Welcome to Hidden Italy walking tours! We've been organising small walking groups and independent walkers in Italy since 1993: fine food, boutique accommodation, exceptional walking... no-one knows Italy like we do.
Staying in 4-star boutique hotels, our all-inclusive, small group, guided walking tours explore Sicily, Puglia, Sardinia and the Gardens of Tuscany in the spring and Venice and the Italian Lakes, Verona and the Dolomites and Friuli and Trieste in autumn. Our self-guided walking tours explore some of the most fascinating parts of Italy: Cinque Terra; Portofino, Tuscany, Umbria, La Tuscia, the Amalfi Coast, Lake Como, Sicily and even Provence.
"Best trip ever - thanks Simon & Hidden Italy for the most comprehensive walking instructions, best hotels, great restaurants and comprehensive organisation in Cinque Terre as our tour comes to a close." Jeremy T, July 2014.
Some of Our Guided Tours & Self-Guided Walks
Sicily in spring: Palermo to TaorminaGuided Tour
An island with an extraordinarily rich history and natural heritage that includes mountains, volcanoes and islands and criss-crossed by ancient paths, Sicily is a perfect walking destination.Find Out More ›
Sardinia in spring: Cagliari to the Costa SmeraldaGuided Tour
Sardinia is suspended in blue waters between Corsica and Sicily, a magical place of buzzing towns, towering mountains, hidden villages, rolling plains and incomparable coastline: perfect for walking.Find Out More ›
Sicily self-guided walk through the heart of the islandSelf-Guided Walk
This seven day tour takes you walk through the enchanting and spectacular natural beauty of central Sicily, staying in unexlored villages. It includes transfers to and from Catania or Palermo.Find Out More ›
Amalfi Coast self-guided walk: Ravello to PositanoSelf-Guided Walk
The ancient paths that run above the Amalfi Coast, an hour's drive south of Naples, offer some of the most spectacular walking in Italy with endless views over the Mediterranean.Find Out More ›
I have been on other tours but never as enjoyable and satisfying as ‘Hidden Italy’, one is made to feel so welcome and it is like rejoining a lovely family. Once again, thanks for a magical trip.
– Judy J, Verona and the Dolomites 2011