Cycling the French Riviera

3 nights from £485.00

Cycling Trip Highlights

  • Fully flexible holiday from anywhere in the south of France
  • Glitzy towns such as Cannes and Monaco to beautiful places such as St Paul de Vence
  • Amazing climbs offering stunning views or flatter coastal rides
  • Riviera chic on the Cote d’Azur
Cycling the French Riviera
3 nights from £485.00
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WE LOVEFrench Riviera Culture
If there is any place more chic than the French Riviera, we haven't found it. The food, the art, the cafes, the Mediterranean, the festivals, the beaches and we could go on and on.
WE LOVE300 Days a Year of Sunshine
The south of France is bathed in sunshine nearly all year round. With an average of 300 days of sunshine per year, you can almost guarantee warm weather riding on the Cote d'Azur.

What's Included

Our suggested French Riviera cycling holiday

We can tailor make this trip for you

Whatever you want to get out of riding in the Riviera, we can organise it for you. Tootle along the coast west out of Cannes to the famous red rocks of the Esterel, meander the coast road and then head into Cannes. Or perhaps you might want to ride to the perched village of Mons via Grasse, and the beautiful Valley of the Siagne, before riding to wolf gorge.

Spend the day in Antibes, watch the boats roll in or head to world famous cols such as Col d’Eze or even ride down to San Remo over the Italian border. Whatever you want from your Riviera cycling holiday, we can organise it.

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What to ExpectFrom guaranteed cycling to glorious French wines

The French Riviera offers cycling for you no matter what your ability. Discover beautiful regions such as Col de Vence, Grasse and easier rides close to the coast through Nice and Monaco. For keen riders, the Rhone Alpes are your playground. Visit the Tanneron and Esterel hills in the west, famous climbs such as the Col D’Eze and the Col de la Madone, in the east or head out even further towards the high Alps.

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How's the Weather? in French Riviera

The SpringMarch to May
Spring is a magical time to visit as vibrant colours appear on the hillsides and the weather begins to warm up after a cold winter. As you move into the later months of Spring, particularly May, the weather is warm without being too hot and the summer crowds have yet to arrive.
The SummerJune to August
The summer on the French Riviera is usually very hot with little rainfall. It's best to cycle in the mornings before the midday sunshine.
The AutumnSeptember to November
The Autumn, similar to the Spring, is a beautiful time to cycle in the French Riviera. The warm summer sun lingers on and the crowds begin to disperse once again with winter incoming.
The WinterDecember to February
The French Riviera is best avoided in the winter as it's often very cold.

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