Tour Operator UK
Established in 1984, independent tour operator, Inntravel, the Slow Holiday people, specialise in self-guided holidays in some of the quieter regions of Europe, including Portugal and the Rota Vicentina.
Whether you choose to walk, cycle, ski, or take an inspiring journey by train, boat or car, Inntravel’s holidays ease you into the rhythm and patterns of everyday life as you journey through
wonderful landscapes, uncover hidden corners and share authentic encounters with local people along the way.
Whether you are looking to explore the serene coastline of south-west Portugal, the remote hills of Alentejo or the winding Douro valley in the north, Inntravel selects charming, family-run hotels and quintas providing a warm welcome and friendly service.
- Self-guided walking
- Office and phone:9am – 5:30pm – Mon. to Fri.9am – 4:30om – Saturday
- Cash, debit card, VISA, Master Card, check or money transfer
- TEILNEHMERZAHL, MIN/MAX
- Min – 1 pax; Max – 8 pax
Along the Costa Vicentina – 7 nights’, self-guided walking
To explore a truly wild coastline, choose this gentle yet dramatic walk which reveals the haunting beauty of Portugal’s south-west coast. Staying in charming hotels, this relaxing holiday will leave you feeling energised and revitalised.
A Coast of Many Colours – 7 nights’, self-guided walking
From the Algarve’s honeyed, southern coast through its agricultural heartland to the wilder, western shores. A world away from the region’s busy resorts, the unspoiled landscapes are characterised by dramatic cliffs, pristine coves and quiet, rolling pastures. Walk from hotel to hotel, at your own pace, staying in a unique blend of traditional and modern accommodation along the way.
The Soul of Alentejo – 7 nights’, self-guided walking
Golden rolling hills and cork oak woodland form an unforgettable backdrop to this timeless region of the Serra de São Mamede, following quiet paths through silent landscapes, and delving into the region’s rich history.
Valley of Gold – 7 nights’, self-guided walking
From historic Porto to the glorious winding Douro Valley. Visiting the city’s wine lodges, with time to enjoy leisurely walks through richly-coloured landscapes, while staying at elegant inns and quintas, where you sample the region’s rich cuisine and famous wines.