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Tuscany - Off road

  • Voyage à moto Augustin de Chassy



    From 990€ / per person

    5 nights in a double room (single room supplement applies)

    5 Breakfasts

    5 Lunches

    5 Dinners

    4 Days biking accompanied by our guides

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  • Voyage à moto Augustin de Chassy

    Day 1

    Arrive the night before for dinner.

    Collect your rental bike if appropriate.

    Morning: Leave for Vagliagli along a promontory with a clear view of the walls of Siena, then we’ll head in the direction of the medieval village Starda.

    Lunch: At Starda castle, a great medieval place which seems set apart from the rest of the world.

    Afternoon: Dive into the heart of the rocky forests of the castle of Brolio, the historical seat of Chianti Classico.

    Return to the accommodation.


  • Voyage à moto Augustin de Chassy

    Day 2

    Morning: Take the direction of Rapolano, a town known for its thermal springs, across a maze of tracks which criss-cross through a scrubland of oak and broom: you can see for kilometres!

    Lunch: In the shade in the gardens of the restaurant Scuderia, taste one of the refreshing cep mushroom pasta dishes.

    Afternoon: There’s one track left to take you to Gaiole in Chianti. Follow our guide as he plunges again into the scrubland.

    Return to your castle or guesthouse.


  • Voyage à moto Augustin de Chassy

    Day 3

    Rest day: Forget your bike to make other unmissable discoveries…

    We suggest:

    Morning: Explore Siena!
    The city of Palio, scene of the mad horse race, is a labyrinth of pretty little roads which tumble over each other… really unmissable!

    Lunch: In Siena which is full of little restaurants and beautiful terraces.

    Afternoon: Relax in the thermal springs in Rapolano. The thermal springs are another of the riches of Tuscny: wallow in a pool, with a spectacular view over the hills, you’ll enjoy the soothing qualities of this warm underground spring, naturally rich in sulphur.

  • Voyage à moto Augustin de Chassy

    Day 4

    Morning: The vineyards and the woods around Radda in Chiannti, are another highly esteemed place of production of Chianti Classico, a foray into the countryside towards Val d’Arno and yes, you can see Florence at the end of the valley. It’ll be a sporty morning!

    Lunch: Volpaia is a fortified village, an isolated jewel which houses the restaurant Bar-Ucci which is run by Paola, a fantastic owner who knows how to welcome you. Her cooking is legendary : Goats chesses, Tuscan ham and pici (Siena pasta) in a stew have made her reputation.

    Afternoon: Return to Gaiole in Chianti, if you fancy it we can take you on a rather fun way back, but the choice is yours if you prefer to take a smoother way back feel free.

  • Voyage à moto Augustin de Chassy

    Day 5

    Morning: We’ll take a path that takes us over a chain of hill crests which separate Chianti from Val d’Arno and return via the forest and olive groves which lead towards the village of San Gusmè which, under the protection of its steep walls, opposes Siena.

    Lunch: With Sira and Remino, in the medieval village of San Gusmè, on an old paved terrace under the shelter of a Glycine climbing vine.

    Afternoon: Private visit to the wine cellars of the castle of Castagnoli, one of the most highly reputed producers of Chianti. And evidently you get to taste the wine too!

    Return to your castle or guesthouse.

    Leave for the airport.

Voyage à moto Augustin de Chassy


The group will meet at the accommodation in Giaole in Chianti. However for those of you arriving by plane we can arrange for a shuttle bus to come and meet you at the airport in Florence and to take you back again at the end of the tour.

Voyage à moto Augustin de Chassy


To make things easy for you to arrive by plane we can arrange for you to hire bikes from one of our local partners: Stradanova de Florence and Garaffi Moto de Poggibonsi.

Available models:
- KTM 400 EXC