Chianti bike tour with electric bike

€ 1260 (from) / Per person

Chianti bike tour with electric bike

From Florence to Siena . . . and back!
Get your e-bike & take on the vine-covered hills of the Chianti region, from Florence to Siena & then back to Florence.
Everyone knows Chianti for its exquisite wines. But the region also contains remarkable Renaissance churches, turreted medieval castles, artisan pecorino cheeses, ancient villages, picturesque farmhouses & elegant villas. Explore the enchanting hilltop town of San Gimignano, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Frolic through sunflower fields & drink rich, complex reds as the sun sets over golden hills. Wander through the narrow cobblestone streets of Siena & enjoy a refreshing spritz where the city hosts its bi-annual horse races, a 400-year old tradition. The heart of Tuscany waits for you!

  • 7 Days
  • Age 15+
  • Tuscany


  • Visit Florence
  • Greve and Panzano in Chianti
  • San Gimigano
  • Stay in Siena


Day 1 – Firenze 

Day 2 – Greve in Chianti 

Day 3 – Castellina in Chianti

Day 4 – San Gimignano 

Day 5 – Siena 

Day 6 – Panzano 

Day 7 – Firenze 

How does it work

We transfer your luggage

Just leave it at the reception desk with your name tag & you will find it at your next accommodation.

We book your hotels

We will book double rooms with private bathrooms in 3- or 4-star hotels, boutique B&Bs, or agritourism estates. You will find the vouchers to each hotel in your welcome package.

We supply GPS files.

In order to be more eco-friendly, we will provide a GPX reader application with a user-friendly interface, allowing for easy and real-time navigation

Departure: Florence
Destination: Florence
  • 7 nights (in 3/4 stars accommodation)
  • All breakfast (dinners on demand)
  • Emergency number 24/7
  • Gps files 
  • Luggage transfer
  • Dinners
  • Tips

Our rental bikes

Our bikes are equipped with plastic water bottle, rear pannier, lock, kit repair, spare tubes, GPS available on demand.

Tour Plan


Day 1: Arrival in Florence

Easy to reach and great to visit. Take a tour of town, meet your guide and have a bike fitting. Free supper and overnight Hotel Fortezza.


Day 2: Firenze - Greve in Chianti

Get a transfer to Firenze Ponte a Ema, your starting point and cycle to Greve in Chianti via Impruneta, a leisurely ride through the first Chianti vineyards, leading to one of the famous town of the area. Your hotel is on the main square, a peaceful spot unless it is market day, in which case it is crowded, but fun.


Distance 49 km

Day 3: Greve in Chianti - Castellina in Chianti

You are now in the very heart of “Chiantishire” cycling from one to the next small town. These little towns ( Greve / Panzano / Volpaia / Badia Coltibuono / Radda / Castellina) have a common history as they were all part of the Chianti League in the Middle Ages and are now associated in the Gallo Nero consortium which produces the “Chianti Classico” wine.


Distance 40 km

Day 4: Castellina in Chianti - San Gimignano

(Lilliano / Lecchi / Staggia / Colle Valdelsa / Bibbiano). A day that starts with a breathtaking descent, then take a small detour to visit Monteriggioni, the small village enclosed inside perfectly round walls; the day continues through windings roads that climb first to Colle di Val d’Elsa, then to San Gimignano, called the Manhattan of the Middle-ages, because of its many towers, the highest of which is 54m high.


Distance 55 km

Day 5: San Gimignano - Siena

(Quartaia / Abbadia Isola / Monteriggioni / Badesse ). Meander through soft hills covered with olive trees and vineyards to reach Siena, one of the most famous town of Italy. Its main square, ”Piazza del Campo” is famous throughout the world because the “Palio”, during which different parts of town compete on horse back. Remember to savor an ice-cream while sitting at one of the many cafés that surround the square, admiring the “Torre del Mangia” and the crowd of tourists strolling by.


Distance 54 km

Day 6: Siena - Panzano in Chianti

(San Sano / Radda / Pieve / Panzano). Because this tour is a loop today we start on our way back to Florence, Chianti hills are tough, but by now you should have got used to them and the ups and downs of the road will seem light. In Panzano, pay a visit to the famous Cecchini butcher shop, if only to meet the character.


Distance 50 km

Day 7: Panzano - Florence

(with final transfer to avoid city traffic) – We are back where we started with some time for the last shopping occasions in the many boutiques of this beautiful town.


Day 8: End of our service

See you next trip!!

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