slow_bike_eng - Tuscany biking
Bike tourism is an enjoyable way to experience an active form of vacationing, is for all ages. Everyone has the possibility to get to know this fascinating way of traveling.
Enjoying the charming countryside, the tour starts from the city of Lucca, taking us to the lush neighbouring hills, from where we will admire the local villages with their typical farmhouses. We will stop in the delightful wine hamlet of Montecarlo and then proceed to the impressive Oak which inspired the story of Pinocchio! The […]
Departure from the hotel at 7 a.m. with 2 minibuses carrying people and bikes to MONTEROSSO (CINQUE TERRE). The bike tour will start on the coast road along the Cinque Terre National Park with stops in many fascinating spots overlooking the magnificent environment where you can take a photo or enjoy an excellent expresso. Stopovers: […]
A tour or the biggest and most picturesque island of the Tuscan Archipelago, impressive landscapes and beautiful beaches appearing unexpectedly among the lush vegetation. During this time of the year when the island is mainly inhabited only by the local population the roads are quiet. Elba island has its unique beauty given by the environmental […]
Bike excursion from Lucca to Pisa: We leave the city of Lucca by bike and riding alongside the Serchio river we reach the center of Pisa. It is an easy route, mainly on the plain, crossing the countryside. The course of the river winds through the enchanting valleys where nature manifests its richness. Cycling up […]
Departure from Lucca, in Piazza della Stazione (Piazza Ricasoli). We will start by enjoying the wonderful sight of the city of Lucca from the ancient walls enclosing it, just halfway around and then onto the cycleway reaching the Serchio River Park. On to the San Pietro Bridge in the town of Nave, through the Sant’Alessio […]
We leave Lucca by bicycle following dirt roads alongside the Serchio river through the land filled with vineyards and olive groves, through to Ponte a Moriano, the Ville Lucchesi (namely: Oliva Grabau, Reale and Torrigiani) and Camigliano (Le 4 Mura) reaching San Martino in Colle. This is where “Il Quercione” is located: said to have […]