A feast for the palate and the senses. Outstanding restaurants, some Michelin-starred, achingly-good wine. Hugely colourful villages bedecked with flowers. Important to WWI and WW2. This is a unique part of France, perfect for cycling with paths running through the vineyards and beside the river Rhine.
Great for families with super-safe cycling. A wine and food lovers' paradise. On a bike you have it all to yourself: lush countryside, historic towns, and famous vineyards. Forget theregion’s10 Grand Cru wines – here even the chickens are appellation controlée!
Surrounded by vineyards, this elegant and charming 4* lady’s château is intimate, personal and wonderfully relaxing. Perfect for a treat at the end of your cycling holiday in the Dordogne or as a stand-alone short break.
Treat yourself to absolute indulgence at our gorgeous 15th century turreted and towered 4* château with heated outdoor pool and Michelin-starred chef. Perfect for a special treat before heading home or as a stand-alone short cycling break.
Our stunning 18th century 5* château in Provence with Michelin-starred chef, splendid gardens, spa and heated pool is the ultimate luxury cycling break. Add to the end of your cycling holiday or enjoy as a stand-alone shortbreak.
A magical region famous for its marvellous châteaux, magnificent rivers, delicious wines – and now the glorious Loire à Vélo cycle path. Our Gentle Tourer cycling holiday in the Loire is not to be missed. Pedal every other day to the next sumptuous hotel and restaurant, explore and relax in between on this Loire cycling holiday.
Honfleur to Bayeux, a gastronomic, luxury 4 night cycling holiday along theNormandycoast. On this tour enjoy cider tastings each day, historic seaside towns, the old port of Honfleur. Visit Ranville, the first village liberated in France, Pegasus Bridge, the strategic point for the gliders’ landings, a tour of the beaches including Juno Beach and the port of Arromanches.
Caen to Bayeux via Arromanches, three-night cycle tour. This short break gives an insight into the events of summer 1944. Cyclethe beaches, see the memorials and the towns and cities of Normandy. Highlights include William the Conqueror’s castle, Juno Beach, the Mulberry harbour at Arromanches, the German battery at Longues sur Mer and the American Cemetery at Omaha. The tour ends in Bayeux with its famous tapestry and the Commonwealth War Museum.