Group Tours

In Scotland these tours might be better named as "supported tours" because with no cycling leader each party is free to travel independently at their own pace. The advantage, however, is the support of well informed guide to supply information about places of interest and ensure that your bike is ready to go. The luggage is moved ahead each day and the support vehicle sweeps the road to offer a lift if you wish a break from cycling. Most persons choose to join in the evening meal to exchange stories of the day and over the week friendships are created which outlast the holiday.


Urquhart Castle
A spectacular journey from Inverness,the Capital of the Highlands, along the shores of Loch Ness to Fort William. Cycling on special paths and quiet forest trails, you will enjoy magnificent views of lochs and mountains and will have a chance to see some of the abundant wildlife such as red deer and golden eagles. A rest day in Fort William to explore, try some mountain biking in the forest or climb mighty Ben Nevis, Scotland's highest mountain.


Cycle path on the top of Gubalowka Hill
The Tatra Mountains are the highest mountain range in the Carpathian Mountains separating Poland from its southern neighbour, Slovakia. The Podhale - "Mountain meadows" is Poland's most southern region and is located in the foothills of the Tatra Mountains.


This unspoilt island, part of the Italian state, has a character all its own. It is an unspoilt land where timestands still and traditions have remained unaltered over the centuries. 


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A journey through history to experience the part of Spain ruled by the Arab Empire for eight centuries. This occupation which ended in the 15th century left a cultural and architectural heritage of immense importance.


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Cycle the far south of the Iberian Pensinula, where Europe meets Africa through the provinces of Málaga and Cádiz with their fine combination of mountain and coastal scenery.Begin high in the mountains in the town of Ronda and then slowly descend westwards towards the coast.



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