Bike and Boat - Moselle, Germany's wine country
Self-Guided Trip, Small-Ship Cruise
The picturesque Moselle valley is at the heart of a famous wine-producing area in Germany. The region is home to the country's oldest town and a rick Roman and medieval history. An abundance of castles stand guard over pretty towns in a valley that offers relaxed cycling and an array of activities, historical sites and cultural traditions.
Activity / Theme
River Cruise, Cycling
Simple cabins with shower and toilet
Adventure Coordinators insider tip:
My favourite month to cycle along the Moselle is September when the wine harvest is in full swing and many villages put on festivals.
DAY 1 Join Koblenz
DAY 2 Sail to Alken, cycle to Cochem (29 kms)
DAY 3 Ride to Beilstein and the wine growing town of Zell (39 kms)
DAY 4 Pedal past Art Nouveau architecture and medieval gems (43 kms)
DAY 5 To Germany's oldest wine community and Mehring (47 kms)
DAY 6 Options to ride to Trier (26-29 kms)
DAY 7 Ride through Luxembourg to Saarburg (38 kms)
DAY 8 End Saarburg
7 breakfasts, 6 picnic lunches, 7 dinners, tea and coffee in the afternoon
7 nights accommodation
Welcome drink and information meeting
7 Speed bike with waterproof pannier
8 Speed electric bike available on request
Route notes & maps
GPS Tracks available on request.
Cruise director provides daily briefings
All harbour, lock and bridge dues
Daily cabin cleaning
Linen and change of towels as required
Sample tour. Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice. Please inquire.
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