We at Eurobike offer exciting cycle holidays for gourmets and connoisseurs throughout Europe. If you are a fan of good pizza and pasta, then let’s go to Italy. Or do you prefer enjoying really good wine in the evening, then we recommend the Palatinate in Germany. For delicious fish dishes, we will send you with your bike to the Portuguese Mediterranean island of Madeira. You will find culinary delights all over Europe, you just have to decide in advance which region appeals to your taste buds. You are spoiled for choice, because each destination impresses with its very own aromas.
Culinary cycle holiday through South Tyrol
South Tyrolean cuisine impresses with its simplicity, the use of local products and its very own creations. With its roots in Austria and the current affiliation with Italy, South Tyrol combines both culinary strongholds and creates its own delicious dishes. That is why pizza and pasta as well as various dumpling dishes are served in this region.
- Read more about our culinary cycle holidays in South Tyrol in our cycle blog CyclingBlog.
Culinary cycle holiday through Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Not only the beauty of the country, the proximity to the sea and the nice locals speak for the popular holiday destination of Italy, but also its unique cuisine. Nobody can do pizza, pasta and co. as well as the Italians. And that is why it is no wonder that culinary bliss awaits in the Italian region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia. This region is particularly well-known for its famous ham, Prosciutto di San Daniele. Also known as the little brother of Prosciutto di Parma. That is why you absolutely have to try this spicy, aromatic ham during a bike tour.
- Find out more about the cuisine in Friuli Venezia Giulia.
Culinary Cycle holiday through Liguria
In the Italian region of Liguria, a cycle holiday full of scents and flavours awaits you. Because alongside Italy’s other culinary revelations, Liguria has managed to stand out as a Mecca for fine dining. The popular pesto alla Genovese, for instance, comes from this region. The star of Ligurian cuisine along with pesto, is the Cacciucco fish stew. No wonder, after all it is located right by the sea and the population loves all kinds of fish.
- Got hungry? Then read on here about our culinary cycle holidays through Liguria.
Culinary cycle holiday through the Piedmont
Fragrant, authentic and beautiful – all this and much more meets the Piedmont insider tip. Because, unlike Tuscany or Veneto, this Italian region is still spared from mass tourism. And that despite the fact that Piedmont has a lot to offer culturally, scenically and culinary. Especially if you are a friend of truffle pasta, truffle oil or truffle risotto, you are in the right place in Piedmont, because the region is the home of the white truffle.
- Would you like to get to know the home of good taste better? Then read more about our culinary cycle holidays through Piedmont in our CyclingBlog.
Culinary cycle holidays through Majorca
Are you in the mood for delicious dishes and aromatic scents? Then get on the plane and off to Majorca. Fans of good cuisine have long been among Majorca’s regular guests. Because this combines the flavours and spices of many influences and is therefore often considered to be among the best in Spain. So if you go there for typical Majorcan food, you cannot avoid tapas. The small appetizers are often served in a wide variety of variations as a starter.
- Read more about a culinary cycling holidays through Majorca here.
Culinary cycle holiday through Madeira
The Portuguese Mediterranean island of Madeira not only features an abundance of magnificent flowers and fantastic views, but also a unique culinary variety. And although Madeira is part of Portugal, this cuisine is very different from the mainland. Naturally, the main star is obviously the fish – especially the black scabbardfish Espada. Because this type of fish can only be found in the waters around the island. Along with exotic fruits and passion fruit sauce, both locals and tourists love this national dish.
- Would you like to find out more about the cuisine on Madeira? Then read more about our culinary cycle holiday through Madeira here.
Culinary cycle holidays through Styria
It goes without saying that the Southern countries are known for their good cuisine. But for a delicious meal you do not always have to travel far, you can experience a culinary delight right on your doorstep. Because the Austrian state of Styria also impresses with its regional delicacies, such as pumpkin seed oil, which is known far beyond the borders. Almost every dish can be refined with this oil, salad, soups and fish dishes and even ice cream. We are curious how you like the pumpkin seed oil, because you either love it or hate it.
- Read more about our culinary cycle holidays through Styria
Culinary cycle holiday through the Palatinate
We especially want to recommend the Palatinate to gourmets and connoisseurs. Because there you cycle through blooming fields of almond trees, get hold of an exotic sight of kiwi plants and smell the intoxicating scent of ripe figs. Splendid! But the Palatinate is best known for its incredibly good wine – the Riesling. With around 6000 hectares, the German region has the largest growing area for Riesling in the world. With this in mind, cheers and enjoy the delicious wine.
- You can find more information about our culinary cycle tours through the Palatinate here.