You can plan relaxing cycling holidays in Italy with plenty of stops for coffee and gelato along the way or you can opt for a more challenging ride on routes which take you into the Alps. There are plenty of options for every level and style of cyclist in Italy.
There is a coastal cycle path that stretches just over 160km on the Gulf of Naples. The views along the path are spectacular and there are a number of small villages along the way to explore if you need a break from cycling. This route is available as a guided option or you could cycle it on your own. Most of the cycle path is fairly flat making this a great ride for families and novice cyclists.
The longest signposted cycle path in Italy goes from St. Bernard's Pass to St. Peters. The entire route is nearly 100km and passes through farmlands, vineyards and ancient picturesque villages.
For one of the most challenging cycling holidays in Italy. Head into the Italian Alps to cycle along some of the most scenic passes in the world. Try the Stelvio Pass which features 7 tunnels and 30 hairpin bends along the steep 32km route.