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Experience some of the best food and wine Europe has to offer by bike. Cycling by French or Italian vineyards, enjoying local seafood, artisan cheeses, and regional wines - you can indulge your tastebuds at every rest-stop. What better way to relax at the end of a day cycling? Depending on your particular taste in red wine, you will have a hard job choosing between cycling in Bordeaux, Barolo or Rioja.
This selection of self guided cycling trips allows you to truly immerse yourself in vibrant local tastes and smells. Each region has its own unique qualities, and brings something different to your cycling holiday.For more inspiration and all the information you will ever need, you can download our Free Guide to Cycling Holidays or check our Online Cycling Holiday Guide.
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Pedal through Piedmont, the cradle of the slow food movement, where you can taste the local hazelnut chocolates, the spicy “Bagna Cauda”, the hand-crafted salamis and of course the white truffle of Alba. The fine wines of Gavi, Barolo and Barbaresco round off your gourmet experience.Duration: 8 Days & 7 Nights
La Rioja is a wine lover’s paradise, and this loop cycle around northern Spain is full of first class vineyards and pretty winemaking villages with countless cellars and bodegas to quench your thirst. Cycle against a backdrop of the rolling Sierra de Cantabria, along the lovely Ebro river and Camino de Santiago.Duration: 7 Days & 6 Nights
Provence is famed for its beautiful landscape of rolling hills and a dramatic mountainous backdrop. It’s also much loved for producing fabulous wines. Combine your two favourite hobbies of cycling and wine-tasting on this self-guided eight-day cycling tour.Duration: 8 Days & 7 Nights
Beginning in Amsterdam, this Grand Tour of Holland takes you through traditional Dutch fishing villages and preserved medieval towns, past windmills and on a journey across Afsluitdijk, a 34km long causeway splitting the Waddenzee from IJsselmeer.Duration: 10 Days & 9 Nights (8 Days Cycling)