Provence Cycling Holiday - Self Catering Villa

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7 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
Self-guided
Deal

5* rated on TripAdvisor for the last 12 years!

Our hosted, GPS self-guided tours for all abilities, in the beautiful Luberon Park, at our self catering villa have been designed with flexibility in mind - choose the right rides, distances and amount of sightseeing to suit you.

Use our New quality Trek hybrids & our easy to use Garmin Edge 1000 GPS systems, preprogrammed with 30+ rides for all levels.

Stay in our new self catering villa in Taillades in the beautiful Luberon Park, a great base from which to explore the beauty of Provence, made famous by the book "A year in Provence".

1 group per week - any remaining rooms are not sold.

Information

Tour Location

Country:
France
Region:
Provence
From:
Luberon Regional Park, Provence
To:
Luberon Regional Park, Provence

Tour Information

Guiding:
Self-guided
Duration:
7 Days
Level:
Easy/Moderate
Terrain:
Flat|Hills|Quiet roads|Cycle paths/trails
Tour Type:
Electric bike
Theme:
Groups
More Options:
Centre-based|Non-rider program|Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Tour Language:
English
Cost From:
EUR 756

Tour Distance & Dates

Riding Days:
6
Month(s):
April|May|June|July|August|September|October
Departure:

Saturday start day.

Additional Information

Special Deal

10% OFF 2020 TOURS.

Booking Conditions:

Minimum 2 guests, max 6

Group Information:

Price per person reduces with the number of guests.

Inclusions

6 nights in our new Provencal self catering villa - beautifully furnished, decorated & equipped to high standard.
Our villa base tours have 5 Stars on Google.
Covered pool, gardens & shaded terrace.
The latest Garmin 1000 GPS + our book of 30+ rides split ability and places to visit.
New, quality Trek Hybrids + bike equipment + bike breakdown assistance.
Comprehensive introductory briefing + local info.

Options

Ebikes, Road bikes or a Tandem rental is an additional €168 per 6 night stay.

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