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Tuscany Bike Tours: Explore the Scenic Routes

Bike tours in Tuscany represent one of the most interesting activities for those who want to discover the area by travelling unconventional routes.
The region boasts more than two hundred bike trails, a very wide range of roads to travel on two wheels to admire the territory and its beauty from a different point of view.
The routes have different characteristics and difficulties. Each one is unique and capable of winning over any kind of tourist.

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Food & Bike

Tour through the woods to discover the Romitorio, with tastings of its own meat and typical products.


Wine & Bike

Walk through the beautiful Maremma countryside and tasting of organic wines accompanied by a tasting of tuscan products in a local winery.


Beaches by bike

Explore the most beautiful beaches of Maremma by bike.


Cala Violina

Tour to discover the most beautiful beaches of the Golfo del Sole, a journey into the Mediterranean scrub.

The fittest can choose traditional bicycles even for the most demanding trails. But even those who are not particularly fit can enjoy the beauty of hard-to-reach places: all they have to do is choose a pedal-assist electric bike!
With our bike tours in Tuscany you will be able to experience breathtaking views, discover small villages with their ancient charm, learn about artistic masterpieces and explore the history of the region.
The Sense also combines the pleasure of cycling with other experiences, dedicated to wine, food and the most beautiful beaches of the area.
In this way, all senses are involved and you will be able to take part in a totally immersive experience.

Bike tours in Tuscany alternate between cycle paths, traditional roads and dirt tracks, creating exciting, fun and adrenaline-filled routes.
Among the most characteristic and evocative itineraries is the Val d’Orcia, with a route including Pienza, Moltepulciano, San Quirico d’Orcia and Montalcino.
A route that cannot be missed is surely the Eroica in the province of Siena, which offers breathtaking views along dirt tracks or in any case away from traffic. It has an average distance of 135 km, but also shorter sections, ranging from 46 to 100 km.
Another location to discover is the Val d’Arno, the area connecting Arezzo and Florence and featuring trails that alternate between the charm of the city and the silence of the countryside.

There is a wide choice of routes also in Maremma, an area where you can cycle on level ground, in the hills and along beaches, and where you can visit the Regional Park in Alberese. It features paths that allow you to immerse yourself in nature, with plants and flowers. Among the most beautiful tours is the one that goes from the Talamone Aquarium to Poggio Raso and the Tour of the Laguna di Levante in Orbetello.
Particularly fascinating is the area of the Etruscan Coast, with cycle paths and roads overlooking the sea. The most beautiful locations include Populonia, Marina di Castagneto, Golfo di Baratti and Bolgheri.