Umbria Bike Tours

Even with neighboring Tuscany being a household name, Umbria has remained a lesser-known part of central Italy. It’s the country’s green heart—a land of olive groves, Sagrantino vineyards, and valleys full of poplar trees—with the Apennine Mountains forming Umbria’s border with Le Marche. Tributes to St. Francis of Assisi reverberate in art and architecture, medieval towns crown rolling hills above ravines and basins, and potters produce the colorful Deruta ceramics just as they did during the Middle Ages.


Strangozzi pasta, Perugina chocolate, organic olive oils, pecorino cheese, and black truffles


Sagrantino di Montefalco, Sagrantino Passito, and Sangiovese

Any scheduled tour can be made private. Your group, your dates. Go Private