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• Road Bike Holidays in Emilia Romagna •

We know you are among the most demanding of cyclists, loving a challenge and always in search of your best performance. Fear not, here in Emilia Romagna, where the mountains slope down towards the Adriatic Riviera, you will find exactly the right recipe.
Mythical ascents, passes, ups and downs, but also lots of flat land where you can restore your energy before confronting your next challenge.

• Road bike hotels •

Hotel Beau Soleil
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Cesenatico
Ambienthotels Panoramic
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Viserba
Hotel Gallia
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Valverde di Cesenatico
Hotel Valverde & Residenza
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Cesenatico
Hotel Alexander
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Gabicce Mare
Hotel Oste del Castello
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Verucchio
Grand Hotel Terme della Fratta
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Fratta Terme
Grand Hotel Cesenatico
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Cesenatico
Hotel Poker
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Riccione
Hotel Queen Mary
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Cattolica
Grand Hotel Terme
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Riolo Terme
Hotel San Marco
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Cattolica
Hotel delle Terme Santa Agnese
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Bagno di Romagna
Hotel Gemma
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Riccione
Hotel Dory & Suite
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Riccione
Sportur Club Hotel
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Cervia
Hotel Doge
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Torre Pedrera
Hotel Gambrinus Mare
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Cattolica
Hotel Apollo
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Valverde di Cesenatico
Hotel Augusta
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Bellaria Igea Marina
Hotel Adlon
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Riccione
Hotel New Bristol
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Cesenatico
Hotel Marinella
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Gabicce Mare
Hotel Tiffany & Resort
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Valverde di Cesenatico
Hotel Lungomare
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Villamarina di Cesenatico
Hotel Sarti
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Riccione
Ròseo Euroterme Wellness Resort
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Bagno di Romagna
Hotel Fedora
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Riccione
Hotel Montecarlo
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Riccione
Hotel Gambrinus
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Riccione
Oxygen Lifestyle Hotel
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Viserbella
Hotel Miramonti
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Bagno di Romagna
Hotel Perla
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Riccione
Bike Hotel Europa Monetti
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Cattolica
Hotel Ancora
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Cattolica

• Road bike •

Cesenatico

The countryside may seem gentle, but it can become gruelling when you venture inland.
For cycle-lovers, Cesenatico can certainly satisfy an appetite for climbs, re-tracing the routes of the Pirate, Marco Pantani, and the “Nove Colli” (Nine Hills) of the famous Gran Fondo: a favourite among cycling enthusiasts and cycle-tourists from all parts of the world.
But if you are not at peak of training, we suggest you try the “Mini Nove Colli” route.

Rimini-Riccione-Cattolica

For most visitors, it is the image of the sea that remains in the memory throughout the year, together with sunbathing, parties on the beach and those famous discos. For cycling enthusiasts, on the other hand, this place is a real Paradise, thanks to the ease of finding mountain routes to suit your style.
You can enjoy cycling along the Panoramic Road, a long natural terrace between Gabicce and Pesaro. The route involves a series of ups and downs, bends and double bends, with hills all around with clumps of maritime pines, scented linden trees and late-flowering broom. Alternatively, if you want a real challenge, you can press on to visit the harsh beauty of the Furlo Gorge, following the route of the old Via Flaminia, which linked the Adriatic coast to Rome.
Further on again, you can cross the Conca Valley, where your fatigue will be offset by the sight of wonderful historic villages, still preserving their original mediaeval features.

Fratta Terme

The valley is given over to sport and wellbeing, but in the outlying areas you will find some ascents and passes to really test your metal as climbers: long and short ascents, up and down sections, and fast, technical descents.
Take note of the following: the La Calla Pass, Pieve di Rivoschio, and the Sulparo Pass where, right at the top, you will find a monument to a cyclist and a plaque that reads: “Bella e impossibile di Romagna. Come un’amante prima ti affascino, poi mi odi, infine mi ami” (Romagna is both beautiful and impossible. It can be compared to a lover: first you like me, then you hate me, and finally you love me).

• Best road bike tours •

The river Ronco and Ravenna capital of Empire
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Difficulty Difficulty Easy
Distance Distance 77.5km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 100mt
Castles and Fortresses of the Malatestas  (via Monte Luro)
MORE Castles and Fortresses of the Malatestas (via Monte Luro)
Difficulty Difficulty Medium
Distance Distance 121km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1550mt
The hills of Romagna
MORE The hills of Romagna
Difficulty Difficulty Medium
Distance Distance 101,25 km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1376 m
The Sangiovese circuit
MORE The Sangiovese circuit
Difficulty Difficulty Easy
Distance Distance 65km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 600mt
La Verna
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Difficulty Difficulty medium/hard
Distance Distance 89 km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1200 m
The Olive Oil Circuit
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Difficulty Difficulty Very hard
Distance Distance 90km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1200mt
The valleys of Mussolini and of architecture rationalist and liberty
MORE The valleys of Mussolini and of architecture rationalist and liberty
Difficulty Difficulty Medium - Hard
Distance Distance 99.44km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1700mt
Valleys of the Marche
MORE Valleys of the Marche
Difficulty Difficulty Medium
Distance Distance 78km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 900mt
The Furlo Gorge
MORE The Furlo Gorge
Difficulty Difficulty Hard
Distance Distance 151km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 2200mt
“Sea-loving” panoramic route
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Difficulty Difficulty Easy
Distance Distance 107km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 650mt
Porcini mushroom circuit
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Difficulty Difficulty Hard
Distance Distance 105km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1850mt
3 dei 9 Colli
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Difficulty Difficulty hard
Distance Distance 150 km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 820 m
Climbers’ circuit no. 1
MORE Climbers’ circuit no. 1
Difficulty Difficulty Very hard
Distance Distance 100km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1750mt
Monte Fumaiolo
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Difficulty Difficulty medium
Distance Distance 60 km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1360 m
Diga di Montedoglio - Corto
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Difficulty Difficulty medium/hard
Distance Distance 110 km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 870 m
To the Altars of Romagna
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Difficulty Difficulty Easy
Distance Distance 61km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 250mt
The Raphael Circuit
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Difficulty Difficulty Medium
Distance Distance 100km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1200mt
Fratta - Barbotto - Perticara - San Marino - Fratta
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Difficulty Difficulty Medium - Hard
Distance Distance 146km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1779mt
The wine route
MORE The wine route
Difficulty Difficulty Medium
Distance Distance 56km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 892mt
Camaldoli - La verna
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Difficulty Difficulty medium/hard
Distance Distance 126 km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1200 m
The Way of Sant'Ellero
MORE The Way of Sant'Ellero
Difficulty Difficulty Hard
Distance Distance 95.98km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1700mt
Circuit of the Becchi
MORE Circuit of the Becchi
Difficulty Difficulty Medium
Distance Distance 87km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1100mt
The Grillo Pass
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Difficulty Difficulty Medium
Distance Distance 90km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 800mt
Sea, hills and sea again
MORE Sea, hills and sea again
Difficulty Difficulty Medium
Distance Distance 85km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 900mt
Cagliostro Visit (San Leo)
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Difficulty Difficulty Very hard
Distance Distance 105km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1850mt
Mini nine hills
MORE Mini nine hills
Difficulty Difficulty Hard
Distance Distance 105km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1850mt
The Montefeltro Circuit
MORE The Montefeltro Circuit
Difficulty Difficulty Medium
Distance Distance 135km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1100mt
Circuit of 3 Regions
MORE Circuit of 3 Regions
Difficulty Difficulty Hard
Distance Distance 157km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 2000mt
Diga Di Montedoglio - Lungo
MORE Diga Di Montedoglio - Lungo
Difficulty Difficulty hard
Distance Distance 126 km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1360 m
Castles and Fortresses of the Malatestas (via Colle Giove)
MORE Castles and Fortresses of the Malatestas (via Colle Giove)
Difficulty Difficulty Hard
Distance Distance 125.17 km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 2,224 m
Circuit for climbers
MORE Circuit for climbers
Difficulty Difficulty Very hard
Distance Distance 114km
Elevation gain Elevation gain 1550mt

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• TerraBici. The Land of Cycling •

We are located in Emilia Romagna, region bordered by Veneto and the beautiful cities of Venice and Padua to the North, and by Tuscany, Umbria and Marche to the South, offering charming cities such as Florence, Perugia, Assisi and Urbino.

We are characterised by a concentration of adrenaline, traditions and typical cuisine, captured in the most beautiful tours that touch sites on the Adriatic coast such as Cesenatico, the land of Pantani, and reach all the way to Ferrara and Ravenna, cities of art and history, passing through rugged ascents such as those of Cippo and Carpegna, or the Cimone in Modena.

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