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Green, lush meadows, flowering rice fields, fragrant hazelnut shrubs…and you’ll be smack bang in the middle of all this with your bike. Only you! Do you like this idea? Piedmont is still a real insider tip among us cyclists! Therefore…pssst! Don’t tell everyone! Enjoy the tranquillity of nature, the fantastic cuisine, art and culture and in a glass of the best wine in the evening! We are sure you will fast become a fan of Piedmont!

The most beautiful cycle tours in Piedmont

Piedmont tour

The special hotels, the unique landscape and the beautiful towns make the Piedmont loop tour one of the most beautiful Eurobike original tours! Be enchanted by the unspoiled nature of this area.

Turin – San Remo

From the pulsating capital of Piedmont Turin you travel to the Ligurian flower city San Remo. Enjoy the change from alpine mountain charm to Mediterranean flair and let yourself be enchanted by the Italian charm.

Piedmont centre based tour

The historic Villa Matilde is your host on this tour! Feel as though you have been transported back to another century and enjoy the absolute tranquillity that surrounds this house! Well-chosen cycle tours will provide perfect holiday memories!

Piedmont cycle tour for Gourmets

For those who like something a little more rustic, Piedmont is the perfect place for a gourmet bike ride! Stay partly in sophisticated city hotels and partly in authentic ‘agriturismi’. Be spoiled by the hosts and discover the tastes of rural Piedmont!

Questions & Answers about your cycling holiday in Piedmont

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We offer these individual cycling tours with luggage transport in Piedmont:

Our cycling tours in Piedmont are classified as medium and challenging tours. Therefore, we recommend these tours to experienced and passionate cyclists with good basic fitness. But despite these levels of difficulty, enjoyment and relaxation are never neglected.

Piedmont is known for one of the most expensive foods in the world, the white truffle. That's why dishes like truffle pasta or truffle risotto are highly recommended. Especially because the risotto rice itself is grown in this region, as are numerous delicious types of wine.

The ideal time for our cycling holidays in Piedmont is from April to the beginning of October. At this time the temperatures are a pleasant 20 - 25 degrees, perfect for cycling.

Travel stories about cycle tours in Piedmont

Useful information about your cycling holiday in Piedmont

Cycle paths in Piedmont

The cycle path network in Piedmont is a colourful mix of official paths, very little used rural roads and farm roads. But since Piedmont is still considered an insiders tip and is not yet overrun by crowds of tourists, the traffic is limited. As always we have found the most beautiful, comfortable and safest paths for our tour routes, so that your cycling holiday is always enjoyable!

The weather in Piedmont

The climate in Piedmont is mild. In winter you could expect minus degrees and a lot of rain. Even the summers are a bit milder than southern Italy. This also makes the summer months great for cycling, so the season runs from spring to autumn!

Piedmont cuisine

Piedmontese cuisine is the cradle of the Slow Food movement! What does that mean? Slow Food movement? The Piedmontese attach a great importance to good food…to really good food. The meals are celebrated, you take your time both in preparation, and also for consumption. Piedmont is home to a variety of high quality products. Including one of the world’s most expensive foods – the white truffle. But this area isn’t only famous for the truffle! It’s also known for risotto rice, delicious hazelnuts, beef, a wide selection of cheese and not least outstanding wine. These products deserve to be given a lot of time, love, attention and appreciation. So, is it any wonder that in Piedmont, in the beautiful town of Bra, the first University in the world was founded where students devote themselves to good taste?

Did you know…

  • …that the oldest Palio in Italy (horse race) is not located in Siena, but in Asti?
  • …that Turin is the fourth largest city and former capital of Italy?
  • …that the name Piedmont translates as “foot of the mountains” and thus refers to the geographical location of the region?

  • …that Piedmont is one of the richest regions in Italy due to its thriving economy?
  • …that in Piedmont apart from Italian and Piedmontese also Occitan, Franco-Provencal and Walser German are spoken?
  • …that Piedmont is Europe’s largest European rice-growing region?

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Vanessa Bräumann

I am looking forward answering your questions about our cycle tours in Piedmont!

Vanessa Bräumann
Team Leader of Eurobike Travel Specialists
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