Within the travel sector, the market of food adventure holidays is growing enormously. Many holidaymakers enjoy the combination of exploring picturesque regions while simultaneously sampling a gorgeous gamut of indigenous recipes.

This infographic from Ireland Walk Hike Bike picks out a few of the best places in Europe for foodie lovers who also enjoy adventure holidays throughout the continent. Chief among these is Italy’s Prosecco Hills, with the area giving its name to the world-famous wine. The vineyards from where prosecco originates are located in beautiful hilly regions dotted around charming medieval villages, with multiple pre-existing routes for adventure holiday enthusiasts.

To the southwest of the continent, the Douro Valley along the Spanish and Portuguese coast is another prime location for the foodie/adventure combination. This region has a series of fascinating villages where you can try out local delicacies – indeed, there are several places in Galicia in northwest Spain where you can try your hand at cooking their local dishes.

To find out more about these, and some of Europe’s other top food adventure holiday destinations, read through the infographic below and see which ones take your fancy!


Feature image courtesy of Caro Sodar from Pixabay