Autumn Cycling Cycling holidays
Autumn is a great time to go cycling, as the weather is still warm and sunny, but there are fewer crowds. Freewheel Holidays offers a variety of autumn cycling holidays in countries like Spain, France, and Italy.
Spain: The Costa Brava is a beautiful coastline with stunning scenery and mild weather in the autumn. Freewheel Holidays offers a variety of cycling holidays along the Costa Brava, from easy routes for beginners to more challenging routes for experienced cyclists.
France: The Loire Valley is a popular destination for cyclists, with its rolling hills, vineyards, and chateaux. Freewheel Holidays offers a variety of cycling holidays in the Loire Valley, including a self-guided tour that allows you to explore the region at your own pace.
Italy: Tuscany is another popular destination for cyclists, with its rolling hills, olive groves, and vineyards. Freewheel Holidays offers a variety of cycling holidays in Tuscany, including a guided tour that takes you to some of the region’s most famous landmarks.
All Freewheel Holidays’ autumn cycling holidays include:
- Fully supported accommodation
- Luggage transfers
- Bike hire
- Maps and route instructions
- E-Bike Option
If you’re looking for a fun and active way to experience Europe in the autumn, then one of Freewheel Holidays’ cycling holidays is the perfect choice for you.
Here are some additional tips for planning your autumn cycling holiday:
- Choose a destination with mild weather. The weather in Spain, France, and Italy is typically warm and sunny in the autumn, making it ideal for cycling.
- Pack for all types of weather. Even though the weather is usually good in the autumn, it’s always a good idea to pack for all types of weather, just in case.
- Be prepared for crowds. Autumn is a popular time to travel, so be prepared for crowds, especially in popular tourist destinations.
- Book your holiday early. Autumn is a popular time to travel, so it’s a good idea to book your holiday early to avoid disappointment.
Starting in the city of Valencia, capital of its province, and ending in the coastal town of Peñiscola you will see historical architecture, culture, and beautiful nature scenes. In between the start and finish you can expect quiet country lanes and nature parks full of interesting wildlife, for example in the Albufera Nature Park. Much of the route being along the Mediterranean coast will also give ample opportunity to stop and swim in the sea. Don’t think we forgot your tastebuds, enjoy paella from its city of origin and eat in local seafood restaurants on the port.
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