Whether walking the beaches St Ives in Cornwall, the wilds of Dartmoor in Devon, the Jurassic Coast of Dorset or the iconic White Cliffs of Dover in Kent – there is a hiking vacation for everyone! Both our guided and self-guided walking tours will immerse you in the best of England’s coast and countryside, where you can hike at your own pace, leading you away from the crowds and back to nature.
We have created a magical mix of the best walking trails throughout the South of England, from the Southwest Coast Path national trail to the Pilgrims Way to Canterbury Cathedral, maximising your time in the fresh air and with the wind in your hair. Join a group, walk with friends, family, or as a couple on a wonderful walking tour of South Coast of the UK.
Explore the highlights of our incredible 630 miles of unbroken South West Coast Path, through Devon, Cornwall and Dorset, along beaches, over cliffs, crossing to incredible islands and staying in gorgeous seaside towns and villages. Be enchanted by the stories and history revealed within some of the finest coastal landscapes and views in the world, from smugglers’ coves and 19th century coast guard patrol routes, to Poldark locations, old tin mines and the Pirates of Penzance.
Our Kent and Dorset tours start in London, while at just over three hours from London, Devon and Cornwall are the jewels in England’s coastal crown worth travelling for. On our walking tours we take advantage of the incredible 630 miles of unbroken coastal paths around the South West Coast, with incredible views around every headland, clifftop and beachfront. Your walking tours will trace the cliffs and beaches as well as converted rail-to-trail tracks and paths and country lanes that criss-cross this beautiful landscape.
If you want to stay close to London and explore the English countryside, or complete long distance trails we have a range of walking tours in the beautiful Cotswolds, or find out about our private tours, where we will design a bespoke vacation for you and your group – family or friends!
With a number of iconic places to visit including the quintessential seaside towns of St Ives, Weymouth and Margate, the foody havens of Padstow and Whitstable, and Port Isaac – home to Doc Martin, along with historic icons of Canterbury Cathedral, Stonehenge, and Corfe Castle. Add in lesser known little villages both on the coast and inland and you will be charmed by the region each day. Simply put, England’s South coast has something for everyone.