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Bicycle vacation in South Tyrol – Discover the Isarco Valley on splendid bike paths

Bicycle vacation in South Tyrol – Discover the Isarco Valley on splendid bike paths

A bike holiday in Villandro is a real pleasure for all bicycle friends. Conveniently located on the South Tyrolean bike trail network, Villandro is the ideal starting point for short and long, leisurely and challenging tours through the beautiful landscape. You don’t need to bring your own bike; you may simply rent a bicycle or mountain bike at one of the many bicycle rental stations. One rental shop is located directly at the train station in Chiusa, but also in the surroundings you will find plenty of choice. Be sure to get the bikemobil Card: This combination ticket allows you to use buses, trains and rental bicycles all over South Tyrol, giving you the opportunity to take longer trips. The bikemobil Card is available as a one-day, three-day and seven-day card. The combination ticket will turn your bike holiday in South Tyrol into a unique adventure!

Bicycle tours in the Dolomites on beautiful bike routes

Bicycle tours in the Dolomites on beautiful bike routes

Families and bicycle fans who are looking for a more relaxing experience, may choose more leisurely tours across the varied and picturesque countryside, starting directly from the farm Aichnerhof. Another great option is a bike tour from Chiusa to Bolzano. Along the way, you may enjoy the wonderful view and visit places of interest, such as the Castle Trostburg, and then take a break in the main city of South Tyrol. You can, of course, also turn into the other direction: Take the Chestnut Path to the Monastery of Novacella and then continue to Bressanone, or choose a tour to the fortress of Fortezza.

If you are looking for adventures and wish to discover the Isarco Valley by mountain bike, the many routes on the high mountains and in the midlands are the right choice for you. Take a challenging tour to the Alpe di Villandro or Barbiano. The city of Bressanone is considered a true paradise for mountain bikers: Here, you can look forward to high-altitude tours to the Passo delle Erbe and downhill rides from Mount Plose.