Are you looking for an easier going cycling holiday? Perhaps this is your first cycling holiday or maybe you just like to take your time and have an easy going cycling holiday. Then these are our top 3 cycling holidays perfect for beginners that we have chosen to get you started.
A cycling holiday doesn’t need to be all about pushing yourself to the limits and climbing big hills. Some people find it much more enjoyable taking their time and enjoying their new surroundings. If none of these take your fancy, then why not check out our tour selector or give us a call.
Our Top Cycling Holidays For Beginners
River Danube Cycle Path
Starting in Passau and ending in Vienna, we have a 7 or 9 night options for you to cycle at your own pace along the dedicated cycle paths. You will get to explore many towns and cities along the way like Linz and Vienna. This tour is also perfect for families with young children as we have trailers and children’s bikes available to hire. Check out our Passau to Vienna cycling holiday or our 9 night Danube holiday.
Canal Du Midi
Our Canal du Midi cycling holiday is in the southwest of France. The Canal du Midi meanders its way through pretty rural landscapes and past some historical sites including the walled fortress of Carcassonne. The route is perfect for beginners as it is a pretty flat route along side the canal.
Italy Bike and Barge
Our Italy Bike and Barge cycling holiday means that instead of staying in hotels you will stay on your very own floating hotel. You will start your cycling adventure in Mantova and cycle your way to Venice. This is a fantastic bike and barge holiday, as if you do not wish to cycle one day you can stay on-board and enjoy your rest day.
Get in touch with us for more details on our tours if you have any questions.
First Published June 2015
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