece, leads you along golden shorelines and aquamarine seas. Follow clifftop paths and descend through cool pine tree forests to the car-free village of Loutro, where clusters of whitewashed houses surround a peaceful horseshoe bay. Enjoy freshly made mezze in a traditional Greek tavern and make a toast to unforgettable memories with a glass of local wine.
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Walking Montenegro and Croatian Islands

For an island-hopping holiday with a difference, join a walking tour around the islands of Croatia. Discover azure-blue lagoons surrounded by lush hillsides on Mljet Island and follow sandy shorelines with archipelago views on Korcula Island. Lose yourself in a maze of narrow back streets in the medieval walled town of Korcula and wander around the waterfront ramparts of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage seaside town of Dubrovnik.  
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Self-guided walking in Galicia - The Lighthouse Way

The wild coastline of northern Spain’s Galicia region is graced with rugged clifftop paths, deserted sandy beaches and peaceful seaside villages. Trek to the Punta Narita lighthouse for far-reaching views over the Sisargas Islands, inhabited only by seabird colonies, and explore the exposed shoreline of Praias de Trece, where the Cemetery of the English commemorates the lives of sailors lost at sea here between 1883 and 1893.
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Walking Turkey’s Turquoise Coast

Based from the tranquil port town of Kas, embark on an easy-to-moderate walking holiday along Turkey’s Turquoise Coast. Waves of crystal-clear water lap the golden beaches, and thickets of lush green forest drape the hillsides. Follow part of the Lycian Way to uncover ancient aqueducts, old burial chambers, and Patara city ruins. Soothe tired legs with a relaxing swim in one of the many secluded bays and savour the delicious local cuisine in a waterfront restaurant.
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