Escape to Italy before the end of the year for a last minute cycling in Tuscany break. Tuscany is one of the most spectacular stretches on the Via Francigena, the medieval pilgrimage route from Canterbury also known as the Camino to Rome. At CaminoWays.com, the Camino specialists, we have Tuscan cycling adventures to suit cyclists of all levels.
Autumn is harvest time in Tuscany and temperatures are mild; making it the perfect time to get on your bike and explore Tuscany on two wheels.
From late September to late October and even early November, the region enjoys pleasant temperatures ranging from mid-10s (November) to mid-20s (September), ideal weather conditions for walking and cycling.
Visit in September to witness local vineyards harvesting their grape, travel in October to taste the best mushrooms of the season or head to picturesque San Miniato in November for its world-famous ‘White Truffle Festival’. Foodies on the Via Francigena in Autumn will be in for a real treat.
You can also look forward to seeing many beautiful sights along the route including the historic walled town of Lucca, the UNESCO-listed medieval towers of San Gimignano and magnificent Siena, as well as the stunning rolling landscapes of the Tuscan countryside.
CaminoWays.com has cycling in Tuscany itineraries for all levels. See below for some of our latest offers:
Easy cycle from Lucca to Siena
Price starting from €773pps for 7 nights
For beginners and cyclists looking for a relaxing trip, CaminoWays.com recommends an easy 8-day cycle from Lucca to Siena. The tour includes 6 cycling days, covering 14-27kms per day. This tour is suitable for all ages and levels. It is also perfect for families. For itinerary and details: cycling the Via Francigena from Lucca to Siena.
For experienced cyclists
Price starting from €734pps for 6 nights
Start your Via Francigena cycling adventure in the valley town of Aulla, cycling between 31-49kms per day across Tuscany and all the way to Siena.
For itinerary and details: cycling the Via Francigena from Aulla to Siena.
Cycling across Val d’Orcia
Price starting from €722pps for 6 nights
Experienced cyclists can also start in Siena, cycle across the UNESCO listed Val d’Orcia famous for its vineyards and reach the Vatican and Rome, the eternal city.
For itinerary and details: cycling the Via Francigena from Siena to Rome.
Special: Book now for October and get 5% off base price (if you book two months in advance). Special discounts apply to returning customers and children under 18.
Includes: Standard cycling in Tuscany packages include half-board accommodation (breakfast and dinners), luggage transfers from hotel to hotel and holiday pack with practical information.
Does not include: Flights or insurance.
Optional: Ask our team for hotel upgrades, bike rental.
You might also like to read our blog post: Cycling in Tuscany.