This custom bike tour focuses on Langhe region – we put together a special itinerary and we hope you will enjoy also the out of beaten village Vicoforte!
#The famous Langhe hills, an intimate landscape filled with vineyards but also a cycling paradise and former training grounds of an Italian cycling legend Fausto Coppi
#Ride up into the renowned wine village of La Morra
#A private Barolo wine tasting
# Vicoforte elliptical cupola
Food & wine Lovers
From Langhe Unesco Site to undiscovered villages and fortified castles, this Cycling Piedmont tour combines the best of Italian and French cuisine and wine with scenic pedalling through rolling hills dotted with vineyards and castles.
Enjoy robust wines and sophisticated delicacies, including white and black truffles, fragrant cheeses, exquisite pastries and fine chocolates. Join us for heart-pumping rides through river valleys and up vineyard-draped hills. You will stay in Luxury hotels, and eat the kind of luxuriously rustic food that has earned this region more Michelin stars than any other in the country. In spite of the renown of its Barolo and Barbaresco wines, Piemonte is relatively undiscovered; you will experience the spectacular beauty of the Langhe and Roero hills.
welcome La Morra
Welcome to Piedmont. After our rendez vous in Torino Train Station transfer to La Morra
Cappella del barolo: Just few km from La Morra there is and incredible little colored church unique of its kind in Italy.
the Chapel of Barolo, Cappella del Brunate or Chapel of the Madonna Delle Grazie, was built in 1914, next to an existing votive chapel and never consacrate.
Barolo, Monforte D’Alba, Castello di Serralunga
Distance 48 km elevation gain+1021 m / elevation loss -1017 m
In the local dialect, the term Langa refers to the gentle hills which make up the landscape of this area of Piedmont. In the Middle ages, Castles, churches and Abbeys were built in the Langhe, and during the following centuries, noble villas, palaces, towns and cottages.
For anyone who loves wine, a trip to the town of Barolo is something of a pilgrimage. Wander down through the town’s quiet, cobbled streets until you reach the castle and Monforte d’Alba, medieval town built into the hillside with an intricate network of tiny steep streets leading up to an ancient bell tower with lovely views at the top.
Alba the truffle capital
Distance 55 km elevation gain+1190 m / elevation loss -1089 m
Today from La Morra you will reach villa d’Amelia just outside the village of Benevello crossing again Langhe countryside and many villages
From La Morra downhill an first village you see is Grinzane Cavour the castle dominates the ancient village
Road go up and you have a very small little village with castle – Sinio, the big uphill of the day wait for you – then ride up and down for 5 km and start you downhill to Montelupo and Diano d’Alba. stop in ALBA for lunch and explore the capital of white truffle
Barbaresco: Treiso, Barbaresco, Neive, Mango, Donna di Langa
50 km elevation gain 994 m elevation loss 992 m
You will explore the other famous wine region producing Barbaresco, cousin of Barolo.
Starting form you accommodation you have 2 km gentle uphill and soon a nice downhill – after 9 km you get in Treiso Where there are the highest vineyards in the area and some prime truffle –hunting reserve
Keep downhill until the charming village of Barbaresco, name derives from the Latin word “barbarica silver” which means “forest of barbarians
Alta Langa & Vicoforte
Benevello to Vicoforte passing through Alta Langa Bossolasco e Murazzano. Distance 50 km
elevation gain 855 m / elevation loss 914 m
Leave from hotel and after 17 km very gentle up and down you get to Bossolasco – is an amazing historic center
Set in a wonderful panoramic place, it’s the official site of the Mountain Community. The historical center of the town has been decorated with thousands of roses, and in summer all balconies are enriched with flowers.
Corte Gondina - La Morra
Situated in the heart of the Langhe the Corte Gondina Hotel offers its guests a warm and friendly welcome, careful restoration work has transformed a historic family residence into an elegant, refined and welcoming hotel in the centre of La Morra. Swimming pool, garden, sun-terrace, private parking and a lounge bar has recently been opened in the former 19th century cellars.
Villa d'Amelia - Benevello
Duchessa MArgherita - Vicoforte
Price & Inclusions
Cost: Euro 2950 per person in double occupancy
single room supplement euro 650
six nights in superior luxury hotels 4 and 5 star
Two wine tasting
Snacks and drinks along the way
Maps, trip notes & RideWithGPS route directions
Shuttles and technical assistance
Support Van, baggage transfer s
Services of experienced bilingual guide
Cicloposse water bottle
Italian vat Tax
Airfare to Italy, lunches, alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverages, gratuities, travel insurance, laundry expenses and items of a personal nature.
Bike Rental for entire tour
Hybrid bike euro 180
Road bike, Gravel, E-Bike euro 250