What do you think about pedaling through the picturesque landscapes, quaint villages of Provence and fall in love with romantic Tuscany?

Look at this active cycling adventure….

We will enjoy two of  the best of European cycling destinations during this 15 day adventure:  Provence and Tuscany.
Imagin:vineyards, beneath towering aqueducts and forests. An idyllic blend of scenic trail riding, historical sights and wine tasting.  The serene gardens of St Remy to see where Vincent van Gogh created his famous works.

This is Provence.

You will savour regional red wines and walk the cobbled streets of Les Baux and marvel at the stunning views from atop its limestone cliffs.
And what about Tuscany?

The picturesque hills and olive groves  from Florence to Pisa.

You will be rewarded after a day of pedaling through quaint villages with a delicious slow-cooked Tuscan dinner in Barga. Visit one of the oldest bakeries in Italy for a taste of their delicious biscotti. Wander the ramparts of the imposing Verrucole Castle in Garfagnana.

Bici, Bicicletta, Velocipide, Spiaggia

  • Start: Avignon, France
  • Finish:Pisa, Italy
  • Countries: France, Italy
  • Theme: Cycling



from Euro  3,110

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Why we love this trip


Cycle through the same landscapes that inspired some of Vincent van Gogh’s greatest masterpieces

Encounter rich Roman history and architecture in the historic towns of Arles and Orange

Stop in at famous vineyards outside Avignon and savour iconic French wines

Pass by fragrant fields of lavender en route to the spectacular three-tiered city of Pont du Gard

Search for wild white horses outside Camargue as you cycle to the Mediterranean Sea

Pedal through the rolling green hills, vineyards and olive groves of Tuscany on this classic journey from Florence to Pisa

From Lucca’s tree-lined city walls, follow the gentle Serchio River to the world-famous Leaning Tower of Pisa

Cielo, Pisa, Torre, Torre Di Pisa

Retrace the steps of Leonardo da Vinci around his home city, Vinci

Sample the local Tuscan delicacies and a glass (or two!) of vino after a rewarding day in the saddle

Sit and watch the world go by with a cappuccino at Piazza dell’Anfiteatro

Get away from tourist crowds and experience the ‘real Italy’ in Garfagnana

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