Bike tour packages

Our holiday package.

The package may be booked for either 5 or 7 days.
The package included:
Accommodation and breakfast in the hotel included.
The necessary equipment is provided.
Excursions visit scenic, cultural and gastronomic highlights, all with a cycling guide.

Meals are provided in the form of food tastings and/or packed lunches, dinners either in or outside the hotel.

A “full immersion” excursion into nature, with a train journey, a cycle tour and a hike.

Departure station: Pisciotta or Centola – Arrival station: Policastro Bussentino
Tour length: 44 km; elevation: 438m
The type of route is challenging with some climbs, therefore the use of e-bikes is recommended.

Morigerati is a small medieval village surrounded by beautiful unspoilt countryside, whose origins date back to a settlement of Basilian monks. The municipality is known for the WWF nature area in a small gorge where the Bussento river gushes out of the rock. The area is also famous for its unique flora.
From Policastro, you cycle steadily uphill to the village of Morigerati and can spend the day relaxing and enjoying the peacefulness between the sea and the mountains.

A “full immersion” excursion into archaeology and history. The excursion consists of a train journey and a cycle tour and is also suitable for families.

Departure station: Pisciotta or Centola – Arrival station: Agropoli
Tour length: 20 km
The tour is of medium difficulty and is by MTB.

If you come to Cilento, you cannot leave without visiting the magnificent excavations of Paestum, which are unique in the world both due to their sheer size and state of conservation and bear witness to a glorious Greco-Roman past.
The cycle tour starts in Agropoli and leads along a cycle path to Paestum. A short stop at the cheese dairy will show you how buffalo mozzarella is made. The tour continues to the temples and the museum, where you can enjoy the rest of your time.

A “full immersion” excursion to discover local history and craftsmanship. The entire tour is by bike.
Tour length: 30 km
The tour is challenging both in terms of length and elevation difference and is therefore undertaken by e-bike.

On the Ciglioto road, it is impossible not to be amazed by all the splendour, where time seems to have stood still and a window into the past opens up, from which you can hear stories about Basilian monks, ancient oil mills, cosy little houses, characteristic watering holes and master craftsmen.
The tour takes us through the villages of Licusati and Camerota with their historic centres and craft workshops. Of particular interest is the stop at a ceramic craftsman’s atelier to admire the art of the crafter called “u Cunzaro”.
On the return journey back down to Marina di Camerota, we will hear all about the legend of Kamaraton, which reveals why our sea has that continuous sparkle.

A “full immersion” excursion on the themes of legend and the sea. The entire tour is by bike.
Tour length: 50 km
The tour is challenging both in terms of length and elevation difference and is therefore undertaken by e-bike.
Mythological traditions and a wealth of archaeological finds are the highlights of this tour, sometimes making it difficult to decide where myth ends and history begins.
Palinuro, the helmsman of the Aeneas in Virgil’s Aeneid, will take us to the village of the same name and give us a glimpse of the past. After cycling along the breathtaking coast, we continue into the Mingardo Valley with its spectacular Devil’s Gorge. Here we stop to visit the old village of San Severino. We then cycle between centuries-old olive trees to the small village of Centola, where the narrow streets tell of times long past.
Towards the headland of Capo Palinuro we can enjoy some amazing views, and on the cycle path towards the magnificent natural arch, there will be time to stop and take a dip in the golden waters of the sunset.

Package deals generally apply in the low season and must be booked in advance. Number of participants from a minimum of 4 to a maximum of 10.
For larger groups (maximum 20 people), please contact the hotel well in advance.

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