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  We offer cycling vacations and bicycle tours in various areas of France, Italy, Spain, and Switzerland
   
  1. Normandy
2. Alsace
3. Loire Valley
4. Burgundy (including Beaujolais)
5. Lake Geneva region
6. Bordeaux vineyards area
7. Dordogne/Perigord/Lot
8. French Alps
9. Dolomites
10.Veneto
11.Pyrenees
12.Provence/Riviera
13. Languedoc
14. Catalonia
15. Tuscany
     
 
Alsace
Route des Vins 2010
by Malcolm Watson


Ever dreamed of a cycling paradise? Cantal comes so close that you are bound to experience a cycling nirvana! Riding on virtually traffic-free road through eye-popping scenery so breathtaking that pictures snapped from a disposable camera look good!

All the villages you will ride through and stay at exude incomparable charm. In the evening, our hotel partners will provide the ideal finish to a day of sensory perfection.

This tour can be combined with our Cycling Perigord and Quercy Tour.

This can be combined with some of the numerous cyclosportives that take place in this part of France...
             
       
             
       
             
 
Bordeaux Vineyards Area
 
Creon to St. Brice
by Carlyle Stout


             
       
             
         
             
 
Burgundy (including Beaujolais)
 
Beaune Wine Tour
by Carlyle Stout

I loved the Hotel Logis places as the people who run them are family and are so friendly and the food was delicious.

Overall very good directions and the route was fabulous. We loved the small towns and quiet rural scenic roads. You did a very good job on route selection.

Bikes were outstanding. We liked them very much.

The route was more hilly than I thought but that was OK with me as I like some hills and the views from the ridges and hilltops were magnificent.
             
       
             
 
Tour des Soeurs 2009
by Susan Carpenter


             
       
             
 
Catalonia
 
Catalonia
by Ben Bursell


             
       
             
       
             
 
Dolomites
 
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Dordogne/Perigord/Lot
 
Perigord and Quercy custom tour
by Ian Goodman


             
         
             
 
Perigord and Quercy custom tour
by Raymond Black


The hotels were perfect for our needs, food was truly first rate, some of the hotels were a little worn out but not uncomfortably so e.g in one, the shower unit was broken but we still managed.

Simply wonderful food. We are planning a trip to Tuscany next year and if we get food of the same standard, we will be delighted. Bikes were very effective but we may bring our own next year just for the additional pleasure of using what we are used to. But the bikes were not heavy and were in good condition.

You just seemed more knowledgeable and flexible and were clearly customer friendly. We truly got the sense of being with a professional group that also happened to offer good value.
             
         
             
 
French Alps
 
Alpine guided tour - Barbados Cycles for Charity
by Gregory Austin

             
         
             
 
Time Megeve Mont Blanc 2009;
by Gary Geller


A few pictures that give the flavour of this great trip.
             
       
             
           
             
 
Upper Savoy Alps - honeymoon
by Stacey Butterfield


A personal recommendation is the main reason that made us choose Cyclomundo . We also liked that you offer more challenging tours for serious cyclists.
             
       
             
 
Lake Geneva region
 
Tour de Lake Léman / Monnetier-Mornex
by Jeroen Dankbaar


Good equipment, a great area, a beautiful view, a superb weekend! Looking forward to hit these roads again very soon making use of Cyclomundo's 100% service.
             
       
             
       
             
 
Languedoc
 
Canal du Midi
by Gregor Dow


All the hotels were great and provided lovely accomodation - couldn't really find fault with anything - was very good.

All of the restaurants were excellent
             
         
             
 
Loire Valley
 
Blois to Angers
by Mitchel Bulthuis


The desk clerks were excellent! They all spoke english and were very helpful with restaurant or points of interest directions.
  • The hotels were historic and had a lot of character.
  • Motels were easy to find with the instructions given
  • Motels always had out luggage ready when we checked in.
  • France does have some cultural practices that we had to get use to. The motels locked down at 10:00 in the evening. I checked in late one night and almost was locked out.

Restaurants used were very good. As long as I tried to speak a little French they were very good speaking English!

I am glad I read the tour books about French dining. The culture, costs, and times of dining took some getting use to. I had some difficulty with the afternoon closure. During our ride we sometimes came to a town after the resturants and stores were closed.

The rental bikes were comfortable and easy shifting.

             
       
             
 
Loire Valley - customized tour
by Linda Meier

All of the hotels were charming and very well located to be able to enjoy the town we were staying. The best meal was in Chenonceaux and the innkeeper was delightful. Hybrid bikes were really the only appropriate bikes for this itinerary as it included forest trails, field paths, unpaved roads, etc. This is the second year we have travelled with Cyclomundo and we were so satisfied last year, we wanted another experience. I have referred many people your way.
             
         
             
 
Normandy
 
Normandy D-Day tour
by Keith Young


Ever dreamed of a cycling paradise? Cantal comes so close that you are bound to experience a cycling nirvana! Riding on virtually traffic-free road through eye-popping scenery so breathtaking that pictures snapped from a disposable camera look good!

All the villages you will ride through and stay at exude incomparable charm. In the evening, our hotel partners will provide the ideal finish to a day of sensory perfection.

This tour can be combined with our Cycling Perigord and Quercy Tour.

This can be combined with some of the numerous cyclosportives that take place in this part of France...
             
       
             
           
             
 
Provence/Riviera
 
Avignon to Arles
by Anu Kumar


We celebrated our 10 years wedding anniversary with this tour. The brisk pace and ability to go and stop as you please was just the right type of tour that we needed to reconnect with one another. The scenery was lovely and towns we passed through allowed for some wonderful lunches.
             
         
             
 
Avignon to Arles
by Mary Ellen Curley

My husband agreed to be my "domestique" during a wonderful three-day ride in Provence, for my fiftieth birthday. The October weather was perfect -- warm and sunny -- the countryside was lovely to see on those wonderful back roads, and our appetite for the food and wine were enhanced by the rides! We can't wait to return. This was our best vacation ever, but I'm no photographer. My little phone photos aren't good enough to upload. Maybe next year!
             
       
             
 
 
 
Provence Sept 2009
by Alistair Lowry

We enjoyed a wonderful family holiday in Provence this year. Wonderful people, food, weather and scenery what more could a body want....
             
       
             
       
             
 
Spring 2009
 
Spring 2009
by David and Elaine

             
       
             
 
Pyrenees
 
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Tuscany
 
Tuscany - customized tour
by Mark Davis


All 3 hotels were great, just in different ways. Hotel Cisterna was very convenient; Romanita's had a fantastic view of Radda, and Il Rondo Albergo was very charming (although not conveniently located)

The restaurants and rental bikes used were excellent.

This was our second tour through Cyclomundo. We had such a good experience with the first one that there really wasn't much of a doubt that we would go through Cyclomundo for the second one after we found out that trips were available in Tuscany.
             
       
             
 
Veneto
 
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