Electric bike tours


Electric Bike Tours
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Touring using an electric or e-bike is becoming an option that more and more operators are offering in response to demand. This makes cycle touring much more accessible to all kinds of people who may not otherwise ride a bike - or are looking for a very easy way to enjoy a cycling holiday with the minimum of effort!

Some of these tours are e-bike only but the majority offer e-bikes as an alternative or an upgrade to the standard tour.

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Bike tour from Switzerland to Italy: St. Moritz, Bernina and Como Lake

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8 Day(s)
220 Km
avg 37 Km
Self-guided

Pedalling among the wonderful alpine landscapes between the Province of Sondrio and the Grisons Canton you will be able to experience an unforgettable tour on the mythical 'Trenino Rosso del Bernina' (Bernina red train), relax at the St. M ...

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Bike tour in Sicily, Southern Italy: Limes and Legends of the South

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8 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
235 Km
avg 39 Km
Self-guided

A tour in the south-eastern area of Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean. You will cycle through the Val di Noto, since 2003 a UNESCO World Heritage site, and discover the most fascinating cities of the region. You will visit Noto, the ...

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Bike and barge tour in Southern Italy: Sicily among the Aeolian Islands

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8 Day(s)
80 Km
avg 20 Km
Guided

You will be enchanted by this spectacular cruise among the extraordinary Aeolian islands. On board of a Caique, a traditional fishing boat, you will discover these volcanic islands, today part of the Unesco World Heritage list. Starting from Milaz ...

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River Adige Cycle Route from Resia Pass to Verona/Mantua

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8 Day(s)
310 Km
avg 52 Km
Self-guided

This beautiful tour offers you mountain scenery, green landscapes and gently flowing rivers. From the Austrian border through the Italian South Tyrol you will cycle along quiet routes, past peaceful villages and picturesque little castles and cloi ...

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Bike tour in Northern Italy: River Adige Cycle Route from Resia Pass to Garda Lake

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7 Day(s)
250 Km
avg 50 Km
Self-guided

This beautiful tour offers you mountain scenery, green landscapes and gently flowing rivers. From the Austrian border through the Italian South Tyrol you will cycle along quiet routes, past peaceful villages and picturesque little castles and cloi ...

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Bike tour in Northern Italy: River Adige Cycle Route from Bolzano to Verona

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5 Day(s)
180 Km
avg 60 Km
Self-guided

Few landscapes in Europe match the unique beauty of the Dolomites, part of the UNESCO world heritage list since 2009. The cycling route starts in the heart of these superb mountains and following the course of the river Adige takes you to the palm ...

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Bike tour in Piedmont, Italy: The 'Slow Food Region' through Barolo Vineyards

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8 Day(s)
290 Km
avg 48 Km
Self-guided

Occupying a large area that borders on France and Switzerland, Piedmont is the ancient dominion of the Savoys, the ill-fated royal family who ruled Italy from the Unification in 1861 until abdication in 1946. Piedmont is also the birthplace of the ...

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Bike tour in Piedmont, Italy: The 'Slow Food Region' and its capital Turin

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8 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
270 Km
avg 45 Km
Self-guided

Occupying a large area that borders on France and Switzerland, Piedmont is the ancient dominion of the Savoys, the ill-fated royal family who ruled Italy from the Unification in 1861 until abdication in 1946. Piedmont is also the birthplace of the ...

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Bike and barge tour in Italy: Mantua > Venice or Venice > Mantua

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8 Day(s)
205 Km
avg 41 Km
Guided

Blending nature, culture and fine cuisine, this leisurely bike and barge tour along the River Po offers more than just a taster of Northern Italy. It explores celebrated cities of art, one of Europe's prime Nature Reserves, and a wealth of tuc ...

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Bike tour in France: Loire Valley for families

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7 Day(s)
205 Km
avg 41 Km
Self-guided

The Loire Valley, also known as 'garden of France', is a charming land of vineyards, flowers and rolling green hills, which will enchant you and your family with its more than two hundred castles and luxuriant natural landscapes. It will b ...

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Bike tour in France, Loire Valley: from Orléans to Tours

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5 Day(s)
180 Km
avg 45 Km
Self-guided

The Loire Valley, also known as 'garden of France', is a charming land of vineyards, flowers and rolling green hills, which will enchant you with its more than two hundred castles and luxuriant natural landscapes. It will be like riding in ...

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Bike tour in France, Loire Valley: from Orléans to Saumur

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8 Day(s)
275 Km
avg 46 Km
Self-guided

The Loire Valley, also known as 'garden of France', is a charming land of vineyards, flowers and rolling green hills, which will enchant you with its more than two hundred castles and luxuriant natural landscapes. It will be like riding in ...

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Bike tour in Northern Italy: Lake Garda: Peschiera, Verona and Mincio river

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7 Day(s)
Easy
170 Km
avg 34 Km
Self-guided

Formed as a stunning result of the last glaciation, the enchanting attractiveness of Lake Garda has enraptured all its visitors even beginning in 1786 with Wolfgang Goethe, its first illustrious tourist and promoter. Exceptional place between the ...

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Bike tour in Northern Italy: from Lake Garda to Venice

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7 Day(s)
Easy
200 Km
avg 40 Km
Self-guided

Formed as a stunning result of the last glaciation, the enchanting attractiveness of Lake Garda has enraptured all its visitors even beginning in 1786 with Wolfgang Goethe, its first illustrious tourist and promoter. Alpine atmosphere, colours and ...

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Bike tour in Northern Italy: from Lake Garda to the Adriatic

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8 Day(s)
Easy
310 Km
avg 52 Km
Self-guided

An itinerary rich in both art and nature, joining Lake Garda, the Po and Mincio rivers, and two historic cities which have flourished along their banks: Mantua and Ferrara. After exploring these Renaissance jewels (both UNESCO World Heritage Sites ...

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