Amalfi Coast Bike Tours

​This is Italy’s swanky coastline. Amalfi is all about sizzle and style and lots of curve in the road. From the cliffs of Positano, to the beautiful gardens of Villa Cimbrone in Ravello; rambling through the historic cathedral and cloisters in Amalfi, and boating along the glimmering Mediterranean coast–this trip just wreaks decadence. We’ll show you breathtaking scenery as you travel from dramatic clifftop towns, through hidden fishing inlets, and along some of the most spectacular, sunny coastlines imaginable.

Essence of Amalfi Coast

  • Tasting all the storied flavors of Campania: fresh vegetables, gnocchi, local wines, olive oil, and so much more
  • Explore the best of the region: Positano, Ravello and Capri
  • Immersing all your senses in the wondrous Amalfi Coast
  • Discover the real and locally made limoncello, Amalfi’s lemon liqueur

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People living on the Amalfi coast are are a fiercely proud bunch. It goes way back (as these things often do in Italy), to when the Duchy of Amalfi was an independent maritime republic, from the 7th to the 11th Centuries. That’s half a millennium of independence to crow about—at a time when pirates, marauders and all-conquering barbarian hordes were more common in the Mediterranean than hot meals.

Food & Wine

There is an increasing thriving wine buzz in Amalfi with pockets of wine producers buzzing around Ravello and up in the hills around Tramonti. All the wines are made with ancient varietals and appropriately compliment the local food; a plethora of beautiful, fresh Mediterranean fish combined with the richness of ingredients and vegetables foraged in the hills and land surrounding the dominant Lattari Mountains.


Vertical, lemon-terraced hillsides dotted with pink and white splashed villas, that then cascade down to bustling, larger seaside towns like Amalfi, Minori, Positano and Vietri sul Mare. Narrow stone steps and passageways connect these intriguing coastal villages with random scents of agrumi, fresh basil, simmering tomato sauce and other familiar and tasty Southern fragrances.

Best Time to Visit the Amalfi Coast

May, Sept & October

What to Bring on Tour to the Amalfi Coast

On the Bike:

  • 2-3 pairs of cycling shorts with chamois lining
  • Chamois cream
  • 2-3 brightly colored bicycle jerseys (one will be provided by us)
  • Cycling gloves
  • Cycling shoes and pedals (if you use them)
  • Sunglasses
  • Waterproof wind breaker or rain jacket
  • Light weight jacket or vest
  • Bicycle helmet
  • Day pack/hip pack
  • Arm and leg warmers
  • Saddle (optional)

Off the Bike:

  • 2-3 interchangeable evening outfits – our style is very casual and comfortable; jacket and tie not necessary
    • We occasionally have a more formal evening, feel free to bring something for that occasion
  • 1-2 lightweight sweaters
  • 1-2 pairs of shorts or slacks
  • Intimate clothing/sleepwear
  • Comfortable walking shoes for evenings in town

For Alpine Tours:

Pack warmer clothing (layers), waterproof gear, warm gloves and hat

Personal Supplies:

  • Passport and photocopies of your passport
  • Wallet ☐ Airline ticket/e-ticket information
  • Camera and camera charger
  • Cell phone
  • Electrical adapter and adapter plug
  • Toiletries
  • Prescriptions or other medications
  • Bathing suit and sunscreen
  • Cash for guide gratuity and meals on own
  • Cash for wine kitty (optional)