Choose another country or region to see content specific to your location.

Request your free brochure for adventure inspiration. Order Now

Contact
Tours in Provence

Self-Guided Holidays in France

Self Guided Holidays in France

Canoeing on the Dordogne

Self-Guided Holidays in France
9 Days from £ 1,799

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Safe, undemanding canoeing holiday on the most celebrated river in France

Family
New

Walking Tour du Mont Blanc – Premium

Self-Guided Holidays in France
8 Days from £ 1,429

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

An immersive adventure along the famous trails of Mont Blanc.

Walking & Trekking
New

Mont Blanc Walks – Short Break Premium

Self-Guided Holidays in France
5 Days from £ 749

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

This short break features the famous trails of Mont Blanc.

Walking & Trekking
New

Corsica with Ebike

Self-Guided Holidays in France
8 Days from £ 1,929

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Discover the stunning North coast of Corsica

Cycling
New

Walking across the Pyrenees on the Camino Frances

Self-Guided Holidays in France
11 Days from £ 1,189

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Walk the first stage of the Camino Frances from St Jean Pied de Port

Walking & Trekking
New

Mont Blanc Walks – Short Break

Self-Guided Holidays in France
5 Days from £ 589

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

This short break features the famous trails of Mont Blanc.

Walking & Trekking
New

Walking Tour du Mont Blanc

Self-Guided Holidays in France
8 Days from £ 1,029

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

An immersive adventure along the famous trails of Mont Blanc.

Walking & Trekking
New

Walking in the Vineyards of Bordeaux and Medoc

bordeaux-vineyards
7 Days from £ 1,399

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

In this region, the largest of the Bordeaux vineyards, you're spoiled for choice: the gentle, near-oceanic landscapes of the Garonne or the rich medieval heritage with its fortified cities.

Walking & Trekking
New

Walking The Vineyards of Champagne

hot-air-balloon-champagne
5 Days from £ 989

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Explore the Champagne wine-growing area, listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, and the stunning villages, birthplace of Champagne, which owes its renown to Dom Perignon.

Walking & Trekking

Before I left my girlfriend was teasing me about spending two weeks camping with creepy crawlies and having to eat tinned spaghetti hoops every night. In truth it could not have been more different. Kieron the camp leader was great, tents were put up for us, beers were cold, the food was healthy, tasty and home cooked and exceeded all expectations. The tents were modern and roomy, I paid extra for a single but they are more than big enough for two. Campsites were good and the mat, pillow and sleeping bag I rented were all just fine. We were really well looked after. The trek was superb too – I’m a really pleased I chose to do the full thing.

Adam Felgate Tour du Mont Blanc Camping Trek

Had a wonderful week hiking the TMB, Egle our guide was fantastic (Lot’s of patience) had the most fantastic group of people to hike with. The TMB itself was just outstanding, the ascents were pretty tough going, you are rewarded with the most stunning views.

Aileen Keith Tour du Mont Blanc Week

This trip offers more of the TMB route than most of the trips that I looked into, but it doesn’t do it all. If you read the trip notes carefully you’ll realise that there is a section in Val Ferret which may be missed out, and the section from Courmayeur to Lac Combal is bypassed. When we were on the trip we realised there were two other bits to be missed out. From Les Houches towards Brevent, and from Plan Praz to La Flegere. The good news is that, if you do want to do the whole tour then it can be done within the trip: Val Ferret – get your leader to take the bus all the way back up to Arp Nouva, where you stopped the previous day, rather than at an earlier stop point. There is plenty of time, this is what our group did. From Courmayeur – you can catch a bus to Courmayeur on your day off, walk the route to where it drops down to the path to Lac Combal, & then walk down to La Visaille where you can get a bus back to Courmayeur/the campsite. Les Houches – either persuade your leader to take the bus back to Les Houches & start from there, or walk the missing section on the final day off Plan Praz to La Flegere – add this onto the final planned day. You then take the cable car down from La Flegere rather than Plan Praz (the ticket works for both) & that’s the whole TMB done 🙂

Dave B Tour du Mont Blanc Camping Trek