Friday, 17 February 2017

Top Four Walking and Cycling Holidays

BAVARIA'S Allgäuer Alps, Germany, ideal for remote, off-the-beaten-track adventure.

Few cyclists have discovered this unspoilt region, through the scenic Vils Valley, traffic-free lanes carved through towering Alpine mountain ranges, whilst exploring the traditional music, food, language, architecture and customs of the region.

Cycling in the Algarve, Portugal, ideal for year-round cycling in the sunshine.

This tour links Vila Real de Santo António on the Spanish border with Cabo de São Vicente (Sagres) in the west. The diverse route passes beautiful beaches, charming fishing villages and stunning nature-protected terrain.

SUDTIROL, Lake Garda & Valpolicella, Italy, through deep valleys and apple orchards down to the shores of stunning Lake Garda.

Scenery, culture and food are concerned as this tour covers two countries, each boasting spectacular lake and mountain views in the Italian Alps. Punctuated by ancient castles, rolling vineyards and quaint villages, the trip allows guests to visit the romantic city of Verona as well as the famous Lake Garda, and sample the finest Italian wines in San Pietro in Carino.

ST. MORITZ and Lake Como, Switzerland and Italy, epic mountain views without the climbs.

Breath taking mountain views, this route is hard to beat, especially since it includes a leisurely ride on the iconic Bernina Express, which is renowned for its scenic Alpine vistas. Glamorous St. Moritz with its ancient mineral springs, chic restaurants and shops, as well as the stunning Lake Como, passing through valleys and picturesque villages along the way.

All itineraries in the BSpoke Tours portfolio are self-guided and include bed and breakfast accommodation within three and four-star hotels, flights and transfers, luggage transfers between hotels, route maps, GPS (on request), a personalised itinerary, onsite assistance, bike hire, panniers and puncture repair kits. 

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