Discover all the charm of Umbria by exploring it with our fantastic E-bikes! Whether you are an expert cyclist or a beginner, we offer tailor-made itineraries for every level of preparation and suitable for all ages, to discover the most suggestive and hidden sides of the splendid Umbrian nature.
Explore Umbria by E-bike
Explore Umbria by E-bike
Our qualified cycling guides will accompany you along various routes, from the easiest to the most demanding, with durations ranging from 30 to 300 minutes. Saddle up and let yourself be enchanted by the wonders of Umbria on two wheels!
Città di Castello – 10 km
Estimated travel time 30 minutes
Sansepolcro – 20km
Estimated travel time 60 minutes
The best way to reach Città di Castello or Sansepolcro by bicycle is through the cycle and pedestrian path of the Tiber.
Celle – Citerna – Celle
Estimated journey time 180 minutes
Max slope 21% – approx. 14 km / 425 m +
From the Small Cemetery, a short downhill stretch to be tackled with caution opens the way towards hills and rural landscapes full of ancient charm. (1.8km dirt road)
From the descent you pass to the climb that gently climbs up to one of the most beautiful villages in Italy, CITERNA, from which the spectacle of the valley opens up in the main square. (4km asphalt)
After a brief stop, a passage through the city streets and after admiring the beautiful “Madonna di Donatello” (cost of visiting the Madonna di Donatello museum € 5.00) we set off again towards paths immersed in nature, where Francis and many pilgrims have left their mark . We say goodbye to the small village descending from the southern slope (2 km asphalted) which leads us to the entrance to more or less well-trodden roads, immersed in a nature that still dominates where we can glimpse a not too distant past, which will take us up to at the starting point. (3.5 km dirt road)
Estimated travel time 240 minutes
Max slope 20% – approx. 20 km / 620 m +
You get to Citerna with the same route as the short itinerary, but the next stop this time will be Monterchi, the first town after the Umbrian border.
We descend from via Madonna Del Parto which leads us to the threshold of the birthplace of Piero della Francesca’s mother.
Here, in the civic museum, the famous painting “Madonna del parto” is kept (cost of visiting the museum of the Madonna del Parto € 6.50).
Leaving the museum located right along the city walls, we continue following the river path of the Cerfone stream where a circular route will begin which will show us the hidden side of this splendid village.
To end on a high note, we will retrace the paths of San Francesco among olive groves and chestnut groves and evocative landscapes that will accompany us up to Borgo di Celle.
Giro della diga di Montedoglio
Estimated journey time 300 minutes
Approximately 67 km / 450m+
The tour of the Montedoglio dam by bicycle is an ideal choice for cycling enthusiasts and nature lovers. The dam, located north of the city, offers a panoramic route with a view of the homonymous artificial lake that was formed during the construction of the water system in the area (1970s).
It is a recommended route in every season because it allows you to appreciate the different natural environments at different times of the year.
The most fascinating stretch of the tour is the one that runs along the lake. At this point the road becomes much flatter and you can pedal easily enjoying the view. During the ride, you will also come across some bays or entrances to the lake, which are worth visiting to admire the crystal clear water and the lush nature that surrounds it.
One of the most beautiful stops on the trip is at the lookout point on the dam, where you can admire a breathtaking view of the valley below.
The return to Citta di Castello can be done via Anghiari, or you can continue towards Sansepolcro along the Tiber river and then returning to the state road.
In summary, the bike ride around the Montedoglio dam is an unforgettable experience that I recommend to anyone who wants to experience total immersion in the nature and beauty of the territories of Umbria and Tuscany.