It’s easy to see why – a well preserved cultural heritage, open borders and efficient infrastructure makes visiting Europe a breeze, and rarely will you have to travel more than a few hours before you can immerse yourself in a new culture, and dive into a different phrasebook. Although it is the world’s smallest continent in land surface area, there are profound differences between the cultures and ways of life in its countries.

Featured Tours

Enjoy Dutch landscapes by wheels and water on this springtime tour through Holland. Sail across the Wadden Sea and Lake Ijsselmeer onboard the beautiful sailing ship, the Leafde fan Fryslân. Your journey will take you through the best tulip areas that the Netherlands has to offer, including the Keukenhof Gardens, famous for its hundreds of thousands of blooming tulips, hyacinths, …

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Cycle a mix of inland and coastal routes close to the famous Ring of Kerry. The Iveragh Peninsula is a stunning region of islands. With Killarney at its epicentre, it is the largest of the ‘five fingers’ of Ireland, better known as the Ring of Kerry. Mystical, beautiful and grand, the route is also a tourist hotspot, so can be …

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From: R 24600

Enjoy historical villages, the River Douro and some of the world’s finest wine This cycling holiday in the Douro will acquaint you with fascinating and magical surroundings, delicious cuisine and some of the world’s finest wines (including, of course Port Wine, for which the region is famous). The ride begins in Castelo Rodrigo, a medieval village close to where Portugal …

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From: R 19800

Discover Puglia’s traditional farmland, Mediterranean coastline and Baroque cities *Reverse Itinerary* Puglia, known for its whitewashed hill towns, traditional farmland, fine cuisine and sweeping Mediterranean coastline, is Italy’s southern heel and, until recently, its best kept secret. With a focus on art, architecture, traditions and local cuisine, this trip explores the region’s highlights. From Matera, a UNESCO listed town carved …

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From: R 22200

On this self-guided walking holiday you’ll explore the beautifully tranquil Langhe region of Piedmont, a gastronomic gem quietly tucked into Italy’s north-western corner On this self-guided, hotel-to-hotel walking holiday, you’ll explore the beautifully tranquil Langhe region of Piedmont, a gastronomic gem quietly tucked into Italy’s north-western corner. Recently recognised by UNESCO, the countryside is a glorious mix of gently rippling, …

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From: R 27200

Scenic self-guided cycling in the UNESCO vineyards of Piedmont Tucked away in northern Italy, Piedmont is a region brimming with vineyard covered, softly rolling hills, sun-drenched hamlets, world-class wines and incredible hotels. Following quiet, traffic-free country roads, the route starts in the lush hazelnut hills, winding through terraces of swaying vines, verdant pine forests and rippling rivers to discover pretty …

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From: R 28400

Explore the eastern side of the Vaucluse, with its colourful Mediaeval villages, eclectic markets and good local wines. With a history dating back to Roman times, today the Vaucluse is a patchwork of vineyards punctuated by olive groves and watched over by the silent majesty of Mt Ventoux – a Mecca for cyclists who come to challenge themselves in emulation …

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From: R 19800

Snowshoe in the wilderness under the Northern Lights Escape to the Finnish wilderness. Spend the week snowshoeing through the Oulanka National Park. Your local guide will lead you through this beautiful landscape allowing you to explore the amazing Finnish Taiga. For the most part, you will stay in a traditional old logging lodge in the middle of nowhere next to …

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Explore Puglia’s unspoilt villages, gently rolling hills with a backdrop of the clear, emerald Adriatic. Puglia offers a wonderful contrast of landscapes, from the fertile farming hamlets, vineyards and orchards of its interior to its dramatic, rocky coastline. Your holiday begins in the picturesque coastal town of Monopoli, from where you follow the coast north, passing white sandy beaches and …

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From: R 35500

With its gentle coastline, hilly little roads through forests, tranquil beaches and charming coastal towns, the Oslofjord region of Norway is a cyclist’s paradise. Quaint harbour towns and villages stretch along the coast – each with its own unique history and attractions. And tranquil country lanes meander around the fjord, leading up to Oslo. Cycling from one beautiful destination to …

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From: R 27800

Regions

The Algarve is rich in culture and diversity. If you are looking for fast paced resorts or a calm tranquil setting either is attainable. The entire region is approx.5400sq km and is graced with over 100 different beaches.

Austrian Alps

Catalunya

Ireland

The capital and largest city of both England and of the United Kingdom, it is also the largest city in Western Europe and the European Union. Situated on the River Thames in South-East England, Greater London has an official population of a little over 8 million. Considered one of the world’s leading “global cities”, London remains an international capital of culture, music, education, fashion, politics, finance and trade.

It is located between Ios and Anafi islands. It is famous for dramatic views, stunning sunsets from Oia town, the strange white aubergine (eggplant), the town of Thira and naturally its very own active volcano.

The Netherlands

Zermatt is surrounded by a range of fabulous mountains, among which the highest of Switzerland: Monte Rosa, but it is famous for the Matterhorn. It was one of the last alpine mountains to be conquered (in 1865), and the first expedition that reached the top ended dramatically (only 3 of the 7 climbers survived).