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Grand Traverse Explorer - South to North

Guided Road Bike Tour

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Italy

Grand Traverse Explorer - South to North

Guided Road Bike Tour

Grade

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Duration

22 days

Prices from

$5,345 P.P.
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Due to popular demand we have put together the ultimate 3 week road bike tour - Italian Grand Traverse riding from South to North - and what better way to end than the magical Venice - this stunning city, criss crossed with a dense network of canals and home to some of Italy's finest architecture is a great finale to our journey across Italy.
Starting in the 'heel of Italy', the most south-eastern point of Italy at St Maria di Leuca, we have planned our 'perfect' route up the length of Italy. We've fitted an incredible amount into the itinerary, and you should be able to go home at the end of the tour having seen the best that Italy has to offer!
Throughout the trip we will have the opportunity to visit and ride through 10 World Heritage sites recognized by UNESCO; the Sassi and the Park of the Rock Churches of Matera and the trulli of Alberobello, the castle of Frederick II of Swabia in Andria (Castel del Monte), the historical center of Pienza, Val d'Orcia, the historic center of Siena, Assisi and the Basilica of San Francesco, the Po delta and Venice and its lagoon.
With a combination of superb riding, incredible scenery, fantastic Italian food and wine and plenty of opportunity to experience La Dolce Vita, the good life. This Grand Traverse Italy tour could well be the perfect way for you to experience the best this fantastic country has to offer.
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Highlights

  • Riding up the backbone of Italy on a stunning route which takes in some of the best road cycling that Italy has to offer
  • Cycling through 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites and 5 National Parks
  • Visiting some of the most important historical and artistic cities in Italy: Lecce, Assisi, Siena, Venice
  • The camaraderie of your fellow cyclists who’ll be joining you on this incredible tour
  • Immersing yourself in Italian culture – meeting the friendly locals, experiencing delicious culinary specialties and tasting the wines of each region
  • Cycling from the most south-easterly point of the heel of Italy up to Venice, having ridden nearly 1,100 miles and climbed almost 22,000 metres!

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A bucket list trip of a lifetime! Thank you for making it a reality.

Nick, UK

Itinerary

Day 1
Arrival: Bari Airport
Non Riding Day

After arrival in Bari aiprort (BRI) we take the 3 hour transfer to Santa Maria di Leuca where there is time to assemble the bikes before dinner and to have a wander around to admire this interesting little town at the southernmost cape of the heel of Italy; a perfect spot to relax and gaze out onto the confluence of the Adriatic and Ionian seas before setting out on our journey the following day.

Day 2
Santa Maria di Leuca to Lecce
71 Miles / 115 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Ascent: 900 Metres Approx.

We start our journey by cycling north through Puglia, a region known as a gateway to the east as well as being enriched with different and varied ancient cultures; Roman, Turkish, Greek and Spanish citizens have left a unique mix in its landscape, architecture, language and culture, as well as in the kitchen!

We start our first days’ cycling by warming up our legs admiring the stunning chalk coastline leading up from Santa Maria di Leuca. Along the route we may well visit the enchanting town of Otranto. Its cathedral is the biggest in Puglia and has one the best mosaics in the world.

After passing Otranto we continue north along the coast accompanied by wide views of the Adriatic until reaching our family run masseria accommodation in the quiet countryside, a few kms outside Lecce. Due to its rich baroque architectural style, Lecce is known as the ‘Florence of the South‘. With the soft local stone easily worked with warm colours, many fine architectural decorations have been made to adorn this magnificent city.

Day 3
Lecce to Alberobello
75 Miles / 125 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch
  • Ascent: 950 Metres Approx.

From our masseria this morning we start riding on quiet rural roads lined by olive groves towards Brindisi. After navigating through this bustling city we continue first along the coast and then inland following traffic free cycle lanes through the beautiful Valle d‘Itria and towards the towns of Carovigno and Ostuni. Visible from a great distance, Ostuni dominates the landscape from the top of the hill. With its ‘white glow‘, Ostuni is considered to be one of the most beautiful places in Puglia. The whiteness of the houses of the old town is due to the lime, which for centuries has been used for painting the walls. Resting on 3 hills overlooking the Adriatic Sea, it is surrounded by age-old olive groves. The city’s main symbol is the obelisk of Sant‘Oronzo, located in Piazza della Libertà.

Our overnight destination and second highlight for the day is Alberobello; world renowned for the conical-roofed stone ‘trulli’ houses. Another UNESCO world heritage site, it offers narrow stone paved pedestrianised streets and rows of tiny trulli houses; some of which have been converted into small shops and restaurants, but many of which are still homes to local inhabitants.

Day 4
Alberobello to Altamura
65 Miles / 105 Kms Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Ascent: 950 Metres Approx.

From Alberobello we slowly work our way onto the main Puglian plateau, characterised by its low rolling hills and fields lined by the archetypal dry stone walls. After passing through Gioia del Colle we reach the amazing city of Matera. The city of stone, famous as the set of Mel Gibson’s 2004 movie ‘The Passion of the Christ’ and unique in its kind. Matera is home to the world famous,and UNESCO listed, ‘sassi’ houses – ancient cave houses and churches hewn from the local sandstone. A stroll through the ancient alleyways is a very worthwhile experience!

After visiting Matera we then head for Altamura, yet another marvellous medieval town and our destination for the day. Altamura is famous worldwide for its characteristic bread which we will definitely try; perfect carb-loading! In Altamura, fossil evidence of human presence was found dating back to 400,000 BC. In 500 BC the megalithic walls that gave the town its name, ‘High Walls‘, were erected. In 1232, Frederick II gave new impetus to the city by building a cathedral and repopulating the town with Arab, Greek and Jewish immigrants. In that period, the town took a new shape with the construction of ‘cloisters‘, small squares surrounded by alleys. It is this characteristic layout that makes the town such a fascinating place to explore.

Day 5
Altamura to Margherita di Savoia
60 Miles / 100 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch
  • Ascent: 600 Metres Approx.

Our ride today marks our departure from the heartland of Puglia, wedged in between the Adriatic and Ionian Sea. From Altamura we work our way over the limestone plateau of the ‘Murgia‘. Here we pedal through beautiful scenery amidst endless olive groves, interrupted only by the vineyards and field crops that cover this plain. Along the way, we cannot miss a visit to the Castle of Frederick II of Swabia in Andria, with its unique hexagonal shape.

Today’s accommodation is near the beach at Margherita di Savoia, home to the largest salt pans of Italy.

Day 6
Margherita di Savoia to Peschici
78 Miles / 130 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Ascent: 1,500 Metres Approx.

From Margherita di Savoia we cycle along the salt pans to Manfredonia, a fortified town at the southern border of the imposing limestone cliffs of the Gargano Peninsula. The lively town still retains its castle. From here today’s ride is a spectacular journey along the high rocky coast of the Gargano, a limestone promontory full of caves and caverns, but also cloaked by coastal forests of pine and oak trees, crops of almond, orange and olive trees.

Following the coast to Mattinata, we will be cycling towards Vieste, with extraordinary views of the sea. Here high limestone cliffs open into coves of fine sand, popular with beach-goers in the summer months. The interior is largely covered by the Umbra Forest, which wraps the cape with beech and pine trees, forming the heart of the Gargano National Park. In this lush vegetation, perhaps the richest in southern Italy, the towns have preserved their ancient structure, with winding streets and whitewashed houses. Our destination for today is Peschici.

Day 7
Peschici to Termoli
77 Miles / 125 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Ascent: 1,000 Metres Approx.

Shortly after leaving Peschici in the morning we descend from the limestone cliffs of the Gargano onto the low and sandy coast near Rodi Garganico, which soon makes way to the Varano and Lesina Lakes dominating this part of the coast.

After passing the lakes a last stretch through the rolling foothills of the mountainous Molise inland takes us to Termoli, an old walled city overlooking the Adriatic Sea. This is the perfect place for a wander through its little alleyways and contemplating life in southern Italy with an aperitif in hand before sitting down for a tasty dinner and a well deserved gelato.

Day 8
Termoli to Campobasso
59 Miles / 95 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch
  • Ascent: 1,800 Metres Approx.

From Termoli on the Molise coast today we cycle into the foothills of the Majella Mountains on our way to Campobasso. After climbing up the low rises running parallel to the coast we slowly make our way along valley bottoms and rising crests. Along our way we pass through several scattered villages dotting the hill tops. Campobasso, capital city of the Molise Region, has a long history going back to Roman and medieval times. Most of the city’s main monuments date from more recent times, including the 14th century Castello Monforte.

Day 9
Campobasso to Majella Park
70 Miles / 115 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch
  • Ascent: 2,400 Metres Approx.

From Campobasso we head into the Majella Mountains of this little known and thus largely unspoiled Molise Region. In order to get there we wind our way up through the deep Molise valleys into the green hills up through the small villages of Bagnoli del Trigno, Pietrabbondante and Castel di Sangro to Pescocostanzo. This is the country of fir trees, and the Abetina Rosello wilderness. On reaching the lower ranges of the Majella Mountains, the scenery changes dramatically to include some of the highest peaks of the Apennines, several jutting up to over 2,000m above sea level.

The Majella, known locally as ‘the Mother Mountain‘, is part of the Abruzzi Apennines, and is characterised by its high, imposing limestone peaks, which are deeply furrowed by yawning valleys, and culminates at Mount Amaro at 2,793m. With its extraordinarily wild nature and rich historical, archaeological and architectural features, it is a fundamental part of the world heritage of national parks. Here we pass through the main skiing area of Central Italy, characterised by several small sleepy villages. It is in this scenery that we reach our days’ accommodation, at Pescocostanzo.

Day 10
Majella Park to Santo Stefano
65 Miles / 105 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch
  • Ascent: 1,800 Metres Approx.

On our second day cycling through the Majella Mountains, we will enjoy more amazing scenery as we admire the incredible geographical position, harshness, dense woodlands, abundant rivers and weather-erosion, which make the Majella region, along with the Gran Sasso, Laga’s Mountains Park, Sirente Velino Regional Park, a rare ‘hot spot’ for national biodiversity conservation which is precious for the many endangered plant and animal species, including wolves and bears.

But it is also a park of ancient hermitages, abbeys, stone huts and some wonderful historic terraced centres perched on the side of steep mountains. Our route today takes us through the Roman ‘municipio’ of Sulmona, birthplace of the Roman poet Ovidius, which remained an important town throughout the Middle Ages.

At the end of the day we reach our accommodation at Santo Stefano di Sessanio, arguably one of the most panoramic villages of the area. Tonight we stay in a centuries old ‘Palazzo‘, where we can sample the local fare in its cosy restaurant.

Day 11
Santo Stefano to Cagnano Amiterno
50 Miles / 80 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch
  • Ascent: 1,400 Metres Approx.

Today we cycle through some of the most spectacular scenery of the Abruzzo region, all the while remaining inside the park of the Gran Sasso. From Santo Stefano di Sessanio we climb up to Campo Imperatore, the tall plateau – known as the ‘Little Tibet’ – situated underneath the imposing mass of the peaks of the Gran Sasso – literally meaning ‘Big Rock‘. Here horses and cattle freely roam the meadows, while on a good day, dozens of para-gliders dot the sky.

From Campo Imperatore we reach the highest point of our journey at over 1,700m, all the while being surrounded by amazing panoramic views on the surrounding mountains. A swift descent into the territory of the town of L‘Aquila takes us to the little villages of Arischia and Pizzoli from where we reach our destination at Cagnano Amiterno.

Day 12
Cagnano Amiterno to Monteleone di Spoleto
40 Miles / 60 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch
  • Ascent: 950 Metres Approx.

At last, a shorter day of cycling through the high Appenines of Central Italy takes us from the Abruzzo into the Umbria Region. Again this little known part of Italy presents us with beautiful scenery and wide panoramic views.

As we leave our comfortable agriturismo in Cagnano Amiterno, we continue with some gentle climbing passing small villages. We stop mid-way in Leonessa, a small medieval town, nestled on the idyllic Apennine plateau in a splendid position below the towering Terminillo range. Stopping for coffee in the main piazza, we can enjoy this vibrant town, once a thriving market place for local crafts, such as weaving.

Setting off along the plateau, one last climb will lead us to our destination, Monteleone di Spoleto. We should arrive in time for our lunch, allowing time to rest and visit this small hamlet, part of the important pilgramage route of San Francesco di Assisi.

Day 13
Monteleone di Spoleto to Assisi
65 Miles / 105 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Ascent: 1,000 Metres Approx.

Today is our last day of cycling in the central Italian Appenines and what a ride to say farewell. From Monteleone di Spoleto we climb a little further before we start a breathtaking descent into Valle Norcia passing little village hamlets and enjoying the views of the deep valley and limestone cliffs surrounding us. From Sant‘Anatolia di Narco, after a re-group and a coffee stop, we follow the valley bottom to the little town of Piedipaterno. From here we climb up one last time before descending into charming Spoleto, which we will spot from above, its castle dominating the hilltop on which the medieval part of the town is built.

We will have our lunch break here, allowing for a wander into the historical centre, as there is a lot to see in Spoleto, including the cathedral with its famous frescoes by the Florentine painter Filippo Lippi and the Roman domus and theatre.

From Spoleto we enjoy a quiet cycle path running through the wide plain parallel to the Clitunno River taking us to the walled medieval town of Bevagne and then to our accommodation at Assisi, the city of Saint Francis.

Day 14
Rest Day: Assisi
Non Riding Day
  • Meals: Breakfast

At last a chance to rest the legs and explore Assisi, or making the most of your rest day simply relaxing at the hotel, and reflecting on your journey so far.

Assisi is above all a splendid city of art. It would be unforgivable to miss a short visit to its historic centre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We also visit the world famous basilica (church) dedicated to the popular saint. Also just outside the walls, dominating the city, there is the magnificent castle Maggiore, rebuilt in 1367 on an earlier structure from 1174, of an ancient feudal castle.

Day 15
Assisi to Pienza
75 Miles / 120 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Ascent: 1.700 Metres Approx.

Today we cycle through Umbria, the green heart of Italy and an ideal destination for those who enjoy responsible tourism, as it owns an enviable mix of history, nature and art. From Assisi we cycle east through the rolling hills past little sleepy villages. After crossing the Tevere River we cross the plains to reach the edge of the Trasimeno Lake. This lake played an important part in ancient Roman history, as it was the place of one of the battles between the Punic general Hannibal and the Romans.

From Castiglione del Lago, perched on the south shore of the lake, we continue towards Montepulciano, signaling our arrival in fabulous Tuscany. After Montepulciano we continue to Pienza in the Val d‘Orcia, a UNESCO Heritage site, arguably one of the most beautiful little towns of southern Tuscany, and our destination for the day.

Day 16
Pienza to Siena
40 Miles / 65 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch
  • Ascent: 1,100 Metres Approx.

From Pienza this morning we head into one of the most scenic parts of Tuscany, cycling along the crests of the Crete Sienesi between San Giovanni d‘Asso, Asciano and Taverna d‘Arbia. This classical Tuscan landscape has been depicted in paintings by the Renaissance Master Leonardo da Vinci himself!

Do take your time to have a coffee or gelato in the old town of Asciano and don’t forget to stop often and drink in the sights along this rollercoaster road of marvellous views. After passing Taverna d‘Arbia we cycle into Siena well in time to freshen up and go for a walk in the famous Tuscan town admiring its many sights, first amongst which is the shell-shaped Piazza del Campo.

Day 17
Siena to Chianti Region
50 Miles / 80 Kms Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Ascent: 1,300 Metres Approx.

From Siena we head into another well known area of Tuscany, famous for its wines; the Chianti. On our way north, we cycle on the roads of the Eroica Gran Fondo, made famous by its many stretches of gravel roads – only optional for us! – the so-called Strade Bianche. Here we pass through the towns of Radda in Chianti, Gaiole in Chianti and Panzano in Chianti.

All along our route we are greeted by extensive vineyards of San Giovese grapes stretching out on the alluvial hills, dotted with old farm houses and small hill top villages and hamlets. Our aim for the day is a cosy agriturismo on the border between Tuscany and Emilia Romagna, along the Arno River Valley.

Day 18
Chianti region to Castrocaro Terme
68 Miles / 110 Kms Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch
  • Ascent: 1,400 Metres Approx.

A last big effort and mountain stage of this great Italy traverse as you cross for the final time the Apennines riding down into the Emilia Romagna region. Leaving Chianti behind we head into the Appennini Emiliani on a gradual climb through a valley which then picks up for the last 10km. A long and beautiful descent will take us into Castrocaro Terme, on the outskirts of Forli. Time permitting, we can enjoy the spa facilities of the town.

Day 19
Castrocaro Terme to Comacchio
62 Miles / 100 Kms Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Ascent: 200 Metres Approx.

With the last of the mountains behind us we make our way towards Ravenna and then back onto the Adriatic coast. The route alternates between coastal views, pine forests and the expanses of coastal resorts that line the Adriatic. We are entering the Parco Regionale del Po, a nature reserve area with wetlands and lagoons rich in birdlife and where local communities live off the fishing. Accommodation for tonight is in Comacchio, a small Venice, with canals and bridges. Famous for the ‘eels‘, we explore more local cuisine from yet another different region in Italy.

Day 20
Comacchio to Chioggia
71 Miles / 115 Km Approx.
  • Meals: Breakfast, lunch
  • Ascent: 250 Metres Approx.

For our last section of the Italian mainland we have chosen a route which meanders through the Parco Regionale Delta del Po, a wetland area rich in seabird life and a very different culture. In this area nature, history, fishing and agricultural tradition and art all intertwine. As we cycle along this last leg of Italy, we can appreciate how local Italians have had to adapt to their territory in such a way to make life sustainable. We will ride along embankments, fishing lagoons, past sand dunes and sandbars. The final section of the ride will lead us to Chioggia, right on the south part of Venetian lagoon. Coined as the ‘Little Venice‘, we ride along canals and little bridges right on the edge of the lagoon, pausing for celebration and photos on the Ponte Vecchio of Chioggia.

This is the perfect spot to relax, gaze out onto the Venetian lagoon, and contemplate the incredible diversity of scenery, architecture, food and peoples that we have experienced so far, before tackling our Grande Finale tomorrow.

Day 21
Chiogga to Venice
12 Miles / 20 Kms Approx
  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Ascent: 10 Metres Approx

Our final riding day and we will take a ferry from Chioggia, first to the island of Pellestrina and then Lido di Venezia after. These islands close off the Venetian lagoon like the allungated pearls of a necklace, offering wide views alternately the Adriatic Sea and the lagoon itself. From Lido di Venezia, famous as the location of the Venice Film Festival, your vaporetto will take you through the Canal Grande along the world famous Piazza San Marco. This is definitely the best way to enter Venice! On arriving at the Tronchetto terminal we will be met by the support van for the short transfer to the Piazzale Roma from where we reach our Venetian hotel.

Day 22
Departure: Venice Airport
Non Riding Day
  • Meals: Breakfast

Today we leave our hotel and take the short 30 minute journey to Venice airport (VCE). Here we say our reluctant goodbyes as we return you home.

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The Cycling

Terrain

Italy’s perfect mix of good weather, fantastic roads and cycle ‘savvy’ locals means that riding here is a real pleasure. As you travel through Italy, road conditions can be very different depending on the geology of the region and relative ‘wealth‘; regions further down the boot in the south being far less rich than the north. In these regions your cycling experience will focus more on riding through and visiting the unique towns with their architecture, some of which are UNESCO Heritage sites. In order to avoid the busy roads, we will take secondary roads through the countryside with varying quality of tarmac. For this version of the Italy Grand Traverse we have chosen routes that make the distances slightly shorter and easier options than the 17 day version that goes from north to south. Having said this, the daily distances normally average around 90/100km/55-62 miles per day and the average ascent is around 1,000m/3280ft daily, ranging from 1,800m/5900ft (with just one day on the central Apennines reaching 2,400m/7900ft) to 200m/650ft.

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Road Cycling Grade

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Grade 3 - 4: Moderate/ Challenging

Distances between 50-75 miles / 80-120km per day

For more regular riders who like to push themselves a little from time to time

Not extreme but certainly challenging on occasions with some good climbing opportunities

Our grading guidelines have been carefully created based on our many years of cycling experience, as well as customer feedback from our trips. Of course, if you're still struggling to figure out where you fit on the scale, do feel free to give us a quick call and we'll be more than happy to help!

For more information about our grading system click here.

Is this suitable for you?

You’re an enthusiast. Road cycling is probably your main hobby and you ride regularly at weekends, staying on the bike for much of the day. You’re in pretty good shape, and you might also participate in cylo-sportive events. You also love a challenge and are looking for a tour with some good climbing, preferably with an opportunity to tick off some famous Tour de France cols, or the like. You’re a competent descender, and you’re not afraid of speed, but you ride safely and within your limits at all times. You understand road etiquette and you’re comfortable riding in a bunch. You might even take a stint at the front of the pack if the need arises.

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Excellent tour leader, he was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic and the cycling throughout the holiday was excellent.

Steve and Jane, UK

Dates & Prices

Private Departures

Private Departures

Are you keen to only travel with your family or friends? Struggling to find the right date? Well, we can organise a private departure for this tour and tailor aspects to suit your group's specific needs. Contact our friendly team and we'll help you turn your dream into reality.

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Start Date
28/08/2021
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18/09/2021
Duration
22 days
Price
$5,345.00

Whats Included Tick

A) Accommodation (shared twin / double en-suite rooms)

B) Meals as per the itinerary (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)

C) Full support service including a Skedaddle support driver and Skedaddle riding guide

D) Unless stated, at least one leader qualified in First Aid

E) Support vehicle and luggage transfers

F) GPS device with pre-loaded daily routes

H) Airport transfer on scheduled arrival day from Bari airport (BRI)

G) Airport transfer on scheduled departure day to Venice Marco Polo airport (VCE)

What's not Included Cross

A) Bike hire (available if required)

B) Flights and charges for travelling with your bike (if applicable)

C) Meals not stated in the itinerary

D) Single room (available if required)

E) Travel insurance

F) Personal clothing and equipment

G) Personal expenditure (souvenirs, bar bills, hotel facilities etc)

H) Entrance fees to museums and other attractions en route

I) Airport transfers on days other than the scheduled arrival / departure days

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The Essentials

Travel Options

Group airport transfers are included in the cost of your holiday. To join the airport transfer on arrival, you’ll need to arrive into Bari airport (BRI) by 12:30 for a 13:00 transfer.

At the end of the tour, we will transfer the group to Venice aiport (VCE), with an estimated arrival time of 09:30 – please consider this when booking your return travel and allow enough time to check in for your chosen flight.

Please contact us for more detailed information on the specific flight schedules available for your holiday. Please check with us before booking any flights, to make sure we have reached the minimum number required to guarantee your holiday and to ensure your flights fit with our scheduled transfers. Please note – If you make travel arrangements that fall outside of the above time windows there may be an additional charge for individual transfers.

Accommodation

Accommodation (shared twin or double rooms) will usually be en-suite in 3 star hotels or agriturismo. Family run, personable, charming, comfortable and homely are boxes we tick when looking for places to stay. A million miles away from chain style hotels all with unique touches.

Swimming pools and ‘wellness’ centres are available at some of the accommodation, but cannot be guaranteed.

Bike Hire

If you have opted to hire then your bike will typically be a Giant Defy or Contend with Giant/Liv Avails (alu frames) for those preferring a women’s specific frame. They are great bikes with good quality components and generally come equipped with at least one bottle cage, a saddle bag and a small pump. We can also include a helmet which should be requested at time of booking. Please note that your bike will come with flat pedals as standard, so please do bring your own if you use clip-in pedals.

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