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Try a host of different activities in glorious Turkish surroundings.
This is a small group adult holiday. The group is usually between 4 and 16 in size, with an average of 12 like-minded clients booking individually, in a couple or as friends together.
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Good weather, good company, good food, good cycling, good views.
The hilltop village of Ravello
Good but a little bit too cautious for some of the experienced cyclists
A lot of the hills proved quite challenging and most people thought the Moderate grading by Exodus was a bit ambitious.
The food at the hotels which was included in the price was excellent.
The food at the two restaurants recommended by the guide ( !!! ) was only average but was very expensive.
Enjoyable trip cycling up a relatively quiet coastline of Italy and finishing off in spectacular style on the Amalfi Coast with really really good food along the way (additional lunches were incredible value at around €10pp). Only complaint was the late arrival of the group flight which meant that after a 3 hour transfer we did not arrive at our first nights accommodation in Palinuro until 3am in the morning (even if it hadn't been delayed we would have arrived at 1.30am which is just too late).
Cycling 75kms on our last day along the Amalfi Coast road from Minori to Sorrento and back. Amazing!
...also cycling past the ruins at Paestrum.
...also the food was also incredible throughout.
Paolo was really good at keeping the group together whilst cycling.....this may have been frustrating for the faster cyclists but meant he could keep everyone safe along the way.
Insect repellent! Italian mosquitos are relentless and none of us were prepared for them.
Rental bikes were good and all came with rear bike racks and basic speedometers.
There was a support van behind us for most of the cycling which meant that if anyone struggled with any of the really big climbs they could jump on at will.
No. The leader carefully breaks up the distances covered with refreshment stops and lunch. The terrain will vary but clients are always free to hop on the support vehicle that shadows the whole group, if they feel like a break. Saying that, you do cover more ground than you think, especially with a tailwind behind you!
Will Shoubridge - Agency Sales
Synthetic, cotton or merino wool tops will be perfect for cycling , especially when it's hot . Shorts (could be padded) will also be great as it will almost certainly be too hot for cycling in trousers. Stiff sole shoes are in general better for cycling but you could also go for sandals. A lightweight windbreaker (or water-resistant/proof top) may come handy in the unlikely event of a spell of bad weather ; however, in case of rain you may well go for being wet because of the rain rather than because of your own sweat under a jacket.
Rachel George - Customer Operations
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