Would you like to have an exciting cycling vacation in Europe? Freewheel Holidays, the international self-guided bike vacation specialist, points out three routes without steep climbs or descents for people who are new to multi-day bicycle touring in Europe.

Freewheel Holidays, a U.K. based company, organizes bicycle vacations along many traffic-free courses. Most cyclists bike across flat terrains, avoiding the difficult routes that could lead to fatigue and frustrated condition.

The company features a range itineraries from four to nine nights’ to 12 European countries including England, Austria, France, Holland, Czech Republic, Italy, Malta, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Sweden and Portugal. Most are self-guided with a few exceptions of a few fully-guided vacation packages in Croatia, France, Italy and Prague to Vienna.

The following three bike itineraries for new cyclists include routes in Catalonia, Spain; Daube, Austria; and Loire Valley, France. Within each itinerary, the self-guided vacation programs include accommodation with breakfast, detailed route notes, point-to-point luggage transfers, 24-hour emergency support, and bike rentals.

The Catalonia Greenways is a seven-day journey encompassed with an exploration of extinct volcanoes in Garrotxa National Park in the Girona Pyrenees, a cultural adventure of the 13th century market town, Olot, and many more infamous locations including a medieval town in Girona. Departure cycles launch from early January to end of October 2019.

Catalonia Greenways
Catalonia Greenways

The Danube Cycle Pat-Passau to Vienna is an eight-day journey which explores ancient military and trading routes along the Danube River which was once traversed by Romans. Departures start in early April to mid October 2019.

The seven-day Loire Valley Castles itinerary guides cyclists through the Loire Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage area, also known as the “garden of France.” The famous and majestic of all Loire castles, Château de Chambord, is also included in the itenary, along with plenty of opportunities for food and wine tastings along the countryside road. Journeys begin in late April to mid September 2019.