The Cotswold Sheep, you will meet many trekking along the Cotswold Way in England!

What is the Cotswold Way Project? wants to explore with you the world in a different way.

This time we will walk along one of the most famous and most beautiful long distance walks in Europe: The Cotswold Way and the media this time will be not just photos but videos too! wants to introduce you to the beauty of the Cotswolds with videos with posts and photos.

As we haven't followed all the Cotswold Way, but we indulged to some detours to visit some beautiful places just next to the Way, you will have the chance to plan your walk in this area, or, if you already know the Cotswold Way, discover some attractions you have missed keeping on the path and that you may want to visit.

We will explore one of the most beautiful English areas: the beautiful city of Bath, the charming villages of Chipping Campden, the famous town of Cheltenham and the romantic castle of Sudeley and many more places.

We divided the walk in 11 sections and every week we will publish a new section of the walk.

What is the Cotswold Way?

The Cotswold Way is a long distance walk of 102 miles (little more than 150 km) starting in Chipping Campden in the heart of the Cotswolds, in England, not far from the famous cities of Bath and Bristol.

The Cotswolds, also known as Cotswolds Hills, are a large area in the West of England, North of the cities of Bristol and Bath designated Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty.
Famous for Laurie Lee's book “Cider with Rosie”, the Cotswolds possess the most beautiful villages in England, fantastic landscapes, wonderful castles and exciting towns.

CLICK HERE to know more about our itinerary and about the towns and the villages we will visit, the history of the Cotswold Way andthe videos of the walk “The CotswoldsWay Project's Page” and ...follow us on our walk!

Where I can read more about the Cotswold Way and the published posts about the walk?

Visit our page about the Cotswold Way: click here to visit

Or read the posts of the different sections of the walk clicking on the links below:

Where can I read more about England?

Please visit our page Visit England for more info and itineraries to plan your trip in England.