During this cycling holiday you will discover one of the most famous and beautiful area of Tuscany: the Chianti Classico. 6 days in the heart of Chianti, staying in a 4star resort with SPA and swimming pool, near the historical center of Radda.
You will discover the hills, the mountains, the history and the traditions of this magic region. Among gravel roads, trails, castles and hills, you’ll visit small villages and some of the most beautiful and famous vineyards of Tuscany.
This kind of tour is perfect for those who love to pedal away from traffic and stress, in a perfect mix between nature and history, alternating wonderful landscapes with stops to small villages and towns rich in history, culture and ancient traditions.
• The perched villages of Vertine, Volpaia, Panzano in Chianti and San Gusmè
• The famous tuscan dirt roads
• the fascinating vineyards of the Chianti Classico Gallo nero
• The Castle of Brolio
• CDH HOTEL: a 4-star resort to relaxing after the excursion
The itinerary is hilly and it is quite challenging. It is recommended for anyone with a good practice and training. Most of the route is on gravel roads so we recommend the use of a mountain bike and a habit to ride off-roads.
Are you afraid the tour is too demanding?
Do you want to enjoy the landscapes without getting too tired?
RENT AN EBIKE AND ENJOY YOUR HOLIDAY SAFELY!
Radda in Chianti. Arrival. Possibility to book extra nights
The mountains of Chianti, 35 km, elevation gain +900 m. the nice villages of Panzano in Chianti and Volpaia
The castles of Chianti, 60 km, elevation gain +1200 m. Dirt roads and vineyards to discover the Castle of Ama, The Castle of Brolio and the small perched village of San Gusmè
Castellina in Chianti and the roads of “EROICA”, 45 km, elevation gain + 900 m.
The heart of Chianti, 30 km, elevation gain +800 m. Vertine, Gaiole in Chianti and Badia a Coltibuono.
Radda Departure. Possibility to book extra nights.
• Do you want an official guide for your trip?
• Are you not sure you want to start alone?
• Are you a group and do you need a pullman with a guide?