Featured Trips

Friuli Chef Bike Tour
Friuli Chef Bike Tour
33018 Tarvisio, Province of Udine, Italy
18 Jun, 2022
Lake Garda to Venice Lagoon
Lake Garda to Venice Lagoon
37019 Peschiera del Garda, VR, Italy
18 Jun, 2022
Peloton Road Riders Provence 2022
Peloton Road Riders Provence 2022
13210 Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France
27 Jun, 2022

Past Trips

Hiking Tuscany Val D'orcia
Hiking Tuscany Val D'orcia
Pienza, Province of Siena, Italy
31 May, 2021
Heather's Test Trip
Heather's Test Trip
Grado, Province of Gorizia, Italy
01 Aug, 2021
Friuli and Slovenia Plus
Friuli and Slovenia Plus
Grado, Province of Gorizia, Italy
05 Sep, 2021

Reviews

We had a great experience! Good food, excellent guides, wonderful accommodations, and superlative hiking!
By Robert B for Hiking Cinque Terre on 24 Oct, 2021
This was one of the best cycling trips to Italy I have ever done (and I have done MANY)! Beppe is a fantastically gifted itinerary planner. This particular route is unusually scenic, varied and perfectly paced. The mountains, Barolo and truffles of Piemonte to the gorgeous sea air and vistas on the Ligurian coast with cycling museums, wine tasting and a stop along the way for chestnut gelato! The trip could not have been better planned or executed!
By Lauren F for Piedmont and Liguria Peloton Mag edition on 06 Oct, 2021
This is the second trip with Tourissimo that we have taken. This trip was an 11/10!!. I have been to the Piedmont region before and it is magical. The food and wine (obviously with the Borolo wines) is amazing. The trip from the Borolo region through the Apennine is without compare. They massive and gorgeous, with green everywhere, sparsely populated with amazing little towns dotted throughout. Castles, streams, lakes, very little car traffic, beutiful chesnut and other forrests, nocciolo forrests. There was a little feeling of Switzerland but with the people, food and drink of Italy. Then, to top it all off you arrive at the Ocean in the amazing towns of Liguira Finale, Laiguelia and San Remo. The italian riviera is spectacular. The mountains come right down to the ocean with stunning white marble and green hills. This is not a ride for beginners for sure, but the climbs are steady and can be done by people who train and are not professionals (speaking from a recreational 55 year old rider). That said there is alot of the days spent on the bike, which we throughly enjoyed. The food and accomodations were perfect. Loved the bike hotel at the end, great mix of people from all over the world. BEST TRIP EVER!!!
By Rachel S for Piedmont and Liguria Peloton Mag edition on 06 Oct, 2021