There’s nothing better than rewarding yourself after a day’s walking with a satisfying meal and a thirst-quenching glass (or two) of the local wine. Many of our tours pass through wine-producing regions, such as the famous Montepulciano in Tuscany’s Val d’Orcia. In Tuscany’s Chianti region, you have the opportunity to walk along the vineyard-covered hills and then taste its world-famous wines at the many great local wineries. If French wine is more to your taste, then why not try our Walking & Wine in Provence tour, where you can stroll through the famed vineyards of Chateauneuf du Pape, before staying at theDomaine de Cabasse wine estate and tasting their fabulous produce.

In Austria, The Wachau World Heritage Trail follows the most scenic paths through the Wachau wine country. along the banks of the mighty Danube. There is an opportunity to taste some of the region’s best wines during an included tour of the Sandgrube vineyard

There is also something immensely satisfying about spending a day walking through the local farmland and then tasting the local produce as it makes its way onto your plate. One of the highlights of walking in Provence is the famous markets that take place in the local villages, where you can purchase delicious fresh produce to take with you on your walk as an ideal picnic lunch.

Hilltop towns of Tuscany

Walking the Val d'Orcia from Montepulciano to Siena
8 days
Easy to Moderate

The Best of Provence

Discover the classic Provencal landscapes of the Alpilles & Luberon
7 days
Easy to Moderate

Tuscany: The Chianti Trail

Walking the famous wine country from Florence to Siena
8 days
Easy

Wachau World Heritage Trail

Walking and wine along the hills and vineyards of the Danube valley
8 days
Easy to Moderate

Walking & Wine in Provence

From the famed vineyards of Chateauneuf du Pape to the foot of Mont Ventoux
8 days
Moderate