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Get on your bike and you'll be well on your way with this great range of cycling holidays & mountain biking holidays. We have everything from introductory cycling holidays for the wobbly beginners amongst you to the advanced hard core mountain biking for the adrenalin heads. Take a look at our cycling holidays & mountain biking holidays classification guide to find the right cycling holiday for you.

Vietnam small group cycling holiday
The best of Vietnam on two wheels , from £1989 - £2379 (16 days) inc UK flights
Pisa to Cinque Terre cycling holiday in Italy
Some of the best road cycling in Tuscany, from £1199 - £1349 (8 days) inc UK flights
Saigon to Bangkok cycling holiday
Three of South East Asia's most fascinating countries, from US $2450 (14 days) ex flights
Biking holiday in Kenya & Tanzania
Adventurous African cycle tour in Kenya and Tanzania., from NZ $4490 (16 days) ex flights
Coast to coast cycling holiday in Costa Rica
Take in the variety of Costa Rica by bike, from £2549 - £2899 (15 days) inc UK flights
Petra and Wadi Rum by bike, Jordan
Cycling trip through stunning desert scenery, from £1339 - £1799 (9 days) inc UK flights
Kerala and tropical India cycling holidays
Beautiful landscapes, fascinating towns and long white beaches, from £2059 - £2699 (15 days) inc UK flights
South Africa cycling holiday, Drakenburg and Kruger
A breathtaking panoramic cycling route, from £2399 - £2499 (14 days) inc UK flights
Cycling holiday in Portugal, self guided
A leisurely cycling holiday in the Algarve, from €539 - €623 (7 days) ex flights
Family cycling holiday in Kenya & Tanzania
Family adventure across Tanzania and Kenya by bike, from NZ $3690 - NZ $4490 (16 days) ex flights
Cilento and Amalfi Coast cycling holiday, Italy
Rocky ridges set between small picturesque inlets, from £1299 - £1449 (8 days) inc UK flights
Mont Saint Michel self guided cycling tours in Normandy & Brittany
Soak up the rural life of French countryside., from €640 - €850 (6 days) ex flights
Cycling holiday in Croatia, Dalmatian Coast
Cycling through the Dalmatian Coast Islands in Croatia, from £1099 - £1299 (8 days) inc UK flights
Amsterdam to Bruges bike and barge holiday
Bike and barge from Amsterdam to beautiful Bruges, from £790 (8 days) ex flights
Cuba cycling tour
The main sights & stunning scenery, from £2049 - £2599 (16 days) inc UK flights
Dordogne cycling tour, France
Ride through the quintessential Perigord and Quercy regions, from €785 - €1870 (8 days) ex flights
Sri Lanka cycling holiday
Ride the cool highlands, jungle parks and ancient Buddhist cities, from £2169 - £2949 (15 days) inc UK flights
Self guided biking tour in Croatia
Explore the amazing island's coasts and medieval town, from €300 - €690 (8 days) ex flights
Matera to Puglia cycle in Italy
Nestled between the Adriatic and Ionian seas, from £1199 - £1229 (8 days) inc UK flights
Cuba cycling holiday
Cycle the quiet country roads of Cuba, from £1579 - £2049 (9 days) inc UK flights
Catalonia self guided cycling holiday, Spain
Self guided cycling holiday, from £426 - £840 (8 days) ex flights
Aegean Coast cycling holiday in Turkey
Visit quiet villages, beautiful countryside and meet local people, from £949 - £999 (8 days) inc UK flights
Catalonia family self guided cycling holiday, Spain
Customised road cycling tour in Girona, Catalonia, from €262.50 (8 days) ex flights
Mongolia cycling holiday
The mountains & steppes home to Genghis Khan, from £2499 - £2599 (17 days) inc UK flights

436 reviews for cycling holidays4 star overall rating

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Family cycling holiday in Kenya & Tanzania
Wonderful guides, incredible access to the remotest regions and real people... Wonderful - genuinely the holiday of a lifetime and a never to be forgotten special experience. (more)Dan Cobley
Every day brought new experiences. The animals just kept coming out on cue! Brilliant - I don’t know how we will top it. (more)Monica Szolin-Jones
Most memorable were waking to the sound of a lion killing a wildebeast behind our tent in Amboseli National Park campsite. Singing and dancing with 500 children from a local primary school in Tanzania. (more)Gaenor Morris
From NZ $3690 - NZ $4490 excluding flights
Laos adventure holiday, Bangkok to Vang Vieng
5*++++++++ It was absolutely superb! The operator may be a small company but it's dedication to providing the best service and most rounded and authentic personal experience of the country meant that I would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone. (more)Alice Ross
This trip was an amazing introduction to southeast Asia for me. I felt that my experience of Thailand and Laos was enhanced by this trip...Trekking throughout the north of Laos was amazing. We had a wonderful guide that was proud to show of his country, people, food, history and culture's. (more)Amy Worthington
From £1775 excluding flights
Nepal extreme activity holiday
Memorable parts? Starting mountain biking at 4000meters with many mountain peaks surrounding. Making new friends and feeling welcome in the trip group. Tips? Be relaxed and open minded to new people and different culture. Local benefits? Many aspects of the trip encouraged us to help local people and leave the environment clean. Overall rating? I had a brilliant time on this holiday and it fulfilled most of what I wanted to get out of the trip. (more)Murray Hendriksen
From £1690 including domestic flights only
Self guided cycling holiday Catalonia, Spain
Memorable parts? From a bike you see the country in a way you never can from a car - we saw a huge variety of scenery in just a few days. Tips? We would definitely recommend this operator to either keen or beginner cyclists - just tell Alan whether you want to do more or less, and he's happy to plan an itinerary for you. Local benefits? We stayed in some great small hotels in some stunning settings, run by owners who were really committed to making our holiday special. Overall... (more)Bennet Summers
From €895 - €995 excluding flights
Provence self guided cycling tours, Avignon to Camargue
Very well organised and very enjoyable.... The scenery was beautiful, except in the Camargue, and all the villages were very French and full of atmosphere. Cycling through the Montagnettes and Alpilles was lovely. (more)Trish Price
Successfully navigating our way in and out of beautiful little towns being enthusiastically helped with directions and suggestions for great things to see and do by locals even with our absolute lack of French. (more)Jennifer Wright
From €850 excluding flights
Self guided biking tour in Croatia
This vacation was excellent. Croatia is a jaw-droppingly beautiful country that is incredibly affordable, with great food and friendly people. Tomi and his team were all exceedingly helpful and friendly and planned an excellent vacation for us. I would highly recommend this vacation to anyone considering a visit to Croatia. (more)Briana Langford
We are just home from a fantastic holiday.... We stayed with lovely families who treated us like friends in their own homes. (more)Shirley Waller
Wonderful....The stunning scenery in Croatia and the feeling that the world is truly, a beautiful place (more)Alan Spencer
From €300 - €690 excluding flights
Loire Valley self guided cycling holidays
We loved all of it! Debbie and Mark provided the perfect setting, food, and itinerary...Perfect. (more)Sonja Ebel
The most memorable part was cycling down quiet roads through gorgeous countryside on a sunny spring afternoon!...It was terrific - helped by the good weather and the fine accommodation. (more)Diana Lloyd
The pre dinner drinks and craic (good conversation) and the dinners cooked by Debbie and Mark were always something to look forward especially when the legs were tiring and the backside a little sore! (more)Victor Coleman
From €520 excluding flights
Cycling & mountain biking holidays in Mongolia
Hiding out from the rain in a local families nice warm ger being given homemade yaks cheese and yak yoghurt vodka was the most memorable part. (more)Rebecca Drinkwater
Great terrain for mountain biking as there is no traffic apart from the odd inquisitive yak on the path. A total contrast to central London. (more)Andrea McNeill
From US $2645 - US $2895 excluding flights
Cycling & mountain biking holidays in Sardinia
Wonderful we had a great time. A perfect way to see the country. Food delicious, the people very friendly and we had 2 excellent guides. (more)Gillian Arcone
The technical descents (mountain biking) were the most memorable part. (more)Lynda Elms
For me it was the first time for such a holiday and I would definitely go back and do it again. It was very enjoyable. (more)Anthony Wigmore
From £895 - £1225 excluding flights
Cycling holiday in Portugal, self guided
On a scale of one to ten I'd say eleven....The route that Bert had chosen for us was wonderful. We rode our bikes through Olive groves, orange groves, down dirt roads and through small towns and bigger towns. The variety was wonderful. (more)Lorna Nicholson
The most memorable part of the holiday was staying in the small casa's, tucked away from the main tourist area's. They were absolutely delightful, and we were so well looked after by the owners (more)Alan Tonge
Excellent. bikes perfect, directions easy to understand. Hotel and restaurant suggests selected with care. Thanks! (more)Stephanie Allen
From €539 - €623 excluding flights
Pinasca accommodation, Piedmont, Italy
Gosh, difficult to say which part out of so many! I am reviewing the holiday five months later and still remember everything about our stay here. The delicious food and warm hospitality from the hosts, the beautiful scenery and the long walks will stay with me forever, I think. (more)Bill Reid
The kindness of our hosts, the nice balanced way they shared and included us in their individual enthusiasm and warmth, the pertinent information about local and Piemonte region, without coming too close were most memorable. Excellent holiday. (more)Anna Welsing
Whilst we have many very happy memories of our recent 5 weeks in Europe all involved voted that the week was 'the' most memorable. This was primarily a result of the passion that both Marla and Fabrizio bring to the running of the accommodation and to ensuring the comfort and enjoyment of their guests. Of course this professionalism is ably supported by the fantastic scenery and interesting history of the area. (more)Neal Dalgliesh
From €60 per couple per night
Snowdonia self catering accommodation, Wales
The most memorable part of the holiday was the absolutely stunning view from the cottage, watching the mountains changing as mist drifted over them and then the light and shadows constantly changed as the mountains were revealed and highlighted. (more)Gabrielle Lorenz
Memorable: view from cottage. Exciting: Visit to Zipworld...We had very good weather and thoroughly enjoyed our holiday (more)Alex Nash
We loved the cafe in the woods and the steam train at the bottom of the hill....9 out of 10 . Very peaceful and private with fabulous views of the mountains. (more)Katherine Dukes
From £325 - £425 per cottage per week (sleeps 5)
Andalucia self catering accommodation, Almeria, Spain
The most memorable parts were the place, our hosts, the local people, the walks, the food, the weather (sun, and wind) the hilarious bus trip with locals and very funny driver. Pretty much everything. (more)David Maggs
Really superb... The beautiful scenery was the most memorable part of the holiday. (more)Bridget Waller
Very relaxing & peaceful...Rarely heard more than sounds of birds & insects. Wonderful views on the walks from the accomodation. John & Mair were very friendly & helpful, but not intrusive. Eating out in Lubrin unbelievably cheap & food pleasant & plentiful. (more)Jane Batstone
From £390 per week (sleeps 2)
Rural guesthouse in Malaga, Spain
We had a lovely family suite which was spacious and well equipped. The pool is also lovely - quite large and pristine... (more)Julie Mills
The blend of marvellous scenery, a fabulous place to stay and relax, and the hospitality of our hosts (including great food and great local advice on walking, parking points, activities etc). (more)Russell Chant
Exploring hills and geological areas near the property was the most memorable...Relaxing. Hosts very attentive and informative. Peaceful location. (more)Diana Loffler
From €73 - €83 per double room per night
West Devon accommodation, B&B on organic farm
Staying in this farm you may feel you are staying at home. The farm owners are simple and friendly. (more)chanuan ratanawaraha
The most memorable part of the holiday was visiting the Eden Project, Rosemoor Gdns, other NT/RHS properties in the area. (more)Elisabeth Marciniw
The wonderful breakfasts that Rose cooked were made up of local produce and tasted delicious. Rose is a very good jam maker too! (more)Amanda Porter
From £35 - £45 per person per night
Bavaria self catering apartments
The village was very beautiful and the hosts friendly and welcoming. The opportunities to enjoy the natural environment were abundant. We especially loved our walks and bike rides through the forest. (more)Rainey Wikstrom
Cycling and walking in the Bavarian forest was the most memorable part...An excellent holiday thoroughly enjoyed by both adults and children aged between 9 and 16 years. (more)Diane Jones
Our day trip to Prague was just fantastic and could not have been improved....Wonderful!! (more)Susan Smith
From €455 - €1260 per accommodation per week
Yorkshire self catering accommodation sleeping 4, England
Fantastic. Lovely cottage, very well stocked and furnished. Very friendly and helpful owner. The cottage is spacious and in bad weather you can sit and gaze into the garden and listen to the birds. (more)Helena Poldervaart
We were intrigued to stay in a house made of straw bales and to see how recycling/ reuse can be put into practice and good effect.- we were not disappointed! We found the photo albums showing the building of the house really interesting. (more)C Sharkey
From £396 per cottage per week (sleeps 4-5)
Catalonia self guided cycling holiday, Spain
What a fantastic holiday! Cycling each day down a new route, through vineyards, small hamlets, to the beach! A holiday quite different to anything we had both been on before. (more)Claire Hermolle
Loved it! There were many memorable moments: views of the Mediterranean from the Cap de Creus Park, hike to San Pere de Rodes, delicious food at every turn, nifty Romanesque churches at seemingly every cross-road….I could go on (more)Amy Shannon
10 out of 10, it was a great experience, exactly what I was looking for. (more)Justin Bonetto
From £426 - £840 excluding flights
Cycling tour in Catalonia for food lovers, Spain
It was great. We could do as much as we wanted. We could have made it as hard or easy as we liked. We loved being active. (more)Liz Wood
Biking in the beautiful country of Spain with my husband and good friends was the most memorable part. It was a wonderful experience, great trails, food and memories to last a lifetime. I am planning my next trip now! (more)Mark Edwards
Everything about this holiday was excellent, and exceeded expectations. We have already recommended this holiday to our friends, and would do it again ourselves! (more)Ashling Swirtz
From €895 - €995 excluding flights
Cycling holiday in Catalonia, Spain
We all enjoyed it immensely...I think seeing the first medieval village and cycling through the deep countryside were the most satisfying experiences. For others it might have been stopping for the first beer at a village cafι. Or the fantastic burger and chips in Ripli when we were all tired and hungry. (more)John Lowdon
Very good..Cycling through the countryside and to and from the beach. Also the food was fantastic. (more)Wendy McCaffer
Very enjoyable....Go visit and eat at the castle hotel in Bispal (more)Itay Mehl
From €429 - €799 excluding flights
Amsterdam to Bruges bike and barge holiday
Memorable parts? Living and travelling on the barge Fiep. The crew, accommodation and food were excellent. Amsterdam, Ghent and Antwerp were great. Was disappointed with Bruges - too touristy! Tips? Be prepared for the wind in Holland which made cycling more difficult than expected. Local benefits? Yes because we were travelling by boat and bicycles so not polluting the roads and adding to traffic. Overall rating? Enjoyable but felt that the leader lacked basic skills... (more)Jill Toman
From £790 excluding flights
Rural cycling tours in South India
Memorable parts? Cycling and trekking through the tea plantations at Munnar. Tips? Don't bother with the cycling UP to Munnar (difficult, unsafe and unpleasant). Local benefits? Contributed to the economy - not sure about reducing environmental impacts. Did celebrate conservation on wildlife. Overall rating? Enjoyable for sure but would have benefitted from some better planned days. (more)Howard Rossman
From £620 excluding flights
Spanish Pyrenees historic B&B
It was perfect in all respects, particularly thanks to our hosts who not only cooked the delicious dinners but also helped with (very useful) recommendations for excursions, organising rental bikes and stimulating conversation. We will be back soon! (more)Irina von Wiese
Very good, familiar hospitality...Roy a very good and fine cook and Goretti the wine and whisky-expert was marvellous. (more)Lutgart Van Malderen
From €100 - €130 per accommodation per night
Biking holiday in Kenya & Tanzania
The most memorable part of our holiday was the time spent in a very remote area of Tanzania with the Masai. We were privileged to visit their homes and witness their day to day living. An amazing experience! (more)Susan Ducollet-Holliday
Brilliant! I have done supported tours in USA, Cuba, Brazil and Europe and this is the gold standard in terms of support, food, attention to detail, professionalism, friendliness etc. etc. I cannot recommend this company too highly. Go have fun! (more)Jane Thurnell-Read
Lots of most memorables... but the ones that really stick in my mind are first spotting of a zebra in the wild,... sitting 150 feet up on the rock outcrop having a supper picnic watching the sun set sipping wine made from the monastery. (more)Suzette Lang
From NZ $4490 excluding flights
Kerala and tropical India cycling holidays
Memorable parts? Cycling down the Ooty Hill, the views were breathtaking, as well as visiting the orphanage. Tips? Padding, padding and padding. Local benefits? Yes. Overall rating? Excellent. (more)Olga Baranova
From £2059 - £2699 including UK flights
Japan cycling holiday
We are just back from a holiday in Japan. A great way to see Japan in a very personal way- being part of the scene, as you are when on bike. (more)Barbara Hickson
The highlight was the absolutely spectacular scenery we cycled across, past, over. The countryside and mountains in Japan are amazing! (more)Blake Mizzi
There were many high points, but the best of all was seeing the Miyako Odori (Cherry Blossom Dance) in the Gion district of Kyoto. (more)John Casement
From £3350 excluding flights
Cycling holidays in Burgundy, France
Biking through the towns with our tour guide, Inka, who was an exceptional leader. The ride was challenging, leisurely, and culturally rewarding! (more)Michael Chirichello
I really enjoyed the holiday. All 18 of us got on very well and each day's cycling was just the right amount of cycling and sight-seeing. Martin & Marjorie's hospitality and food were excellent. Our cycle guide, Yon Willan was fantastic and I will miss having him around! (more)Joanna Moncrieff
From £790 excluding flights
Cycling holiday to Indochina and Angkor Wat
Excellent - thank you very much. All provisions and services were provided by locals and the relationship the guide had with them was obviously due to good relationships in place. (more)Ian MacEachern
I really enjoyed the experince. Getting to see three countries off the beaten track was an experience and we were all the time active on the holiday (more)Tom Mc Conalogue
Cycling in Thailand was the most memorable part. (more)Fon Atang
From £2079 - £2379 including UK flights
Thailand activity holiday, bike, hike & raft
Memorable parts? The first village stay on the hill tribe trek - we were the first group to stay in this village, and the kids were so excited to see us that I think we became a free babysitting service to the whole village for the entire night! Tips? Be prepared to 'rough it' and bring a sense of adventure with you. Many of the nights accommodation involve some form of shared accommodation with the whole group - think home stays, bamboo huts when trekking, house boats, and sleeper... (more)Hannah Gausden
From £885 - £940 excluding flights
Cycling holidays in Kerala
Wonderful memories....The organisation of our two week cycling holiday in Kerala with the operator was excellent. Additional activities, our accommodation, our driver support, bike guide and equipment were all well chosen and provided an excellent introduction to Keralan life. (more)Stevan Johl
To join a Hindu marriage, included to experience the hospitality and kindness towards us. Thanks Jerry! (more)Niels Revsgaard
The cycling was great, having a bike guide and a backup van worked really well for our style of cycling as it meant we didn't have to worry about each other. Francis and Shibu were great fun and we all enjoyed a beer together after finishing a ride. (more)Susan Reid
From £1125 excluding flights

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
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Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
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Very enjoyable
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It was OK
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Cycling Holidays and Cycling Tours

Cycling holidays are a fantastic way to travel because you can escape the crowds, access remote areas, and really get under the skin of a country, as opposed to seeing it from behind the windows of a coach. There are many cycling tours to choose from in Europe, Africa and Asia. A cycling tour may take you to a tiny rural village, where your sudden arrival will fascinate the locals and offer you an opportunity to interact as well as being great exercise. Choosing a cycling holiday will allow you the time for thought and reflection, which is not often found in today’s busy world. When you complete a cycling tour you will often feel a real sense of personal development. There is no doubt you will be addicted once you have completed one cycling holiday. The only question that remains is which type of trip to choose.

Self Guided Cycling Holidays and Self Guided Cycling Tours

Self guided cycling holidays are a good option for the confident cyclist as they allow you flexibility – you can choose when you leave and how far you go. Self guided cycling tours allow you to explore iconic sites and view spectacular untouched scenery. You may choose to take a self guided cycling tour in Europe, where you can pedal through the olive groves in Portugal, enjoy the Fairytale chateaux, world-renowned wines and majestic Loire in France or coast through the verdant wild flower valleys in Greece. Or you can find a self guided cycling holiday further afield. Research different destinations climates and seasons and try to select a self guided cycling tour that enjoys mild, dry weather. You may find yourself on a self guided cycling holiday in Australia, where you can ride through the National Parks and Rainforests of the Byron Bay hinterland. Or you can choose to explore rural Southern India by bike, a perfect way to experience the diverse landscape.

Small Group Cycling Holidays

If you choose a small group cycling holiday you will be leaving at set departures and will go with other people. Taking small group cycling tours will mean you get to know your travel companions quite well and there is often a diverse mix of people with the love of cycling in common. There are small group cycling tours all over the world, including guided cycling holidays in once-in-a-lifetime destinations such as Japan, Cuba and Bhutan. Guided cycling holidays mean you will be accompanied by a specialist cyclist who will be able to give you a unique insight into country and area you’ll be visiting.

Mountain Biking Holidays and Mountain Biking Tours

Mountain biking involves riding bicycles off-road, often over rough terrain. Mountain bikes are specially adapted to enhance durability and performance in tougher environments. Mountain biking holidays require cyclists to have endurance, core strength and self-reliance and you will need to wear protective gear. There are a variety of mountain biking tours ranging from introductory to hard core. Single track mountain biking involves following a narrow biking trail which is approximately the width of the bike. Single track mountain biking can be technically challenging although you won’t meet off-road vehicle traffic so it can be a smooth ride.

Charity Cycling Holidays

If you want to have an exciting cycling adventure and do something altruistic you can choose to go on a charity cycling holiday. Charity cycle rides will help you get fit, experience new cultures, meet like-minded people and raise money for a charity of your choice. There are many charity cycle rides all over the world – you can choose to go from London to Paris or Saigon to Angkor Wat. Whatever you choose you can rest assured that the sense of reward will be well worth it!

Cycling holidays in Cambodia

A cycling holiday in Cambodia allows you to travel like a local and experience Cambodia as if you live there. The trails of cycle tours in Cambodia take you off the beaten track and into the small villages and farming communities as well as taking you to see the major attractions. A cycling holiday in Cambodia is designed to engage you with your surroundings. Your holiday is enhanced by cycling, and your appreciation of the local environment is heightened by your cycling experience. There is a wonderful range of rewarding cycle tours in Cambodia ranging from 3 days where you may find yourself cycling among a thousand years of Khmer history at Angkor Wat, to 16 days which may lead you to journey across multiple countries of Indochina, from the busy streets of Bangkok to the shimmering paddy fields of Angkor. Depending on your abilities and personal preferences, there is a bike tour in Cambodia for everyone. You may enjoy the challenge of a 500kms cycle through the heart of the lush Mekong Delta in Vietnam and the dry lands of ancient Cambodia or you may prefer a leisurely journey to sample the cultural heritage and scenic highlights. Many cycle tours in Cambodia continue the tradition of pioneering cycle routes. What better way to explore the remote corners of the country than to undertake a cycling holiday in Cambodia.

Cycling in Portugal

A cycling holiday in Portugal sends you off the beaten track to engage you with your surroundings, giving you the sense of freedom and achievement from really discovering the region. There is a wonderful range of guided or self-guided Portugal cycling tours available at all different levels. Many of the less difficult routes travel through environments suitable for walking holidays in Portugal. Here, you may find yourself cycling in Portugal passed brightly coloured fields of fig trees, orange groves, almond trees and cork oaks, stopping at typically Portuguese villages, natural mineral springs, and ancient castles. Alternatively you may decide to head towards the southern coastline with towering cliffs and vast stretches of pristine beaches. Most of these Portugal cycling routes uses quiet country roads and good tracks, leaving the main roads to when there is no other option. If you are feeling a little more adventurous, there are Portugal cycling tours that take trails of higher levels of difficulty such as mountain biking between the coast and the interior of the country. Here you may find yourself cycling in Portugal up to 50km a day through the mountains which separate the Alentejo from the Algarve: all with superb views. Essentially rural and sparsely populated, it offers a landscape that is uncommonly well preserved. Whichever type of Portugal cycling holiday you choose to take, you will find there is no better way to explore the remote corners of the country than to go cycling in Portugal.

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