A day by e-bike discovering the Moscato wine and the UNESCO hills.
In the homeland of Cesare Pavese and world famous wines, stunning scenery and gastronomic discoveries between Canelli, Calosso, Cassinasco and Santo Stefano Belbo.
A Beautiful day out to discover a UNESCO world heritage area that has become world famous thanks to the production of high quality wines, the birthplace of Asti Spumante and the writer Cesare Pavese.
There are two possible routes for these day tours, so you can do them both as well, you will not get bored :)
Our itinerary starts from Canelli, towards Sant'Antonio, with a visit to the Torre dei Contini, down towards Santo Stefano Belbo (Cesare Pavese’s hometown), from here on secondary roads we climb up to the crossroads between Santo Stefano and Loazzolo, now on the ridge we will first reach the Santuario dei Caffi, and then Cassinasco where we can take a picture on the blue Big Bench before descending to Canelli.
Great views, fabulous food, this tour will enchant you!
Total kms: 50
Suitable for everyone, you only need to know how to ride a bike and to want to be on the saddle for the day!
Lover of outdoor activities, amateur sportsman, freelance surveyor, in his youth he has practiced many sports, from tennis to football, from skiing to trekking, to cycling.
Refined palate, a lover of good wine, and connoisseur of the Langa Astigiana, today Giulio is a MTB Guide and wants to discover and discover its splendid territory with the help of the e-bike.
Never without: sunglasses and helmet.
Personal motto: Difficult things are just a sequence of easy things.
It’s easy as riding a bike, but on climbs instead of pushing the bike you will be able to pedal (almost) effortlessly, thanks to the e-bike’s motor.
We'll pedal mostly on paved roads, with off-road detours through the vineyards and the hills.
A good familiarity with bike riding is required.
We will cover approximately 50 kilometers, with possible variations due to to the weather and the condition of the roads.
You will need to use a bike helmet, if you don’t have one we will provide you one.
This is a great little trip, trust us and come and try it!
An electric mountain bike, or e-bike, is a way to deal with paths which normally would not be doable by everyone, and enjoy the road, the landscape and nature.
There are also called “pedal assist” bikes, because the motor will help the rider in moving, but the rider still has to pedal.
So, by riding an e-bike, someone who is trained can get even further, and beginners can have fun without feeling exhausted straight away.
To understand and get a feel for how much fun and easy to use of these bicycles are, the only solution is to come and try!
The tour starts at 9.00 am in Canelli.
The price of the package (99 euro) includes:
- the e-bike rental
- assistance from Giulio for the whole day
The end of the tour is scheduled around 16.30 pm.
You can sign up directly in this page or by contacting us directly by e-mail at ([email protected]) or by phone or whatsapp at the number +39 370 3506333
All our tours are directly made by us, Giroola Srl, via Amorosa 3, 10030 Villareggia (TO) (P.iva 11671600010, Scia 19022017-1520 Suap 9007)
During the tour you'll be covered by our Civil Responsibility Assurance (Reale Mutua Assicurazioni, via Corte d'Appello 1, 10122 Torino, nr.2007/03/2276452).
We adhere to the Guarantee Fund (art.50 Dlgs 23.05.2011 n.79) which can be used by all travellers provided they have a contract in case of bankruptcy or insolvency for the refunding of the price paid. (Fondo Garanzia Viaggi Srl, via Nazionale 60, 00184 Roma, certificate n. A/146.1485/5/2017).
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Acceptance of reservations by Giroola Srl is subject to availability. Reservations will be considered final following confirmation by Giroola Srl, even via e-mail or fax, to the client.
Indications relative to the tour package not contained in the contract documents, brochures or other forms of written communication, will be supplied in time by Giroola Srl prior to the initial starting date in compliance with its duties as envisaged by Legislative . decree n. 79/2011.
Upon booking, a registration fee and a deposit of 25% of the total amount is required. Full payment is due 30 days prior to departure. For reservations made within 30 days of departure, full payment is due upon booking. Lack of payment of the abovementioned sums on the dates established constitutes grounds for cancellation of reservations such as to determine, on the part of Giroola Srl, the right to terminate the contract.
5) TRANSFER OF CONTRACT
The client renouncing the contract may be substituted by another person provided that:
a) Giroola Srl be given written notice at least 4 weekdays prior to the date of departure, together with the necessary personal data of the transferee;
b) The transferee be able to satisfy all the conditions for the fruition of the service ( ex article 10 of Legislative decree n.111/95) and in particular the requisites relative to passports, visas, health certificates;
c) The transferee refund Giroola Srl for all expenses incurred for the transfer of the contract for the sum specified before the transfer.
Moreover, the transferor and the transferee are both accountable for the payment in full of the tour package price as well as for the sum as per item (c) of the present article.
As far as certain types of services are concerned, third party suppliers have the right to refuse the substitution of the transferee, even if effected within the time limit specified as per item (a) of the present article. Giroola Srl will therefore not be held responsible for the eventual non-acceptance of the substitution on behalf of third parties. This non-acceptance shall be notified in good time by Giroola Srl to the parties involved before departure.
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- 10% of the tour package price within 30 days prior to departure
- 30% of the tour package price from 29 to 18 days prior to departure
- 50% of the tour package price from 17 to 10 days prior to departure
- 75% of the tour package price from 9 to 3 weekdays prior to departure
- 100% of the tour package price beyond these terms.
7) WITHDRAWAL OF CLIENT WITHOUT PENALTY
The client may withdraw from the contract, without incurring any penalty, in the following circumstances:
- a significant change of one or more elements of the contract which can be objectively considered as fundamental for the fruition of the tour package in its entirety and proposed by Giroola Srl.
- after the conclusion of the contract itself but prior to departure and not accepted by the client.
In the abovementioned circumstances, the client is entitled to the following options:
- the fruition of an alternative tour package, with no increase in price or with the restitution of the excess in price, if the second tour package costs less than the first;
- the restitution of any sum corresponded as partial payment. Said restitution must be made within seven weekdays from receiving the request for reimbursement.
The client must communicate the decision (to accept the change or to withdraw) within two weekdays from receiving notice of the price increase or change. In the absence of specific notice within the said term, the proposal made by Giroola Srl will be considered accepted. The client who decides to withdraw from the contract before departure for circumstances beyond those listed above shall pay, after deducting the account paid as per article 4, the penalty indicated in article 6.
8) TOUR VARIATIONS
Variations to the tour, requested by the client, after the confirmation of booking, could involve processing expenses for Giroola Srl and at times penalties charged by suppliers. If so, the customer will be charged. Partial withdrawal of some of the travellers under the same contract and the resulting decrease in number of tour members is to be considered partial cancellation and is consequently regulated as stated in article 6.