Cycling in French Riviera
The Region of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur in the South Eastern corner of France is an established tourism destination with lots to offer. There’s a huge diversity of landscapes to see: from the Lavender hills of Provence to the ritzy coastal towns of Cannes and Nice via the vineyard lined foothills of the Alps.
The south east of France certainly has a lot to offer the cycle tourist. We already know that cycling is the best way to see a place, but when the place in question is as rich in flavours and scents as this one, every revolution becomes a joy.
There are some real advantages to going on an organized tour. No more hassle of transporting a bike to and from your destination, feeling weightless from the lifting of the weight of your weeks’ luggage, no more headaches figuring out the best route in a foreign land. The French Riviera is one of the most summer tourism destinations in Europe for a reason.
We leave the market square in Beaulieu-sur-mer, an elegant coastal town between Nice and Monaco, and in less than a minute we’re spinning along the coast towards Italy. The deep blue Mediterranean is on our right, cliffs tower above us to our left…this is where the Alps, having described a massive arc taking in Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and France, finally plunge into the warm sea.
The Nice City Cycle Tour is the best introduction to our beautiful city. Take part in this tour at the beginning of your holiday and you'll be one step ahead of the other tourists for the rest of your stay. You'll get a different experience of the city from the one that the pedestrians or tour buses get.
Come to Nice in the south of France for bespoke cycling day rides with your own bilingual cycle guide. Year round cycling, for individual riders, couples, or groups, whatever your level. Discover amazing Riviera Cycling in one of Europe's most spectacular and temperate regions with 300 days sunshine a year. From the beaches of the mediterranean to the iconic cols of the coastal alpes within minutes.