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reviews for Cycling holidays in Greece
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I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
The Laconia coastal bike tour was such a fantastic way to really see the country and feel like you've lived a bit of it... the scent of hot olives and orange blossom greeting us as we meandered through little back roads and dirt tracks we would never have thought of taking if we'd been finding our own route... (more)Amber Rosenthal
Would highly recommend, this was our eleventh biking trip around Europe, we go same time each year, the first week in May, the group (seven mates) have rated this in the top three. (more)martin mitchell
Good fun, we felt we were well off the beaten tourist track at times. Scenery impressive. (more)Hilary Thomas
An incredibly enjoyable holiday! Good food, friendly people and wonderful sights. (more)Anne Stevens
Cycling through quiet countryside and seeing rural life, miles of apple, orange and olive trees, sheep and goats grazing, beehives everywhere, wild flowers, birds, lots of opportunities for sitting and drawing or dreaming. (more)Fiona Eccles
Excellent- marvellous landscape, lots to see, good bicycle rides, meeting some special people, smooth service, many moving conversations and the pleasure of Greek life. (more)Helen Wells
Visiting Koroni, Methoni and Pylos - beautiful, historic seaside towns.
You need to be pretty fit as there is a lot of uphill cycling! The last two days were fairly easy going as the coastal road was flat, but the first few days were very hilly and one day especially, we cycled up a mountain and down the other side.
Cycling is always environmentally friendly and the local people seemed pleased to cater for tourists in what is a very... (more)Alison Whyte