Gourmet and foodie bike tours
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While you can expect good food on almost all bike tours, for the tours listed here, food is the focus - the bike is the chosen means of transport. And why not? By bicycle is the best way to experience the sights, sounds and TASTES.
It's hard to go past tours that focus on showing off the best food of their region. Whether that be fine dining, street food or cookery classes. A perfect recipe when combined with awesome cycling!
Tuscany: Cycle Pisa to Florence
Cycle between two iconic cities; from Pisa to Florence pedal through delightful Tuscan landscapes; rolling hills, olive groves, picturesque villages and renaissance architecture - this itinerary has it all. Add in delicious produce tastings, the beau ...
Trails of Vietnam
Whether it's kayaking beneath towering cliffs in the sea, cycling by vibrant green paddy fields in the Mekong Delta or trekking amongst colourful hilltribes, this dynamic trip allows us to interact with the local people and environment in a way w ...
Southern India Coast to Coast Ride
The two southernmost states of Tamil Nadu and Kerala perfectly depict the contrasting nature of India. Seeing them on two wheels gives us an excellent opportunity to soak up the rich culture and appreciate the different landscapes as we cycle by. Tam ...
Secrets of San Gimignano
This holiday is, quite simply, outstanding in every way - think rich scenery, fantastically contrasting hotels, superb local cuisine and exceptional wines.
Exhilarating cycling through open and totally unspoilt countryside
San Gim ...
Prague To Budapest Ride
Cycle through landscapes of four countries; the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary. This trip combines peaceful country lanes with well-marked cycle paths, including sections along the Danube, to showcase the best of Central Europe. Our it ...
Loire Gastronomic Cycling
This is an incredibly relaxed self-guided itinerary, ideal for those who enjoy their food and wine as much as culture and cycling. The distances are kept short, with optional cycling days built in so you have plenty of time to explore the many fabulo ...
Highlights of Puglia
Puglia offers a wonderful contrast of landscapes, from the fertile farming hamlets, vineyards and orchards of its interior to its dramatic, rocky coastline. Your holiday starts in Conversano and heads inland where you'll be blown away by a rich l ...
Gastronomic Burgundy Cycling
Long established as one of France's finest wine regions, the Cote d'Or is home to historic Beaune and famed Nuits-Saint-Georges.
Cycle along quiet lanes, vineyard tracks, tranquil waterside paths and smooth greenways, enjoying ...
Dordogne Valleys and Villages
The Dordogne is set apart by its dramatic scenery characterised by steep sided river valleys and ancient villages. Pedalling along the banks of the Dordogne and Vezere rivers, this self-guided route meanders down quiet lanes, through ancient woodland ...
Cycling through Baroque Sicily
Your journey takes you along a mix of inland and coastal routes, starting amidst the Baroque splendour of Ragusa and Modica and ending in stunning Siracusa on the east coast. You'll cycle through lush valleys filled with olive trees, almond grove ...
Cycling the Wine Villages of Piedmont
Tucked away in northern Italy, Piedmont is a region brimming with vineyard covered, softly rolling hills, sun-drenched hamlets, world-class wines and incredible hotels. Following quiet, traffic-free country roads, the route starts in the lush hazelnu ...
Cycling the Prosecco Hills
Treviso, located just a short drive north of Venice in the foothills of the Dolomites, is thought to be the most cycled province in Italy thanks to the great variety of scenic roads and picturesque rolling hills. Many professional cyclists train on t ...
Cycling the Italian and Swiss Lakes
The Italian lakes of Como and Maggiore are famed for both their spectacular scenery and their well-heeled residents. The rich and famous clearly have good taste as the scenery here is simply wonderful with forested hills and medieval properties overl ...
Cycling the Grand Cru of Beaune
Here, culture and tradition thrive amid some of the world's most prestigious vineyards, which are now collectively recognised as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. To the north, past numerous medieval chateaux, lies Dijon with its rich blend of archi ...
Cycling in Sicily
Sicily is not only the biggest island in the Mediterranean but also one of the most fascinating, thanks to the incredibly diverse heritage left here by past civilizations including the Phoenecians, Greeks, Romans, Arabs, Normans and Spanish. On this ...