On Foot Holidays’ New Vegan-Friendly Travel Tours

by Holly Riddle

Apr 9, 2019

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Vegan and vegetarian travelers are in luck, thanks to On Foot Holidays’ new vegan-friendly tours. The U.K. travel provider specializes in imaginative and creative, self-guided walking itineraries that reflect local, authentic cuisine. Each tour includes hotels that offer vegan dining and in locations nearby vegan restaurants. The tours are also suitable for gluten-free and lactose-free diets.

 

The first of the three new tours explores Italy’s Ligurian Hills. Travelers follow the Salt Road and you can choose between a five- or eight-night itinerary. Highlights include walks through vineyards and woods, following the footsteps of Hannibal during his march on Rome. Travelers end in Camogli, on the sea. Expect plenty of home cooking and local wines.

 

The second is a five-night journey that takes guests across the Greek island of Andros. This oft-overlooked island features the old Venetian capital of Chora, quiet beaches and hills, the Zagora archaeological site, monastery of Panachardou and beaches perfect for swimming. The sophisticated culinary scene makes the island a favorite with Athenians.

 

Lastly, there’s a new six-night itinerary along Turkey’s Lycian Way, featuring beautiful mountain views, remote villages, shorelines, beaches, lighthouses and archaeological sites. There’s plenty of Turkish home cooking and seafood to be had. While lamb and poultry are popular in the region, vegans can expect top quality fare part of the normal Turkish cuisine. Sample local beers, wines and tea. There’s an option to add a few nights to the beginning or end of your tour to further explore Istanbul.

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