Cycling tourism

We would like to propose stays of two or more days with the possibility of arriving by bike or renting from companies in Montepulciano and surroundings.

At your disposal in the structure there is a shed, video supervised, where you can store your bikes. In the shed there is the possibility to recharge e-bikes for free.

We are available to recommend routes suitable for everyone from the shortest to 70 km.

Our structure is located in Tuscany, between the Val d'Orcia and Val di Chiana, on the border between Lazio and Umbria, which means that within 30 km the landscape changes completely, gastronomy and culture. Recently there are very beautiful trails, marked and mapped, to do with both the muscle bike with the e-Bike, also recommended here, in the rolling hills of Tuscany, as the slopes can reach 10%-15%.

The cycle tourism in these areas, is evolving and this is a positive thing, so far there was mainly an elitist tourism based mainly on food and wine, but the tourism of trekking and cycling amplifies and highlights the beauty and richness and complexity of these territories, as indeed throughout Italy.

For e-bike or bike rentals:

http://www.urbanbikery.it/

http://www.e-biketuscany.com/

http://bye.bike/

http://www.stradebiancherental.it/

Useful applications:

Val d'Orcia Outdoor: iOS, Android

Nobile Biking (Urban Bikery) www.nobilebiking.it

Nice tour of the Val d'Orcia of medium difficulty, it has quite challenging gradients and dirt roads.

For muscular bicycles it is advisable to have a good training.

Ideal tour for E-Bikes and Gravel bikes. 

Absolutely relaxing tour to discover the Valdichiana, on road (pay attention) and on bike path.

Wonderful tour to discover the most beautiful and significant landscapes of our territory.

We recommend E bikes, Gravel or MTB.

From April to October you can stop at the shelter of Pietra Porciana to enjoy a great meal or just relax.

You can also visit the beautiful villa La Foce and discover the life story of Iris Origo, her husband and "their people", the landscape architect Cecil Pinsent, who first created the vision of the Val d'Orcia...

https://www.pietraporciana.com/

https://www.lafoce.com/it/

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