One world, two wheels. Our cycling holidays come in all shapes and sizes, from gentle cycling tours in the Loire region of France to a fully supported expedition in Morocco‘s High Atlas Mountains. Or try pedalling the length of Vietnam and getting under the skin of its unique culture and cuisine, or emulating the pros on a leg-burning tour through the Pyrenees.
All our cycling trips are graded to indicate their level of difficulty, with the percentage of on- and off-road riding and the amount of vehicle support also noted in the trip profile to help you find your perfect match.
On cycling holidays you can fully engage with your surroundings and really immerse yourself in a destination. Travel further than you can on foot, and enjoy the freedom to stop whenever you want to explore hidden areas that are inaccessible to cars and buses. What better way to travel?
I was drawn to this trip because I wanted to visit and learn more about this fascinating part of the world which has such a dramatic history. As it was my first cycling holiday I was also keen to choose a trip that wasn’t too strenuous and offered a good balance of activity and cultural interest. The trip fully met, and in fact, exceeded my expectations. I would highly recommend the trip as a way of having a really enjoyable and active holiday while experiencing the history and culture of these proud and vibrant countries. (The fantastic weather was a lovely bonus!)
A fascinating trip through the 3 Baltic countries. The terrain was quite flat and the cycling easy over an amazing mix of forest trails generous cycle paths and some road travel. We were blessed with good weather and even managed to swim in the Baltic 3 times. The tour gave us a great insight into the conditions within all 3 countries during the Soviet era and how things have changed since then. The trip encompassed a wide range of activities and experiences ranging from climbing a forest fire watch tower to descending into the depths of an old Soviet nuclear missile site. Our travels were very much “off the beaten track” and we were able to meet the locals and had the opportunity to sample the local cuisine, including pink beetroot soup, smoked herring and potato-covered “zeppelins”.