Categoria: One Day Trip

mountain bike

MOUNTAIN BIKE IN THE SINGLE TRACK

 

Do you like mountain bike? no problem !! We are happy to introduce you in  amazing single track in the middle of the woods around this area.Whatever your level of experience in this sport is!! We able tours depending on the needs of the customer, being able to lead you on paths and roads suitable for your level of riding.

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san casciano bagni

San Casciano Bagni 30 miles – over gently rolling with one final climb. 

This ride is completely country: for the first 31 km we will ride downhill and very easy gentle rolling hills. We will see Radicofani medieval and enchanting village with a 1200 dating Rocca.
After we continue to Celle sul Rigo and San Casciano Bagni

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Bike Tour San Galgano

Bike Tour San Galgano Abbey, Montesiepi 37 miles over gently rolling to rolling terrain

The bike tour San Galgano start from Siena and we’ll  cycle  until San Galgano  fascinating construction in Cistercian Gothic style, decorations and parts of the architecture were sold (including the roof). Nowadays the building looks like a majestic ruin – completely open-air – but keeps an overwhelming atmosphere, witnessing the past rich history of this religious institution. Proceed to visit the close by Church of Montesiepi, where the famous Sword of San Galgano is preserved, as well as the extraordinary frescoes by Ambrogio Lorenzetti

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bike chianti to radda

Bike Chianti to Radda  30 miles – over gently rolling to rolling terrain

The Bike Chianti to Radda tour start outside the wall of  Siena, from here we set off into the verdant green valleys of the Chianti, along winding roads that cut through the forests and lead upward into Radda. From here we follow the so-called via dei castelli to San Paolo, Ama</; and Lecchi. You’ll be surprised to see vistas are almost alpine, encompassing deep green hillsides with very few houses scattered here and there. Many of the “houses” we’ll see on this route are the venerable castles that are the source of the road’s unofficial nickname. Some of them are now important wineries.

 

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bike chianti tour

Day cycling tour Tuscany, Bike Chianti trip

If you are enchanted by the ethereal photographs you have seen on our web site and all over the world, we urge you to consider spending a day by bike in Chianti countryside, cycling at your own pace through vineyards and olive groves

intermediate level 

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Montalcino bicycle

Montalcino bicycle

Challenging level: 43 miles –rolling terrain with some challenging climbs.

Montalcino bicycle tour start in  the hot springs  town of RAPOLANO TERME  . We follow the street to ASCIANO in the middle of the Crete Senesi land. Soon we start uphill one of the most scenic roads we have in Tuscany and reach SAN GIOVANNI D’ASSO the town of the with truffle. After we ride in a flat area until TORRENIERI where we have the last climb to  MONTALCINO  by bicycle to the town of the very important Italia wine, the  “Brunello wine”. 

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bike tour Cortona

Bike tour Cortona, bike trip Montepulciano

Beginner level: Eveybody can face this bike trip: we start from Montepulciano town  with a 6 km downhill and ride across the Valdichiana valley to get to the famous town of Cortona.After the long downhill we keep going cycling on flat secondary road until to the bottom of Cortona’s hill. You can enjoy the “gondola service” whenever you want. So bike tour Cortona trip is for everybody

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Rapolano Terme - Siena

Ride from Rapolano Terme to Siena

Challenging level: 30 miles –rolling terrain with some challenging climbs.

The Rapolano Terme – Siena tour start in the hot springs town of RAPOLANO TERME. We follow the street to CASTELNUVO BERARDENGA. Soon we start uphill ,we pass through the Chianti area  surrounded by olive groves and  vineyards and reach  Siena , famed for the “Palio”, one of the most beautiful cities of Tuscany. Set on three hills, the city is drawn together by winding alleyways and steep steps, whilst the Piazza del Campo stands at its heart, and the Duomo and St Maria della Scala serve as additional cultural landmarks. (altro…)

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