Whether you’re walking or cycling, our Slower Adventures are a blend of picturesque trails and laidback exploration. Whilst the active days are still certainly active, the distances are slightly shorter and more easy-going than our other trip types.
Alongside active days, you’ll have free time to savour your surroundings. Wander the streets of nearby towns and villages, visit a local vineyard, explore heritage sites, or simply spend the afternoon grazing. La dolce vita!
If there’s a lot to see in a particular place, you may spend more than one night in the same location. But wherever you are, you’ll unwind in the relaxing atmosphere of charming inns and quaint hotels.
Make memories, take lots of pictures and explore the place at your own pace. Order or download a Slower Adventures brochure here.
Immerse yourself with one of these easy-going adventures. Let's get exploring.
On the fence? Here are 6 reasons why your next adventure should be a Slower Adventure, and you can read more detail on our blog.
Fill up on fresh local fare, rich history, eye-widening views and dynamic terrains with native flora and fauna. An authentic experience awaits…
Wake up feeling refreshed and ready for the adventure ahead in hand-picked local accommodation that's welcoming and cosy, like a home-away-from-home.
With typically shorter days of walking or cycling, there’s more flexibility to explore, sightsee or relax. There’s also the option to hire an E-bike if you’d like to speed things up.
Have all the route info and maps in the palm of your hand with our pre-departure packs and app (no internet signal needed). And we're here for you 24/7 just in case you need us.
Our trips have been built with our knowledge and expertise, and we can make recommendations based on our first-hand experiences. Must-visit foodie spots, secret vantage points, you get the idea.
We want your trip to run like clockwork, so once you’ve told us your requirements, we do the rest. From accommodation and bag transfers to logistics and personal recommendations. No need to lift a finger.
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