You move on between hotels, and we transport your bags, so on our cycling holidays in Italy you don't need to carry a lot in your panniers and you're free to explore Italy. In-between days are a great opportunity for some local exploring, using our detailed maps and route notes as your guide while you are cycling in Italy on the quiet backroads. We've a wide range of cycling holidays in Italy - from easy, flat cycling through the Venetian vineyards - to an exhilarating tour of Chianti. Or perhaps you'd prefer a relaxing coastal route exploring the delights of Sicily? To find out more about any cycling holiday in Italy, simply follow the links below.
For full holiday details click on the appropriate cycling holiday. Italy offers a great selection of activity holidays, take a look at our activities section for further information or visit our cycling holidays section to find out how cycling in Italy with Headwater works.
Superb hotels, world-famous wines and exceptional cuisine are just some of the reasons to choose this 8-night cycling holiday! The cycling takes you through softly rolling hills, sun-drenched hamlets and via the pretty wine towns of Barbaresco and Barolo.
This 8-night cycling holiday combines fabulously unspoilt Chianti countryside with the chance to visit the world-famous cities of Florence and Siena. You'll stay in high quality hotels, enjoy superb meals and relax by panoramic pools - views extend as far as Corsica on a clear day!
Soak up the natural beauty of northern Italy's timeless mountain scenery in the provinces of South Tyrol and Trentino, as you ride from the alpine pass at Resia to the shores of Lake Garda. The cycling is mostly along riverside cycle paths, through orchards and vineyards, with a backdrop of lakes and mountains, and you'll discover the historic cities of Merano, Bolzano and Trento along the way.
This 8-night holiday combines gentle pedalling through olive groves, sunflower fields and vineyards with time in gorgeous historic towns and sun-drenched villages. Highlights include mediaeval Bevagna, Etruscan Perugia, picture-postcard Spello and ancient Assisi.
This 10-night cycling tour combines fabulously unspoilt Chianti countryside with the chance to visit the world-famous cities of Florence and Siena. You'll stay in high quality hotels, enjoy superb meals and relax by panoramic pools with views that extend as far as Corsica on a clear day!
Firmly tucked away in the South, Puglia is a sun-soaked region of deserted white sand beaches, unspoilt villages and gently rolling hills backing the clear emerald seas of the Adriatic. Highlights include UNESCO Alberobello and whitewashed Ostuni.
One of the flattest cycling routes in our programme, this is a great holiday for older couples or first timers. Highlights include gorgeous Comacchio, historic Ravenna, the university town of Bologna, with its leaning towers, and the splendid Renaissance city of Ferrara.
This single centre cycling holiday is a perfect choice for people wanting a genuine grass-roots Italian experience. You'll stay on a family-run farm, in the heart of the Venetian countryside, with private pool and vineyards. Venice, Verona and Padua are all possible day trips.
This 10-night holiday combines gentle pedalling through olive groves, sunflower fields and vineyards with time in gorgeous historic towns and sun-drenched villages with 4 nights spent in Spoleto with its fantastic architecture and opportunities to visit Rome and Norcia, famed for its cured meats.
Explore Sardinia's wild west coast to discover a delightful mix of historical legacy, dazzling white sand beaches and varied coastal bird life. Swimming opportunities every day and wonderfully individual hotels each night.
This 7-night cycling route explores Sicily's unspoilt western coast, a sun-drenched landscape of golden bays, azure waters, swaying vines and tiny farming hamlets unchanged over the years. Lots of historic interest too: mediaeval Erice, ancient Segesta and sea-facing Marsala.
Wonderfully easy hotel-to-hotel cycling route exploring the pretty villages, villas and castles of the Venetian countryside. Lots of historic interest and great regional cooking! A day trip to Venice is a 'must' with Padua and Vicenza also within reach.