Road and mountain biking in Sicily

Sicily is Italy’s biggest island and offers much to explore amongst its almost 10,000 square miles. While food is generally top of mind for visitors, Sicily is home to ancient structures stretching back thousands of years, stunning natural reserves, and rugged coastline. The best way to take it all in is on a bicycle. Given the undulating terrain, a decent fitness level is advised, but routes cater to experienced and beginner cyclists alike. These biking routes will let you explore the region’s impressive scenery, food, and history — and are the ultimate way to experience the island.

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Road and mountain biking in Sicily

Sicily is Italy’s biggest island and offers much to explore amongst its almost 10,000 square miles. While food is generally top of mind for visitors, Sicily is home to ancient structures stretching back thousands of years, stunning natural reserves, and rugged coastline. The best way to take it all in is on a bicycle. Given the undulating terrain, a decent fitness level is advised, but routes cater to experienced and beginner cyclists alike. These biking routes will let you explore the region’s impressive scenery, food, and history — and are the ultimate way to experience the island.

Preparing for a bike trip across Sicily
<img src="https://d36tnp772eyphs.cloudfront.net/blogs/1/2019/08/Cyclist-with-his-bicycle-touring-in-front-of-the-Temple-of-Hercules-in-San-Marco-dAlunzio-Sicily-Italy.jpg" alt="" width="1280" height="960" class="… Read More

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