Monferrato Week End

from 330,00 

Three days in the Monferrato to the discovery of ancient villages , fine wines and breathtaking views.

  • Duration 3 days / 2 nights
  • Tour Typology Self
  • Difficulty Medium-difficult
    3/4
  • Code 1005S
  • Bike touring/road

All about the Monferrato Week End.

A fascinating and rarely beaten track to discover the Lower Monferrato, it is capable of mixing the beautiful sceneries of rolling hills bordered by memorable castles with the incredible history of this region. Small villages perched on hilltops, fine wines and many delicacies will complete this unique experience.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Supply of GPS tracks and map for the itinerary
  • Reservation of step accommodation in B&B and local “agriturismo”
  • Inns with half board
  • Step by step luggage transport
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Rent classic bike & e-bike
  • Rent GPS navigator

Read more about our Self Guided services

  1. Day 1 Wonderful landscapes

    Grab your bike and go along a rolling stretch of road that will allow you to loosen up your legs. Then take a secondary road that will briefly take you to the hill ridge surrounded by fields and farms. Gentle ups and downs accompany these wonderful landscapes. Almost every single hill is topped by a small village which in turn has its own castle.

  2. Day 2 The Sanctuary of Crea

    Good morning! Today we suggest a tour that will take you to the Sanctuary of Crea, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. You will tackle one of the toughest climbs of the tour, but you will be rewarded by the typical Casalese sweets, the red krumiri, accompanied by the best local wines. And all this will take place in front of the majestic Monte Rosa, Europe’s second highest peak…

  3. Day 3 History and tradition

    Today we have more kilometres in beautiful landscapes, rich in history and tradition: a corner of Piedmont, where time seems to slow down, following the cycles of the land and its crops. This land is generous both for the fruits it bears and for the beauty of its views. Carry on pedalling on secondary and uncrowded roads, on the ridge of the hills…