In the Dolomites, you will find colour everywhere. From the soft pink stone and brilliant blues of the glacial lakes to bright saffron and wild lilies that jostle vividly in lush summer meadows, this destination bursts with beauty.
There are so many amazing discoveries to be made in this stunning location. During your cycling holiday in the Dolomites, be sure not to miss the breathtaking moment when towering rock walls turn into a glowing display of pink hues in the evening light.
If you're looking to explore the Dolomites by bike you won't be disappointed on our Bolzano, Verona and Venice ride tour. On your trip, you will have the chance to admire Lake Garda, stay in Verona and visit the likes of Doge's Palace, the Rialto Bridge and Piazza San Marco.
The Dolomites are just not like any other mountains. Hidden away in the north east corner of Italy, they remain a real haven from commercial tourism and provide a dramatic ever-changing landscape ideal for exploring. Sixty million years of erosion have sculpted jagged spires, hanging glaciers, tortured columns and 'moonscape' plateaux, which provide a spectacular backdrop to the open pastures, a staggering array of wild flowers and gently undulating woods.
Spectacular riding from the stunning Dolomites to Venice. Starting from Bolzano, the capital of the South Tyrol, you'll follow gentle riverside tracks through fragrant orchards and vineyards to reach Lake Garda. Continue the ride through the beautiful cities of Verona, Padova and finally exploring the canals and waterways of Venice.
Discover a unique fusion of German and Italian landscapes and architecture as you cycle through relaxed waterfront towns, cosmopolitan cities and traditional pastel-painted Alpines villages to Riva, 'Pearl of Lake Garda'.
Enjoy the spectacular scenery of the Dolomites by bike while avoiding the need to ride up any long climbs. We explore the beautiful valleys of the Alta Pusteria, visiting Brunico, Lake Toblach, Cortina d’Ampezzo and crossing into the Austrian Tyrol to explore mediaeval Lienz. We stay in a family-run three-star hotel in Dobbiaco with a spa and swimming pool.