Cycle tours in France
Do you fancy a cycle tour? France is a country of contrasts with a lot to offer! France has fantastic countryside, countless wine-growing areas and villages, towns and cities with pretty much an inexhaustible number of treasures concerning the history of civilization. France simply has all the requirements for a unique and eventful cycle tour.
A Varied Bike Holiday in France
Discover the traditionally cultivated land in Alsace. The largest selection of our French bike tours lie between the River Rhine and the Vosges area as well as between Strasbourg and Mühlhausen.
Brittany, the mystical coastal area, is also charming with its unspoilt sandy beaches with wild cliffs, romantic fishing harbours, palaces and islands. Alternatively Burgundy also has a wonderful landscape and has rich cultural treasures. Burgundy doesn’t only have variety; it also offers France’s loveliest bike tours.
A Bike Holiday in Provence, France
A true classic bike tour is in Provence, which is France’s ‘sunshine country’ with lush lowlands, Mediterranean coastline, cultural centres and a provincial way of life. Camargue is a good option within Provence for a bike tour with its nature protected swampland in the Rhone delta. Expect a vivid hustle and bustle in the towns, village life, sycamore trees and there to be a southern tranquillity about the place.
Individual Bike Tours or Group Bike Tours in France
France is not stingy with its charm and from your bike’s saddle you can view its delightful features.
Choose Eurobike and you will be able to enjoy a perfectly organised cycle trip – whether you choose a guided group tour with a tour guide or an independent self-guided cycling tour where you can stop and go exactly as you wish.
You too can have an unforgettable holiday in France with or without luggage transfer included! We are looking forward to hearing from you!
Discover France's most popular regions for bike tours:
Provence – France’s sunshine country with fertile, lush valleys, the Mediterranean coast, ancient and medieval cultural centres, the scent of herbs and the Provençal lifestyle.