Who doesn’t love a good cycling holiday? Of course, we all do! So today, we want to help you choose your next destination. Here are 8 of Europe's best cycling locations.
Girona is the cream of cycling destinations in Europe. It’s surrounded by fantastic and easily accessible cycling routes that pretty much offer any riding experience you would ever need or want.
The Dolomites, Italy
The Dolomites are breathtaking. The roads are windy, the tracks are craggy, and the views will leave your jaw on the floor.
The Algarve, Portugal
Portugal is a growing cycling destination. It has a lot of the same characteristics as its neighbour, the Iberian peninsula, but it’s a little less mainstream.
Northern Scotland, UK
The best way to discover Scotland is on a bike with a tent on your back. It’s a totally liberating way to explore a place, and Scotland might just be one of the best ones to do it in due to the vast array of signposted routes, beautiful scenery, and rural landscapes.
Probably one of the best-known cycling destinations in Europe. Swap grey skies for the sun-kissed Balearic island.
Haute Alps, France
The French Alps were always going to be on this list. These are some of the most famous climbs in the world, let alone Europe, thanks to the sport’s biggest events, the Tour de France and Giro d’Italia.
Tuscany is one of the most beautiful spots in Europe to visit. The famous white roads are some of the best in Europe and are a delight to ride on.
Julian Alps, Slovenia
Slovenia is a bit of an unknown spot in Europe. That said, an excellent destination for mountain bikers and road cyclists alike, the country has plenty of brilliant off-road routes and rideable, tricky roads that take you high up into the Julian Alps.