Discover Umbria by bike

Discover Umbria by bike

April 21th - 24th 2022, or upon request


Difficulty level: intermediate
Why choosing this holiday:
  • Discover "Borgo dei Ruscelli", a small Venice in Umbria
  • Look at the city walls of Assisi riding your bike
  • Strangozzi pasta with spicy tomato with a glass of Sagrantino or Montefalco red wines

Umbria, Foligno, "Lo Centro de lo Munnu", tradition, good food, good wines in an surprising tour. You will travel along roads whose sinuous curves wind through the Umbrian countryside and hills, the vineyards and olive groves adorn it like a work of art, making Umbria a unique and fascinating region.

Accommodation: B&B Antica Dimora.


Day 1 | Arrival in Spello 

We will meet in the afternoon at the Antiche Dimore San Felice in Spello, welcomed by the owner Franca Magrini. After check-in we will have an appetizer with our staff. Bikes check. 


Day 2 | Rasiglia

75 km, 1.150 m 

In the morning, after a good breakfast, we will ride to the hills overlooking Foligno. We will visit the Abbey of Sassovivo and then we will reach the ancient village of Rasiglia, known as "Borgo dei ruscelli", due to the waterways that run through the small center of the village. It's the Umbrian Venice, enchanted with its streams and channels that feed the ancient mills that operate the weavers' looms. The great abundance of water in the internal channel was exploited to develop the economy and also led to the formation, along its course, of numerous factories: fulling mills, grain mills, woollen mills and dyeing mills that worked on fine fabrics. These factories remained active throughout the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century. We'll have a guided visit. We'll leave for Sellano, where we will have lunch. The return trip can be made by bike or by van. In the evening we will have dinner in one of the most beautiful cellars of Sagrantino with an unforgettable wine tasting at the Dionigi Winery. 


Day 3 | Spoleto

km 73, 468 m

After breakfast we will head to Bevagna, a medieval village famous for its craft shops, the medieval costume festival and the beautiful washhouse with fountain. We will continue to Montefalco, and its the beautiful historic center. Then we will ride towards Spoleto, all around olive groves and vineyards, we'll pass through Castel Ritaldi and then arrive in Spoleto, to visit the beautiful Cathedral and the Eremo delle Carceri. Coming down from the town, we will have lunch in a typical farmhouse. In the afternoon we will visit Foligno, “Lo centro de lo munnu”, Palazzo Trinci, with its Press Museum. Later we will take a stroll in town and have dinner in a typical restaurant. 


Day 4 | Assisi  

km 45, 460 m 

After breakfast time we will leave from Spello to Assisi. Spello is part of the circuit of the most beautiful villages in Italy. Riding towards Cantalupo, Bettona and Santa Maria degli Angeli, we will reach the Abbey of San Francesco. We will visit Assisi, and have lunch in a farmhouse. Coming back we will choose whether to ride or use the van. Greetings and... arrivederci Italia!


Price per person (minimum 8 - maximum 12 px): 

EUR 850,00 (taxes and VAT included) | single supplement, applied to secure a private room for solo travellers: EUR 35,00 (taxes and VAT included)

USD 920,00 (taxes and VAT included) | single supplement, applied to secure a private room for solo travellers: USD 45,00 (taxes and VAT included)

This tour can be organized private for any number of participants. Contact us for details. 


The price includes

  • 3 nights in a B&B hotel in double room
  • 3 dinners in typical restaurants | 3 lunches in typical restaurants
  • Cycling guide | van assistance
  • All transfers by minivan, bike and luggage transport
  • Pics and videos by our guides
  • Vince Team welcome kit | 20% discount on Cinelli Bike apparel and accessories


The fee does not include

  • Flight
  • Travel and accident insurance
  • Drinks with meals
  • Entrance fees to museums, churches

Anything not mentioned in "The price includes"



  • Bike rental


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