Biking tours in Valle d'Aosta

riding between mountains and castles!

Welcome to Valle d'Aosta

The mountain is made for everyone, not just for mountaineers: for those who want to rest in a peaceful environment, as well as for those who seek an even stronger rest in fatigue.

Guido Maria Rey
1861-1935

Mountaineer, writer and photographer
The Aosta Valley territory, surrounded by the Alps, is a magnificent cycling region that contains some of the best terrain for those who love cycling in its many forms. Are you a fan of road cycling? Here you can find some legendary mountain passes such as Petit Saint-Bernard, Colle San Carlo, Col Saint-Pantaleon, Grand Saint-Bernard, Matterhorn (or Cervino, as we call it in Italy) and many others. Are you a bike tourist and want to explore traffic-free roads, mostly on bike paths, and in an area rich in history? You can ride along the Central Valley discovering its monuments and enjoying easy days along the bike paths among the large number of medieval castles. Are you tempted by gravel? Perfect! You'll find fantastic gravel trails up mountains and hills. But if the goal is to go downhill, Aosta Valley is the land of the best bike parks like La Thuile or Pila, to name a few. Whatever your way to live cycling, Valle d'Aosta is your playground!

OUR CYCLE TOURS in VALLE D'AOSTA

inner Sardinia wilderness

ON THE ROADS OF TOUR DE FRANCE

A WEEK OF ROAD CYCLING IN THE ALPS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE TOUR DE FRANCE

Highlights from our rides

Because it's not just cycling

the cycle path along Cagliari beach

Cervino, AKA Matterhorn

One of the most iconic mountains in the world
The Cervino (4.478 meters) is one of the most iconic mountains in the world. Also known as the Matterhorn: its pyramid shape and its dimension have always stimulated the human imagination and its history often combines reality and legend. One of these legends attributes the birth of the Matterhorn to an accident caused by the weight of the Giant Gargantua. Whether on the road or off-road (Gravel and MTB), we offer different rides on the slopes of this mountain. Its silhouette is enclosed in the Italy-Cycling Alps logo.
Riding up the Etna volcano

Fontina cheese

best known typical Aosta Valley cheese
Fontina DOP is the best known typical Aosta Valley cheese. It is a gastronomic excellence that perfectly expresses the identity of this Alpine region: it is produced using the milk of three different breeds of local cows. Accompanied by a slice of Aosta Valley rye bread and a glass of red wine, it expresses all its incredible flavor.

We have (so far) four offices accross Italy. Contact us via email, call us or drop by.

Cagliari

Headquarters

Via Vittorio Emanuele, 43
Quartu Sant'Elena, Italy
+39 070 204 10 29
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Costa Smeralda

@ Hotel Airone

SP59 to Baia Sardinia
Arzachena, Italy
+39 070 204 10 29
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Letojanni

Sicily headquarters

Via Vittorio Emanuele, 130
Letojanni, Italy
+39 340 342 6320
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Valle d'Aosta

Valle d'Aosta and Piedmont headquarters

Via Tollen, 46
Châtillon, Aosta, Italy
+39 3356456037
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