Explore breathtaking and challenging road bike tours in the “Roadbike Holidays” regions. Collect metres of elevation gain, wind your way from hairpin curve to hairpin curve or simply enjoy the magnificent views of the Alpine peaks and lakes. No matter which of the eight tours in this Collection you ultimately choose, one thing is certain: comfort and relaxation await you when you finish. Each tour starts at one of the "Roadbike Holidays" hotels. These hotels pamper cyclists with expertise, as well as culinary delicacies and relaxing SPA areas.
South Tyrol's South with the South Tyrolean Wine Route and Lake Caldaro offers the perfect mix of racing, culture and pleasure holidays. There are great tours along the Adige, to neighboring Trentino to the northern Lake Garda and the Dolomites with the Karer Pass and the Gardena Pass. Cool off in the Kalterer See. For a change between your sporting activities, the Italian flair and the one or other noble drops of wine.The "Dolomite Tour" we present here is perfect for exploring the region. It leads you to Canazei, the Val Gardena and Arabba, as well as the Pordoi Pass, the Campolongo Pass and the Gardena Pass.More information about the tour and the hotel Teutschhaus can be found here: qr.i-mts.net/i4lssak.
The South Tyrolean Wine Route is a beautiful scenic road that you will discover best on the racing bike. Here you cycle past palm trees, cypresses and lemon trees. A particularly nice tour is the "Mezzocorona - Wine Road Tour". It leads through fruit and wineries in the well-known wine villages Caldaro, Tramin, Kurtatsch and Margreid. Lake Kalterer also invites you for a short stopover. Information about the tour and the hotel can be found here: qr.i-mts.net/t80i180.
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The Vinschgau in the west of South Tyrol has a lot to offer racers. If you like to collect altitude meters, you will venture over the Stilfserjoch, one of the highest passages in the Alps. However, if you prefer to take it easy, take a look at the Etschrad route along the ancient Roman Via Claudia Augusta. Also very worth seeing is the Reschensee, from which stands an old church tower.This tour from Naturns to Marling and Lana takes you to such highlights as the Kalterer See, the Forst brewery and the railway museum. Further information about the tour and the hotel can be found here: qr.i-mts.net/0rqg7rw
The racing bike region Nauders am Reschenpass is located in the 3-country corner Austria, Italy and Switzerland. Within a radius of 100 kilometers, more than 20 mountain passes are waiting to be cycled.The "3-country Giro" tour is just for the hard-core. It leads over the Reschenpass, the Stilfser Joch, the Umbrailpass and the Ofenpass. A true challenge. More information about the hotel and the tour can be found here: qr.i-mts.net/4ynwvrp.
The idyllic mountain village of Arabba is located at over 1,600 meters in the middle of the UNESCO World Natural Heritage Dolomites. Here you have direct connection to the famous Sellaronda.A slightly different tour takes you to the village of Cibiana - also known as the "mountain village of Murales". Since 1980, more than 50 murales - murals - have been made in the village by world-famous Italian and foreign artists. A great highlight on an equally beautiful tour!Information about the tour and the hotel can be found here: qr.i-mts.net/kry8b5l.
Arabba is located in the middle of the Dolomites in Veneto. Before you come here, you should already have a few training sessions intus - light road bike tours are here rather the exception. Anyway, for the tour to the Duran Pass something stamina is required. The road up is narrow, with few turns and ramps up to 14 percent incline. But when you arrive at the top, your reward is already waiting for you: Pure happiness that can not be paid for with money.More information about the hotel and the tour can be found here: qr.i-mts.net/vr51kgx.
The Cortina d'Ampezzo region is best known as a winter and mountain sports center. It lies at 1,200 meters above sea level and is probably one of the most popular and elegant holiday resorts in the Dolomites.The road bike tour to the Passo Staulanza and Passo Giau is not only challenging, but also highly recommended because of the murals in Cibiana di Cadore. More information about the tour and the hotel can be found here: qr.i-mts.net/egxxd92.
Pocol is located in the racing bike region of Cortina d'Ampezzo. There is one thing above all: demanding mountain passes. Some of the most famous are probably the Tre Croci Pass up to the famous Three Peaks and the "Marmolada Tour", which leads around the Dolomites Queen Marmolada.On this tour, you will be taking such highlights as the Giau Pass, the Pordoi Pass and the Falzarego Pass. More information about the hotel and the tour can be found here: qr.i-mts.net/jccuqbg.