Our PRACTICEBICYCLE Bike Tour in ITALY at GIRO 2015 was absolutely fabulous!
First class all the way, Bridget and Paul were amazing hosts. The quality of accommodation, food, day excursions, cycling, (everything) and the care they gave us was fantastic.
Cathy, I would highly recommend Practice Bicycle Tours to any of your customers that wish to experience an amazing bike tour in Italy and a cycling holiday with their partners. Practice Bicycle Tours would have to be the best in the business and know their stuff”… I can’t speak highly enough about how professional they are and how precisely they can tailor both the cycling and relaxing to the specific needs of their guests. I can 100% guarantee that Helloworld Travel Agency will reap the rewards if they advertise and promote this cycling company to any of your customers! It’s Premium, It’s a Bike Tour with a difference!
The Liguria Region
The Sun-Splashed Liguria Riviera with its famous winding coast roads and amazing terraces…makes for a perfect escape with your bike tour in Italy. Unpack Once – Cycle Everyday with your cycling package just across the French border in Sanremo, Italy only a short transfer from Nice Airport and also serviced with the rail network.
The city of Sanremo, which was founded in Roman times, is known as “The Pearl of the Riviera of the flowers”, famous all over the world not only for tourism but also for its association with the production of flowers, which are cultivated on the hillsides and exported all over the world.
The Liguria region is the coastal region of North-Western Italy and has over 250 traditional local products ranging from pastas, breads, meats, fish, dairy products and olive oils.
The cuisine of the area owes the quality of its recipes to the authenticity of its products. Not too be missed: The pesto, king of Liguria sauces, the Liguria-style stock fish cooked all over the region with slight variations, or the Liguria-style rabbit, another extremely appetising dish.
Vine-growing – just like olive growing – has ancient origins since it was introduced into Liguria by Benedictine monks who managed to patiently and skilfully select the best vines for this land. In recent years, the production of wine along the Western Riviera has been steadily increasing and it can offer you excellent wines, among which the Rossese di Dolceacqua is well worth mentioning!