Cycling The Wine Trails Of Umbria, Self Guided

Italy

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$2,379/person

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Enjoy totally unspoilt cycling through Italian countryside

Itinerary

Start Spello.

Gentle ride along the Teverone Valley with an optional uphill detour to Trevi; continue through to Spoleto.

Free day to enjoy Spoleto.

Climb up to Montefalco for views and wine tasting; continue on to Marcellano.

Free day to visit Bevagna, relax by the pool, or ride to Ceralto Castle.

Ride through picture perfect countryside to Gualdo Cattaneo; finish the day in Torgiano.

Free day to visit the wine and olive oil museum at Torgiano, or ride to the panoramic towns of Deruta.

Cycle the 'Wine and Art Road' to Brufa; take time to explore Assisi before riding back to Spello.

End Spello.

Additional Information

The sun-drenched Umbrian countryside is an enchanting place to blend cycling with food, wine and cultural highlights. The riding is idyllic through olive groves, sunflower fields, vineyards and apricot orchards. There is plenty of time to absorb the timeless atmosphere of the hilltop villages and hamlets and uncover the cultural highlights of Spello, Montefalco and Assisi. Each evening you can unwind in our specially selected hotels and enjoy the wonderful food and wine of the region.

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Details

Duration: 9 Days
Starts in: Italy
Group Size: 1

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