29 September to 6 October 2018

6 stages – 604Km – 11.771m altitude gain

Cycle and discover with us one of the most beautiful regions of Greece, Corinthia. Corinthia takes her name from her ancient capital, Corinth, a city-­ state famous for its commercial and cultural activities. Situated at the gates of the Peloponnese, 100km from Athens, and cradled on the one side by the clear blue waters of the Gulf of Corinth and on the other side by steep mountains, Corinthia is a destination rich in history and exceptionally varied in vues and landscapes.

During our 6-­day Cyclo we will cross 604 km of seaside and mountain routes and we will climb a total altitude of close to 12.000 m. Our itineraries include mythological peaks, such as Kyllene, where Hermes hid the sacred cows of his brother Apollo; ancient cities, such as Ancient Corinth; medieval fortresses, such as the Acrocorinth; mythical lakes, such as the Stymfalia lake, where Hercules performed one of his 12 Labours; innumerable vineyards and countless olive groves.

During each stage of our Cyclo we will be accompanied by support vehicles, a specialised mechanic and a nurse. At approximately the middle of each stage, a « Body Refueling » station will be set up to help our body recover some its spent nutrients. At the end of each stage warm and hospitable hosts will welcome us in beautiful 2 to 5-­star hotels and massage therapists will be at our disposal to take care of our tired muscles. Our evening meals, which will be perfectly adapted to our daily nutritional needs, will be created using local products and traditional recipes.

Our last evening will be a celebaration of our feats ! We will lodge in the thermal seaside city of Loutraki, on its famous waterfront promenade; we will visit its newly renovated spa; and we will have a succulent dinner of fish and seafood in a cosy seafront taverne. Next morning, before departing for the airport, we will say goodbye with a quick swim in the sea !

The Program

29 September

  • Arrival at the airport of Athens and transfer by coach to our hotel in Xylokastro
  • Check-­‐in at our seaside hotel in Xylokastro
  • Meeting and welcome drink
  • Group dinner

30 September

  • Group breakfast
  • 1st stage: Xylokastro -­‐ Trikala via Evrostini (56.4 km/+1774 m) & Option to Mount Ziria (11.8 km/+521 m)
  • Cold buffet upon arrival
  • Check-­‐in at our mountain hotel in Trikala
  • Massage therapy
  • Group dinner

1 October

  • Group breakfast
  • 2nd stage: Trikala -­‐ Kefalari via Kiato (80 km/+1992 m)
  • Cold buffet upon arrival
  • Check-­‐in at our mountain hotel in Kefalari
  • Massage therapy
  • Group dinner

2 October

  • Group breakfast
  • 3rd stage: Kefalari -­‐ Goura via Levidi (110.5 km/+2144 m)
  • Cold buffet upon arrival
  • Check-­‐in at our moutaint hotel in Goura
  • Massage therapy
  • Group dinner

3 October

  • Group breakfast
  • 4th stage: Goura -­‐ Vrachati via Lake Doxa and Nemea (101 km/+1205 m)
  • Cold buffet upon arrival
  • Check-­‐in at our seaside hotel in Vrachati
  • Free visit of Alkyon Spa
  • Group dinner

4 October

  • Group breakfast
  • 5th stage : Vrachati -­‐ Kalamaki via Sofiko (119 km/+2235 m)
  • Cold buffet upon arrival
  • Check-­‐in at our seaside hotel in Kalamaki
  • Massage therapy
  • Group dinner

5 October

  • Group breakfast
  • 6th stage: Kalamaki – Loutraki via Megara (115 km/+1900 m)
  • Cold buffet upon arrival
  • Check-­‐in at our seaside hotel in Loutraki
  • Free visit of the Loutraki Thermal Spa
  • Group dinner

6 October

  • Group breakfast
  • Free day
  • Transfer by coach to the airport of Athens

What is included
  • Accommodation in shared rooms for 7 nights
  • Breakfast
  • « Body Refueling » during the stages
  • Cold buffet at the end of each stage
  • Dinners
  • 4 massage therapies
  • 2 spa entrances
  • Transfer by couch from the airport of Athens
  • Transfer by coach to the airport of Athens
  • 1 support 7-­‐9-­‐seat-­‐vehicle per 15 participants
  • 1 service vehicle with a mechanic and nurse
  • Digital photo-­‐album of our Cyclo distributed to all participants
  • Digital videoclip of our Cyclo distributed to all participants
  • Administrative support before, during and after the Cyclo
  • Logistical support during the Cyclo


What is not included
  • Museum and archaeological site entrance fees
  • Individual transfers from/to the airport
  • All relevant travel, bike and health insurances, for which each participant cyclist is responsible


Price per person: 1120,00 euro


  • Single room: 210,00 euro
  • Bicycle rental for 6 days: 270,00 euro



The list of hotels will be finalised after the closing of registrations, according to the number of participants and the types of rooms requested.

Available departures

Booking Conditions • Closing of registrations : 1st June 2018 at midnight. • Payment of a deposit of 290,00 euro at the time of registration, refundable in case of cancellation until the closing of registrations on the 1st of June at midnight. • Payment of the remaining amount until the closing of the registrations on the 1st of June at midnight. • After the closing of the registrations, no refunding is possible.
Unfortunately, no places are available on this package at the moment


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