Being able to travel on a road bike through an F1 pitlane and follow in the footsteps of icons on the trail of the Giro d’Italia – that sounds like an interesting road biking adventure. And that’s exactly what a road bike holiday in March offers. Because opposites attract here and different landscapes combine to form an overall picture. You’ll travel between the Adriatic and Apennines on a road bike holiday. Between conservation areas with dense woods and a crystal-clear sea with Blue Flag beaches.
The variety of the hilly natural surroundings is simply incredible: coastal roads and plateaus, gentle hills and river valleys, impressive mountain roads, solitary tops of the passes and high plateaus – it’s hardly possible for a road bike region to be any more diverse. Chains of hills along the border with Umbria take you to the Adriatic coast and shape the landscape. The peaceful hilly landscape impresses everyone from road bike novices to old hands and individualists in search of adventure. The Riviera del Conero appeals to both professional road cyclists and nature lovers – with its “endless hills” and the steep white limestone mountain massifs, secluded bays with golden yellow beaches and picturesque towns. On the opposite side is Monte Conero with its lush natural park.