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Catalonia cycling tours, beach & mountains

This is one of those rare bike tours that combine beaches with mountains, making it easy to understand why so many professional riders make this region their home base. Over the span of eight days you’ll skirt the clear, lapping waters of the Mediterranean Sea along Spain’s famed Costa Brava. You’ll pedal through the jagged reaches of the Pyrenees Mountains while crisscrossing the border of Spain and France and visiting tiny medieval villages. You’ll fall in love with picturesque seaside towns, wheel through thick forests dotted with castles, and even pass dormant volcanoes. You’ll see firsthand the dramatic settings that inspired such artistic heavyweights as Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso ...Read more >
From 855 excluding flights

Catalonia cycling vacation

Costa Brava literally translates to “wild coast,” which is exactly what you can expect from Catalonia’s extraordinary rugged coastline. From pristine sandy beaches to small rocky coves, traveling over mountains, across plains, and through forests, this week you’ll discover the diverse terrain that Catalonia has to offer. Never farther than 40 km (25 miles) from the coast, this region provides the luxury of a dry and warm-to-hot climate where you can cycle year-round. Catalonia is filled with natural parks, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, medieval villages, monasteries, castles, and scenery that have inspired some of the most talented artists and patrons throughout history. Catalonia’s most ...Read more >
From 890 excluding flights

Italy cycling vacation, Matera to Lecce

Pedal through Puglia on this Matera to Lecce cycling vacation in Italy. Tucked away in the southeast of the peninsula, Puglia is a region that’s not yet firmly on the tourist trail, but still offers all the warm sunshine and wonderful food you associate with the rest of the country. It boasts an appealing mix of natural beauty and historical sites, including two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Alberobello, with its conical buildings called trulli, and the Sassi di Matera cave dwellings. The cycling in Puglia is on roads with barely any traffic, over mostly level ground. You’ll follow the coast sometimes, and other times ride inland across green plateaus and through olive groves to pretty white ...Read more >
From 710 excluding flights

Self guided biking short break in Switzerland and France

Cycling in Switzerland doesn’t get any better than the landscapes surrounding Lake Geneva. This three-day self-guided itinerary through Switzerland and France allows cyclists to experience the very best cycling routes and mountain views over a short break. The chance to cycle an average 45kms a day is sure to put you through your paces, though the relatively flat gradients around lakesides, mountain foothills and the La Cote vineyards ensure leisurely riding as opposed to challenging ascents. Experience it all on your bike, all at your own pace: wine-making villages and medieval architecture; the sophistication of Geneva, and the charming French town of Yvoire. Sensational scenery and ...Read more >
From 390 excluding flights

Silver Coast cycling vacation in Portugal

This week-long bike tour on Portugal’s west coast weaves a tale of two cities -- and all the seaside villages, natural landscapes, and cultural heritage in between! The itinerary starts in Porto, a vibrant urban center on the Douro River, famous for its historic districts and monuments, as well as its production of Port Wine. At the other end of the route lies venerable Coimbra, with its 13th-century university, and fantastic collection of churches, monasteries, and cultural institutions. Both cities have a charming character that is both historic and modern, where you can enjoy a sangria on a riverside terrace after a day of wandering among treasured relics of eras past. Along the way, ...Read more >
From 885 excluding flights

Portugal cycling vacation, Obidos to Cascais

No visit to Lisbon can really be complete without a tour of its coast as well, and this bike trip combines both in a 5-day exploration through pretty towns and seaside villages, lovely open countryside, and stunning stretches of cliffs and beaches. Spend time in Portugal’s vibrant, historic capital before or after the cycling stages, when you’ll ride leisurely from Obidos to Cascais along the nearby coast. Spectacular views on the Peniche peninsula and whitewashed fisherman’s cottages in charming Ericeira are just some of the delights this itinerary promises, never leading you off the scenic route. Following a mix of quiet roads and cycle paths, you’ll be introduced to the luxurious ...Read more >
From 920 excluding flights

Self-guided cycling vacation in Switzerland

Cheese and chocolate play a big part in this self-guided cycling vacation in Switzerland, and the biking’s pretty tasty, too. Pedal through famous vineyards and pretty villages, with peaks towering above and sparkling Alpine lakes below, then hop off the bike to visit medieval castles and Gothic cathedrals. Spend each night in great little towns, all boasting wonderful views and lots of places to enjoy a great dinner. This tour travels from the French to the German speaking part of Switzerland. Begin in Geneva, a stylish, multicultural city, cycling past vineyards and the beautiful Lake Geneva (or Lac Léman) as you pedal to Lausanne. From here, head to Gruyères, home of the famous cheese of ...Read more >
From 1,185 excluding flights

Geneva to Lyon self guided cycling vacation, France

Pedal between the Rhône’s two big cities, from Geneva to Lyon, on this self guided cycling vacation in France. Winding its way down from the Swiss Alps all the way to southern France, the Rhône has long been an essential artery through this region, before roads and railways took over, and numerous pretty villages and handsome chateaux are dotted along its banks. Following this beautiful river is the cycle path called the Via Rhôna. Once completed, this route will connect Lake Geneva with France’s Mediterranean beaches. The project is already a huge success, with 700km (435 miles) of cycle path completed, passing through 12 French counties. It’s a fantastic route to follow, and this ...Read more >
From 860 excluding flights

Mont Saint Michel self guided cycling tours in Normandy & Brittany

Explore the beautiful countryside of Normandy and Brittany for five days, pedalling up to Mont Saint Michel along quiet routes, on this self guided cycling tour. The tour begins in Saint-Malo, a handsome walled port city, and then leads you through pleasant countryside, dotted with plenty of places to eat and relax. As you follow the coast, you’ll pass small harbours, cafés and restaurants serving freshly caught fish and fantastic seafood. As this tour is self guided, you’re free to stop off to enjoy a meal, go for a swim or simply appreciate the picturesque countryside of Brittany and Normandy. The dramatic island of Mont Saint Michel is the most famous highlight of this tour. Its ...Read more >
From 760 excluding flights

Cycling on the Costa Brava, Catalonia

Catalonia, oh Catalonia! Words are barely adequate to describe this fantastically unique region. For much of this tour you will be exploring Catalonia’s Costa Brava on edge of the Mediterranean Sea. Thanks to its perfect location, you will be blessed with hot and dry weather, perfect for cycling. In fact, many of the top cyclists in the world choose to call Catalonia home because of the great weather and even better cycling terrain. The varied landscapes you’ll ride through include mountains, beaches, cliffs and volcanoes — all in one corner of Europe! Aside from the varied landscapes, you’ll discover the historically diverse city of Girona, the beaches of Roses, and the peculiar ...Read more >
From 1,060 excluding flights

Beaujolais self guided cycling vacation, France

Come and experience all that the Beaujolais region has to offer! (And no, it’s not just wine!) This beautiful region offers a wide variety of terrains for cycling and many historical sites, as well as vineyards for as far as the eye can see. Stop and picnic in the shade of a castle, or take a break and do a wine tasting. It’s the beauty of self-guided tours; the choice is up to you! This region is ideal for riders that are hoping to do some serious, yet relaxed cycling. You will experience many different towns in the Beaujolais region, each with its own beauty and charm. With an average distance of 70 km (approx. 45 miles) per day, it is a relatively athletic tour, designed for riders in ...Read more >
From 860 excluding flights

Switzerland cycling tour, Geneva to Montreux

From the business hub of Geneva to the musical town of Montreux, your ride will be filled with beautiful views of Europe’s second-largest freshwater lake, and of course, plenty of delicious Swiss chocolate. You will be treated to varying landscapes: bodies of water, mountain slopes, and man-made architecture, including Lausanne’s International Olympic Committee headquarters—where you’ll feel right at home with many other cyclists. Quench your thirst for a swivel at the Swiss Alps, sample the local cheese and a dip of fondue at Gruyères, and experience a true Alpine setting in Gstaad! You decide how to end your tour: take the 1,240-meter climb to Montreux, or hop aboard the modern Swiss ...Read more >
From 985 excluding flights

Normandy cycling tour, the veloscenie bikeway

The newest bikeway to be undertaken in France, the Véloscénie (or Veloscenic) cycle route earns its name well—not only does it link iconic Paris and the Mont-Saint-Michel, but it winds through some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes along the way. While the Mont-Saint-Michel is certainly a tour highlight, our itinerary will also introduce you to the hidden gems of northern France, often overshadowed by the more sunbathed vistas to the south. Following a mix of greenways, bike paths, and quiet secondary roads, you’ll cycle through the hedgerowed fields of the Bocage Normand, lush forests of oak and pine, and the gorgeous nature parks of La Perche and Normandie-Maine. You’ll learn ...Read more >
From 895 excluding flights

Provence self guided cycling tour, Avignon to Cassis

This self guided cycling tour meanders through beautiful Provence, starting in Avignon and finishing at the quiet town of Cassis, flanked by gorgeous coastline and bright blue seas. Cycle through the Alpilles mountain range, then pedal on past sunshine yellow homes in Aix-en-Provence and through landscapes painted by Cezanne and Van Gogh, before arriving in unspoiled Cassis. Although some other towns on the Mediterranean coast grab more of the attention, we picked Cassis as the highlight of this tour because it’s still a working fishing port, and full of character. We love places that resist the advances of time, progress and frantic modern life! This week long tour comes with a warning, ...Read more >
From 1,005 excluding flights

Provence self guided cycling vacation, gastronomic

Combine cycling with the wonderful food of southern France on this Provence self guided cycling vacation. It’s a gastronomic tour that takes the French philosophy of “bien manger et bien boire” or “eat well and drink well” to its heart, with great cycling complemented by Provence’s gastronomic way of life. This popular eight day vacation takes you on a tour of the Drôme department and Provence, nourishing all your senses. Meet welcoming local people, from the chef leading the optional cooking lesson to the sommelier who can explain the merits of each vintage wine. This region’s culinary heritage is alive and well and something local people feel very proud of. Come and immerse yourself in ...Read more >
From 1,170 excluding flights

Lavender fields cycling vacation in the South of France

Celebrate Provence’s most famous flower, its intense colour and unmistakable fragrance on a tailor made cycling tour through lavender fields. Lavender in all its forms is the star and inspiration of this vacation, whether cultivated in huge purple fields or growing wild, made into soap or included as a flavouring in edible treats. This lavender fields cycling vacation in the south of France leads you through the fragrant landscapes located between the Alps and Provence. This region enjoys an exceptional climate, often with around 300 days of sun a year, but it’s unique draw is the scent from seemingly endless lavender fields in full bloom, mingled with fresh Alpine mountain air. This is an ...Read more >
From 860 excluding flights

Avignon to Nice cycling tour in France

This Avignon to Nice cycling tour in France is best suited to experienced cyclists used to riding road bikes. We designed the itinerary to provide an intense, well-rounded experience of Provence, with its range of distinctive features, its lavender fields and warm, relaxed atmosphere. To see all the highlights of this region, each day you’ll be cycling 95-115km, with around 1,500m of climbing every day. It’s a tough tour, but you can enjoy the Provençal sunshine and explore the natural and man-made wonders of this region, with wine and cheese falling into both categories! This eight day self guided cycling tour has set departure dates or can be organised for private groups, minimum size ...Read more >
From 1,295 excluding flights

Provence self guided biking vacation, Ventoux & Luberon

This six-day, self-guided bike tour allows you to explore the heart of Provence at your own pace. Beginning in Bédoin or Mazan and ending in Roussillon or Gargas, this bicycle tour features relatively short daily rides, allowing you to fully experience Provence rather than to just see it. Highlights include visits to some of Provence’s most acclaimed wine-making towns — Vacqueyas, Gigondas, Beaumes de Venise — stops in several of France’s “most beautiful villages — Séguret, Gordes, Roussillon — and options to climb legendary Mont Ventoux, or snake through Gorges de la Nesque. In between, you’ll lodge in timeless villages and enjoy local cuisine. One needs a fairly good fitness level to ...Read more >
From 980 excluding flights

Provence biking tour, France

This Provence cycling tour was designed for a private group, but since they tried it and rated it highly, we have made it available to cycling clubs and individuals seeking a challenging and comprehensive cycle tour of Provence. This is now a much loved itinerary which has featured in cycling magazines and websites, including CyclingPlus. The combination of quality distances and Provence’s beautiful scenery make this a really satisfying and memorable journey. On this eight day vacation, you’ll start and finish in Avignon, taking in Uzès, Orange, Mont Ventoux, Bédoin, Roussillon, Arles and lots more besides. This tour is only suitable for fit cyclists, comfortable doing 90 to 100km per day ...Read more >
From 1,160 excluding flights

Alsace bicycling vacation in Northern France

Take to two wheels for a week on this Alsace cycling vacation in Northern France. Alsace is a fantastic cycling region, with more than 4,000km of trails, bike paths and lanes. These routes suit all ages and abilities and run through beautiful scenery, making cycling the best way to explore this part of France. Sitting on the border with Germany, Alsace has both French and German characteristics, and blends them all together to create an utterly unique region, with its own Alsatian language. This self-guided tailor made cycling tour celebrates Alsace’s culture, architecture and spirit, following trails along canals and waterways, to pretty villages and thriving towns. You’ll follow the wine ...Read more >
From 885 excluding flights
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