Sicilian Cycling Holiday

5 nights from £655.00

Cycling Trip Highlights

  • Stunning island of Sicily surrounded by crystal blue waters and miles of countryside
  • Incredible landscape made up of towering volcanoes and quaint villages
  • Fully flexible trip
  • Ideal cycling environment for all levels of riders
Sicilian Cycling Holiday
5 nights from £655.00
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WE LOVE300 Days a Year of Sunshine
Sicily is the ideal destination for cyclists with great weather almost guaranteed all year round. Enjoy the warm sun as it reflects off the Mediterranean.
WE LOVECoastal Riding
The islands diverse landscape means you can choose to ride inland around Mt Etna or head to the coast. Here you can cruise round the rolling hills and stunning roads overlooking crystal blue waters and golden sands.

What's Included

Suggested Holiday

We can tailor make this trip for you

This trip is entirely flexible and can be tailored to your requirements. You can choose when you would like to arrive and for how long you would like to stay.

We recommend arriving into Palermo and from there we will take you to Balestrate on the northern coast. With views over the Med, you can enjoy the beaches before getting on your bike. Visit the medieval town of Castellammare del Golfo, explore the coast to Trapani or head inland to discover Sicily’s rich countryside. You will be provided with GPX routes to follow, guiding you round the best cycling roads that Sicily has to offer.

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What to Expect

Sicily offers diverse landscapes, delectable cuisine with the ability to be out on the bike between March and December. Sun drenched roads stretch out in front of you allowing you to ride down the coast and soak up Sicilian beach life or inland in the shadow of Mt Etna.

How's the Weather? in Sicily

The SpringMarch to May
Spring brings warm and sunny weather to Sicily, with plenty of sunny days, and makes it an ideal season for cycling. In the beginning of May, the Adriatic Sea starts to warm up again so you can enjoy some swimming during your holiday.
The SummerJune to August
The height of summer is particularly hot but is great for lazy days on the bike soaking up everything Sicily has to offer. August is the hottest month of the year.
The AutumnSeptember to November
Autumn in Sicily can remain warm and it is an ideal season for cycling here. Sunny days and a temperate climate makes for the perfect cycling holiday.
The WinterDecember to February
Sicily gets cooler int he winter with December the most likely time for rainfall. Cycling can still be enjoyed here during this time so long as the correct clothing is worn.

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