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Wine Estates

Indulge and revitalise on our tour of two premium Tuscan wine resorts. This cycling holiday in Italy will take you through the vine-clad hills of this world-famous wine region, with professional cycling guides at your disposal!
tuscany countryside
white road in tuscany


When cycling in Italy, why not spend three days and three nights luxuriating at the Buonamico estate just outside the fortified medieval village of Montecarlo, near Lucca? Explore the wine-making process, and cycle deep into the surrounding countryside to visit ancient villages and sample delicious local produce and wines.

Then embark on a tour of the famous Chianti region, where medieval towns, stunning vistas and white truffles await. It’s an unforgettable experience!

530 km
8 days
7 nights
7 cycling days
7,550 m

Trail Highlights

Discover first-hand the phases of wine production at Buonamico, from grape harvest, to bottling, and wine tasting.

Ride the ancient walls of Lucca, then explore its medieval architecture. Gaze at Pisa’s famous leaning tower from the peak of Monte Serra. Immerse yourself in the lush forests of Castelvecchio.

Sample one of world’s three best wines in timeless Castello di Volpaia.

Sorrento’s brilliant blue seas
yellow villa in tuscan region
Tour and Stopovers

“Life is like a 10-speed bicycle.
Most of us have gears we never use.”

— Charles M. Schultz


What better than great food, wine and cycling?

Taste wines to your heart’s content. Tuck into a feast of Tuscan delicacies. Think full-bodied olive oils, panforte and regional pasta specialties, washed down with Cabernet and Chianti Classico . . . not forgetting those delectable San Miniato white truffles.

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Look Forward to

Village of Collodi, where tiny houses cascade down the hill like a waterfall.

Beautiful La Rocca di Montestaffoli and Torre Grossa, at San Gimignano.

Stunning views from the charming hilltop town of Panzano.