South France

South France Bike Tours

Lavendar, croissants and café au lait… Mont Ventoux, the Gorges du Verdon and the Cote d’Azur. Need we say more?! The South of France offers unique and contrasting landscapes to experience on two wheels. From the picture-perfect lavender fields of Provence, to the iconic Mont Ventoux, to the wild, remote Cevennes & Ardeche mountains, the South of France offers incredible rides for cyclists of all abilities. The region’s warm Mediterranean climate makes the South of France the ideal location for year-round riding.

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Tour of Provence

€ 3.799

Discover the best roads, food and hospotality that Provence has to offer on this 7-day tour of this romantic region of southern France. Explore lesser-known villages and calm roads that sweep past fields of lavendar, and taste authentic French cuisine and refuel for the next ride.

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The South of France is a favourite holiday destination for so many wonderful reasons, including cycling! This Mediterranean region boasts a warm year-round climate, delicious French cuisine and some of the most beautiful villages in Europe, making it a favourite destination among cyclists of all disciplines. Discover awesome ascents such as Mont Ventoux, featured at least 18 times in the Tour de France, as well as dramatic natural wonders such as the Verdon Gorges.

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Women's Cycling

Women’s Pyrenees Tour With Eat Sleep Cycle

This is a guest post by Kath, one of our lovely guests on our recent Women’s Pyrenees Tour who has written all about her experience on her blog. Conquering Cols in the Pyrenees with a different edge – we were all women! I had signed up to this holiday several months ago – I knew […]


A Grand Départ we will never forget

This weekend we opened the doors to our brand new Girona Hub, a pretty momentous & proud moment in our short (but intense) history. Our early blog readers will remember how Eat Sleep Cycle started: in August 2016 we ran our first tour from Girona to Biarritz with a rented Enterprise van and 6 intrepid […]


The rock and roll lifestyle of a bike tour guide in the Pyrenees

I won’t thank my new editor Lee Comerford for tasking me with the most general of all assignments; ‘a blog on the last week’, or something like that, would be great. Tonight. How can one sum up in words what it feels like to ride across the Pyrenees for work? How impossible is it to […]