Choosing a Family Friendly Bike Tour

Posted on: July 26th, 2016 by Bruno
Provence with Youngster - Nathalie images (4)

So you’ve been dreaming of the perfect cycling tour for you and your family? As you may know, cycling tours are a great way for families to explore new countries or regions. With the ever changing scenery and ample chances to get off your bikes and explore, a cycling vacation is perfect for families with Read more…»

Getting to Girona, Spain

Posted on: April 23rd, 2016 by Santana
Girona 5

View Larger Map   Part of the charm and uniqueness of our cycling tours is that they take you away from many of the typical tourist cities and sights. You get to experience all the beauty of your destination but with a more authentic ambiance. However, the challenge with some of the smaller quaint destinations is Read more…»

Travel Tips: International Cell Phones

Posted on: April 22nd, 2016 by Santana
Bicycler with phone

Should you stay connected while traveling abroad? If so how? Whether or not you want to stay connected while you are traveling is a very personal question. It depends on your level of responsibility and dependence with your career, family and home, to name a few factors. If you own your own business, for example, Read more…»

Getting to the Loire Valley

Posted on: April 21st, 2016 by Santana
Bridge of Blois in Twilight

  View Larger Map For our next installment in our “Getting There!” series, we are focusing on the beautiful Loire Valley region southwest of Paris. Because this region holds all the natural beauty of the French countryside while still being close to Paris, it has long been a favorite vacation spot for nobles and royalty. In the following post Read more…»

Things to do in Annecy

Posted on: April 21st, 2016 by Abbie
via Office du Tourisme d'Annecy

The striking color of the lake, the smell of fresh food from the vibrant street markets, the feeling of strolling around a historical castle with the mountains all around you, Annecy is a town that will undoubtedly leave you in awe. Only 35km (21 miles) from Geneva, it is rich in history, culture and beauty. Read more…»

Getting to Andalucia

Posted on: April 21st, 2016 by Michelle Holden
Scouting Andalucia 2008

Andalucia, the southern-most region of Spain, is rich with history and a beautiful coastal landscape. The region is very geographically diverse; it is home to the Guadalquivir River valley, volcanic landscapes like the Tabernas desert, as well as the mountainous region of the Sierra Navada. In nearly 40km, one can experience the mountains and then Read more…»

Cyclomundo’s Travel Tips

Posted on: April 21st, 2016 by Santana
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At Cyclomundo we have put together a basic document of general travel tips for anyone who plans on traveling abroad. For first time international travelers, these tips can help you make sure you have all the necessary arrangements and everything in order before you leave home. For our many seasoned travelers, this list of helpful Read more…»

Biking Tours with Families

Posted on: April 20th, 2016 by Bruno
Provence with Youngster - Nathalie images (3)

  Cycling tours are a great way for families to explore a new region or country. From your bicycle seat, you’ll get to know a place–with its own history, culture, sights, and smells – in a way that isn’t necessarily possible when traveling by car or train. It’s an ever-changing adventure, full of new and Read more…»

Taking French Wine Home

Posted on: April 17th, 2016 by Abbie

  You do not have to be a wine connoisseur to appreciate French wine (note the big smiles on our clients above)!  Whether you are visiting wine estates on your trip to France or not, we highly recommend you make the most of your opportunity to taste French wines.  A number of our clients have Read more…»

Getting to Apulia (Puglia)

Posted on: April 17th, 2016 by Michelle Holden
Apulia (Puglia)

Located in southern Italy (also known as the heel of the boot), Apulia (Puglia in Italian) is a great destination for cyclists. Cycling in Apulia offers virtually traffic-free country roads over mostly flat terrain, some of which follow the coastline while others cover the lush inland plateaus. Apulia is considered one of the few remaining Read more…»

Is a Self-Guided Cycling Tour Right for You?

Posted on: April 17th, 2016 by Santana

Take our quiz to help you judge if a self-guided cycling tour is right for you. It covers possible situations and characteristics that you may encounter on a self-guided cycling tour, and can give you a better idea of what to expect. Is a Self-Guided Cycling Tour Right for You? from CYCLOMUNDO Once you decide Read more…»

Getting to Northeast Italy: the Dolomites & Veneto

Posted on: April 15th, 2016 by Beth O'Meara
Grand Canal Venice

View Larger Map Northeast Italy is a wonderland of show-stopping architecture and diverse landscapes. The lowlands of the Veneto offer a stark contrast to the peaks of the Dolomites, and yet, these features are within such close proximity! On quiet back roads and cycling paths, exploring these regions by bike has never been easier — Read more…»

L’Escalade: When Geneva has fun! The Celebrations and the Story behind them!

Posted on: April 15th, 2016 by Bruno
"L'Escalade run" (course de l'Escalade) is one of Geneva'

L’Escalade: the run of your life In a confederate system as diverse as Switzerland, it is hardly surprising to find that Cantons and cities occasionally engage in very local celebrations that no one else has ever heard of. In Geneva, it is “L’Escalade,” The Climb, which has evolved into one of the main participatory spectacles Read more…»

10 Things to do in Aix-les-Bains

Posted on: April 15th, 2016 by Abbie

Another breathtaking part of our Three Lake Tour, Aix-les-Bains is a town nested on France’s largest natural lake. Well known for its spa treatments, beautiful Lake Bourget views, and adventurous activities, it is a great place to enjoy a vacation of any length. Here are our top ten favorite things to do!     Bike! Read more…»

La Belle France: Pick the perfect region for your cycling tour

Posted on: April 9th, 2016 by Beth O'Meara
Cyclomundo is a France-based cycling tour operator

If you’ve decided that cycling around the French countryside is the ideal getaway for you, you’ve come to the right place! In our comprehensive selection of bicycle tours, you’re sure to find a trip that works for you. In fact, you might find many great fits — which can make for a difficult choice! We’d Read more…»