Multi day tours

If your time schedule allows it, for a true sense of achievement, doing one of our multi day tours is what cycling is all about: starting in one place and ending in another. In between, you’re bound to discover a wide variety of different terrains, cities, villages… and most importantly, learn things about yourself.

For shorter tours, you may want to consider one of our micro adventures

multi-day cycling tour in Provence

A Short Escape in Beaujolais

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Region: Beaujolais

Come on this self-guided Burgundy cycling tour and experience all that the Beaujolais region has to offer! (And no, it’s not just wine!) This beautiful region offers a wide variety of terrains for cycling and many historical sites, as well as vineyards for as far as the eye can see. Stop and picnic in the shade of a castle or take a break and do a wine tasting. It’s the beauty of a self-guided tour: the choice is up to you!

3 nights/4 days

From 575 euros

View of a village from a Beaujolais vineyard

Beaujolais Cycling

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Region: Beaujolais

Come and experience all that the Beaujolais region has to offer on this multi day tour in Burgundy! (And no, it’s not just wine!) This beautiful region offers a wide variety of terrains for cycling and many historical sites, as well as vineyards for as far as the eye can see. Stop and picnic in the shade of a castle, or take a break and do a wine tasting. It’s the beauty of self-guided tours; the choice is up to you!

5 nights/6 days

From 860 euros

Cycling Jaunt Through Upper Provence

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Region: Provence

If you can only spare a few days in Provence, this short cycling tour in Provence might be the ideal bicycle tour for you!  It is an adapted version of one of our best-loved bicycle tours in Provence.

Though Provence is known for being warm, peaceful, and relaxing – which it certainly is – the landscapes in the region vary wildly.

3 nights/4 days

From 730 euros

Riding through the Gorges de la Nesque during Cycling Jaunt through Upper Provence de

Cycling Through Lavender

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Region: Provence

Located between the Alps and Provence, our lavender route highlights the beauty and culture of these intersecting regions. With an exceptional Provençal climate, it is very typical for the region to receive about 300 days of sun per year. The true draw of this region, however, is the unmistakable and calming aroma of endless lavender fields combined with pure Alpine-fresh mountain air — a feast for the senses that both invigorates and soothes.

5 nights/6 days

From 790 euros

Cyclist in the middle of a lavender field

From Geneva To Montreux

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Region: Geneva / Lake Geneva

Come and experience the magic that Switzerland has to offer! Cycling from Geneva to Montreux, metropolitan hub to musical wonderland, your ride will be filled with beautiful views of Europe’s second-largest freshwater lake, and of course, plenty of delicious Swiss chocolate. You will be treated to varying landscapes: bodies of water, mountain slopes, and man-made architecture, including Lausanne’s International Olympic Committee headquarters—where you’ll feel right at home with many other cyclists.

5 nights/6 days

From 810 euros

Road bikes are the perfect option for this tour from Geneva to Montreux

Geneva to Alpe d'Huez

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Region: Geneva / French Alps

One of our most challenging multi day tours, this award-winning Alpe d’Huez cycling tour (one of our favorites) takes place in our playground — we’re based right across the border from Geneva, in France!

Our extraordinary journey will take you from the shores of Lake Geneva to the world-famous alpine resort of Alpe d’Huez. In between, you’ll climb some of France’s most famous cols: Colombiere, Aravis, Saisies, Madeleine, Telegraphe, Galibier, and Alpe d’Huez.

5 nights/6 days

From 865 euros

Cycle from Geneva to Alpe d'Huez on this challenging bike tour

Geneva to Annecy: Famous Climbs and Lesser-Known Passes

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Region: Geneva / Annecy

Here’s a seriously beautiful tour for serious cyclists! This tour links three of Europe’s most magical lakes: Geneva, Bourget and Annecy. Follow in the tracks of your Tour de France heroes as you cycle thrilling mountain passes, take in stunning panoramas, and pass through picturesque Alpine villages along the most unforgettable cycling climbs around Geneva.

5 nights/6 days

From 670 euros

Taking a break by Lake Bourget during the Famous Climbs cycle tour

Linking Lakes and Cultures: Geneva to Interlaken

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Region: Geneva / Switzerland

Experience the essence of Switzerland on one of our multi day tours in Switzerland, from the French to the German- speaking regions.

You’ll pedal through noted vineyards and famous cheese-producing villages, tour medieval castles and visit Gothic cathedrals. You’ll look up at towering mountain peaks and down upon shimmering alpine lakes.

6 nights/7 days

From 1,185 euros

Riding along Lake Geneva between Geneva and Interlaken

The Upper French Alps: Geneva to Geneva

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Region: Geneva / French Alps

You’ll be riding in what we affectionately call “our playground,” since we cycle these roads regularly. Believe us; you’ll be mesmerized by the scenery! With Lake Geneva and Mont-Blanc as a backdrop, your daily rides snake through the Chablais mountainous area and skirt the southern shore of Lake Geneva, one of the few spots in the world that can cause blisters from excessive photo taking. Finally, on your last day, you’ll cross the lake at Yvoire—an impossibly photogenic medieval village that extends into the lake on a striking peninsula—and ride through the Swiss Jura.

4 nights/5 days

From 595 euros

Cycle some of the most famous cols in the Haute Savoie region

Three Lake Cycling: Geneva, Bourget, & Annecy

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Region: Geneva / French Alps

This unique Alpine tour makes it possible for leisurely riders to experience the captivating cycling routes of the Alps without the hassle of hills. Linking the three major lakes of the area (Lake Geneva, Lake Bourget, and Lake Annecy), the cycling routes essentially follow river paths along the Rhône and Isère rivers, taking in historic villages, stunning natural scenery, lush meadows and valleys, and picturesque peaks along the way.

5 nights/6 days

From 670 euros

Riding hybrid bikes on our Three Lake Cycling tour between Geneva, Aix les Bains and Annecy

Upper Provence, Ventoux, and Luberon

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Region: Provence

Beginning in Mazan at the foot of Mont-Ventoux and ending in the village of Roussillon in Luberon, the itinerary features relatively short daily rides, allowing you to fully experience Provence rather than just see it as you pass by. With options to climb legendary Mont Ventoux, or snake through the Gorges de la Nesque, some of those views will be your reward for pedaling all of those kilometers!

5 nights/6 days

From 750 euros

Ride through the beautiful Provence countryside on this tour through Upper Provence

Ventoux to Alpe d'Huez

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Region: Provence / French Alps

Experience some of the most famous Tour de France climbs in Provence and in the Southern Alps for yourself on an extraordinary 6-day tour cycling from Mont Ventoux to Alpe d’Huez. Cycle up the “Giant of Provence” and follow our Tour-de-France-worthy itinerary through the majestic Alps.

5 nights/6 days

From 810 euros

Cyclist en route to Alpe d'Huez from the Mont Ventoux

Via Rhona: Geneva to Lyon in 6 days

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Region: Geneva / French Alps

Ancient navigators first spurred the development of the Rhône river valley, bringing new ideas to a quiet region of fierce natural beauty. Over the centuries, some communities along its banks grew rapidly — into sophisticated cities like Lyon and Geneva, who still attract visitors in droves — while others never quite progressed beyond sleepy little outposts. Today, traffic is diverted to highways and railways, leaving the riverbanks in peace and quiet… for cyclists! This allows you to enjoy one of our best self-guided cycling trips from Switzerland to France!

5 nights/6 days

From 860 euros

Riding a hybrid bike near Chanaz following the Via Rhona