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Explore a country in a small group led by experienced guides who will share their knowledge and passion.

Self-guided trips
Choose your own dates and travel at your own pace, without the need to worry about logistics, on one of the trips developed by our guides.

Private guided tours
Hire a guide just for you and your group. You have the option of hiring a guide for your entire trip or only for those sections of the mountains that require special technique. The dates are flexible based on your schedule and need.

From 890 to 1155

Italy - Italian Alps - Dolomites

Self-guided

Cycling

lvl. 1 to 2
Mon Roadbook App
Cycling : another way to enjoy the trails and back roads. For beginners and experts, a bike allows you to explore a wide variety of places and landscapes in one trip and at your own pace. Our selection of self-guided bike tours also offers the possibility of using an electric bike to make them easier and more accessible to as many people as possible.
Level 1: 2 to 4 hours of riding per day (20 to 40 kilometers) on mostly flat roads or paths; a maximum of 200 meters of vertical gain. Feasible for anyone in good physical condition.

Level 2: 4 to 6 hours of riding per day (30 to 50 kilometers) on hilly roads or paths; a maximum of 500 meters of vertical gain. Accessible to anyone who exercises on a regular basis.

Level 3: 4 to 6 hours of riding per day (40 to 70 kilometers) on hilly roads or paths; a maximum of 800 meters of vertical gain. Hills up to 1 kilometer long and/or long distances on flat terrain (up to 70 kilometers). Accessible to anyone who regularly rides a bike on hilly terrain.

Level 4: 5 to 7 hours of riding per day (40 to 70 kilometers) on hilly or even mountainous terrain; more than 1000 meters of vertical gain. Hills or mountain passes several kilometers long. Accessible to anyone fairly athletic who rides hills with considerable vertical gain on a regular basis.

Mon Roadbook app: designed for the self-guided trips, "Mon Roadbook" travel assistant guides you throughout your journey via a mobile application to download on your smartphone.

Through the heart of the Dolomites, cycle along mellow bike paths and trails as you ride through verdant alpine meadows, past pristine alpine lakes, and beneath the range's jaw-dropping rocky cliffs and spires.

France - French Alps - French Riviera - Provence

Guided groups

Cycling

lvl. 4
Cycling : another way to enjoy the trails and back roads. For beginners and experts, a bike allows you to explore a wide variety of places and landscapes in one trip and at your own pace. Our selection of self-guided bike tours also offers the possibility of using an electric bike to make them easier and more accessible to as many people as possible.
Level 1: 2 to 4 hours of riding per day (20 to 40 kilometers) on mostly flat roads or paths; a maximum of 200 meters of vertical gain. Feasible for anyone in good physical condition.

Level 2: 4 to 6 hours of riding per day (30 to 50 kilometers) on hilly roads or paths; a maximum of 500 meters of vertical gain. Accessible to anyone who exercises on a regular basis.

Level 3: 4 to 6 hours of riding per day (40 to 70 kilometers) on hilly roads or paths; a maximum of 800 meters of vertical gain. Hills up to 1 kilometer long and/or long distances on flat terrain (up to 70 kilometers). Accessible to anyone who regularly rides a bike on hilly terrain.

Level 4: 5 to 7 hours of riding per day (40 to 70 kilometers) on hilly or even mountainous terrain; more than 1000 meters of vertical gain. Hills or mountain passes several kilometers long. Accessible to anyone fairly athletic who rides hills with considerable vertical gain on a regular basis.

Mon Roadbook app: designed for the self-guided trips, "Mon Roadbook" travel assistant guides you throughout your journey via a mobile application to download on your smartphone.
Bike across the French Alps from Lake Geneva to the French Riviera, crossing over several mountain passes made famous worldwide by the Tour de France.