Did you know that you can cycle all year round in this region, without freezing in the winter or melting in the summer? …and did you know that Europe’s longest cycle path by the sea starts here, with 30 km created from an abandoned railway line? There are 1,200 km of routes in all, with varying difficulties, some very easy, starting from the coast and crossing Liguria, as far as Piedmont and France. We know the various routes well and we can give you advice on those that will suit you best, along with updated maps and information.
A historic line that runs alongside the Parco del Ciapà, follows the “gattara” trail and reaches the Porteghetto in Cervo. The distinctive feature of this trail is the “Salto nel Blu” jump, located in one of the most scenic parts of the trail.
Jewel in the crown of the Gulf of Diano Marina downhill trails, with stretches that have enduro features. It’s no coincidence that three special super enduro races and an opening race in the Italian Downhill Championship took place here! The route starts in Piazzale delle Antenne in Cervo.
Known as the sentiero dei salti (trail of jumps), given that it has 32 of them! The further down you go, the more the jump lines intensify. The old cross-country trail starts from the Pizzo d’Evigno road, in Diano San Pietro, and leads to the hamlet of Rovere in San Bartolomeo al Mare.
A short but very intense circuit, where a good level of training and an expert guide are essential. This is the alternative to the ancient mule track of Via Cà De Mai, along which you can climb the ridge and reach Conna (Andora) or Cervo.
A dirt road trail, with a combination of uphill and downhill stretches that put the bikers to the test. To get to the starting point of the circuit, you set off from the locality of Poiolo, carrying on up Via delle Vallette as far as the locality of Monade (Park dei Maiali).
A few minutes from the centre of Diano Marina, this easy trail is a fun high-performance circuit, where you can train specifically for Cross Country. In fact, along the trail, there are various difficulties typical of this discipline and sections for cooling down.
A route through the Diano Marina hinterland, suitable for well-trained and expert bikers. Departure is from the Via Aurelia State Road SS1, on a mixture of asphalt and dirt track. After 30 km, you come to the villages of Muratori, Diano Serreta and Diano Gorleri, before rushing back down to Diano Marina.
A circuit that starts from Diano, climbs up to the Parco del Ciapà and to the Antenna trail, carrying on along the scenic ridge and down the mule track to the hamlet of Molino del Fico. Along dirt roads and hillside paths, you come to Passo Grillarine and Diano Gorleri, until you get reach the point of departure.
Everything you find in our hotel for cyclists!
Safe Bike Room
Well-equipped repair shop
Washing of technical clothing
Electric bike charging
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