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South Tyrol Bike Tours


Cycling in Italy’s South Tyrol is incredibly scenic as you weave through deep valleys and apple orchards down to the shores of Lake Garda. Expect to see ancient castles, rustic Tyrolean villages and vineyards scattered across the verdant valleys.

Choose between mountain trains to viewpoints or challenging yourself on ascents up bike paths. Pedal from the remote, rugged mountain landscapes in the Dolomites to the glamorous Lake Garda, before you reach the lively and romantic city of Verona.

To find out more about cycling South Tyrol, call our cycle experts today.

Why Book With Us?

  • 40 years' creating tailor-made holidays
  • Crafted by experts who love cycling
  • Boutique hotels and gourmet dining
  • Local support in destination
  • Luggage transferred between your hotels
  • Fully serviced hybrid and e-bikes
  • ABTA & ATOL protected

Our Top Accommodation in South Tyrol

Explore our boutique and hand-picked accommodation in this wonderful region. Rest assured you’ll sleep like royalty on our leisurely cycle tours.

South Tyrol, Lake Garda, & Verona, Italy

Things to Do in South Tyrol

Food and wine on a South Tyrol cycling holiday

Tyrolean Food & Wine

In the Dolomites, the locals tend to eat a hearty fare of game and polenta paired with robust and fruity wine from the South Tyrol. Menus include meat stews, risottos, gnocchi and tortellini. Risotto all’Amarone is a popular risotto with a generous amount of dry red wine from Valpolicella. Followed by either apple strudel or the Veronese cake, Pandoro, which is served with mascarpone, chocolate or cream. The perfect end to a day’s cycling in South Tyrol.

Best Restaurants in South Tyrol
History on a South Tyrol cycling holiday

Historical Sights

From Riva del Garda on the northern shore, take the ferry across to Sirmione. The old town centre has impressive ruins, thermal baths and the Roman archaeological site of Grotte di Catullo that was once a Roman villa. Best known as the setting for Romeo & Juliet, Verona has a well-maintained Roman amphitheatre and the Verona Arena. Each summer the Arena hosts the annual opera festival and large concerts. Cycle between Renaissance churches to contemporary art galleries and fantastic local restaurants.

Three Views in South Tyrol
Cycling for Softies Experts: Steven


Head of Cycling
What our experts say

South Tyrol is one of Europe’s premiere cycling destinations thanks to an excellent network of cycle paths. While the terrain around you is full of staggering mountains, the cycling is in fact very gentle with most routes following the river valleys downhill. The region has a fantastic reputation for food, with Italian traditions mixed with Germanic flavours that create a truly distinctive cuisine.

Cycling Tours in South Tyrol

Inspiration for Cycling Holidays in South Tyrol

FAQs About Our South Tyrol Cycling Holidays

South Tyrol has well maintained lanes that offer some fantastic cycling. The scenery here is wonderful, from the Alps to the north to the crystal clear waters of Lake Garda to the south. There’s a beautiful view around every corner you cycle.

Our South Tyrol cycling holidays run from April to October, when most shops and restaurants will be open for the season. The wonderful weather at this time of year is also great for cycling.

Our expert team will make your South Tyrol cycling trip as smooth as possible from start to finish. When you book a flight-inclusive package we will provide you with all the latest travel information you need. We are also ABTA & ATOL bonded so you can book with confidence.

On our South Tyrol cycling holidays, you’ll be staying in our hand-picked hotels. From family-run inns to beautiful lakeside hotels, expect a delicious food and friendly staff after a day cycling.

We Can Tailor-make
a Holiday to Suit You…

We have a team of experts on hand to help you choose the perfect holiday. From a luxury cycling holiday weekend in Tuscany to a big adventure in through the Loire Valley, we’re whatever you want your holiday to be.