Italy Bicycle Tours
Bicycling Vacations in Italy
With five decades of experience organizing cycling tours in Italy, we've learned that the best way to discover its magic is by bike. Italy's culture and history, food and drink, art cities and rural landscapes and most importantly its people come to life before you when you slow down to experience it all from a bicycle.
On our Italy bike tours you'll discover everything that makes it extraordinary as you travel through marvelous rural landscapes: Emilia-Romagna, Tuscany and Umbria, North Italy and the Dolomites, Puglia, Sicily and more - you'll have the best of Italy at your fingertips. End every day with a delicious meal of local food and you'll understand why Italy is such a popular bicycling destination.
Please browse through our line up tours below: You pick the itinerary, guided or self-guided preference, and the dates - we'll do the rest!
Still thinking of booking an Italy bike tour in 2023?
We have limited availability in May, and can only consider new reservations on confirmed existing departure dates – click on the tour webpage of your interest below to see specific available dates. We also recommend considering July and August departures to ensure availability!
If your are considering a September tour departure, we recommend booking soon, as availability is running low!
Looking for a confirmed group guided tour?
Spots are still available on the following departures:
Sept. 9 Pedaling Lake Garda and Veneto Guided Tour
Sept 30 Bike Across Tuscany Guided Tour
- bike availability is limited, please inquire soon!
Where to start?
Browse through our tours line up below, and don't forget to check our Discounts and Promotions page..
Get in touch with us when you are ready to get the ball rolling!
Additional useful information:
• How do our bike tours work? Check out our FAQs page!
• What's the difference between a Guided and Self-Guided Tour?
• What about our Casual vs Classic self-guided tour styles?
• Lastly, we offer various tools for navigation - this page details what it's like to navigate on our self-guided tours.