Explore Rhodian nature, orange and olive groves, traditional villages, churches and chapels plus a small water gorge with “Gizani” endemic fish. Easy level tour.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION: Rhodes. Departure Time 09:00.

START TIME  The date you will inform us at 09:00.
END TIME After 7 hours.
WEAR  Footwear with rubber soles and sun hat.

Local operator reserves the right to modify the rout and alter the itinerary in case of national holidays, strikes or any reason beyond his/her control.

INCLUDED
Two English speaking guides,cyclist and tour leader
SPECIALIZED Mountain Bikes, SPECIALIZED helmets, Support vehicle
Transfer from and to the hotel /location
Traditional Greek snack, free bottled water

Photo and video shooting

NOT INCLUDED
Tips and gratuities, Personal expenses

Cancellation Policy

  • Free cancellation: 7 days prior to date of activity
  • 20% cancellation fee: between 4 – 6 days prior to date of activity.
  • 100% cancellation fee: less than 4 days before the date of activity.
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Additional information

LocationRhodes
Duration7 hours
Physicality5/10
Age11+
MonthMarch to October, Upon request from November to February

You will visit:

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  • The route starts off heading downhill and passes through the Malona orange grove. A stop at the village’s main church gives cyclists the chance to briefly stroll around the village and recover a little.
  • Then we continue by cycling next to the course of the Gadoura River heading towards the source of the river and the small, but impressive, Gadoura falls. The river is also home to the microscopic “Gizani” fish (Ladigesocypris ghigii) that manages to survive the winter’s torrential waters by swimming upstream, and the summer’s drought by taking refuge in pools with very little water. It’s a rightly known as the island’s survival champion.
  • Leaving the source of the river behind, we pass through a forest of olive trees and head towards the vineyards that surround the village of Masari that produces some of the best wine Rhodes has to offer.
  • Heading towards Gadoura bridge built by the Italians in the 1930s, we have the chance to explore some old battlements from the 2nd World War. Our cyclists can rest for a short time next to the old bridge before continuing along the dried out river bed heading towards to the beach.
  • This route also takes us past the runway of an old airport. The beach is the ideal place to finish the ride, enjoy a refreshing dip in the deep blue waters of the sea.
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