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Cycling Tours in Greece
Cycling Tours in Greece

Biking Tours in Greece

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Cycling in Greece

Cycling Tours in Greece
8 Days from USD 2,773
USD 2,505

Guided Group (Incl. Taxes)

Cycle through historic sights of ancient Greece

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Cycling the Coast of Eastern Crete

Cycling Tours in Greece
8 Days from USD 2,390

Self-Guided Holidays (Incl. Taxes)

Cycle the tranquil coastline and historical sites of Eastern Crete.

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Cycling in the Peloponnese

Cycling Tours in Greece
8 Days from USD 2,750

Self-Guided Holidays (Incl. Taxes)

Explore the ancient history and archeaological sites of the Peloponnese.

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Top 5 Greek Cycling Tour Highlights

1.Athens
In Athens, the vibrant capital of Greece, ancient history meets modern charm. Marvel at the majestic Acropolis, an ancient citadel perched atop a rocky outcrop, adorned with stunning archaeological treasures such as the Parthenon and the Erechtheion. Delve into the rich history of the Acropolis Museum, where artifacts from the golden age of Athens are beautifully displayed. Explore the historic Plaka neighborhood, with its narrow cobblestone streets lined with charming tavernas and souvenir shops, or stroll through the ancient Agora, once the heart of Athenian life, and admire the Temple of Hephaestus, a beautifully preserved Doric temple dating back to the 5th century BC.

    2.Mycenae
    Mycenae, a UNESCO World Heritage site nestled amidst the rolling hills of the Peloponnese, is one of Greece’s most legendary ancient sites. Once a powerful stronghold of the ancient Mycenaean civilization, Mycenae boasts many archaeological wonders, including the iconic Lion Gate, a towering entrance adorned with monumental stone lions. Wander through the ruins of this once-great city, marveling at the remnants of palaces and fortifications that hint at its former glory. Immerse yourself in the tales of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra as you unravel the mysteries of this ancient citadel that continues to captivate visitors with its timeless allure.

      3.Nemea
      Nemea, a picturesque town in the northeastern Peloponnese region of Greece, is renowned for its rich history and exquisite wines. Home to the ancient Nemean Games, held in honor of Zeus, the town boasts a fascinating archaeological site where visitors can explore the remains of the ancient stadium and temples. Today, Nemea is celebrated for its vineyards, which produce some of Greece’s finest wines, particularly the robust red Agiorgitiko.

        4.Poros
        Poros is a captivating Greek island known for its natural beauty and relaxed atmosphere. Characterized by lush green landscapes and crystal-clear azure waters, Poros offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Explore the island’s charming villages, where whitewashed buildings cascade down hillsides overlooking the shimmering sea, and venture to the ancient hilltop temple of Poseidon for panoramic views of the island and surrounding waters.

          5.Epidaurus
          Epidaurus, located on the northeastern Peloponnese, is renowned for its ancient theater, an architectural marvel renowned for its exceptional acoustics and well-preserved beauty. Built in the 4th century BC, the theater continues to host performances, allowing visitors to experience ancient drama in a breathtaking setting. Apart from the theater, Epidaurus boasts an archaeological site with ruins of sanctuaries, baths, and other structures, offering a glimpse into the region’s ancient past.

          When is the best time to go cycling in Greece?

          The best time to go cycling in Greece is during the spring (April to June) and fall (September to October) seasons when temperatures are mild and pleasant, ranging from the mid-60s to mid-70s Fahrenheit. These periods offer blooming wildflowers, lush landscapes, and fewer tourists, creating ideal conditions for outdoor adventures. In the peak summer months of July and August, temperatures soar and tourist destinations become crowded, while winter can be rainy and chilly, limiting outdoor activities.

          Does Greece have good cycling?

          While the country may not have extensive dedicated cycling infrastructure like some European destinations, it boasts diverse landscapes and historical sites that can be explored on two wheels. Coastal roads, countryside routes, and mountainous terrain provide varied options for cyclists of all levels. Keep in mind that traffic conditions in urban areas can be busy, and some rural roads may lack bike lanes or signage, but overall Greece is an emerging destination for cyclists that offers lots of opportunities for adventure.

          FAQs on Greece Bike Tours

          What should I expect on a bike tour in Greece?

          On our bike tours in Greece, you can expect a perfectly curated blend of adventure, cultural immersion, and scenic exploration. Guided by experienced leaders, you’ll cycle diverse landscapes, from ancient ruins to idyllic coastal paths, gaining insight into the country’s rich history and traditions along the way.

          Expect to pedal through charming villages, picturesque countryside, and along coastal roads, soaking in the stunning vistas of the Greek landscape. With opportunities to visit iconic landmarks, taste local delicacies, and engage with friendly locals, each day brings a new adventure and discovery.

          Traveling in a small group fosters a sense of camaraderie and allows for personalized attention from guides, ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for cyclists of all levels. Whether you’re an avid cyclist seeking thrilling descents or a leisurely rider looking to soak in the scenery, a bike tour in Greece promises unforgettable moments and lasting memories.

          Why choose Exodus for your biking tour in Greece?

          Each Exodus cycling tour in Greece unlocks a journey beyond the ordinary tourist paths. Our meticulously crafted trips delve into the heart of local culture, revealing hidden treasures and authentic experiences. From the enchanting vineyards of Nemea to the picturesque villages of Poros, Greece tantalizes with its culinary delights and rich heritage.

          Our expert team works tirelessly to plan the best routes, providing you with accurate maps and trip notes to ensure a seamless and enjoyable experience. We also take care of logistics, including transferring your luggage to each accommodation ahead of your arrival, so you can focus on enjoying the ride.

          How long do I need to cycle in Greece?

          The ideal duration of your cycling trip in Greece depends on factors like your fitness level, preferences, and the regions you wish to explore. Our guided biking tours Greece are eight day tours, offering plenty of time to immerse yourself in everything this incredible country has to offer.

          Is Greece safe for biking?

          In general, Greece is safe for biking, but cyclists should take precautions. Be mindful of traffic, especially in urban areas, and wear appropriate safety gear like helmets and reflective clothing. Stay hydrated, obey traffic laws, and be vigilant for road hazards. At Exodus, your safety is our top priority, and we take measures to ensure that every destination and route we plan is safe for biking in Greece. Our experienced team is on hand to provide support and assistance throughout your journey. You’ll receive detailed route directions, maps, and local emergency numbers before your departure, allowing you to navigate with confidence. Additionally, we provide high-quality bikes that undergo thorough checks before your arrival, ensuring a safe and enjoyable biking experience in Greece.

          Do you have to wear a cycle helmet in Greece?

          Helmets are mandatory for everyone on a guided Exodus cycling trip. You must bring your own as, following best safety practice, they are not available to rent.