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Family Cycling Holidays

Leisurely biking adventures that will thrill all ages

Family Cycling Holidays

Hilltop Villages of Provence Cycling

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5 Days from USD 2,090

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Discover the famous hilltop villages and breath-taking scenery of the Luberon region.

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Contrasts of Catalonia (Catalunya) Cycling

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5 Days from USD 2,000

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Cycle unspoilt Catalonia, passing through olive groves and pretty coloured villages.

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Highlights of Puglia Cycling

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11 Days from USD 3,920

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Explore Puglia's unspoilt villages, gently rolling hills with a backdrop of the clear, emerald Adriatic

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Contrasts of Catalonia (Catalunya) Cycling

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7 Days from USD 2,375

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Ride through beautiful Spanish villages and rural orchards

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Cycling in The Real Algarve

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7 Days from USD 2,375

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Explore the unspoilt wild coastline, pretty white villages and deserted cycling routes of the Algarve

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Cotes Du Ventoux Cycling

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7 Days from USD 2,585

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Explore Provence with its colourful medieval villages, eclectic markets and good local wines

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Most Beautiful Destinations to Explore on Cycling Holidays for Families

Algarve: The Algarve has become one of Portugal’s top destinations for many reasons: wildly beautiful coastlines, sleepy fishing villages, diverse wildlife and verdant interiors. There’s so much more to the Algarve than soft, sandy beaches drenched in the Mediterranean sun, and you’ll be spoilt for choice with the endless cycling routes that wind through flower-filled meadows and along scenic coastal roads. Steering you away from the honey-pot areas that are popular with the tourists, enjoy cycling on quiet trails that meander beneath rugged cliffs where endemic birds circle overhead.  Even in the winter months the Algarve has warm temperatures which make for perfect conditions on cycling holidays. Many of the villages you’ll encounter seem to have stood still in time and give you an insight into the traditional Portuguese way of life.

Provence: Arguably the most gorgeous region of France, Provence has rightly earned its bragging rights when it comes to aesthetic beauty. Picture aromatic lavender fields that lie below hilltop villages, colourful landscapes that have been immortalised in artworks created by the likes of Picasso and Van Gogh, and olive groves that lie below the gaze of mountains. Provence really does have it all. And you can’t cycle through the region without visiting one of the vineyards and sampling some of the world-famous wines (strictly for the adults, of course!) Be sure to visit the medieval villages of Gordes and Bonnieux on your trip to understand more about Provence’s past and enjoy the breath-taking vistas of Luberon.

Puglia: There are so many places in Italy that will leave you stunned by their beauty but Puglia particularly lends itself to cycling holidays due to its diversity. While one day you could be exploring the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Alberobello and its trulli houses, the next you could be riding along the Salento coast to Lecce, which is know as the ‘Florence of the South’ because of its imposing 18th-century buildings. Discover the golden beaches that are gently lapped by the waters of the Adriatic and hang out with the locals at one of the colourful fishing villages before heading inland through vineyards, olive groves and orchards. Conversano is strewn with sun-ripened fruit trees, tomato vines and pepper plants, all ripe for the picking.

Catalonia: Home to world-class cuisine, unique traditions and the Pyrenean mountains, Catalonia feels a world apart from the more touristy hot spots of Spain, and it even has its own language. The landscapes range from fertile meadows and glistening lakes to windswept coves and volcanic cones, making a diverse backdrop for cycling holidays. Much of the routes provide gentle rides and are ideal for less experienced cyclists and in particular families with younger children. Explore pretty villages and towns, and rural countryside strewn in olive groves and peach orchards where you can go at your own pace and lap up the idyllic scenery.

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