Discover the unspoiled beauty of the Venetian countryside as you cycle through picturesque towns
Explore the stunning architecture of Vicenza, known as the “Venice of the Terra Firma”
Take a break from cycling and explore nearby cities such as Venice, Verona, and Padua
Experience the warmth and hospitality of the Venetian people as you cycle through small villages
Upon arrival, settle into your welcoming agriturismo in Montegalda. Get acquainted with the gorgeous accommodation and your bikes and discuss the various cycling options available to you with our expert staff before enjoying a delicious dinner.
You’ll cycle along quiet country lanes through the picturesque Paduan plain to the charming village of Bastia, famous for its lively market. Take your time strolling through the stalls before continuing on to the tiny village of Lovolo for a well-deserved lunch. In the afternoon, wind your way through the delightful hamlet of Monticello on your return journey to Montegalda.
25km and mainly flat
Get ready for a peaceful ride along serene valley lanes to Lake Fimon, a hidden treasure surrounded by shady forests. Enjoy a picnic by the water’s edge or savor the flavors of the trattorie for lunch. Take a leisurely 5km circular cycle around the lake before heading back, immersing yourself in the picturesque valleys and undulating hills. Return to your agriturismo, feeling relaxed and rejuvenated.
38km and mainly flat
Today’s cycling adventure takes you on a journey through charming villages and picturesque vineyards. Your first stop is the beautiful village of Costozza, where you’ll find impressive villas and formal gardens, and a locally renowned gelateria. Next, you’ll cycle south to Lumignano, famous for its annual pea festival. Following the Northern Strada, you’ll pass by immaculately tended vineyards against the rolling hills of Berici. Stop for wine tasting in Castegnero or Nanto, known for its striking Venetian bell tower. Afterward, pedal east and take a refreshing swim before dinner.
Today’s adventure takes you on a cycling path to the UNESCO-recognized city of Vicenza, known as the “Venice of the Terra Firma” due to its remarkable architecture, including buildings designed by the famous architect Palladio. Spend the day exploring the city’s wonders, from the Basilica Palladiana in the main square to the Teatro Olimpico. On the way back, make sure to stop by the famous Villa Rotonda and its surrounding gardens, before returning to your agriturismo. Those who prefer not to cycle can catch the bus instead.
34km and mainly flat
Take a break from cycling today and visit one of the great Italian cities. You can choose to explore Venice, Verona, or Padua, all accessible by train from Vicenza with a short bus or cycle ride. Alternatively, if you prefer a quieter day, take the bus to Bassano, where you can visit the museum dedicated to the region’s famous grappa.
After breakfast, hop on your bike and head towards Villa Pigafetta-Camerini, a beautiful villa that has been inhabited by the Camerini family since 1700. From there, you’ll cycle to Mossano, taking in the stunning panorama of the Venetian plain. The wine road winds through the vineyards, offering beautiful vistas on all sides as you ride between the towering Berici Hills and the Paduan plain. Make your way towards the idyllic Franciscan monastery of San Pancrazio before a lovely descent to Ponte di Mossano. From there, you’ll cycle along quiet country lanes, passing through charming villages and beautiful countryside before arriving back at l’Albara in time for dinner.
On your final day, take a moment to reflect on the incredible journey you’ve had through the stunning region of Veneto. It’s time to head back home, but the experiences and moments from this trip will stay with you forever.
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Tour design and organization
Booklet with detailed itinerary and route instructions
Service and support during your tour
GPS navigation with an easy-to-use app
Accommodation as per itinerary
This 8-day cycling adventure through the picturesque region of Veneto, Italy is one not to miss out on!
The tour offers a perfect combination of gentle cycling routes and cultural exploration, taking you through charming villages, lush valleys, rolling hills, and beautiful lakes. The cycling routes are designed to cater to all levels of cycling experience, from novice to advanced riders. Along the way, you’ll discover the hidden gems of this region and indulge in delicious Italian cuisine and wines.
You’ll stay in a delightful agriturismo, a spacious Villa with a swimming pool for seven nights, where you will be welcomed with warm hospitality.
Each day, you will set off on a new adventure, exploring the stunning countryside on two wheels, and taking in the breathtaking scenery.
One of the highlights of this trip is the visit to Vicenza, a UNESCO-recognized city known as the “Venice of Terra Firma.” Here, you’ll have the opportunity to explore the marvelous architecture designed by Palladio, including the Basilica Palladiana and the Teatro Olimpico. You’ll also visit the famous Villa Rotonda and its beautiful gardens.
This tour is designed to offer the perfect blend of relaxation, adventure, and cultural exploration. The tour is family-friendly and can be adjusted with variable length and difficulty of the itinerary depending on your inquiry.
Our priority is to find the ideal accommodation that suits your needs. We collaborate with several lodging providers that meet our criteria, but please note that availability can be limited, particularly during peak seasons. Furthermore, we can tailor your holiday to align with your preferences and budget, and are committed to finding a more suitable alternative that matches your taste.
To ensure availability, we advise booking your tour as early as possible. Our tours typically pass through highly popular tourist destinations where lodging options are restricted. Many of these desirable locations become fully booked for the summer season well in advance, often filling up by spring.
The availability of food options in Italy depends on the extent of your dietary restrictions. While it is relatively easy to find vegetarian dishes, locating vegan meals can be challenging, particularly in smaller towns and rural areas. Additionally, the traditional lunch stops we make may have limited ability to accommodate special requests beyond their standard menu. We recommend considering this when planning your meals.
Our tours in Italy can accommodate various types of bikes, including road, gravel, and mountain bikes. We maintain constant communication with you to ensure the optimal conditions for your cycling holidays in Italy.
A versatile option for cycling in Italy is the gravel bike, even if you plan to embark on a road cycling holiday. It does not significantly affect road performance and allows you to explore scenic backroads that may be slightly rougher than the main routes. Furthermore, gravel bikes typically offer greater comfort and more control.
Italy is a diverse country with something for every cyclist. Regardless of your choice of bike, we will customize the perfect route for your cycling holiday.
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