On Headwater's activity holidays in Tuscany you'll discover beautiful, timeless landscapes, great art cities and truly outstanding cuisine. For many, the great art city of Florence is the most beautiful city in the world. You can hunt for bargains at San Lorenzo market, or cross to the quieter side of the Arno at the Boboli Gardens. Away from the cities, the countryside is home to a wealth of bird and animal life - look out for badgers foraging in the fields, herons and otters by the streams and golden eagles soaring overhead.
Whether you're looking for a cycling holiday or walking, Tuscany offers you a great choice. You can sample the best of the countryside and classic cities on our hotel-to-hotel walking and cycling holidays in Tuscany, and on our single-centre trips you'll experience archetypal Tuscany and home-grown food.
Tuscany is quintessential and timeless Italy, offering a wealth of stunning locations to discover on a walking or cycling holiday. And despite its popularity it remains largely unspoilt. This was the beloved homeland of Galileo, Dante and Machiavelli. And it was here that Michelangelo, Donatello and Leonardo da Vinci lived and worked.
But don't just take our word for how amazing it is - you must see it for yourself. If you're about to plan your next holiday and have any questions about one of our activity holidays in Tuscany, one of our experienced team will be able to help.
Based in the town of Chianciano Terme, on this single-centre walking holiday you’ll experience archetypal Tuscany: stunning timeless landscapes, delicious rustic cuisine, friendly local people and, of course, interesting walking routes.
This single-centre cycling holiday introduces you to quintessential Tuscany; it has all the ingredients to create a wonderful lasting impression of this rightly famous region: the landscapes, the food, the people and, of course, perfect cycling routes.This is not just a cycling holiday it is an immersion into local Tuscan life.
Cycle from the iconic leaning tower of Pisa to the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, passing through beautiful Tuscan landscape that inspired artists and composers such as Leonardo da Vinci and Puccini. The gentle cycling is mainly along riverside paths and quiet roads, and there are the opportunities to lengthen the rides, or take the train at some stages to spend extra time at your destinations.