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Best Adventure Vacations - Europe

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1Provence, France
Cycling through Provence's rolling hills and charming villages, along twisting country roads and past 2000-year-old Roman aqueducts is by turns exhilarating and relaxing. Elsewhere in the region, a slew of activities awaits, from cliff climbing to skydiving to horseback riding or alpine skiing.
2Scottish Highlands, Scotland, United Kingdom
Hike or mountain bike past castles, lochs, Highland Cows and purple heather in the romantic Scottish Highlands. Experience the beauty of the country as you trot north on the West Highland Way from Glasgow to Fort William or explore the country's first national park, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.
3Rhone-Alpes, France
The world's largest ski area straddles the French, Swiss and Italian borders. Renowned for skiing, hiking and rock climbing, the area boasts eight natural parks, including Mont Blanc and Gorges de L'Ardeche, and has hosted a hat-trick of Winter Olympics. When snows melts, lavender blooms and olives thrive.
4Midi-Pyrenees, France
Stretching from the wooded Dordogne to the towering peaks of the Pyrenees, this vast region is a popular winter sports destination, but one without the hordes that besiege the Alps. Spring's melted snows lure kayakers and rafting enthusiasts. In summer, amateur and advanced hikers take to the hills.
5Croatia
Croatia makes quite a splash. With Grade 3 and 4 rafting and kayaking available on rivers that gush through lush forest, and sea kayaking on the coast, it's the perfect place to paddle. For a different pace, dive into the Adriatic's graveyard of vessels, clamber limestone cliffs or sail between 1200 islands.
6Northern Norway, Norway
More than 200 miles north of the Arctic Circle waits this land of midnight sun, Northern Lights and spectacular skiing. The Lygen Alps offer a slew of snowy delights, from off-piste skiing and snowmobiling to dog sledding and reindeer trekking. Once snows melt, glacier walks, kayaking and hiking top the bill.