Both the Riviera and San Remo hinterland are a perfect choice for people who love cycling. Level or winding roads that run along the hills: they can offer you the possibility of a full workout while enjoying the fresh sea air at the same time.
Lots of experts and amateurs chose San Remo for training all year round because of its mild climate.
Mountain bike and trekking
The valleys and mountains surrounding San Remo offer interesting itineraries to those who love trekking and mountain bike. The routes of San Remo hinterland can suit both amateurs and experts, with routes ranging in difficulty from beginner to challenging. In addition, with the right equipment you can also organise excursions that last a few days.
Trekking shoes, mountain bikes, casual wearing, and a detailed map: these are the ingredients for your unforgettable journey to the discover the marvellous landscape. Surrounded by greenery and far from the hustle and bustle of the city, striking routes wind along lavender fields, stone houses, fifteenth-century parish churches, muletracks, fountains, and sanctuaries.
Leaving the coastal area behind you as you pass through curves and a few hundred meters in altitude, you will cycle through chestnut groves and beechwoods – a very different scenery from the coastal environment of palm trees and tropical plants. You will thus find yourself surrounded by woods, valleys, historic monuments – such as parish churches and sanctuaries – and strikingly age-old villages.