E-Bike? No Sweat!

An alternative way of exploring the island in small groups


Vassilis and Katarina are avid cross-country bicyclists who have traveled thousands of miles around the world. But you don’t need to be as advanced as them to follow them on their tours of Santorini, revealing lesser-known aspects of this multifaceted island. Even though Santorini is, at first sight, not bicycle conducive with its steep inclines and busy roads (particularly in the summer), the team’s mountain bikes are equipped with the most advanced mechanisms to boost your physical efforts by 20 to as much as 300% and help you explore all the routes without having to break into a sweat. On the 40K Cross-Island and 20K Sea Side routes, moreover, they take you along old rural tracts, donkey trails and smooth paths – meaning less bumps along the road, more charming surprises and unique scenery. Putting safety first, the team sets a limit on group sizes – six people maximum per tour with two guides – and requires that all participants take a quick warm-up session so they can become acquainted with the bicycles. The experience has received 5 stars from 
TripAdvisor, based on 28 reviews.

INFO

SANTORINI ADVENTURES
Tel.: (+30) 22860.36.175
Mob: (+30) 6980.289.453
E-mail: [email protected]
www.santoriniadventures.gr


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