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Top Three New Tours

Posted 03 Nov 2017

Top Three New Tours

From the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean coast to tranquil French vineyards and undiscovered trails in Portugal, our three new BSpoke tours open a whole world of possibilities to the keen cyclist.

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Island hopping

Combine island hopping with cycling in the Balearics on our tour of Mallorca, Ibiza and Formentera, where a sailing ship will take you from unspoilt beach to unspoilt beach.

You'll be welcomed by dazzling blue waters before you set off on your bike to cycle past medieval fortresses, traditional villages and charming towns. You'll see that Ibiza is so much more than a typical party island when you explore the Renaissance architecture of the old town and take a dip in the crystal clear sea.

You'll be able to help the crew and test your hand at sailing, and local support is available when needed in each town to give you a really authentic taste. It's an easy routine to sink into: step off the boat, grab your pannier bag, jump on your bike and enjoy the day. You'll retire to an air-conditioned en-suite in the evenings.

Find out more here.

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Burgundy and beyond

This BSpoke biking tour allows you to sample the best of the world famous wine region of Burgundy. You'll cycle through bustling towns such as Cluny, with its cream coloured houses, and the walled, cobbled town of Beaune, the centre of the region's wine making.

Soak up the atmosphere of daily life in this lovely corner of France, and take tranquil time out at the numerous abbeys and châteaux scattered all over the rolling landscape. The historical village of Brancion is a particular gem, with its medieval architecture nestled amongst stunning green scenery for miles around, transporting you back in time.

Of course, no trip to the area would be complete without sampling the delicious wines, and there'll be plenty of time for that in between scenic rides and cosy sleeps in three star accommodation. Transfers to and from the airport either side of your trip take out the stress and allow you to fully relax and unwind.

Find out more here.

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 Lisbon to the Algarve

Lisbon has become a favourite holiday destination in recent years and it's not hard to see why: its list of attractions includes wonderful weather, classic European architecture, friendly hospitality and fresh seafood. On this eight-day cycling tour you'll begin in this thriving European city before heading off along one of the most wildly beautiful coasts on the continent.

Cycling through the national parks and gloriously quiet local beaches of the Troia Peninsula, you can take in the wonderful wildlife and deep blues of the Mediterranean. You might even be lucky enough to spot a bottlenose dolphin in the Sado Estuary Natural Reserve.

This region is still largely off the tourist trail, so you can discover its delights in peace. You'll cycle past cork oak forests and sleepy, whitewashed villages.

Luggage transfers between three and four star accommodation add complete ease to your trip, as do the bikes with panniers provided for carrying those essentials. You'll also get a welcome meeting to introduce you to the route, and local assistance along the way.

Find out more here.

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