Trekking is not automatically only walking until you sweat and then go back to your hotel room with sour feet, it can also be about a combined trekking adventure with great intermezzo's by food and wine festivals. One of these great food and wine festivals to experience is the great Taste of Tasmania. The festival often occurs during the change of the year, but it's adviced to inform on forehand to get the latest updates from your local travel agent. Next to the Tasmanian festival there is also the Hobart Summer Festival which is worth visiting as well.
This beautiful trail is located in the south of Portugal in south of Europe. Experience an breathtaking trail next to the coast line and let the scenery amaze you with her cliffs, greenery, beaches and crystal clear water. Discuss with your local travel agent the possibilities of having a separate trek or a combined trek with among others Rota Vicentina. This complete trek is over 230 km long and can take up to 10 days to complete. There are several starting points all with their unique features to explore. The busiest times to visit will be in in July and Augusts which means that accommodation could be priced higher than normal.
Slovenia is not the first country coming to mind when discussing trekking holidays, however don't be fooled by this. Slovenia has one of Europes most beautiful hiking routes you can imagine. It's full of great surrounding scenery, waters, mountains and historical buildings to explore. Also pricing is considered attractive compared to other places while still enjoying the same level if not better of hiking experience.