Discover the enchanting Loire Valley
Dotted with majestic châteaux as individual as they are grand, the Loire Valley feels so beautifully out of step with the rest of the world it’s...Read more
RECEIVE A CASE OF SIX WINES WHEN YOU BOOK A TUSCAN E-BIKE TOUR*
Depart in September or October and receive a case of six regional Tuscan wines (four red, two white) delivered straight to your door before departure.
Bursting with Mediterranean flavour, Italy is a food-lover’s mecca. And of course thewine and prosecco on offer is another joy in itself. Expect dramatic scenery in the SudTirol with the mighty Dolomites towering high, picture-perfect views and historical villages in Tuscany, and sun-kissed meadows and full-bodied local wines in Umbria.
Take in the grand views of Italy's stunning valleys and quaint hill-top villages on our Tuscan cycling tours, or take in the tranquillity of Lake Garda's Mediterraneanesque shores where blissful dips in the emerald water and fantastic al fresco dining await you.
*Terms and Conditions: UK addresses only. Subject to availability. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Cannot be applied to bookings already made. Valid for bookings made between the 1st August 2017 and the 30th September for 2017 departures.
A fully guided e-bike adventure across a classic Tuscan landscape into the winelands. Starting high in the Tuscan hills, in the pretty town of Cortona, this tour takes you deep into the most enticing Chianti wine territory - with plenty of opportunities to sample the goods, alongside wondrous Italian fayre.
This is Italy but with a distinctly Austrian feel, as you find yourself in the domineering mountain terrain of the Südtirol.
Pedal your way gently along quiet side roads and tracks and feast on wondrous Italian fayre and delicious Italian wines on your Tuscan cycling holiday.
Whether it's your first cycling tour, or you’re a seasoned Softie, packing the essentials can make a huge difference to how much you get out of ...Read more
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