Bespoke Cycling Tours and Holidays around the world. Join an organised group or do your own thing!
One of the fastest growing types of holiday in the travel industry, with more people wanting to enjoy the open roads and trails of the world and leave the car behind, cycling holidays open up endless opportunities to get off the beaten track and exercise at the same time!
Around Europe, it’s easy to take your bikes on the ferry or train and enjoy plenty of gorgeous tracks and trails through food and wine centres, along rivers, follow Mediterranean coastal paths or the canals of Belgium and The Netherlands, the options are endless. If you are a fan of the Tour de France then this is a must do tour for you!
Further afield there is hardly a part of the world where you can’t cycle now. There are group cycling holidays to suit all ages and abilities, flying your own bike out with you or hiring bikes locally. Around Asia this is a great way to meet local people and get close to fantastic historical sites and wildlife. Even in Africa, you can get in the saddle and take a cycling safari instead of the jeep – try Malawi for some amazing cycling holidays. There are self-guided or guided cycle tours and road or mountain bike tours … gentle meanders or challenging expeditions.
Give us a call to arrange your be’spoke’ holiday!
Here are just some of the fabulous cycling holidays available (contact us for dates and availability)
Cycling Morocco‘s South – 9 days from £1049 pp
Cycling in Spain Castles and Canyons – 8 days from £869 pp
Cuban Highlights Ride – 9 days from £1719
Petra and Wadi Rum, Jordan Cycling Holiday – 8 days from £1329 pp
Tanzania cycle safari, 15 days from £2,949 pp
Cycling back roads of Sri Lanka – 15 days from £1,769
Jebel Sahro Ride and Marrakech – 8 days from £1049 pp
Cycling in Rajasthan, India – 16 days from £1,999 pp
South Africa Cape and Winelands – 14 days from £2,319 pp
In September 2012, we arranged for a cycle group from Bath to ride the Danube from it’s source through several countries to Budapest. It was a bit of a logistical challenge as well as a long ride for them!