Park those cars and grab your bikes — cycling tours are the green way to explore the world this summer.
Whether you want to explore your own backyard or leap across the pond this summer, there’s a bike tour that’s right for you.

Chile, known for its unique sculptures and architecture, is a beautiful place to cycle. With tours continuing year round, this sunny South American destination is the perfect place to get your tan on while exploring all that Chile has to offer. This eight-day tour includes hotel, seven breakfasts, five lunches and two dinners. You will get to explore Santiago, trek to El Morado Glacier, enjoy a wine tasting in the Colchagua Valley and so much more. This is an intermediate-level tour great for those who want to stay active while travelling this summer.

Starting in Provence, this French bike tour is for the leisurely rider travelling an average of 40 kilometres a day to work off all the wine and cheese he or she eats in the area. This trip is about relaxation and luxury with daily non-rider options. You can also choose to bring your own bike or rent one from the tour company. Your trip begins with a warm-up ride on the first day, moving on to St.-Rémy Loop to Les Baux-de-Provence and St.-Rémy to Gordes via Ménerbes. This trip will take you to some exciting spots, including the sanitarium where Vincent van Gogh created his final paintings.

This summer travel to beautiful Croatia, ride an average 60 kilometres per day while exploring the rural beauty and charming villages of Trieste, Italy, before you move on to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Pore and its Byzantine basilica, as well as many other amazing locations. This trip includes bike rental, a Ciclismo jersey and water bottle, one-on-one coaching, all accommodations, breakfasts, six dinners, two lunches and much more. Enjoy the serenity of Croatia with this eight-day, seven-night, intermediate-level ride where you will cover over 500 kilometres of Croatia’s natural and historically preserved beauty.

Can’t decide between France and Italy this summer? Check out northern Sardinia’s prominent Italian culture and Corsica’s French flair. These two equally beautiful, culturally diverse islands are available for this eleven-day tour on five separate dates from August to October. Enjoy local seafood and swim in clear blue coves or go on the island hopping boat tour and unwind. Stay in beautiful hotels along the way like the Calabona, Hôtel Marinca & Spa and Palazzu u Domu. Anything you could want from a Mediterranean adventure.

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