New Cycle Tours 2018

We have come up with some more new and exciting destinations this year too. For example, a special highlight is our cycle tour from Turin in the Piedmont to San Remo on the Ligurian coastline. We have put together an overview of our new tours for you. click through our new offers!

2020
Tour character
Medium
(6)
Italy

Turin - San Remo

8 Days | Self-guided tour
A new cycle tour to San Remo, the Riviera of Flowers. In focus: cosiness and time for enjoyment and culture! Sound appealing? Then read on now. The tour starts in Royal Turin and passes by charming and cultural highlights, with fantastic views of the Alps. The destination is the Ligurian coast in San Remo. Along the way one treat follows the other, and you are right in the middle of it! Details of the cycle tour from Turin to San Remo In Turin you start the 50-kilometer stage along the Po. You pass the impressive Stupinigi Palace, and reach the medieval town of Saluzzo. Foodie tip: In the bar of the former Cistercian abbey you must taste the excellent ice cream! Continue south to Mondovi, Millesimo and Albenga. On day seven you arrive at the Riviera of Flowers, San Remo. Now you have time to enjoy the turquoise sea and the pleasant temperatures. Sunbathing with a fruity cocktail is almost in your grasp! Highlights of the cycle tour at a glance: Passing orchards and vineyards: As you cycle to Cavour, the mountain ‘Mon Viso’ is always in view. And surrounded by orchards and vineyards is the curious castle ‘Rocca’. Crossing the Alps: On day six you will reach the sea via the Bormida Valley to the Riviera of Flowers, San Remo. The summit of the Colle Scravaion offers a spectacular view of the Ligurian Sea. Useful information about the cycle tour from Turin to San Remo This eight-day bike trip to the Riviera of Flowers will meet every expectation of the casual cyclist. From the Alpine panorama to the Ligurian coast, you cycle on low-traffic side roads with a consistently simple route. From time to time you can expect individual steep climbs, which are achievable to the occasional cyclist. 50 to 60 kilometres are scheduled each day. Have you persuaded yourself to try this new route from Eurobike? Experience the contrast of the snow-capped Alps and the blooming Riviera on the Ligurian Sea. Get all information and many more tour tips for our cycle tours in the Piedmont.
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2020
Italian village
Tour character
Challenging
(5)
Italy

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.
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2020
Cyclist in front of waterfalls in Krimml
Tour character
Easy
(9)
Austria

Innsbruck - Salzburg

7 Days | Self-guided tour
Are you looking for an entry-level route for occasional cyclists and want to admire the magnificent, majestic landscape of Austria? Then Eurobike has just the trip for you! The seven-day cycle tour travels from Innsbruck to Salzburg and through the Alps and valleys of western Austria. Tyrolean customs paired with regal Salzburg make this trip a real gem for culture lovers. Details of the cycle tour from Innsbruck to Salzburg From Innsbruck you cycle comfortably along the Inn cycle path with the towering Nordkette mountain range as your constant companion. Then it’s off to the idyllic Zillertal and over the Gerols alpine road by bus. On day four you will reach the Tauern cycle path, which is the best developed in the Salzburg area. On the route: the largest waterfalls in Europe, embedded into a unique landscape. Along the Salzach river you cycle to Zell am See and the Zeller Lake, where you can see the reflection of the snow-covered Kitzteinhorn. Your last river companion on the bike tour is the Saalach, until you finally arrive in Salzburg. Highlights of the tour at a glance: The roaring Krimml waterfalls: Experience the unrestrained power of water up close and listen as it plummets 380 meters towards earth! Hohe Tauern National Park with fairy tale mountain scenery: Three thousand meter peaks, breathtaking scenery – and you are in the thick of it. The largest conservation area in Central Europe is home to the mightiest peaks in Austria, and the largest glacial areas of the Eastern Alps. Useful information about the cycle tour from Innsbruck to Salzburg Seven days of leisurely cycling through two federal states. The cycle paths are mainly in the valleys of the Inn, Ziller, Salzach and Saalach and provide an opportunity to see the area’s unique natural beauty. At individual stages, the tour may have brief, gentle hills and short climbs. Every day you travel between 20 and 60 kilometres. Once you arrive at the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – your final destination of Salzburg – you absolutely must try the Salzburg Nockerl! (A sweet speciality of the region.) Get all information and many more tour tips for our cycle tours in Tyrol.
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