Few would argue that France is the ‘spiritual home of cycling’, which is why we’re pleased to offer the option of self guided leisure cycling holidays here.
Discover the stunning French countryside and coastline as you enjoy some of the most beautifully unspoilt regions of France. Popular trips include the Loire, Provence and Brittany and on many holidays we also offer a Superior Accommdation option, for those looking to really splash out.
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This is a beautiful, self-guided cycling holiday in France - a country that is synonymous with idyllic cycling along quiet country lanes and backroads. You'll be riding through unspoilt, spacious countryside where cyclists are welcome and where the pleasures of the palate are daily rewarded. Brittany is famous for its rich cultu... .. Read More
This self-guided, circular cycling holiday in France starts and finishes in Tours and meanders through the Cher, Indre and Loire valleys taking in an array of the many castles, manor houses and dreamy residences including Azay-le-Rideau, Chenonceaux, Blois and Chambord. The Loire Valley is quintessential romantic France. The... .. Read More
This gentle, self-guided cycling holiday in France allows you to experience the delights of "Old France". During this leisurely cycling tour through Burgundy you will bike through two of the region's most picturesque and romantic waterways. The first part of your journey takes you through classic French rolling landscapes, s... .. Read More
A beautiful, self-guided cycling holiday in France; one of the most spectacular and fascinating parts of France, the Dordogne, which is the capital of prehistory' with many of the best examples of cave art and early settlement. Along the way you will discover great castles, fortified towns, and lovely villages. Your circular... .. Read More
This lovely self-guided cycling holiday in France combines the beautiful Provence landscapes with historical towns and cities and has a distinctly Roman feel to it. Your cycling takes you from the town of Orange through St Laurent, past the famous aqueduct, Pont de Gard to Frigolet and to Avignon. Plenty of time to savour w... .. Read More
This self-guided cycling holiday in France visits one of the country's most beautiful areas - Burgundy. France is a country that is synonymous with idyllic cycling holidays and where quiet country lanes and backroads lead you through unspoilt countryside where cyclists are welcome, and the pleasures of the palate are daily rewar... .. Read More
This is a mellow, laid-back cycling holiday in France. The Dordogne justifiably carries a reputation as one of Europe's most beautiful valleys. It's also one of the most spectacular and fascinating parts of France with many of the best examples of cave art and early settlement. You can also discover great castles, fortified town... .. Read More
Our lovely Gentle Loire cycling holiday in France is designed for those looking for an easy going route with beautiful scenery. You'll be riding on quiet back roads, seldom-used country trails and side roads on largely flat terrain. With daily cycling distances ranging between 13 and 24 miles, you have the whole day to take it s... .. Read More
Taking the title of largest country in the EU, France has plenty of space to enjoy a two-wheeled adventure! Alongside getting your fill of all those croissants (we’ll take a pain au chocolat, s’il vous plait!), here are our top 5 reasons to visit France, a country where you can…. 1. Cycle Europe’s answer to ...
Last Updated: 16/06/2016
Skedaddler Sheila McIntyre joined us in France last year and well and truly caught the cycling bug! Hoping to enjoy more awesome two-wheeled adventures she signed herself and hubby Samuel for another French cycling holiday, this time to check out the Superior Treasures of North Burgundy. Find out how she got on below: Well, how do ...
Last Updated: 24/05/2016
Pedal for an even greater cause this summer with these top five UNESCO-inspired holidays, where the culture is as enthralling as the cycling… Croatia – Southern Dalmatia: Discover medieval delights along this dazzling stretch of coastline. UNESCO highlights include the tiny walled town of Trogir, as well as magical Split and its extraordinary Palace of Diocletian. France ...
Last Updated: 16/05/2016
Want to discover France from two wheels but not so keen on the pro peloton pace and steep iconic climbs? Leisure cyclists needn’t be afraid! With several gentle-paced tours dotted around this country, we’ve got the low-down on our favourite riding regions… 1. The Atlantic Coast Swop the overcrowded beaches of the Med for wild, rugged ...
Last Updated: 01/03/2016
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