Cyclisthotel is offering all kind of cyclists, be they road cyclists, mountain bikers or cycletourists, the possibility of finding tourism operators specializing in the organization of bicycle excursions and guided rides in different areas of Italy, Europe and other geographic locations.
These tourism operators, road cycling and mtb guides, thanks to the deep knowledge of their surrounding areas, provide a wide choice of excursions, itineraries and guided rides to enable the holiday seekers to discover and enjoy the beauties and the most remarkable and evocative places of the chosen territory.
The Etruscan Coast, the scent of Tuscany
The Etruscan Coast, in the province of Livorno, is one of the places on our peninsula that offers spaces, roads and ideal atmosph
Welcome to the Euganean Hills
The Euganean Hills unexpectedly stand out in the heart of the Venetian plain along with their distinctive co
Tuscany, cradle of culture, art and cycling
From the Etruscans to the Romans to the Renaissance, Tuscany is possibly the greatest
Lake Maggiore is one of the most beautiful Italian lakes that enchanted and amazed all the artists that lived on its banks.
Colli Berici, also called Monti Berici despite the modest height that barely reaches 400 meters, is a limestone massif secondary to the pre-Alpine chain and, in miniature, reflects
Bike paths in the Parks of Emilia Romagna Apennines
Two wheel enthusiasts have the new chance to practice their favorite sport in an u
Val d'Orcia, the pleasure of the slow pedaling
The Val d'Orcia is the area southern of Siena province including Montalcino, Pienza, Radicofani, San Quirico and Ca
The Dolomites, the most beautiful mountains in the world, a world heritage site
The Dolomites, also called Pale Mountains, are a set of mountain ranges in the Eastern &nb
Sicily, the gem of the Mediterranean sea
Sicily, the largest of the Italian islands, is one of the pearls of Southern Italy and can be discovered by bicycle, underst
Trentino Alto Adige is situated in the very north of Italy bordering Austria and Switzerland, and is best known for the beauty of its peaks.
Its territory stre
Friuli Venezia Giulia, screaming ascents
This region is situated in Italy's northeast and borders Slovenia and Austria.
The Pyrenees, the cathedrals of cycling
The Pyrenees are a mountain range that forms the border between France and Spain, and extend f
The Island of Elba, located in front of the Piombino canal is the largest of the Tuscan Archipelago islands and is part of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park.
Cycling in Veneto, the myth of the Giro d'Italia
In spring, when meadows and woods turn bright green, Veneto' s roads turn pin
The Carpegna is enough for me ....
The ascent to Monte Carpegna was the favorite training destination of Marco Pantani that in an interview declared : 'The Carpegna i
Maremma, wild and unspoiled Tuscan territory to be explored by bicycle
The vastness of the Maremman region make it extraordinarily diverse. Hugging the Tyrrhenian coast a
Mont Ventoux, the Giant of Provence
The Mont Ventoux, the Giant of Provence, is a mountain massif in Provence - Southern France - whose top reaches 1,912
The Berlin-Copenhagen route is one of the major routes that is part of the Eurovelo great project of the European Cyclists' Federation
Alpe d’ Huez, the climb symbol of the Tour de France
L 'Alpe d' Huez is a ski resort in the French Alps in the depa
Cycling and mountain biking in the province of Forli Cesena, the green heart of Romagna
From the magnificent green of the mountai
Mountainbiking in the province of Modena - Cimone Bike Park
Mountain bikers of all levels will find the right track for their wheels on Mount Cimone. The area features 12
The hills of Piacenza, land of magic valleys, medieval villages and vineyards
The province of Piacenza is enclosed between the Po river and the Apennines.
Apulia by bike
Apulia is truly a fascinating region, and to discover some of its most beautiful places by bicycle makes the traveling an unforgettable experien
The Francigena Way from Canterbury to Rome
Starting in the High Middle Ages, the Via Francigena was for centuries the route followed b