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Cycling Holidays in Italy

Cycling Holidays in Italy

Cycling Holidays in Italy

Cycling Puglia & Matera

puglia village
8 Days from 2 099 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Cycle from the UNESCO town of Matera through Italy's heel to Lecce

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Cycling the Heel of Italy – Alberobello to Lecce

Cycling Holidays in Italy
8 Days from 1 249 €

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

In the heart of the Mediterranean lies Puglia, a unique landscape sandwiched between the Adriatic and Ionian seas.

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Cycling the Heel of Italy – Matera to Lecce

Cycling Holidays in Italy
12 Days from 1 849 €

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Starting in Matera, the city of 'Sassi' and a UNESCO world heritage site, and through the local canyons, the 'gravine', you will enter Puglia, a unique landscape sandwiched between the Adriatic and Ionian seas.

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Cycling in Sicily

Cycling Holidays in Italy
8 Days from 2 049 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Ride through the UNESCO Val di Noto and Montalbano's filming locations

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Cycling from the Dolomites to Venice

Cycling Holidays in Italy
8 Days from 1 449 €

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

The journey from the Dolomites to Venice covers the regions of South Tyrol and Veneto.

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Brenner Pass to Venice Cycling

Cycling Holidays in Italy
10 Days from 2 049 €

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

A wonderful bike tour through ever-changing scenery takes you from the mountainous Austrian border at the Brenner Pass to finish on the medieval streets of Venice on the Adriatic

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Dolomites, Lake Garda & Venice Ride

Lake Garda, Italy
8 Days from 2 179 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Spectacular riding from the stunning Dolomites to Venice

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Tuscany: Cycle Siena & Chianti

Tuscany
8 Days from 2 249 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Ride along the back roads of classic Tuscany

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Cycle Cilento & the Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast
8 Days from 2 049 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Cycle from the unspoilt Cilento to the UNESCO Amalfi Coast

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FAQs on Italy Cycling Holidays

Is Italy good for cycling?

Owing to the meandering coastal paths, rolling hills and ancient villages that make up the breath-taking scenery, Italy is a fantastic country for cycling. All our cycling holidays in Italy are designed to bring you closer to the heart of the country and lead you through the most dramatic landscapes. As well as being able to cover more ground by bike, cycling in Italy gives you the opportunity to stop off at fascinating sites that you might otherwise miss.

What are the best cycling holidays in Italy for families?

While much of Italy would impress families wanting to delve into the best bits of the country, the Puglia region is undeniably a great choice for both adults and children. Carefully planned routes that wind among pretty fishing hamlets, sun-drenched beaches and rural farms provide a wonderful mix of experiences that ensure all age groups are catered for.

If you’re looking for a self-guided, family cycling holiday, Italy is the perfect place to go. You’ll follow quieter routes that avoid busy roads and you’re able to ride at your own pace, allowing you plenty of time for beach days along the way.

An excellent trip with a good range of people on it and something in there for everyone. It was interesting, had sufficient cycling, good food, a good team and we all enjoyed it and had fun.

Carol Birch Cycle Nicaragua, Costa Rica & Panama

This trip exceeded our expectations on lots of levels. The scenery when cycling is unbelievably spectacular (the cycling is not for wimps as lots of climbing!). It is not a luxury trip but accommodation is comfortable and allows you to access such beautiful places. We had a great group, hard cycling mixed with activities such as swimming at waterfalls, short hikes, historical sites with lots of information along the way from our 2 guides Adonia and Evans who had great local knowledge. 2 days at Kruger were incredible, so much wildlife at such close quarters including Elephants, Giraffes, Lions, Zebras, Water buffalo, Hyenas, Impala and beautiful birds. We seemed to pack so much in it’s hard to remember all that we did. The weather was mixed, with blazing sunshine, torrential rain, some cold evenings as at altitude and hailstones the size of walnuts but all added to the experience of adventure (pack for all seasons!)

Kate Ferguson Cycling the Drakensberg & Kruger

An action-packed journey through spectacular Andean scenery with plenty of wildlife to enjoy.

Oliver Engleback Cycle Chile & Argentina: Atacama to Salta