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The ten most popular cycling tours with Exodus Travels


Discovering countries, cultures, environments, cities, mountain ranges, deserts, coasts and jungles; exploring this amazing planet we all live on - that is what Adventure Coordinators and Exodus have in common. You yearn to visit new places and come home with a real sense of what they’re all about. We help you delve into local traditions, cultures, cuisine, lifestyles – anything that contributes to its unique identity. We help you reach some incredible destinations on 500 itineraries across over 90 separate countries.

Here are the ten most popular cycling adventure tours with Exodus:

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Italy: Cycle Cilento & Amalfi Coast

Rated: moderate - 3 out of 10

8 days from $2145

Cycling is a great way to explore the stunning natural and cultural treasures of Campania. This tour takes us through the best routes and contrasts of the region, from the relatively unknown and unspoilt Cilento to the popular lively Amalfi Coast. The Cilento National Park is largely undisturbed by the 21st Century and as we cycle through quaint fishing villages we realise that the traditional way of life is still very evident. We also visit the Greco-Roman city of Paestum, with its three major Doric style temples, before heading to the lovely town of Minori on the Amalfi Coast. Here we cycle on some of the most scenic routes in the world, while visiting beautiful towns including Positano and of course Amalfi itself. All the cycling will help to build our appetite for the fine food that the area is famous for! View trip

Italy: Cycle Siena & Chianti

Rated: moderate - 3 out of 10

8 days from $1895

The Tuscan landscape is one of the most evocative and romantic in Europe with cypress trees lining the roads, olive groves, vineyards, ancient hill-top towns and, of course, classic Renaissance cities. Our group cycling tour is carefully planned to take in the best of Tuscany without feeling rushed or over-cultural: part of the joy of the Italian lifestyle is sitting and watching the world go by with a glass of Chianti in your hand! During the week we ride through diverse areas of Tuscany, such as the hills of Chianti and the beautiful around Montepulciano. Riding north, we enter 'Le Crete', a wonderfully scenic region that's home to some of Tuscany's best towns and villages. We then enjoy Siena's magnificent Campo before biking past the towers of San Gimignano and onto our final destination in Florence. Following quiet roads, we mix point-to-point and circular rides to make a perfect cycle tour of this region, without the need to transfer at the beginning of each day. View trip

Croatia: Cycling the Dalmatian Coast Rated: Rated: Moderate, 3 out of 10 8 days from $1675 Known to have the clearest waters in the Mediterranean, and undoubtedly packed with historic and cultural interest, the Dalmatian Coast is one of the true wonders of Europe. We follow some of the best cycling routes the area has to offer with much of the tour taking place on the long and beautiful islands of Hvar and Korcula, travelling by ferry between the islands. The scenery alternates between seaside villages, tiny mediaeval towns and lovely pebble bays. We end our journey in the fascinating UNESCO city of Dubrovnik. We have two nights here to soak up the atmosphere of this uniquely preserved city. View trip

Czech Republic, Austria & Hungary: Prague to Budapest Ride

Rated: moderate - 3 out of 10

11 days from $3225

Central and Eastern Europe offers a vast range of landscapes, languages, cultures and cuisines. Once the seat of the Austro Hungarian Empire, the Czech Republic, Austria, Slovakia and Hungary boast a rich history, nowhere better demonstrated than in their capital cities. Outside these historic urban centres lie vast areas of winding rivers and forests, many now maintained as national parks, as well as numerous castles and rural towns and villages. This is the setting to a fascinating biking trip, taking us down country lanes, marked cycle paths and through this changing scenery. The terrain is not challenging however the route covers a good distance to ensure we see the best of what's on offer. From the banks of the Danube to the wine cellars of Moravia, there is plenty to see and experience every day, and no more relaxing a way to see it than with the freedom offered by a bicycle. View trip