Cycling Tours in Autumn

Do you think the cycling season is coming to an end after the hot summer months? Then think again! Because pleasant temperatures, the wonderful colours of nature and last but not least culinary delights make autumn one of the most beautiful times to take the perfect cycling holiday. So, you can extend the cycling season with ease!

Foodie cycle tours in autumn

In these regions, autumn is particularly good for cycling from a culinary point of view

There are many reasons why you should choose autumn as the season for your bike ride. Indulgence is one of them. Firstly, because cycling is particularly lovely in the pleasantly mild autumn temperatures, and secondly because autumn is also the time of the vintage. Food and wine lovers can look forward to included wine tastings on many of our tours. That makes every connoisseur’s heart beat faster.

2020
View in the Piedmont
View in the Piedmont
View in the Piedmont
Tour character
Challenging
(16)
Italy

Gourmet Piedmont

8 Days | Self-guided tour
Be prepared to over-indulge on the bike tour to Piedmont. The team from Eurobike takes you to the place where quality is paramount and greatly enjoyed. Fragrant, white Alba truffles, sparkling Asti Spumante or seductive chocolate from Ferrero – oh foodies, what more could you want? Details of the cycle tour to Piedmont for connoisseurs Eight days, and eight chances to be seduced by the delicacies – that’s what you get on a cycle tour to the north of Italy. Gourmets will indulge in heavenly pleasures and sample all the delicacies Piedmont has to offer. From Turin via Cerreto d’Asti, Canelli via Alba to Montafia, you will cycle through lively, historic cities and experience a varied programme. In the ‘cittá’ there are modern four-star hotels with a chic atmosphere. The complete opposite awaits you in the villages of Piedmont where you will live in comfortable and quaint ‘Agritourismi’ (farm houses) with authentic country cuisine and Italian charm. That will complete your cycling adventure in northern Italy. Highlights of the cycle tour to Piedmont at a glance Asti – a city full of culture: the city is not only famous for its sparkling wine of the same name, but also for the competition ‘Palio’. A horse race, where competitors fight to become the year’s champion. A class of wine in Barbareco: you will cycle through the most famous wine town in Italy. The home of Barolo. Treat yourself to a glass of wine and watch as the Italians hurry by from the comfort of your chair.   Useful information about the cycle tour to Piedmont for connoisseurs Over eight days you will cycle through Piedmont - home to truffles, wine and chocolate. Most of the time you will cycle on low-traffic side roads. On the shorter stages in days three and four, there is plenty time to enjoy leisurely pauses. The route is ideal for the ambitious holiday cyclist. Overall the route is quite hilly with short, but steep passages. Each day features between 35 and 50 kilometres. So you earn a little treat in the evening! Do you love everything that smells, tastes delicious and causes goosebumps on the skin? Then the bike trip to Piedmont is just for you! Book your culinary trip with the Eurobike team right away. Get all information and many more tour tips for our cycle tours in the Piedmont.
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2020
Cyclists at the lighthouse of Colònia de Sant Jordi
Tour character
Challenging
(13)
Spain

Majorca - Bull's Eye

8 Days | Self-guided tour
Steep rocks, shimmering salt lakes, dreamy bays and ultimate peace and quiet. It’s perhaps not the first thing you’d think about when you think of the Balearic island of Mallorca! But you will after this trip! Eurobike shows you another side of Mallorca and takes you to the quiet heart of the island. In eight days you cycle through typical Mallorcan climes. Olive groves, orange trees and sleepy little villages left and right, day after day. At the end of your trip you’ll say only one thing: “Mallorca, mi corazón”! Details of the cycle tour in Mallorca You and your bike will be inseparable for eight days. On the first stage you will visit a famous natural spectacle on the island: the dragon caves in Porto Cristo. Continue along the coast through picturesque villages and enchanting bays. Tip: make a stopover in Cala Santanyi. Just take off your shoes and dip your toes into the saltwater. Via the sleepy village of Son Carrio you head to Manacor. From there you continue through rural areas and fragrant olive groves until you are back in Playa de Palma. Highlights of the cycle tour at a glance: Manacor, the home of the pearl: The city of 30,000 inhabitants is the second largest after Palma, and is famous for Mallorcan pearls – which are factory made. Campanet caves: Over 3,200 square metres, the spectacular stalactite caves unfold in the mountain of Sant Miquel in the Serra de Tramuntana. Definitely worth a visit! Stop at the Binissalem vineyard: Are you a wine lover? Then Eurobike has the ultimate tip for you: The most famous wines of Mallorca are made in the tranquil village of Binissalem. See for yourself!  Useful information about the cycle tour in Mallorca: Your holiday begins as you step off the plane in Palma. For the next eight days you will cycle along gently undulating paths, secondary roads and commercial roads, which are kept as quiet as possible. The plan includes distances of between 35 and 65 kilometres daily. You will earn a glass of wine and plate of paella for sure! The all round trip promises unforgettable scenery and is perfect for the experienced holiday cyclist. Get all information and many more tour tips for our cycle tours in Majorca.
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2020
Cyclists in front of cypresses
Tour character
Athletic
(41)
Italy

Tuscany roundtrip

8 Days | Self-guided tour
Olive groves, cypress trees, beautiful landscapes and vineyards as far as the eye can see. Where are we talking about? Of course Tuscany. Because so much is clear, it’s just not possible for a place to have more culture, coupled with enchanting landscapes! Promise! The tour through Tuscany makes any Italy-lover’s heart beat faster. Small towns, local stories, Tuscan architecture, renowned artists and breathtaking natural scenery make this cycle tour past the picturesque hills an unforgettable holiday. Details about the round trip Tuscany at a glance Enjoyment is at the forefront of this Italian cycle tour. Be it the sight of the dreamlike landscapes, or trying out local specialties. On the bike saddle you will experience pure Italian life. Do you dream of narrow streets, a good glass of wine and authentic Italian cuisine? In Florence, Pisa and Siena your dream becomes a reality. The tour also leaves plenty of time to explore the historic towns of northern Italy and become captivated by the Italian culture. Highlights of the cycle tour through Tuscany Leonardo da Vinci: With every pedal, you come closer to the home of Leonardo da Vinci. Once in Vinci, a visit to the museum in the castle is recommended. What to expect? Original collections and models by the artist. ‘Piazza dei Miracoli’: A special highlight of this cycle tour is the stopover in Pisa. Who hasn’t heard of the famous leaning tower? In addition to this special attraction, the city has many more beauties in store! Wine area of Castellina: wine-lovers take note! The penultimate stage leads through the wine village of Castellina, where the world-famous Chianti Classico is grown. This charming wine village is also known as the ‘capital of the Chianti region’ because of its famous vines and olives. Useful information about the Italian tour Over eight days you will cycle through the hilly landscape of Italy. Sport-lovers take note! If you love more demanding tours and are in good condition, then the Tuscany tour is perfect for you. A hilly landscape and several uphill sections await you. Get all information and many more tour tips for our cycle tours in Tuscany.
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Autumn trips to the south

Bicycle in front of the natural beach Es Trenc

Here you can enjoy summer temperatures until late autumn

For those of you who yearn for summer temperatures again in the autumn, Eurobike has an ace up its sleeve: while in Austria’s latitudes the rainy hours are already piling up, the active season in the south is only just beginning. Another advantage: the sights and cities are not overrun with large tourist crowds in the off-season. Nothing stands in the way of a relaxed cycling holiday with mild temperatures.

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