but plenty of time to enjoy the comforts of the hotel.

Hours of walking, which may vary from group to group, means hours of actual walking and does not include stops for lunch, sightseeing, rests or siestas.

Autumn can be very warm through November, and can be very dry or very wet! Our support vehicles allow you the flexibility to walk 'as much or as little as you like', with drop-offs and pick-ups appropriate to the given day's itinerary.

Apr, May, Sep & Oct Exceptional Architecture, World-Class Art, Renowned Wines, Outstanding Scenery, Top Hotels Visit the finest Greek temples, stay on a Marsala ...

May & Oct Exceptional Architecture, Astonishing Flowers, Remarkable Birds, Beaches & Swimming, Pilgrim Route High coastal walking with excellent views. Apr & Sep Exceptional Architecture, Astonishing Flowers, Remarkable Birds, Outstanding Scenery, Unique Geology, Beaches & Swimming Walk across the island...along ancient paths and ...

Bring whatever clothes and footwear you find most comfortable for everyday wear, and a change or two for the evenings – smart/casual.

Most trips tend to include some quite distinguished hotels and restaurants, for which you may wish to ‘dress up’.

In this instance you will have to make your own way to the first hotel, at your own expense.

The transfer to the airport at the end of the trip will also be timed according to the recommended flight and we cannot offer transfers at alternative times.This is an 8-day tour, with walks offered on 6 days.The length of each day varies from 2 hours to a maximum of 4 hours walking. There are short and challenging walks, then longer easy walks…If the itinerary does not involve a hotel change on a given day, you can simply stay in the town and explore, and join (or not join) the group for lunch.The Tour Leader will discuss the next day’s options with the group everyevening.We enter its high, narrow, vertically sided confines, and from the dry sandy river bed, there is an optional scramble to explore further… We walk through forest, then follow a path past ancient juniper trees up to the remarkable nuraghic village of Tiscali, dating from the 6th century BC.