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Our most recommended Campania Bike Tours

Sorrento: E-Bike Wine & Food Tour

1. Sorrento: E-Bike Wine & Food Tour

Hop onto your e-bike and cruise along the old mule trails to Sant’Agasta sui due Golfi. Along the way, stop in Schiazzano, a small hamlet within the Massa Lubrense territory. Visit a local family farm and witness the process of mozzarella and caciottina production firsthand. Taste local cured meats and the renowned Provolone del Monaco D.O.P. Sip on authentic fresh homemade lemon juice. Try some lemon and orange marmalade on melba toast, and local extra virgin olive oil on homemade bread. 

Naples: Sightseeing Tour by E-Bike

2. Naples: Sightseeing Tour by E-Bike

Get a better appreciation of the historic city of Naples and its impressive monuments on a guided e-bike tour. Start with a ride down Spaccanapoli in the historic heart of the city to arrive at Piazza del Municipio, where the 13th-century Castel Nuovo (Maschio Angioino) is located. Ride onwards to Piazza del Plebiscito and marvel at the colonnades of the Royal Palace and the oldest active opera house in the world at the Real Teatro di San Carlo. Next, cycle in safety along the bike paths of the promenade to Marinaro, home to the Castel dell'Ovo, the oldest castle in Naples. Learn about some of the legends associated with the fortress, such as the myth of the siren Queen Partenope. Look closer at the old settlement of Monte Echia, considered the first area of Neapolis settled by the Greeks. Travel along the magnificent coastline of the Gulf of Naples with impressive views of Vesuvius and the islands of Capri, Ischia, and Procida at almost every turn in the road.

Naples: City Highlights Guided Bike Tour

3. Naples: City Highlights Guided Bike Tour

Admire the mix of Italian and Greek influences as you see the highlights in Naples on this bike tour. Ride through the historic center and experience the Greek influence as you ride down the streets Via dei Tribunali and Anticaglia. Start by riding down the Naples Promenade. Enjoy views of the sea with Vesuvius looming in the background. Pass by the seafront castle of Castel dell’ Ovo. Ride past seaside cafes and shops as you go through Borgo Marinari. Go east on Via Caracciolo street until you reach the stately Piazza del Plebiscito square where you can see the Royal Palace and the church of San Francesco di Paola. Turn onto the bustling commercial street Via Toledo where you can reach the squares Piazza Carità and Piazza del Gesù. Continue to the ancient Greek heart of Naples in the Decumani district. Experience the Greek layout as you ride down narrow streets in this historic center. Peddle down Via dei Tribunali and Anticaglia to see the dozens of ancient churches and some charming squares.

Sorrento: Backroads E-Bike Tour and Limoncello

4. Sorrento: Backroads E-Bike Tour and Limoncello

This e-bike tour will let you discover the ancient connecting roads of the Sorrento Coast between Sorrento and Massa Lubrense. The route winds through the olive and lemon groves typical of our area, along the roads and paths that our grandparents used to travel. We will bike immersed in the sounds of nature, away from the chaos and typical tourist itineraries. During the tour, we will stop at “Il Convento”, a farmhouse surrounded by a vast lemon grove which has made the preservation of the traditions of the territory its strong point. Here we will stop to taste one of the symbolic products of the Sorrento Coast: the limoncello, strictly prepared with IGP Sorrento lemon following the traditional recipe. In addition to limoncello, we will taste other products prepared with lemon. An experience not to be missed!

Naples: Panoramic E-Bike Tour

5. Naples: Panoramic E-Bike Tour

Start from the ancient street of Spaccanapoli located in the heart of the historic city of Naples to reach Piazza del Municipio where the castle Maschio Angioino is located and then head to Piazza Plebiscito with its royal palace and San Carlo theater. Proceed to the promenade along the cycle path where you will stop at the ancient village of Marinaro which houses Castel dell'Ovo, the oldest castle of Naples and source of ancient legends like that of the siren Parthenope. In front of the castle, you will see Monte Echia, considered the  first settlement area of Neapolis by the Greeks. Your tour will then continue crossing the magnificent coastline by the splendid gulf setting characterized by Vesuvius, the Sorrento Peninsula and the islands of Capri, Ischia and Procida. Your next stop will be at Virgilian Natural Park from where you can easily climb the hill of Posillipo. From here, you will leave to cross the former industrial area of Bagnoli and visit the North pier (a walk of 1000 meters over the sea and a work of industrial architecture that was the old pontoon of ILVA). Finally, return to the center through the west of the city.

Naples: Guided Fat e-Bike Tour

6. Naples: Guided Fat e-Bike Tour

You'll begin with a 15-minute briefing throughout which you will be taught how to use your e-bike in the best way possible. You will also be briefed on a few rules which will help you enjoy your safe and fun bike tour to the fullest. Following that, you will begin your panoramic tour through the best squares, castles, and monuments of the city. You will see Piazza del Plebiscito and the Royal Palace, before encountering Via Caracciolo where you will fall in love with the views over the Gulf of Napoli. From there, proceed through Via dei Mille which is complete with luxury shops, before traveling to Mergellina where you can discover its Fountain of Parthenope. You'll then travel to the panoramic terraces of S. Antonio a Posillipo, where you will be shown breathtaking views of the city and Virgiliano Park with views over the gulf, Pozzuoli, and the Islands of Ischia and Procida. You'll finally take a break to relax, before proceeding to your final stop at the Castel dell'Ovo where you will hear the legend of "the egg".

From Sorrento: Amalfi Coast Sightseeing Bike Tour

7. From Sorrento: Amalfi Coast Sightseeing Bike Tour

You will leave Sorrento and head to Meta passing through the small towns of Sant’Agnello and Piano di Sorrento. In Meta you will do the first difficult phase of the tour: a 5km uphill road with a slope of 4-5% until the hamlet of Colli di San Pietro, then you will go downwards until the start of Highway 163 towards Amalfi. The first section of the highway is curvy and goes downwards. The view is breathtaking; it will be hard not to be tempted to stop and take a picture. Before getting to Positano, the road goes upwards for 1.5 km, but the enthusiasm to arrive at the pearl of the Amalfi Coast will give you energy. You will bike along the curvy roads of the Amalfi Coast passing through the famous towns of Praiano and Positano until reaching the Amalfi Cathedral. Once you have arrived in Amalfi, you will stop for about 30 minutes to stroll along the traditional alleys and visit the beautiful Saint Andrew Cathedral. You will then go back to Sorrento biking along the same way. The bike tour will end in Sorrento after having covered approximately 60 km.

Sorrento: E-Bike Tour and Food Tasting with Capri View

8. Sorrento: E-Bike Tour and Food Tasting with Capri View

Embark on an e-bike around Sorrento and discover the magical views. Cycle up Mt S. Costanzo, marvel at the iconic views before heading to visit a farm and tasting local produce. This tour will let you discover the charming corners of the Sorrento Peninsula, places immersed in nature that have not been yet contaminated by mass tourism. Departing from Sorrento, we will bike along the panoramic road of Marciano, overlooking Capri and the sea of the Gulf of Naples, until the hamlet of Termini. We will briefly stop there to rest a little bit before biking uphill to Mt S. Costanzo. Reached the mountaintop, we will leave our bicycles and walk to the chapel to enjoy a breath-taking view on the Gulfs of Naples and Salerno. We will then proceed downhill towards the promontory of Punta Campanella, the edge of Sorrento Peninsula, an archeological site dominated by an old guard tower and the majestic lighthouse. The atmosphere is magic: we will rest immersed in the sounds of nature in complete peace. We will then visit the holiday farm "Fossa Papa" where we will taste local products while enjoying an amazing view of Capri, right in front of us. After the tasting, we will go back to Sorrento.

From Sorrento: Mount Vesuvius E-bike Tour

9. From Sorrento: Mount Vesuvius E-bike Tour

Hop on an e-bike and discover the untouched beauty of Mount Vesuvius on a tour designed especially for nature and adventure lovers. After getting picked up from your hotel in Sorrento, Massa Lubrense, Piano di Sorrento, Sant'Agnello, or Meta, head to the valley where your tour begins.  Bike along designated tracks surrounded by the flourishing and peculiar nature of Mount Vesuvius and enjoy mesmerizing views of the valley downhill. As you approach the summit, witness how the vegetation becomes increasingly sparse until you reach the barren mountaintop. At the summit, dismount your bike and spend some time soaking up the unique views of the area before walking to the crater. Admire views of the plane below and learn more about Mount Vesuvius' geology, nature, and its role in history and in the life of people living in the area. At the end of your tour, get dropped off back at your hotel in Sorrento.

Positano & Amalfi Coast Sightseeing Bike Tour

10. Positano & Amalfi Coast Sightseeing Bike Tour

Meet your guide and tour group in Sorrento where you will get kitted out with all the necessary equipment to begin your cycling tour. First, head to Meta di Sorrento passing through the small towns of the peninsula. Then, bike along a 5 km uphill road with a slope of 4-5% until you reach the hamlet of Colli di San Pietro. Then, ride downhill and take highway SS 163 towards the Amalfi Coast. The first section of the highway is curvy and goes downwards so you can relax and take in the breathtaking views. After this, peddle upwards on a 1.5 km stretch of road to reach Positano. The enthusiasm to arrive at the pearl of the Amalfi Coast will give you energy. When you arrive, take your time to explore Positano with no rush. Enjoy the many panoramic viewpoints and stroll through the small alleys. On the way back, stop at the highest point of the Sorrento Peninsula, the Sant’Angelo peak. From here, enjoy the wonderful view of the Gulfs of Naples and Salerno. Finally, return to Sorrento along the panoramic Via Nastro Verde.

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What people are saying about Campania

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 38 reviews

Took a bike ride with Tino today. My wife and I happened to be the only guests so it was basically a private bike tour. We were immediately caught up in the traffic of Naples. Following Tino in the heavy traffic in the city was great. He was a pleasant and good guide. The bike tour itself was also fantastic. We only stay in the city for a short time and have visited many nice, familiar and beautiful places in 3 hours. We did this tour with an e-bike, a good choice, because Naples is not flat and so it is pleasant to cycle in the warm weather. Recommended!

Very nice cycling route for a first introduction to Naples. Very friendly local guide who explains everything in a pleasant way and guides you through the busier parts without any problems. Cool e-bikes that allow you to easily defy the height differences. The guide is happy to answer all your questions and give you great tips. Top!

Our guide Matthias was extremely individual, nice and adjusted to wishes. For the short time we had it was a very nice glimpse into Naples today and old. Many Thanks. The bikes were absolutely perfect. Don't forget a water bottle! Thank you Birgit&Bernhard from Austria (24.5.3022)

Our guide was great. It was a quick and nice discovery of the City.

We had a great bike tour with Tino and can higly recommend it.