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Gulf of Naples bike & boat



It is not just a matter of watching and observing, but a truly active journey intended to combine sailing and relaxing with cycling along the narrow streets of Capri, Pompeii, Procida and Ischia Islands, ending your tour in a spectacular Sorrento.

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Florence - Rome bike tour



You will cycle on a slightly hilly route during the whole tour; in between there are longer flat sections. You will find yourself almost exclusively on field and farm tracks and quiet side streets.

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Venecia-Mantua bike & boat



Discover the Po valley from Venice to Mantua , bicycling and sleeping boat along the river bank . discovering the city of Chioggia , passing the ancient Greek port of Adria , to reach Ferrara , enjoying our floating hotel in Zelo , quiet in the Bianco Canal, where you can discover the ancient fortress and the floating mill Ostiglia , village ending in Mantua

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Lake Garda bike tour



Formed as a stunning result of the last glaciation, the enchanting attractiveness of Lake Garda has enraptured all its visitors even begin- ning in 1786 with Wolfgang Goethe, its first illustrious tourist and promoter.

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Piedmont bike tour



Occupying a large area that borders on France and Switzerland, Piedmont is the ancient dominion of the Savoys, the ill-fated royal family who ruled Italy from the Unification in 1870 until abdication in 1946.

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Sicily bike tour



A tour in the south-eastern area of Sicily, the largest island in the Mediterranean. You will cycle through the Val di Noto, since 2003 a UNESCO World Heritage site, and discover the most fascinating cities of the region.

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Venice land guided bike tour



A tour among European classics, perfect to start discovering Italy by bike. Laid between the Alps and the Adriatic sea, the itinerary is completely flat and develops itself on cycle paths or level roads with low traffic volume.

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Venice land bike tour



A tour among European classics, perfect to start discovering Italy by bike. Laid between the Alps and the Adriatic sea, the itinerary is completely flat and develops itself on cycle paths or level roads with low traffic volume.

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Bolzano-Venice guided bike tour



This tour will offer you the chance to visit the mountains around Bolzano, the beauty of lake Garda, cities full of culture and history like Verona, Vicenza and Padova and, last but not least, the fascinating Venice.

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Umbria by bike



In the magical landscape and the gently rolling hills of Umbria you will find many convents, monasteries, abbeys and churches. You can feel the authenticity of this region when you wander through the streets of the medieval hamlets and villages left untouched.

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Venice - Florence bike tour



This tour starts and ends in two of the best-known cities of Italy. Between the cities you will cycle through almost undiscovered and therefore even more attractive landscapes. Kiwis, peaces, melons, grapes, and sunflowers accompany the cyclists on their way.

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Tuscany bike tour



Bicycling from the leaning tower of Pisa to Ponte Vecchio crossing the lands of Leonardo, Puccini, Pinocchio and several other artists, sculptors, composers, inventors and painters who got their inspiration by the beauty of the Tuscan landscape

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Apulia bike tour



As you look at the map of Italy, with its resemblance to a boot, the south-eastern extreme, known as Apulia (Puglia in Italian) takes form the heel. This peninsular, closed in by the Adriatic and Ionic seas, is a region abundant in vineyards, olive groves, and extensive wheat fields, as well as offering beautiful countryside

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Via Claudia Bike Tour



Today, Via Claudia Augusta allows cyclists to experience a unique and impressive crossing of the Alps to see the most beautiful sides of the ancient Roman domain. The variety of different landscapes along the Via Claudia Augusta and also the many options that it offers make this bike tour a unique adventure that you must experience for yourself!

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