What makes a great independent cycling holiday? For us, it's an authentic and lasting experience that should be as meaningful off the saddle as it is on it. So slow down. Stop. Take off your helmet and focus on the stunning views around you. Take time to connect with the region in which you are cycling. Learn its history, embrace its culture, taste its local cuisine and discover its hidden secrets beyond the reach of a car, bus or train. Is there any better way to get away from it all than on two wheels? We don't think so!
We offer an extensive range of self-guided cycling tours that suit all levels. Are you looking to relax and take it easy? Then ride the flat dedicated cycle paths of the Danube or Loire Valley. Are you a foodie looking for an authentic food and wine experience? How about riding the quiet county lanes of France, Italy's illustrious food and wine regions or Portugal's north or south? Of course, we also cater for those looking for an extra bit of oomph on their trip! Take on a spiritual Camino journey on two wheels? Or pedal England's iconic coast to coast roads that are steeped in cycling folklore - passing through its famous Lakes and Dales? Finally, for those who enjoy the finer things in life, why not try a luxury cycling holiday with an e-bike upgrade?
Macs Adventure has been helping cyclists connect with destinations worldwide since 2008. So book in confidence with our knowledgeable team today and find your perfect trip your way!
The Great Glen Cycleway is a four day trip along Scotland's Highland Fault Line, which has created three beautiful lochs, Loch Lochy, Loch Oich and of course Loch Ness. The route follows the same path as the Great Glen Way walking route and for this reason we have noted that this trip needs some Mountainbike experience to navigate your way along.
Thinking of taking a cycling holiday? There are a lot of choices and a lot to think about, particularly if it is your first time.
Luckily it is Macs Adventure to the rescue! Simply download our Free 12-page Cycling guide from the link below to read on your phone, tablet or good old printed page.
Cycle through the heartlands of Catalonia, experiencing the stunning scenery, rich history and outstanding gastronomy from the saddle of your bike. Rustic countryside eventually makes way to the crowning glory of Barcelona to finish your trip.
Discover the mysterious Isle of Skye on Scotland's north west coast. The route takes you right around the island, visiting all big tourist spots, but also many hidden locations.