Exploring Europe by bike is undoubtedly one of the most exciting ways to experience the continent. Our bike trips in Europe offer a mix of adventure, sightseeing, and culture that can’t be matched. Every year it plays host to the world’s most renowned and thrilling race: the incomparable Tour de France. Europe offers miles of world-class cycling routes year-round, with winding back roads and iconic cols to ascend and descend.
It’s no surprise that Europe cycling tours are becoming increasingly popular. With so many people taking to two wheels, it’s only natural to want to explore different countries in a unique way. From dramatic coastal Italian riding in Sicily to wheeling through the beauty of three countries in the Baltics, we have plenty of Europe cycling tours to suit and inspire you!
Wind your way along the banks of stunning rivers, through the idyllic countryside, or wheel through ancient forests and rugged coastlines. You can choose between a fully supported self-guided bike tour at your own pace, with luggage transfers and detailed navigation provided, or join a group of friendly fellow cyclists, led by an experienced guide. Whichever option you choose, you’ll be able to discover the best of Europe on two wheels. So, take advantage of the fresh air and incredible scenery and book a bike tour in Europe today!
Check out more of our excellent cycling trips in Europe below:
Top Cycling Tours in Europe
7 DaysfromUSD 4,079
Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)
Cycling routes along Croatia's spectacular Dalmatian coastline
1. Italy: Discover the treasures of Italy on two wheels; ancient hilltop towns, famous vineyards, and Renaissance cities. Cycle through Tuscany’s serene countryside, the fascinating heel of Italy, or explore the spectacular culinary scenes in Sicily and the Amalfi Coast.
2.Portugal: Wheel through sleepy fishing villages, tree-fringed meadows and crumbling castles in Portugal. Cycle through Porto, a UNESCO World Heritage city and wheel onto Lisbon’s history and bustling streets or spot migratory birds in the western Algarve.
3. France: Cycle through the Loire Valley and drop in on what is considered the finest chateaux in France. Enjoy tranquil rides in Brittany and sip iconic wines or free-wheel through hilltop villages and lavender-scented meadows in Provence.
4. Spain: Biking Spain offers a mix of distinct cultures, historical sites, and stunning rugged landscapes. From the Moorish majesty of Andalucía to the colourful fishing villages of Catalunya, and one of the world’s oldest pilgrimages, the Camino de Santiago!
5. Croatia: Freewheel along Croatia’s Dalmatian Coast, following spectacular coastal routes and meandering through the idyllic islands of Korcula and Hvar, discover lush olive groves and vineyards, and medieval villages – stopping to bathe in the Adriatic’s crystal waters.
I was quite nervous about the trip as travelling on my own for the first time & unsure about my level of cycling fitness. I’m a fit 51 year old but more of an ‘about town’ cyclist with a few extra laps of Richmond Park & its hills put in the the month before departure. But with a determined attitude I managed all of the challenging ascents.
Being honest, I knew very little about Albania, I only selected the trip to spend a week cycling after finishing work and entering a “between jobs” phase and this trip seemed very good value for money. However, this trip exceeded my expectations on every aspect. I have come away with information about the Albanian people and some of their countries difficult history, respect for the Albanian hills, magical memories of the stunning scenery, a happy stomach after a week of Albanian food and drink (including the local Raki spirit!) and stronger legs 🙂 This was my second Exodus trip and I’m not sure if I have simply been lucky but the group dynamics on both trips have been wonderful with everyone getting along just great. I definitely recommend this trip to others.