THE RELAX OF A BOAT CRUISE, THE CHARME OF A CYCLING TOUR
A holiday which combines water and land; a particular trip where the cycling tour is accompanied by the navigation at sea. Cycling stages alternates with relax moments on the boat deck. And if you decide not to pedal you could spend the day on board and enjoy the navigation.
This is what we offer with a bike and boat holiday, proposing you different solutions according to your needs: every day, after your cycling stage, rise on board your vessel – a floating-hotel which will be ready to wait for you in the right place. The boat we employ is a wooden caique perfect to sail the Mediterranean waters. This is a really unique experience. Boats enriched with oriental charm and precious details which will lead you to discover some of the most attractive coastlines. Just try to image to wake-up in the morning and see the breathtaking Amalfi Coast, the fascinating Costa Smeralda, the small bays of Elba island or Venice, the pearl of the itinerary from Venice to Trieste. The crew and the chef will take care of you preparing delicious dishes from the best Mediterranean cuisine while you are on your cycling stage accompanied by expert Guides to discover Capri, Ischia, Amalfi and yet Porto Cervo, La Maddalena, l’Elba or Venezia and Miramare. You should cycle among places of great cultural interest but also plunge into the sea for a swim and once back on board enjoy the landscape made unique by the light of sunset.
BIKE AND BARGE BETWEEN MANTUA AND VENICE
Blending nature, culture and fine cuisine, this leisurely bike and barge tour along the waterways of the River Po offers more than just a taster of Northern Italy. It explores celebrated cities of art, one of Europe’s prime Nature Reserves and a wealth of tucked-away rural hamlets along the route, rewarding our daily rides with authentic regional dishes back on board. From the glory of Venice, the lagoon leads us to colorful Chioggia. Next up, the natural wonders of the Po Delta, famed for its birdlife. Then Adria, once a key Roman port, and onwards to Ferrara and Mantua – once major city states crowned by the Italian Renaissance.