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If you’ve dreamed of traveling off the beaten track and discovering the birth place of the Slow Food Movement, we invite you to explore Piedmont on a bike tour with DIGnGO. Bike through the hilly area of the Langhe. Ride over the rolling hills covered with vineyards of the Monferrat region. Taste Barolo and Barbaresco wines. And go in search of the rare white truffle with a local resident and his dog. Join a DIGnGO bicycle trip in Piedmont today!
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Your bike trip in Piedmont starts in Turin. After meeting your trip leaders, you shuttle to Coazzolo, a commune in the Province of Asti. Enjoy a light lunch and a quick introduction to the week. Later, get fitted on your bike and travel through lovely rural villages and vineyards. Arrive at the Relais San Maurizio, an ancient XVII century monastery and your hotel for the next two nights. In the evening, dine at Guido da Castigliole, a fine dining restaurant for more than 5 decades. Expect to be wowed by the exquisite display of culinary expertise.
Today’s Ride: 18 miles with 2,000 feet of climbing
Begin the day with a luscious breakfast at the Relais San Maurizio. Head out through the beautiful landscape of hilltop villages and vineyards to Costigliole d’Asti. Take a break for lunch on your own before cycling back toward Santo Stefano Belbo and your hotel. Later in the afternoon, make sure to go relax at the Spa La Via del Sale. Swim in the salt cave or lounge in the midst of the vineyards. Before dinner, join us for a wine tasting at one of the leading wine estate in the area.
Today’s Ride: 27 miles with 3,000 feet of climbing
Short Option: 18 miles with 1,800 feet of climbing
Long Option: 34 miles with 3,900 feet of climbing
Your luxury bike tour continues through the impressive hillside of the Langhe. In the morning, take an easy ride through some spectacular rolling hills. Then, arrive in Barbaresco, a town as well as the name of a famous wine. Go for a visit of the town on your own and if time permits, stop at the enoteca communale and taste some of the local wines. Leave Barbaresco and ride uphill to Benevello, your lunch break. In the afternoon, spin through the rolling hills to Villa Beccaris, a family run hotel and XVIII century villa with beautiful views on the Barolo hills. For dinner, you’re on your own in Monforte d’Alba, a historic hilltop town.
Today’s Ride: 31 miles with 3,700 feet of climbing
Short Option: 18 miles with 2,300 feet of climbing
Long Option: 36 miles with 4,900 feet of climbing
On your fourth day, set out on a loop ride to Barolo and through the surrounding vineyards. Leave Monforte d’Alba and ride by the Castello di Serralunga d’Alba, La Morra and Croera. Arrive in Barolo and join us for a wine tasting at the Marchesi di Barolo winery. Then, stroll the streets of the 10th century town before lunch on your own at a local trattoria. If time permits, go for a self-guided visit of the Castello Falletti di Barolo. Later, get back on your bike and head back to your hotel. On the way, challenge yourself on two steep climbs. Back at the hotel, you enjoy the rest of the day as you like.
Today’s Ride: 29 miles with 2,900 feet of climbing
Short Option: 18 miles with 1,400 feet of climbing
Long Option: 37 miles with 4,300 feet of climbing
Today, you cycle through the Province of Cuneo. Start with a downhill out of Montforte d’Alba before cycling through rolling hills on your way to Bene Vagienna for lunch. Challenge yourself on some significant climbs or jump in our minivan if you need a shuttle to the top of a hill. In the afternoon, arrive at the Palazzo Righini, a historical residence with frescoed ceilings and hand-baked bricks. Before dinner, join a local resident and his dog on a truffle hunting adventure. In the evening, gather with your newfound friends and celebrate the week with a dinner at the hotel gourmet restaurant.
Today’s Ride: 32 miles with 1,700 feet of climbing
Short Option: 18 miles with 1,000 feet of climbing
Long Option: 39 miles with 2,000 feet of climbing
Your cycling trip in Piedmont ends at the Turin Porta Nuova train station.
A few things. Our Piedmont cycling vacation was our second DIGnGO trip and we really liked it. We had great trip leaders. We told them to be slightly more attentive during rides for a couple in our group. Right away, we saw a big improvement. We liked the food, all very good. We enjoyed the nice blend of Michelin and informal restaurants. We even had fresh truffle with dinner!
One of the great weeks of our lives. We can only say great things about India and Martin. We liked their knowledge, enthusiasm, kindness, and work ethic. We were sad to say goodbye. I can’t wait to schedule another week with them & DIGnGO.
We had an awesome trip leader. We wish we could have spent more time with JP. We’re sure we would have liked to spend more time with him. We got some great tips on how to make it up the hills.
This trip was perfect. A little hot but you can’t control that. We are already looking into another bike trip for next summer.
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Wonderful. We had a blast during the truffle hunting.