Europe is one of the most diverse and multicultural areas on earth and the best way to explore it is by taking one of our cycling tours. Within hours you can be in a completely different country, with its own distinct customs and cultures, local specialities and way of seeing the world. This spectacular diversity is backed by some of the most breathtaking landscapes and sites of natural wonder.
The flat Dutch province of Friesland, world-famous for its black and white Frisian cows, is marked by numerous rivers, canals and lakes. It is a land full of history, with picturesque villages and towns, impressive manors, winding waterways and scenic nature reserves which provide a home to more than 300 bird species!
When the Creator was putting finishing touches on Southern Europe, he created the island of Mallorca with all the leftovers of Mediterranean landscapes. This is what the Mallorquins say when explaining the attractive diversity of their homeland. Gently rolling inland hill, sandy beaches, impressive sea cliffs, subtropical woodlands and a massive limestone mountain range.
During this round-trip you will discover the biggest of the Dodecanese Islands: Rhodes. Experience by bike one of the most beloved islands of Greece from an unknown side. You will peddle through remote villages, will taste the local wines and olives and enjoy the mild Mediterranean climate.
Cycle through the magnificent glacial valleys of South Tyrol and Trentino and discover the traditional lifestyle in the quaint old towns along the way. From the high alpine Passo Resia at 1455m you descend all the way down to the sub-Mediterranean shores of Lake Garda. En route you will witness grand views of the Alps and Dolomites and pedal through premium vineyards and lush apple orchards.
Cycling through Holland down into Belgium on high-quality bike paths. Visit Amsterdam with its world-famous canals and flower markets. A rural route passing windmills, tulip fields and nature reserves and historic Dutch and Flemish towns: Gouda, Dordrecht, Willemstad, Vlissingen, Sluis, Damme and Bruges
Cycling around Lake Constance, one of the world’s most beautiful lakes, you explore the three countries that share it’s shores: Austria, Germany and Switzerland. Easy, scenic day rides on flat, car free and clearly signposted cycle paths make it the most popular cycle path in Europe.
Because Alsace is France's No. 1 bicycle region, with many expanded Véloroutes, the bicycle is the ideal means of transportation in this beautiful wine region.You start the holiday in Strasbourg, a beautiful city where there is much to see and experience. The first 20 km you bike along the Canal de la Bruche, after which you follow the Route d'Alsace, which offers plenty of opportunity for tasting the classic Alsatian wines.