Cycling holidays in Italy
Italy - the epitome of vacation, joie de vivre, and lightness of being. A cycling holiday in Italy lets you discover everything that has attracted people for centuries: Generations of painters have raved about the light, generations of scholars about art and history. People from all countries were drawn to Italy. They left behind such a wealth of cultural treasures that archaeologists almost despair.
In addition, you can marvel at the most diverse landscapes, while countless wines vie for your favor. Enjoy the charm of this country on your first or next cycle tour in Italy.Show more Show less
The south begins just after the Brenner Pass: you can smell it, you can taste it. You are in Italy and yet not quite there yet. The street signs are bilingual, the cuisine is influenced by two cultures. Tyrolean home cooking meets Italian sophistication. The Alpine peaks surround the warm valleys. Ideal conditions for a cycling holiday in South Tyrol: the cycle paths are well developed and signposted, the hospitality is professional, the food and drink are excellent. The landscape is beautiful. So it's no wonder that South Tyrol is so popular - also with cyclists!
The classic cycle tour in Italy is certainly the Adige Cycle Path from Innsbruck to Bolzano in around a week. Even more popular is the cycle tour along the Adige from Bolzano to Venice.
The Dolomites are also particularly beautiful. You can explore them by bike without too much effort. The magnificent Dolomites tour is just as suitable for the more athletic as it is for e-bikers.
Tuscany is synonymous with Italy for many people. People think of Chianti, cypress trees and, when it comes to cycling tours, mainly hilly terrain. But wait, on our cycle tour through Tuscany, the gradients are limited! At the same time, this cycle tour takes you through an enchanting part of Italy.
In the far south on the heel of the boot, you will find strange white houses - the trulli of Apulia. Our cycle tour in Apulia takes you across the idyllic Salento peninsula. Olive groves, grain fields and wine characterize the landscape - and of course the sea! Intended for more experienced cyclists, the cycle tour in Sicily offers Norman buildings, Greek temples, beautiful beaches, good food and friendly people. The route takes you along the coast of Sicily on roads with little traffic. It's well worth it!Show more Show less