A leisure cycling tour through the landscape. The South Tyrolean Bassa Atesina area around Termeno can be discovered with great relish. Accompanied by a local guide this bicycle tour proceeds through vineyards and orchards, along little frequented cycle paths. At the same time we learn a lot about the country and its people and about typical products.
The roughness of the Dolomites and the sweetness of the green meadows, plenty of chances to relax and to be active: This and much more is what the summer in South Tyrol means. We have collected some highlights from this long expected season.
Idyll, a magical forest and the sparkling surfaces of the two lakes of Monticolo – by mountain bike we have travelled on the winding forest trails round the two lakes and through the wood and even reached the centre of the Earth – the locals of Appiano possess a big fantasy and what’s more - a very likeable nature.
By bike along the southern “strada del vino”: this bike trip leads us through the villages of the Bassa Atesina, from Termeno via Cortaccia, Magre, Cortina and Egna up to Ora, past vineyards and apple orchards. Ideal for a cycling tour or a bike training. Have fun!
The spring in South Tyrol is an experience for every sense. Warm sunrays melt the snow and everything is in blossom; Gourmets can taste delicious asparagus dishes. Let us inspire you with some impressions from the sweetest season.
Red, violet and white as far as the eyes can reach. About 18,000 hectares of apple trees every year again blossom in South Tyrol in April. In these days, many of us feel like dusting off the bike in the cellar. Also Peer.tv experienced the apple blossom between Nalles and Caldaro on the bicycle. And we came to know that a tour with an e-bike is a pleasant, but nevertheless sporty experience.
Varied is the landscape in the surroundings of Caldaro and Termeno. There is something for every taste: if you seek the challenge you can cycle up the Mendola mountain, if you prefer rather plaesant and easy tours we recommend you to choose cycling across fruit orchards and vineyards.