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If you're looking for inspiration to decide on the perfect cycling holiday, you can't go wrong with these tried and trusted favourites. Remember, with these independent adventures, popular doesn't necessarily mean "crowded". Go at your own pace and enjoy country air and cultural delights.
From Europe's most popular bike ride, the Danube Cycle Path, to Tuscan delights, we hope there is something for everyone in this collection, and if you want more inspiration you can download our Free Guide to Cycling Holidays or check our Online Cycling Holiday Guide.
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Cycle the ancient Celtic Kingdom of Cornwall, defined by its sparkling blue seas, rugged coastline, wooded valleys and industrial heritage. Ride from ancient Iron Age Villages to the cosmopolitan harbour town of Padstow which boasts the Rick Stein’s mouth wateringly good fish and chips.Duration: 7 Days & 6 Nights
Cycle the most popular route in Europe, following a flat easy going, dedicated cycle path around the sparkling shores of Bodensee, also known as Lake Constance. Straddling Austria, Switzerland and Germany Lake Constance is peppered with fairy tale villages, medieval towns and inviting lakeside beaches to soak up far reaching panoramic views of the Alps.Duration: 8 Days & 7 Nights
Discover quintessential Tuscany on two wheels. From the world-famous city of Pisa and its iconic tower, you pedal through the Tuscan landscape, past scented vineyards and verdant olive groves towards Florence: birthplace of the Renaissance and city of timeless beauty.Duration: 7 Days & 6 Nights
Enjoy easy, scenic cycling along the Elbe river, pedalling from historic Prague in the Czech Republic to the beautiful city of Dresden in Germany. This section of the Elbe Cycle Path stretches 211km, with easily-manageable daily rides of between 21-55km on mostly flat cycle paths and quiet country roads.Duration: 8 Days & 7 Nights
Cycle from the Irish Sea to the North Sea, west to east, along the UK’s most popular long distance cycle path, the C2C. Dip your back wheel into the sea at the beginning of your epic journey and your front wheel in at the end, as tradition demands.Duration: 4 - 5 Days