Walking holidays in Spain
A walking holiday is a great way to get to know a country, or rediscover it from a new perspective. The diversity of Spain – from its cuisine and cultural traditions to its landscapes – mean that a walking holiday in Spain is sure to surprise and captivate you at every turn. Explore the wonderful vineyards and rolling hills of the Basque Country, or traverse the peaks and valleys of the Pyrenees – however you wish to spend your walking holiday, make the most of it by choosing self-catering in Spain and experience the freedom that it affords. NOVASOL has a wide variety of holiday lettings in Spain for you to choose from – so why not spend your walking holiday in Spain.
Walking holidays in Italy
Slow down and discover the real Italy on your next walking holiday. Wander through the olive groves and golden fields of Tuscany in the year-round sunshine. The ancient terrain in this region is very flat, so ideal for walking holiday novices or groups with children. You could also explore the neighbouring region of Umbria – Italy’s “green heart” - famous for its medieval hilltop towns. Be sure to try the area’s world-renowned truffles, accompanied by some local wine, of course…Alternatively, head for the shores of Lake Garda, perhaps taking a dip in the perfectly clear water during the warmer months. With more than 4,000 Italian villas to choose from, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to planning your walking holiday in Italy.
Walking holidays in Croatia
With an average of 300 days of sunshine per year; Croatia is the ideal destination for wonderful walking holidays all year-round. With numerous National Parks, plentiful olive groves and pretty coastal paths which gently meander toward the sea, where you will find pristine secluded coves - Croatia is perfect for those after a more sedate walking experience but still want spectacular scenery. NOVASOL has a portfolio of over 8,000 beautiful self-catering holiday homes in locations all over Croatia; from the aptly named Dalmatian Coast - including the so-called ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, Dubrovnik, to Istria - a peninsula which juts out into the brilliantly turquoise Adriatic. Whichever of our holiday homes you choose you are sure to have a memorable walking holiday in charming Croatia.
Hiking Holidays in Scandinavia
There can be little question that Scandinavia is an area of outstanding natural beauty – and a walking holiday is surely the best way to experience it. Lakes of the deepest and clearest turquoise mirror snow-capped mountains which rise up dramatically, deep green forests feel almost magical and storybook villages made up of traditional log cabins nestled in the valleys - these are just some of the sights you can expect to see whilst you wander along the winding hiking trails of Scandinavia. Be sure to take your time, breathing in the fresh air and taking in those truly jaw-dropping views. NOVASOL has 15,000 self-catering holiday accommodation options dotted across Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland – so the possibilities really are endless.
Walking holidays in France
France has long been a favourite with walking holiday enthusiasts. As well as the wonderful cuisine on offer in France, this must be, at least in part, due to the fantastically beautiful and varied landscapes of France. Take a break from everyday life and explore France on foot, immersing yourself in the treasures France has to share. From lovely rural villages in Brittany to the mountainous terrain of the Alpine regions, or even the coastline of the Riviera there are so many possibilities when it comes to a self-catering walking holiday in France. NOVASOL has 4,000 holiday homes in France, each one as uniquely charming as the region in which its situated.
Walking holidays in Central Europe
Experience Central Europe on your next walking holiday whilst staying in one of NOVASOL's 8,000 self-catering holiday homes in the region. With holiday accommodation all across the area, including holiday cottages in Belgium, accommodation in the Black Forest in Germany and holiday homes in Holland and Hungary. This part of Europe is the perfect place for a great walking holiday because not only is it home to immensely varied and beautiful landscapes, but Central Europe is also culturally rich, so you have the opportunity to visit some of the most beloved cities in Europe.