Last Minute & Special offers
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MS PROVENCE, From Burgundy to the Lavender fields of Provence
21 March 2020 - 28 March 2020, 4 April 2020 - 11 April 2020 Lyon - Arles
28 March 2020 - 04 April 2020, 11 April 2020 - 18 April 2020 Arles - Lyon
For the first 30 new bookings (per booking number, from 13 January 2020), you will receive a discount of 500€ per booking!
From Burgundy, the historic region in the centre of France, you travel through the Rhône valley via the vineyards of the Côtes du Rhône. Discover idyllic landscapes up close by bike and let your palate be indulged.
On the Rhône, the river with the highest water content in France, trade goods and building materials were already transported during Roman times. Discover idyllic landscapes up close by bike and let your palate be indulged.
What could be more natural than discovering the beauty of the Lower Rhine by bike? The Lower Rhine Region has one of the most beautiful and largest cycle route networks in Europe. Along high-quality routes, explore the marvellous landscape: this well-develloped route leads past river landscape, meadows and fields.
Numerous romantic castles and fortresses have been built along the banks of the Rhine between Cologne and Mainz and they have many exciting stories to tell. The UNESCO World Heritage Site Upper Middle Rhine Valley is rich in tales and adventures and it is very beautiful.
The province of Zeeland, also referred to as the „Land in the Sea“is located in the west of the Netherlands and mostly consists of islands and peninsulas. The Eastern and Western Scheldt estuaries reach far inland, thus making Zeeland a paradise for flora and fauna. Cycle with us from the energetic city of Rotterdam to the province of Zeeland.
The journey through the Moselle valley between Koblenz and Trier traverses some of Germany’s most beautiful countryside. You will meet winegrowers and bottlers on the way, but also cyclists from all around the world.
Beautiful timbered houses, vineyards, the Porta Nigra in Trier, the “German corner” (conjunction of Moselle and Rhine) in Koblenz and Saarburg (also known as “little Venice”) are but a few of the highlights during this trip.