taly has long been a favourite destination for many travellers, enticed by stunning vistas, ancient history and a cuisine and culture that's hard to beat. Liguria is located in Northern Italy, bordering Tuscany, Emilia-Romagna, Piedmont and France, fitting snugly between the mountains and the sea. Travelling the Ligurian Coast by kayak and foot is a fantastic way to explore the picturesque jumble of colourful fishing villages, vine terraced cliffs and stunning sea vistas often not accessible by vehicle. The island of Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean and an autonomous region of Italy. The island’s mountainous interior provides a stunning backdrop to the exquisite northern archipelago of smaller offshore granite and sand islands. On itineraries that include Corsica, paddlers will discover the beautiful beaches, hilltop villages and historic ports of this French outpost. Exploring Corsica, Sardinia and Liguria under our own steam will give an intimate insight into the regions and time to appreciate la dolce vita!
Croatia is home to one of Europe’s largest archipelagoes with over 1,000 islands. Curving around Bosnia, the coastline stretches along the Adriatic from Slovenia in the north to Montenegro and Albania in the south. Discover the history, culture and stunning scenery as you kayak along the amazing Dalmatian coast.
September & October
Turkey is a country where east meets west. Northwest Turkey (north of the Bosphorus at Istanbul) is geographically part of Europe while the major area of Turkey is part of Asia. Turkey has over 7000 kilometres of coastline, just perfect for a paddling holiday. Camping on remote beaches, paddling beneath Lycian tombs carved into sheer rock faces, visiting hot springs and exploring ancient ruins, we experience a wild and natural area of Turkey.
May & September
May & October
May & September