Family Active Travel

by One Foot Abroad & Follow the Camino
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Who We Are

Family Active Travel is a sub-brand by One Foot Abroad and Follow The Camino.

Our goal is to share our One Foot Abroad & Follow The Camino tailor-made products that especially well suited for active family holidays. Further, we would like to offer families a resource platform to find answers to all their questions about traveling with children, siblings, grandparents or all kinds of families. We would like to share exclusive content with you to inspire and motivate to join us in this adventure.

Our Favourites

Take a look at some of our favourite tours for the whole family. Each of our walking and cycling tours offers you a great range of extra activities along the way. Each trip is customisable for the entire family. We have a great selection of packages for trips with small children, big children, grandparents, siblings and more. Our team takes extra good care that all of your needs and wants are met. All you have to do is explore and start your family bonding adventure.

Salzkammergut - Austria

Mountain lakes, Apple Strudel and Disney’s Frozen

The West Highland Way - Scotland

Adventure, Haunted Pubs
& Harry Potter

Dordogne - France

Nature, History
& Finest French Food

Who can go on our tours? What should we pack? Do we need travel insurance? Are airport transfers included?

Traveling with the family is a wonderful bonding opportunity. However, it also raises many questions and concerns. We understand that planning a holiday with children is different than planning a solo trip. We are here to help.

Take a look at our frequently asked questions below. Should you not find the answer you were looking for, contact us anytime.

You might also find very useful travel tips in our blog, which we update regularly with new, inspiring and valuable information.

Our Blog

Eating with Kids on Holiday

Eating with kids on holiday can be stressful, especially because the food can be so different in a foreign country. In order to help you avoid all of the stress when you have a fussy eater with you, we came up with a list of ideas. Finally, holidays with your children...

Delights of Spain: The Spanish Omelette

Spain is not only well-known for its rich culture and beautiful landscapes but for its delicious and varied Mediterranean gastronomy, which includes the famous Spanish omelette or “tortilla de patatas”. The ingredients to prepare this signature dish are very simple,...

Scones – An Irish Family Tradition

Scones are very popular in United Kingdom and Ireland. I am from Ireland and we usually have scones for mid morning treat every day with real butter and jam. Scones are very traditional and a true delight. If you or your kids haven't tried scones yet, this is your...

Top 5 of the Best Activities in the UK

We all know the United Kingdom for the magnificent Highland and obviously because of Harry Potter, Robin Hood… But there are so many other things to do while you’re hiking across the UK with your children! So to help you have a fun and memorable trip with your kids,...

Ireland Top 5 Activities

Emerald Island is waiting for you! Hiking in Ireland is breathtaking but the country has a lot of activities for kids, starting with the famous sheep farms, through a canoe day. We've selected the best family activities in Ireland just for you!Sheep Farm It is...

Portugal’s Sweetest – Pastel de Nata

Also known as Pastel de Belém, is a traditional Portuguese custard tart made with fresh egg custard poured into a flaky, crispy pastry. It is usually served piping hot topped with icing sugar and cinnamon powder. The scrumptious dessert (which is also regularly eaten...

Kaiserschmarrn – Austria’s Family Favourite

Kaiserschmarrn is Austria's version of pancakes. And everyone loves pancakes, right? Are you recently coming back from a hiking trip from magical Austria? Then you must have tried some delicious, tradtional Kaiserschmarrn. Maybe you were looking for some inspiration...

Tarta de Santiago – Traditional Pilgrim Almond Cake

If you ever thought about doing the Camino with your family, you might have heard of the Tarta de Santiago. It is a Galician almond cake and one of the most typical Camino specialities. Pilgrims have been enjoying Tartas since the Middle Ages where it was appreciated...

A French Essential – The Nougat de Tours

Who never dreamed of being a Queen or a King? Take a seat in Amboise or Blois, on a nice terrace, with the sun warming your face.  In front of the numerous castles and medieval houses, it’s time to take a break and imagine yourself living with the French Royal Court. ...

A British Classic – Bakewell Tart

Imagine yourself sitting in a quiet town in the English countryside having a cup of tea and something sweet after a long day of walking. Your tea will be strong, with a dot of milk, served in a lovely cup. Your something sweet is a British Bakewell tart. This classic...

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