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Vias, Caminos And Ways Across Europe: What’s New In 2020

December 13, 2019 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email

Which ‘way’ will you take in 2020?

From historic Caminos to centuries-old ‘vias’, below are seven of the best new trips to explore on foot, the best of the UK and the continent with European active holiday specialists UTracks …


Covering 102 miles, the Cotswold Way takes you from Chipping Campden to Bath through a patchwork of rolling hills dotted with picture-postcard villages. Quintessentially English and the country’s largest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, visitors to the Cotswolds will find a wealth of historical interest, from ancient castles and manor houses to old abbeys and Roman villas.

  • NEW! Cotswold Way 12 day self guided walk launches 16 March, from $1960 per person


A route steeped in history, the ‘Way of the Gods’ connects two of Italy’s most important art cities. It owes its name to the surrounding mountains such as Mount Adonis, Mount Jupiter, Mount Venus and Mount Lunario (after Roman goddess Lua). You will walk on an ancient Roman road from Piazza Maggiore in the heart of Bologna to Piazza della Signoria, the main square of Florence.

  • NEW! Via degli Dei: Bologna to Florence  8 day self guided walk launches 1 April, from $1290 per person


Follow one of the original – and most breathtaking stretches! – of the Via Dinarica long-distance mountainous walking trail that spans 1,200 miles across seven Balkan countries, from Slovenia to Albania. Through primeval forests in the rugged Dinaric Alps, walk from Bosnia to Montenegro and take in natural sights along the way such as the heart-shaped glacial lake of Trnovacko.

  • NEW! Via Dinarica: Bosnia to Montenegro 7 day guided walk launches 28 June, from $2250 per person


An ancient route officially reopened in 2017 in celebration of its rich historical and cultural legacy as a trade route connecting Africa and the Middle East to Europe. Travel on foot from Palermo in the north to Agrigento in the south and witness the legacies of the civilisations that have occupied Sicily over the years, from the Greeks and the Romans to the people of Byzantium and the Moors.

  • NEW! Sicily – Magna Via Francigena 8 day self guided walk  launches 1 March, from $1580 per person


The Coastal Route of the Camino Portugués ranks among the quieter, less busy Camino paths. Travelling through Galicia, the route passes through small hamlets and eucalyptus woods, over ancient bridges and along dramatic coastal scenery. There are ample reminders of past pilgrims throughout the path, offering many insights into the religious significance of the Camino.

  • NEW! Camino Portugués Coastal Route – Baiona to Santiago 8 days self guided walk launches 3 January, from $1490 per person


A trail created by four friends with the aim of connecting all the lighthouses of the rugged Costa da Morte, between Malpica and Finisterre. The main objective of the path has been to stay as close as possible to the coast. Following a series of small footpaths and dirt trails along stunning cliffs and long sandy beaches, you will come across almost-deserted bays which cannot be reached easily by car.

  • NEW! Camino dos Faros: The Lighthouse Way 8 day self guided walk launches 15 April, from $1170 per person


From the historic town of Ulverston to the ‘Great Border City’ of Carlisle: cross through the heart of the Lake District as you walk the full 74-mile length of the well-established path, providing a complete south-to-north crossing of the county. The Lake District is the most visited National Park in the country and walking is the best way to see this celebrated landscape.

  • NEW! The Cumbria Way: Crossing the Lake District 10 days self guided walk launches 14 March, from $1720 per person

For more information and bookings please visit or call 1300 303 368.

Quoted prices are inclusive of twin share accommodation, most meals, equipment rental, experienced guides, luggage transfers between hotels (where applicable) and clear maps and directions for self guided trips and more. For full inclusions please see our website. Flights from the Australia are not included but can be booked on request.

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