Forget Covid restrictions and plan a ride in Sardinia
March 8th, 2021 by

Since the beginning of March, Sardinia becomes a white area, which means that the outbreak is under control and normal activities can start again with cautions like masks, distances, and airport checks. If you are either vaccinated or have a test old less than 48 hours or you accept to have a free rapid test […]

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Classic Tuscany Tour Map
A bike ride in Tuscany for your post covid holiday 🚲
February 11th, 2021 by

Dear friends, as we told you recently, we spent the last months organizing the experiences made with you in the past years, adding new destinations and new tours “ready to book” when the pandemic era will end. Maybe you can’t book now, but no one, even the virus, can stop us to dream about your […]

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Sicily Baroque bike tour map
A bike ride in Sicily for your post covid holiday 🚲
January 28th, 2021 by

Dear friends, as we told you recently, we spent the last months organizing the experiences made with you in the past years, adding new destinations and new tours “ready to book” when the pandemic era will end. Maybe you can’t book now, but no one, even the virus, can stop us to dream about your […]

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On the way again!
Here we are: ready to start again! 🚲
December 29th, 2020 by

Free quote, cancel with no questions. It’s our commitment. Contact us now! Dear friends, a difficult year for tourism ends, the most difficult in fact since we can remember. However, it was useful to us because we had the time to put in order all the wealth of experiences and information gathered in these intense […]

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Salt pile
Salt, the Mediterrenean white gold
November 9th, 2020 by

Nutritionists, cardiologists, and mothers all over the world are fighting a relentless battle against salt, considered, rightly or wrongly, one of the main enemies of our health. But, before continuing your war, stop for a moment to think how sad life would be without the delicious Pata Negra or San Daniele hams, Kalamata olives from […]

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Cannoli, Sicily dessert
10 reasons to visit Sicily cycling or with an active tour
October 30th, 2020 by

Sicily is Kaleidoscopic. The richness of this island manifests itself through architecture, art, culture, and obviously in the food. Expect nothing less than falling deep in love. Sicily in the Mediterranean sea The largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. About 228 days of sunshine. Phoenicians, Greeks, Roman, the Baroque, arts, music, cuisine. 3 international airports […]

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Matera
Matera, Renaissance of one of the world’s most ancient cities
October 9th, 2020 by

This breathtaking pile of shining limestone dwellings is considered among the oldest cities in the world. But it’s Matera recent past that makes this place unique, explaining the rise of the town as a top tourism destination.  Brief summarized recent history. Among the main events originating the renaissance of Matera, there are: 1945 – “Christ […]

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Arnaldo Caprai winery
Our approach to Covid-19
October 6th, 2020 by

Dear guests, we are looking forward to 2021 and we know you want to travel and being in tour with us. Even if you are on the other side of the ocean, we really feel your fondness for us 🙂 What we are doing: We are watching closely the evolving of this situation, researching the […]

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All roads lead to Rome
August 7th, 2020 by

“Omnes viae Romam ducunt” Looking at it today the system of roads that crossed the Roman Empire in its greatest splendor, one is impressed by the capillarity and organization of the network. From Wales to Mesopotamia, from Crimea to the Atlas Mountains in Africa, this is what greatness looks like. An efficient road system that […]

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Peka Croatia food
The dalmatian Peka
August 7th, 2020 by

Peka is trivially a large metal lid, which covers a pan of meat (or fish) and vegetables in, which cooks inside a fireplace. What may seem like a rudimentary type of oven is one of the tastiest and most succulent cooking we have ever tasted. We are in Croatia, in the presence of true masters […]

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