E-bike Cycling Tours

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Cruise uphill on an E-bike!

Think you’re just not fit enough for a bike trip? Or, maybe your traveling companions are the 100km types and you won’t be able to keep up? E-bikes are a great way to experience all the fun and outdoor activity of a bike tour without a worry about your stamina. If you’re not familiar with E-Bikes, these are electric bikes which can be ridden just like a regular bike with self-propulsion – but also have a small motor to assist when you are against a headwind or going uphill. You can comfortably cycle further too, meaning that longer distances are possible and more sights are within visiting distance. You’ll still be able to get some exercise, as the E-bike assists your pedaling; not entirely replacing it. Some people find they ride more (getting more exercise) and with greater enjoyment with an electric assist. And, they are amazingly easy to operate! Stylish and almost indistinguishable from a regular bike – you might like it so much that you’ll be tempted to get one on your return home.


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France – Backroads of Brittany Cycling

The stunning white beaches of Brittany’s Emerald Coast, yet the region remains largely unspoiled with traditional fishing ports, colorful country hamlets and beautifully preserved walled towns unchanged since the Middle Ages.




France – Dordogne Gastronomic Cycling

Wonderful gastronomic meals, world-famous wines, fabulous historic sites and postcard-pretty villages are just a few of the highlights of this popular 8-night cycling tour. You are usually close to the rivers too, so lots of swimming, plus all hotels have pools.



Abbeys and Vineyards 1France – Chablis Vineyards Cycling

Gentle, relaxing 6-night cycling holiday through traditional french villages and the vineyards of Burgundy. Lots of wine tasting opportunities of world-famous wines along your route!



France – Chablis Vineyards Cycling Taster Tour

A shorter 4-night version of our Chablis Vineyards Cycling tour, through traditional french villages and the vineyards of Burgundy. Lots of wine tasting opportunities of world-famous wines along your route!



Classic Burgundy CyclingFrance – Classic Burgundy Cycling

This 8-night cycling holiday really gets under the skin of Burgundy: its people, its villages, its waterways and, of course, its world-famous wines. The days have been specially designed to allow for lazy riverside lunches and gastronomic pit-stops!



France – Gastronomic Burgundy Cycling

Uncover the wonderful flavors of Burgundy on the six night gastronomic cycling tour. Long established as one of France’s finest wine regions, the Cote d’Or is home to historic Beaune and famed Nuits-Saint-Georges, where culture and tradition thrive amid some of the world’s most prestigious vineyards.


Lavender-fieldsFrance – Cotes du Ventoux Cycling

The Vaucluse is characterized by several things but none perhaps as much as the vineyards which cover the patchwork landscape and the ever present shape of Mt Ventoux, ‘the Giant of Provence’, silent and ever watchful on the horizion. This 6 night cycle takes you around the eastern side of the Vaucluse, where you will have ample opportunities to taste the local produce as you venture right up to the foot of the mountain.


Provence Self-guided-cyclingFrance – Hilltop Villages of Provence Cycling

Provence is a place whose natural light and landscapes have served as inspiration to such iconic figures as Van Gogh, Cezanne, Picasso and Dumas (not to mention Peter Mayle!), and this 6 night holiday has been designed to give you a taste of the famous hilltop villages which dot its breath-taking, lavender-scented Luberon region.


france_provence_BonnieuxFrance – Landscapes of the Luberon Cycling

The picturesque, perched villages of Provence offer stirring images along with a history which, in some places, stretches back over a thousand years. On this 8 night holiday you’ll discover vineyards, olive groves, monasteries, chateaux and caves along with the region’s famous Ochre Trail and, of course, the lavender which scents the summer air.


Provence Gastronomic CyclingFrance – Vineyards of Vaucluse Cycling

For wine-lovers, this 8-night tour circles the famous Cotes de Rhone vineyards, and includes 2 nights in Vaison la Romaine – France’s most extensive Roman site with 6000-seat theatre, baths, houses and streets. Swimming pools 6 nights out of 8.



italy_umbria_CycleItaly – Cycling the Wine Trails of Umbria

This 8-night holiday combines gentle pedaling through olive groves, sunflower fields and vineyards with time in gorgeous historic towns and sun-drenched villages. Highlights include the lovely hilltop wine village of Montefalco, ‘the balcony of Umbria’, and the fascinating historic city of Spoleto and of course, magical Assisi.


Italy – Medieval Umbrian Cycling

This 10-night holiday combines scenic, leisurely pealing through olive groves, vineyards and apricot orchards with a chance to explore some of the most fascinating towns and historic villages in the country.  You’ll cycle along the stately Roman Via degli Ulivi and follow in the footsteps of emperors at the sacred springs of Campello su Clitunno.


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Superb hotels, world-famous wines and exceptional cuisine are just some of the reasons to choose this 8-night cycling holiday! The cycling takes you through softly rolling hills, sun-drenched hamlets and via the pretty wine towns of Barbaresco and Barolo.



Italy – From the Dolomites to Lake Garda

Boasting 300 days of sunshine a year, the bright Trentino-Alto Adige is a timeless bilingual region at the crossroads of Italy and Austria. Pedaling on well-maintained cycle tracks from your starting point in the mountain range in Sudtirol, you’ll head through the emerald Val Pusteria valley, passing three rivers (Rienza, Isarco and Adige) en route to Riva on the lemon-lined shores of Lake Garda


Contrasts of Puglia lg Italy – Contrasts of Puglia Cycling

Firmly tucked away in the South, Puglia is a sun-soaked region of deserted white sand beaches, unspoiled villages and gently rolling hills backing the clear emerald seas of the Adriatic. Highlights include UNESCO Alberobello, whitewashed Ostuni and beautiful Baroque Lecce.



Italy – Cycling through Baroque Sicily

This 8-night cycling route provides a wonderful introduction to Sicily’s south-east, a part of the island renowned for its beautiful, unspoiled coastline, spectacular Baroque architecture and sumptuous regional cuisine.



Italy – A Taste of Sicily Cycling

An adaptation of our 8 night tour,  Your journey takes you along a mix of inland and coastal routes, starting amidst the Baroque splendor of Ragusa and Modica and ending in stunning Siracusa on the east coast. You’ll cycle through lush valleys filled with olive trees, almond groves, vineyards and citrus orchards and patchwork puzzles of dry-stone-wall farms, as you cycle between UNESCO World Heritage Sites rebuilt in the typical late Baroque style after the famous 1693 earthquake.


portugal_beira_Cycling-from-PortoPortugal – Porto Coastal Cycling

Varied beach-front cycling along some of the most spectacular stretches of coast we’ve ever seen! Starting in wine capital, Porto, your route heads south beach and bay-hopping to Aveiro, Portugal’s Venice before finishing beside the beach at Praia de Mira.




Portugal – Porto to Coimbra Cycling

Varied beach-front cycling along some of the most spectacular stretches of coast we have ever seen! Starting in wine capital, Porto, your route heads south taking in vibrant market towns and seaside marinas before ending in Coimbra, Portugals capital in the Middle Ages.




Austria – Austrian Lakes Cycling

The flexibility of this cycling tour makes it an outright winner for families looking for gentle traffic-free cycling with lots more to do besides: pools, watersports, mountain rail rides, boat trips.



Austria – Sound of Music Austrian Lakes Cycling

The Salzkammergut area (Lake District) is one of the most impressive regions in the heart of Austria.  This 10 night cycling tour is jam-packed with experiences to suit everyone, with a range of water activities in lakeside villages, including boat trips and water sports, when you fancy a break from cycling.


Austria – Cycling Austria’s Lake District

This 6-night holiday gives a lovely short introduction to the Austrian lakes district, Salzkammergut, a land intrinsically linked with ‘The Sound of Music’ and Mozart. This is picture-postcard Austria: shimmering blue lakes, deep green meadows, alpine villages and traditional dress.




Central/Northern Europe – Lake Constance Cycling

With over 250kms/155mi of gentle cycling trails – plus the option to hop on/off the local train (with your bike) – this region is perfect for exploring by bike. You will visit Baroque churches, Gothic cathedrals, fairytale palaces – and the views are pretty special too!



Central/Northern Europe – Highlights of Lake Constance by Bike

Bordered by the majestic Alpine peaks of Germany, Switzerland and Austria, the turquoie shoreline and pebbly beaches of Lake Constance are shared between three countries. As Central Europe’s third largest lake, it’s a beautifully flat journey from one country to the next through cherry orchards, wildflowers and daisy-strewn meadows.


Germany and Austria – Passau to Vienna Cycling

The route from Passau, on Germany’s eastern border to Vienna is one of the most popular cycling paths in Europe, and it’s no wonder! This stretch of the Danube carves its way through a thousand years of history: 60 dramatic castles and palaces lie along the rivers, and the ever-changing landscape is kaleidoscope of fertile plains, lowland forests and bird-rich marshland.


Germany – Cycling Bavaria’s Majestic Waterways

This 8-night tour takes you along Funf-Flusse-Radweg, one of Bavaria’s long-distance cycle routes. Following a circular route, you start in the UNESCO medieval city of Regensburg and pedal alongside a mix of waterways: the majestic Danube, the stunning Altmuhl, the Main-Danube Canal, the tiny Pegnitz and the beautiful Naab.


Germany – Bavarian Castles & Rivers Cycling

This 8-night holiday is situated in beautiful, unspoiled Bavaria. Bavaria is the archetypical Germany: Bratwurst, beer and Lederhosen are still the mode of fashion. Behind this caricature lies a stunning region dissected by a network of beautiful rivers, pine-clad hills and hilltop castles and pretty towns and villages around every turn in the road.


Germany – Five Waterways of Bavaria

Welcome to the Funf-Flusse-Radweg, one of Bavaria’s long-distance cycle routes. This circular route starts in the UNESCO medieval city of Regensburg and takes you on a 10-night journey through the north-east of Bavaria. You’ll follow a series of well-networked paths along a mix of waterways: the majestic Danube, the stunning Altmuhl, the Main-Danube Canal, the tiny Pegnitz and the beautiful Naab.


Norway – Cycling the Oslofjord

With its gentle coastline, hilly little roads through forests, tranquil beaches and charming coastal towns, the Oslofjord region of Norway is a cyclist’s paradise. Quaint harbor towns and villages stretch along the coast – each with its own unique history and attractions. And tranquil country lanes meander around the fjord, leading up to Oslo. Cycling from one beautiful destination to the next, you’ll pedal back in time to a more simple life.


Scotland – Cycling the Moray Coast and Whiskey Trail of the Scottish Highlands

Whisky-flavored Speyside is a dream for the cyclist and whisky connoisseur. Pedaling along the beautiful Moray Coast, your 7-night whisky pilgrimage combines beautiful cycling in the Scottish Highlands with the chance to visit the many famous distilleries and sample their world-renowned “tipples” along the way.


Styles and brands of E-bike vary, inquire for details. E-bikes are subject to availability, please advise at time of booking.