Cilento and Amalfi Coast cycling vacation, Italy
Cycling the phenomenally scenic coastal trails not only lets you enjoy stunning bay views. It takes you far from the crowds in Cilento, and reveals the traditional lifestyle of the farmers and fishermen of the Amalfi Coast.
Mingardo Canyon Cilento National Park Abandoned village of San Severino Capo Palinuro Medieval village of Pisciotta Casalvelino Greek ruins at Paestum Salerno Cycling the scenic coastal road to Minori Cycle the Strada Amalfina to Amalfi Positano Optional: Ravello, Pompeii and Vesuvius, Capri, or free day at the beach
US $2579ToUS $2799excluding flights
Optional single supplement £432.
Minimum age 16.
Minimum age 16.
Description of Cilento and Amalfi Coast cycling vacation, Italy
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Small group tours:
Small group travel is not large group travel scaled down. It is modeled on independent travel – but with the advantage of a group leader to take care of the itinerary, accommodation and tickets, and dealing with the language. It’s easy to tick off the big sights independently – but finding those one-off experiences, local festivals, traveling markets and secret viewpoints is almost impossible for someone without the insider knowledge gained from years in the field. Those with a two-week vacation, a small group tour will save valuable planning time.
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.
4 Reviews of Cilento and Amalfi Coast cycling vacation, Italy
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Reviewed on 02 Oct 2022 by Deborah Huntington5 stars!! This was a really fun and well-executed tour. Our guide, Paolo, worked hard to provide an interesting trip. Read full review
Reviewed on 08 Apr 2018 by Wendy PillarIt was all memorable, but the highlight was probably visiting Pioppi, home of the Mediterranean diet, followed by one of the best lunches I have ever had, at a little local restaurant with one of the finest views on the planet. Read full review
Reviewed on 24 Sep 2017 by Sue BellisBeautiful scenery and challenging cycling was amazing! Read full review
Reviewed on 17 Sep 2017 by Nanako WatabeThe cycling to/from Sorrento was the highlight. Read full review
As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.
Few vacations have as little detrimental impact on the environment and local residents as a cycling trip. Erosion on and adjacent to popular paths is a growing problem in certain places and therefore our trip leaders encourage clients to stick to advised routes in order to minimise this. We do believe in leaving no more than footprints (or tyre tracks!) although this tour actively encourages guests to talk to local people, visit local cafes and restaurants, use markets to purchase traditional gifts and crafts and get a real impression of the Amalfi Coast.
Water is a really important issue with cycling trips and whilst we must stay hydrated, it is also vital that we have a system for providing clean water without causing lots of waste with plastic bottles. We suggest that instead of repeatedly buying bottled water, guests should re-fill a singular bottle. Our guides can advise where to fill them and where to recycle litter.
It all starts at home so we have first worked at reducing our carbon footprint in our UK Offices. Through energy conservation measures and recycling policies, we are proud to be actively reducing the waste produced and our impact on the environment. We support various projects all over the world to try and give something back to the places we visit.
Our aim is to discover for you those places where you can feel and taste the ‘real spirit’ of southern Italy. This tours for real travelers, who seek out both the highlights of a destination and true experiences of local culture in ways that benefit local communities. For example, with food being such a huge aspect of Italian culture, our locally employed tour guides will endeavour to not only recommend the best and lesser known local eateries but to take you to the very source of the food’s production. There will be opportunities to taste and purchase organic oil, wine and mozzarella. Not just a great experience for clients but it celebrates Italian culture and puts money into the local economy.
This small group tour has a maximum of 16 participants, meaning that we have a low impact on the environments and communities we visit and are able to ensure that we do not disrupt or lead to the displacement of local people. The small number also allows us to stay in unique, family-run hotels that cannot benefit from coach tours and other mass tourism due to their limited sizes.