Here at Saddle Skedaddle, we offer a fantastic choice of guided and self-guided cycling holidays in Europe for you to choose from.
We offer the option of guided cycling holidays in Europe as well as self-guided cycling holidays in Europe, meaning there’s something to suit all abilities and preferences. Discover some of the most beautiful countries in Europe such as Austria, the Azores, Croatia, France, Germany, Holland, Iceland, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Norway, Montenegro, Switzerland and Turkey. We also have trips to the Pyrenees and the Alps. Our cycling holidays in Europe are perfect for all types; adults, family cycling trips, group cycling and more.
Use the tabs below for your perfect guided or self-guided cycling holiday in Europe, request trip notes and book online today.
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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 ...
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. Th...
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...
Ever a popular choice, this French cycling holiday is well suited to those after a mellow pedal. Choose your dates between March and October and call us for availability.
A beautiful, self-guided cycling holiday in France; one of the most spectacular and fascinating parts of France, the Dordogne. Perhaps '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.
Breathe in the sweet smelling lavender as you cycling in the sublime scenery of Provence during this lovely paced French cycling holiday. Call with your preferred holiday dates.
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...
A lovely cycling holiday in Italy, alternating between gentle coastal roads, vast plains, steep climbs and thrilling descents. This is a challenging ride deep into the heart of Sardinia, requiring a reasonable level of fitness. With detailed route notes, maps, luggage transfers and your accommodation booked, you can set off at y...
In search of some winter sunshine? Then Sardinia is just the tonic! Let us have your preferred dates and we'll soon have you enjoying a pizza in the piazza!
Sardinia's south-west corner is a picture book of natural wealth. This cycling holiday in Italy will take you through expanses of vineyards and olive groves, oak wooded valleys with unique archaeological remains, high rugged cliffs dotted with Spanish watchtowers, splendid beaches and secluded coves with a background beauty of o...
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Check out this recent video that Visit Azores have published with the Top Ten Reasons for visiting the Azores. Of course cycling is in the mix, amongst lots of other amazing things to do there and you’ll even catch a … Continue reading
Last Updated: 03/03/2014
Start with….Coasting down the sweeping roads from Orroli to the Giara plateau, enjoying wide views on the green fertile plain ahead. Visit Su Nuraxi, Sardinia’s most important bronze age excavation and wander through its ancient narrow alleyways. The final three miles of … Continue reading
Last Updated: 26/02/2014
Congratulations to very regular Skedaddler Peter Farrell who send us in not one but three videos for our monthly competition and duly won the December prize. Peter and his son Anthony had a prolific year with us joining us in the Quantocks … Continue reading
Last Updated: 20/02/2014
Skedaddle’s Olly explains all about Garfagnana When you say to someone that you are going biking in Tuscany, you can see in their eyes the mental image that their brain is creating - sun-baked fields of golden corn wafting in the … Continue reading
Last Updated: 19/02/2014