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Cycling Holidays France

Cycling Holidays France

Cycling Holidays in France

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Cycle Northern France: Brittany to Normandy

Cycling Holidays in France
7 Days from £ 2,199

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Take to the saddle through northern France's idyllic landscapes and world-changing history

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Cycle Champagne & Burgundy – Premium Adventure

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Cycling Holidays in France
7 Days from £ 3,999

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Vineyard vistas and gentle cycling through two celebrated wine regions

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Cycle the Loire Valley

Cycling Holidays in France
7 Days from £ 2,999

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Cycle through France's Loire Valley and discover fairytale chateaux and prestigious vineyards

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Dordogne Valleys and Villages Cycling

Beynac village, Dordogne, France
9 Days from £ 1,859

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Cycle through France's dramatic river valleys, medieval villages and past fairytale chateaux

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Cotes Du Ventoux Cycling

Cycling Holidays in France
7 Days from £ 1,589

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Explore Provence with its colourful medieval villages, eclectic markets and good local wines

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Corsica with Ebike

Cycling Holidays in France
8 Days from £ 1,999

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Discover the stunning North coast of Corsica

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Hilltop Villages of Provence Cycling

Cycling Holidays in France
5 Days from £ 1,259

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Discover the famous hilltop villages and breath-taking scenery of the Luberon region.

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Cycling the Grand Crus of Burgundy

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7 Days from £ 1,399

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Cycle Burgundy while enjoying exceptional food and wine

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What to expect on a cycling holiday in France?

When choosing cycling holidays in France it’s important to consider the activity level of the trip. These can range from leisurely and moderate to challenging and depending on the level you select, you can expect various types of terrains, from the mountainous backdrops of Provence to the coastal routes of Normandy.

Depending on which area you visit, the weather can vary but during the summer months, you’ll usually enjoy long, sunny days with warm temperatures.On our self-guided cycling holidays in France, you’ll ride among stunning scenery at your own pace following GPS routes, stopping off at charming villages and towns to experience the local culture and cuisine.

How long are your cycling trips in France?

How long do you want to be in the saddle? Our cycling tours in France run from four to nine days including flights, with a mix of leisurely routes to lay back on and trickier options to put your legs to the test. You could spend four days climbing one of the Tour de France’s iconic mountains, or double that time gently pedalling through the villages and vineyards of Burgundy.  

Are your cycling trips in France guided?

The majority of our fantastic cycling holidays in France are self-guided, giving you the freedom to step on and off as you wish with our detailed route notes in hand. We’ll still arrange for your luggage transfers if you’re moving from base to base. 

When is the best time to go cycling in France?

On the whole, France enjoys good weather conditions from April to October. To avoid the crowds, cycling in France is best on either side of July and August as this is peak season, and also the temperatures can rise considerably in the south, making riding conditions uncomfortable.

Where is good to cycle in France?

Blessed with diverse, unspoilt landscapes that form heavenly backdrops to cycling holidays in France, this is a fabulous country that has lots to offer. Explore the lush vineyard regions such as Burgundy, Chablis and Cotes du Rhone where you can cycle along tranquil country lanes sampling world-famous wines en route, or ride past the sweet-scented lavender fields of Provence and discover traditional French villages that cling to the hillsides. Brittany is a breath of fresh air with its winding coastal roads that present you with awesome views and lead you to historical sites. 

Is France safe for cycling?

As with all our Exodus trips, your safety is paramount, and we ensure that every destination and route we plan is safe for cycling in France. Throughout your self-guided tour, our team is on hand to answer any questions and you’ll be provided with route directions and maps and local emergency numbers prior to your departure. We always provide you with high-quality bikes that are checked thoroughly before your arrival so you can rest assured and book with confidence.

Why choose Exodus for your cycling holiday in France?

As well as steering you to beautiful places, our cycling holidays in France are carefully designed to take you off the beaten track where you can experience local culture and explore the areas that you wouldn’t otherwise see. Renowned for its famous wines and traditional dishes such as beef bourguignon and coq au vin, France is as easy on the palate as it is on the eyes.

We make sure that you enjoy the vibrant flavours of each region, so you get a real taste for the local French culture. Our team works hard behind the scenes to plan the best routes and provide you with the most accurate maps and trip notes. We also ensure that your luggage is transferred to each of the accommodations ahead of your arrival.

Are you feeling ready to don your cycling attire for the ride of a lifetime? Speak to our experienced cycling experts today to get the wheels in motion.

Very full two weeks expertly led by our local guide (Memo) covering cycling on both the Pacific and the Atlantic coasts as well as across the middle of Costa Rica. The scenery and wildlife are magnificent (particularly across the more mountainous middle section of the country) with the additional activities including boat trips, wildlife walks and kayaking all adding greatly to the overall experience.

Graeme Mackenzie Costa Rica Coast to Coast Ride

This was an action packed tour with not a moment lost, traversing a great selection of Vietnamese coutryside and towns.
Each day was breakfast at six, cycle and bus via interesting sights to the next town, dinner, hotel (with a couple of two nighters and an eye-opening train sleeper). At times exhausting, which enhanced camaraderie with the rest of the group (six solos, six couples).
The quality of the bikes and the provision of en-route refreshments was superb, as were the hotels. It was such a varied and full-on trip that I’ve come away with a head full of great memories and a pretty good knowledge of Vietnam.

Cameron Dunn Cycling Vietnam

I had a truly memorable week as part of a group of six, who cycled a total of 134 miles (215 km) from Willingdon Island, Fort Kochi to Varkala.

The weather was georgeous and the scenery and food amazing. The sights and sounds of the real Kerala could not be experienced in a better way.

Shibu our tour leader and Kingsley our mini bus driver and support assistant made it so easy just to relax and soak everything up. The support vehicle was always present to provide regular water top ups and snacks and always drove a good distance behind the last cyclist, (frequently me) so there was never any pressure to speed up.

There are seemingly no rules of the road in India.! Lorries, cars, taxis, tuk tuks, motor bikes and cyclists simply move along in incredible harmony , somehow avoiding each other and the numerous animals and pedestrians occupying the streets, by sounding horns and bells constantly. Unlike European drivers, this is done in a very non aggressive way and is simply to alert other road users of a vehicles presence. You soon learn to join in with your bicycle bell!

Rob Cycle the Coast of Kerala