WITH GIROSOLE, YOU CAN PERSONALIZE YOUR TRIP ACCORDING TO YOUR OWN PREFERENCES.
Book a tour with us and you tell us exactly
- when and where you want to go
- how long you want to go for
- what level of accommodation you prefer
- how much activity and walking you'd like to do
- and anything else that'll make your holiday thoroughly perfect
Browse our comprehensive selection of Italy walking tours below, then contact us, tell us what you'd like to do and we'll help you create a wonderfully memorable walking holiday in Italy!
|• Guided Walks|
|Piemonte and the Langhe
A wine and gastronomic paradiso awaits you in the Langhe region. Read more...
|The Italian Lakes District
Talk about romantic! Lakeside villas, elegant towns, and glacial lakes. Read more...
|The Cinque Terre
Between blue skies and bluer seas rests the verdant coast of the Cinque Terre. Read more...
The best of two regions famous for their wines and classic Tuscan landscapes. Read more...
Enjoy a sojourn in the heart of Chianti, among wine estates and wooded hills. Read more...
|Tuscany's Val d'Orcia
Ramble through a landscape of vineyard-draped hills and cypress-lined paths. Read more...
|Umbria's Green Heart
Gentle hills topped by villages with beautiful views of the sunny countryside. Read more...
A land full of delights, luring the walker forth into a perfect pastoral vision. Read more...
Welcome to the Italy of folklore and deep traditions, away from the crowds. Read more...
|The Amalfi Coast
A coastline justly hailed as among the most beautiful places in the world. Read more...
Fascinating and uncrowded, Puglia offers a host of historic sites and vistas. Read more...
The sparkling clear waters of two seas frame this fascinating land. Read more...
Volcanos, Greek theaters, stark mountains, gentle seas, fresh-caught fish... Read more...
|• Self-Guided Trips|
A journey across a land of gentle landscapes and magnificent architecture. Read more...
|Italian Lakes Walk
Lakeside villas, elegant towns and glacial lakes nestled among alpine peaks. Read more...
|Cinque Terre Hike
A grand tour among the famous five villages of the stupendous Ligurian coast. Read more...
|Tuscany Val d'Orcia Walk
Start with a night in Siena and then walk in stages through the Val d'Orcia. Read more...
|Tuscany Val d'Orcia Hike
Hike a continuous 65 mile trail over 7 days from Buonconvento to Montepulciano. Read more...
|Tuscany Maremma Hike
Discover the land of the ancient Etruscans and its many hilltowns gems. Read more...
Walk from the fascinating medieval town of Spoleto to lofty Assisi. Read more...
Hike from Spoleto to Norcia, the birthplace of European monasticism. Read more...
|Amalfi Coast Hike
Hike on the cliffside paths along the rocky coastline from Ravello to Positano. Read more...
Walk along the coast of East Sicily, exploring gems like Siracusa and Taormina. Read more...
|• Cooking & Walking|
Discover Piedmont's diverse geography and historical-cultural heritage. Read more...
Recipes handed down through the generations and excursions throughout Tuscany. Read more...
|Amalfi Coast Specialties
Explore the delicious cuisine of la mediterranea, fresh and savory. Read more...
|• Hiking & Trekking|
Hike through an uncontaminated territory certain to please mountain lovers. Read more...
Enjoy the local hospitality as you hike among this region's majestic mountains. Read more...
A landscape of deep valleys and high Alps, among the tallest in Central Italy. Read more...
|Florence to Siena
Walk from Florence's Piazza della Signoria to Siena's Piazza del Campo. Read more...
Explore a mountainous landscape steeped in legends of witches and oracles. Read more...
Discover the National Park of Abruzzo, the haunt of wolves, bears and chamois. Read more...
“...fabulous food and entertainment...”
We have returned to Iowa and settled reluctantly back into daily life, but we find ourselves wistfully dreaming of our days in southern Italy! We didn't really know what to expect when we took a leap of faith and booked with Girosole tours after studying many options on the Internet. Believe me, the experience we enjoyed was above and beyond any fuzzy expectations we had, and we could not be more enthusiastic about our adventure!
We had a group of 4, all 60somethings, and a main concern was whether we would be able to handle the physical demands of the hikes. Both Ulisse and Luigi were very in tuned to our fitness levels, and at the end of the day, we were amazed and proud of what we accomplished, and we could still climb the stairs of Positano to enjoy dinner!
The annoying details of travel were all handled quietly and efficiently by Girosole. Local drivers were personable and fun, as well as skilled on the Italian roads! Luggage was moved from place to place and showed up magically in the trunk of the car! Transfers at the end of our tour were all arranged for us so we did not have to figure it out. The meals included within the tour were spectacular. Our first genuine Napoli pizza (we must have consumed dozens during our 2 weeks in Italia!), the Food Feast during our Path of the Gods hike (never to be forgotten...ever!) and the amazing final night at Ristorante Mediterraneo with fabulous food and entertainment...that was a highlight for sure!
Without a doubt, our two Girosole guides were the key to our enjoyment of the whole experience. Having Ulisse, a Napoli native, share his city with us, and Luigi, a Capri native, guide us around his island, made the experience very meaningful and interesting. Both men are extremely knowledgeable, professional, and fun to be with! Each day of hiking was a new adventure full of challenges and natural beauty beyond description. It didn't hurt that we had perfect weather also!
Your suggestion of Ischia was just perfect as a destination for our final 5 days in Italy. We located a very cozy property minutes from the harbor in Forio, where we relaxed and enjoyed a slower pace, beautiful sunsets and a lot of wine, limoncello and gelato!
So... THANK YOU to Girosole for orchestrating an adventure that introduced us to Napoli, Pompeii, Sorrento, and the amazing beauty of the Amalfi coast as well as the warm and wonderful people who live there.
— Sue & Tom Taiber