Valtellina is a top choice for those who want to live unique outdoor experiences and in particular for cycling enthusiasts.
Ferrara is also known as the city of Renaissance (due to the Estensi dynasty), the city of silence (according to Gabriele D’Annunzio), the city of metaphysics (as you can see in the paintings of De Chirico and Carrà). But it's even called “city of bicycles”, in fact it boasts, the title of the most bike-friendly town in Italy.
The Ponale trail, in Trentino region, is a must try for any skilled biker. This bikeway offers spectacular views on Lake Garda (that is even known as Lake of Benaco) and is recommended both to mountain bikers and hikers.
The Monasteries of Alta Ciociaria are a destination that is perhaps not very well-known but which must be discovered. Here, culture, history and nature come together in an exciting journey of about seventy kilometers to live riding a Superlight bike.
The itinerary we suggest allows you to discover the mysteries of the ancient Etruscan civilization, crossing streets carved into the tuff that connect, like in a magic triangle, the hamlets of Sovana, Sorano and Pitigliano, in the greenery of Maremma.
The tour takes place in Alta Badia, a tourist area in South Tyrol that attracts travelers from all over the world, both in summer and in winter.
With this post, dedicated to a 5-day tour on the Prosecco Road, we inaugurate the partnership of Luxury Bike Hotels with Italy Cycling Tour
An easy trail that leads to the lands where a precious nectar is born: the Barolo wine. In fact, here you cycle through roads surrounded by vineyards, a peculiar are of Piedmont called Langhe.
Easy excursion on mountain bike, suitable for everyone, in the Chianti area, between valleys and fortified hamlets. A chance to discover a magnificent area of Tuscany: from the soft hills full of vines to the oak woods between Florence and Siena.