Umbria - based in one hotel
7 Days | Self-guided tour
The new cycle tour in the Eurobike programme takes you to Umbria, almost directly in the middle of the famous boot. This seven-day cycle tour is intended for tourists who want to experience the quiet, idyllic face of Italy. Every stage of the tour leads through lush olive groves, or past beautiful expanses of water such as the Tiber River or Lake Trasimeno. Of course, you will also pass through typically Italian medieval towns, with the well-known names of Assisi, Todi or Bettona. You will return ‘home’ every night – to the four-star Residenza d’Epoca alla Posta dei Donini. Details of the cycle tour in Umbria What awaits you over this 260 kilometre cycle tour across Umbria will surprise you! The schedule begins and ends in San Martino in Campo and will take you to the most enchanting landscapes of Umbria. In south Tuscany, juicy grapes grow just as much as olives and sunflowers. Don’t forget your camera. Hightlights of the cycle tour in Umbria: On holiday, yet still at home: Cycle tour fans love the centre-based tours from Eurobike as they return to their holiday home every day. During the trip from Umbria, this is the Residenza d’Epoca alla Posta dei Donini, just outside Perugia. Tip: The hotel’s restaurant is considered one of the best in the region! Taste Umbria’s top wines: On the fourth day you can enjoy a wine tasking with a typical Umbrian lunch (included) at the well-known Chiorri vineyard. Travelling by train: The two train journeys from Montefalco and Todi bring even more variety into cycling holidays! Important information about the cycle tour in Umbria: The starting point of the day trips in Umbria is the picturesque San Martino in Campo near Perugia. During the following days of your cycle tour, you will cover between 40 and 60 kilometres every day, which are easy to master with good basic fitness. A good level of fitness is useful on the climbs to Trasimeno Lake and Todi. Otherwise, the route through the unique landscape of Umbria is usually flat and on low-traffic side roads. If you don’t know Umbria yet, why not get to know it on a cycling holiday! Get all information and many more tour tips for our cycle tours in Umbria.