Boat bike tours in Italy
If you’re looking for good reasons to consider boat bike tours in Italy, here are four of them: mysterious Venice, the idyllic Amalfi Coast, the temptations of Sicily, and legendary Tuscany.
We offer cycle and cruise trips through each of these wonderful areas, giving you the chance to soak up their unique and breathtaking vistas, taste their delightful wines and distinct culinary specialties, and get to know each region’s vastly different culture. At the end of each day’s relaxed cycling tours, you’ll savor Italian dishes cooked by the chef on your ship and settle down to a solid night’s rest in your cabin. Ready for another day of the Dolce Vita!
Center of attention — Tuscan & Amalfi/Napolitan cycle cruises
Each of our tours explores different areas of attractive Italy; for example, our Amalfi Coast trip takes in the best of Amalfi’s seaboard attractions and combines these with the highlights of the Gulf of Naples. Cycle the lemon-scented islands of Capri, stroll the narrow streets steeped in history in Pompeii & Sorrento and admire lovely views of the Tyrrhenian Sea.
Our other central Italian tour is a sail and bike adventure through Tuscany. Cycle through the painterly landscapes of Tuscany’s rolling hills, stopping in ancient villages, vineyards and every night at the sailing ship Atlantis, which will await you at ports and sandy beaches.
Sicilian senses or Venetian style on boat bike tours in Italy
If it’s Italy’s south that calls you, then our bike and sail tours through the UNESCO-listed volcanic landscapes of Sicily and the Aeolian Islands is perfect for you. Board a caicco yacht for eight days of island hopping, beaches, sumptuous meals, and fiery Italian nature.
Or take the classic northern canal and cycling tour along the Po River, from Mantova to Venice; one of those boat bike tours in Italy where nature and centuries of history meet. Take in the fortress of Ostiglia, the heartland of Grana Padano cheese, the Po Wetlands and the fishing village of Chioggia, before arriving in Venice Lagoon — La Serenissima!