The Dolomites are located in north-east Italy close to the Austrian border. The village of Wolkenstein is the perfect location to access the most amazing hikes from a 360 degree standpoint. The Dolomite mountain range is nothing short of a remarkable. Much of the lower lands are covered with alpine covered hills and wonderfully picturesque mountain villages.
Highlights: Dolomites are a UNESCO World Heritage Site | Stay in the picturesque village of Wolkenstein | Explore Verona
Climb the highest mountain and the symbol of the Slovene Nation - Mt. Triglav. Ascend over 2,500 m on this unique adventure and stand above the clouds. You will also enjoy exploring the capital city Ljubljana and experience the breathtaking scenery that surrounds the striking Lake Bled. Grab your hiking boots and join us on what is sure to be an adventure of a lifetime!
Highlights: Climb Mt Triglav | Explore the capital Ljubljana | Visit the breath-taking Lake Bled | Kayak Lake Bohinj
On this tour the S-Trail leads through the Ausseerland region, the south-eastern part of the Salzkammergut. Renowned for its pristine waters (beloved by fishermen all over the world) and dramatic landscapes the region was and still is especially popular with artists and bohemians
Highlights: 9 Lakes - 1 Summit - UNESCO World Heritage Site
This walk will lead us to the heart of an exceptionally beautiful area and will allow us to discover its history and the life of the artists who fell in love with its landscapes and way of life, such as Picasso, Dalí, Matisse and so many others, who felt an attraction for this wonderful country for a good reason... The beautiful scenery and the Spanish atmosphere every night, invites you to discover this region…
Take a route of great scenic and cultural interest that goes from the Pyreenes to the Costa Brava. You will enjoy a great variety of landscapes, from Vallter (2,000 m elevation) to the Mediterranean Sea cycling through areas of forest in the upper reaches of the river, crops in the plain area and rice fields and marshes near the sea. From the cultural point of view is very interesting for the architecture-related to the river Ter such as old industrial settlements, bridges, dams, sluices, canals, windmills, old sinks, etc…You will also visit towns of great cultural interest, such as Ripoll or Sant Joan de les Abadesses with their magnificent Romanesque monasteries, the city of Girona with its old centre, the important Jewish quarter and the historic centre.
Highlights: Pyrenees Mountains, Costa Brava and Mediterranean Sea, Medieval Towns
Walk the 150 km of the Santiago de Compostela, part of the French Way. The Camino de Santiago is an ancient collection of pilgrim routes across Europe that come together at the tomb of St. James in Santiago. Take the winding path as millions have done before and discover the gorgeous terrain of Spain - valleys, rivers, mountains - along with the history and culture of a truly magical area. Walking the Camino is the perfect way to explore this fascinating route.
Highlights: chestnuts and oaks forests | Romanesque architecture | Santiago de Campostella
We invite you to discover the beauty and uniqueness of Maramures and its traditions. Some say that Maramures is the soul of a typical Romanian village, with picturesque green hills settlements and fields full of wildflowers. Here time has stood still and you can visit places unique in the world full of charm and beauty.
You will also be able to travel back in time for a few hours, while going by a steam train, Mocanita. You will be delighted with traditional food made from organic products from the area and if you feel overwhelmed with the charm of the area, a glass of cranberry Horinca will definitely help you wake up