Active indulgence in Piedmont
On our cycling holiday Piedmont Round Trip, 8 days, ambitious active holidaymakers can experience a wonderful break in the natural landscape of Northern Italy. The beautiful Piedmont region not only offers a picturesque landscape for its visitors, but it is also a real foodie region. The delights will accompany you along the entire cycle route from Turin to Saluzzo, on to Bra and Alba and finally back to Turin. There is plenty to enjoy along the cycle path: the wonderful wines of the region, the chocolates from the world-famous Ferrero brand from Alba, the city that is also the truffle capital, or a glass of Asti sparkling wine. There is also no lack of cultural highlights on this active tour. In Pinerolo, discover the most famous cavalry school in Italy, the castles of Manta, Costigliole, Guarene and Cisterna, as well as Bene Vagienna, a town of Roman origin and filled with archaeological finds. You will not forget this cycle tour in a hurry!
Discover the best of the Palatinate by bike
Experience the picturesque vineyards, romantic landscapes, cultural highlights and of course the excellent wines of the region on our cycling tour Rhine & Vines with Charm, 7 days. You will find plenty of this on our cycle tour, after all, the Palatinate is the most important wine growing region in Germany. Starting from Bad Dürkheim, home of the largest wine barrel in the world, you cycle first to Landau and the next day to Speyer, where you can visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Kaiser and Mariendom of Speyer. The route continues to Heidelberg – from a distance you can already spot the city’s landmark, the romantic Heidelberg Castle. Pedalling, you go to the old Imperial city of Worms and the next day back to Bad Dürkheim. During the entire cycle tour, you will be guests in wonderful, charming hotels and accommodation – for that little bit of extra comfort and enjoyment.
Mediterranean island idyll on Mallorca
A multifaceted cycling experience awaits you on our cycling holiday Mallorca with Charm, 8 days. The sunny Balearic Island in Spain offers the ideal conditions for this: imposing stretches of coastline, quiet sandy beaches, typical Mallorcan villages, wonderful local cuisine and particularly inviting hotels and accommodation with a special feel-good factor and charm. On Mallorca you are always on easy or medium-difficulty low traffic cycle paths – far away from the tourist crowds. Starting from the island’s capital of Palma de Mallorca, you cycle on the first day to the coastal town of Colonia de Sant Jordi in the south and on the following day in the interior to Porreres. The route continues north to Alcúdia, where you can complete your stage on one of the beautiful sandy beaches. The following day’s stage has very special highlights in store: past almond trees, it goes along the Tramuntana mountains to ‘Inca’, then with the shuttle bus to Kloser Lluc, by bike to the picturesque village of Fornalutx and finally to the day’s destination, the beautiful fishing village of Port de Sòller. The final stage of your enjoyable cycling holiday takes you back to Palma de Mallorca, where you can review your active holiday with a wonderful glass of wine.
Indulgence in South Tyrol
South Tyrol is a true Mecca for connoisseurs, because here you will not only find wonderful landscapes, the region also offers an incomparable array of culinary treasures. These include the excellent wines, apples, speck and of course, not to be forgotten, the custom of Törggelen, a meal with young wine, roasted chestnuts, nuts and ‘krapfen’ (a kind of doughnuts). It was once the South Tyrolean farmers and wine merchants who met in the autumn to taste the young wine. Today the Törggelen has a long tradition. From Merano to Bressanone/Brixen and Bolzano, discover the beauty of South Tyrol by bike and enjoy fine wines and traditional dishes in the numerous wine taverns. Our conclusion: On the cycle holiday South Tyrol - based in one hotel, 7 days everyone will get their money’s worth.
Bavarian cosiness at the Chiemsee
Our cycling holiday Lake Chiemsee Impressions, 7 days in southern Germany promises a carefree and particularly enjoyable active experience. During the entire route from Rosenheim to Wasserburg, Trostberg to the Chiemsee and back to Rosenheim you will be on well-developed and easy cycle paths with only slight inclines. The wonderful bathing opportunities offer the perfect opportunity to cool off after a cycle tour. You can also experience all kinds of culinary moments of pleasure on this active holiday. Because Bavarian delicacies and a cold beer should definitely not be missed on a cycling holiday in this region in Bavaria. But that’s not all: the idyllic route with a view of the Alps ensures a special kind of experience. Don’t forget to pack your swimming trunks and hop into the Chiemsee after your cycling tour – pure enjoyment on a cycling holiday with Eurobike!
Out and about in the south of Austria
Leisure cyclists also get their money’s worth in Austria. Green valleys, crystal clear lakes and majestic mountain peaks invite you to linger in Carinthia. During the cycling holiday Carinthian Lakes, 8 days, the route leads you from Villach to the beautiful Ossiacher See. The following day’s stage takes you on a small section of the Drau cycle path to Velden am Wörthersee, on to the Keutschacher Seental and finally to Klagenfurt, your destination for the day. After a short stroll through the beautiful old town of Klagenfurt, the following day you continue to the Klopeiner See, which is not only the warmest swimming lake in Austria, but also in all of Europe. Now it goes on to St. Veit and the wonderful lake awaits you in Carinthia – the Faaker See. Let your enjoyable cycling holiday end with a good dinner in your stage destination of Villach. Did you know that the Carinthian Lake District has the most hours of sunshine in Austria? Perfect for a cycle tour with Eurobike!
Italian indulgence from Pisa to Florence
Experience an active holiday full of highlights on our cycling holiday Pisa - Florence, 7 days. Over seven days and five daily stages you will experience the most beautiful and culturally worth seeing places in Tuscany on quiet cycle paths and side streets. But also in terms of landscape and culinary delights you will immerse yourself in the perfect enjoyment of Italy. Starting from Pisa, one of the most famous cities in Italy you cycle to Lucca and experience the historic old town on a round tour along the approximately four-kilometer-long city wall. The following stages lead first to the spa town of Montecatini and on the following day in an excursion to Vinci. Furthermore, on the fifth day of your cycle tour you head up to the town of Montevettolini, where you can enjoy wonderful views of the Arno Valley during a short break. Today’s stage destination Pistoia impresses with its historic centre and churches, as well as the enchanting squares. On your final stage, you can really breathe in the scent of Tuscany and end your cycling holiday with a wonderful Italian meal in your destination of Florence.