Along Italy's oldest wine road, bike fans can pedal in mild temperatures from March until late autumn. The cycle paths are suitable for family-friendly or more sporty tours. Apple orchards and vineyards, medieval castles and stately homes, and wine villages and wineries inviting you to taste excellent wines, are located along the popular cycle route through the largest and most traditional wine region of South Tyrol.
You can choose to get to know the South Tyrolean Wine Road and its fine wines on one of the three enjoyment cycle tours: the central wine cycle route is dedicated to the wines Pinot Blanc and Kalterersee. The northern route from Bolzano/Bozen to Nals/Nalles runs through the Lagrein and St. Magdalener zone. The southern wine route winds through the cultivation zone of the much-awarded Gewürztraminer, whose name originates from the wine-growing village of Tramin/Termeno.
Along the wine road, there are several rental stations for bicycles and e-bikes. The organised wine bike tours also offer a visit to a winery, including a guided tasting and subsequent shuttle bus service.