Walking Tours in Italy

The diverse landscapes of Italy provide the perfect backdrop for a unique visit and memorable walking holiday. Walking in Italy might involve hiking between picturesque villages on Tuscan Hills, high above the sea on the Amalfi Coast, or exploring the Cinque Terre on foot. Walk among the peaks of the Dolomites and hear the calling of marmots as you discover the national parks. You can also choose to walk the Via Francigena pilgrimage route, to experience the heart of Italy as you walk towards Rome. Discover the ancient culture and fairytale Trulli houses in Puglia or watch a volcanic firework display in Sicily

Our adventures in Italy visit the hidden sights, most beautiful towns, and must-see destinations. We have carefully selected and researched our favorite walks so whatever your interests, we can arrange your ideal walking holiday in Italy.

Walking Tours in Italy

  • Amalfi Coast Walking

    The Amalfi Coast is Italy's Riviera, where the chic go to relax, to eat and drink and those who are in the know, go to walk.  Networks of stunning paths line the cliffs and mountains of the Amalfi Coast and Laura went out to explore them and give you an overview of what it is like to walk on the Amalfi Coast. 

  • Walking the Cinque Terre

    The Cinque Terre is a delightful part of Italy to walk through, going from UNESCO heritage village to village.  This video gives you some guidance on how to get your Park Card to ride the trains and some top tips to make sure you get every bit of enjoyment from visiting this enchanting part of Italy.  

  • Walking the Via Francigena

    There are many great pilgrimages in Europe, the most famous of which is the Camino de Santiago.  However, there is a stunning route that goes from Canterbury in England to Rome in Italy.  Here at Macs Adventure, we can set you up to walk from the Swiss/Italian border, down to Rome and this video gives you an overview of that journey.  

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