The website is available in English and Greek and offers an overview of the three EuroVelo routes that pass through Greece:
- EuroVelo 8 – Mediterranean Route, which meanders along the south-European Mediterranean coast;
- EuroVelo 11 – East Europe Route, which leads from Norway's cold Nordkap down to sunny Athens;
- EuroVelo 13 – Iron Curtain Trail, an exciting route allowing to explore the history of Europe's division.
There is also plenty of information on how to get there by public transport, including planes, trains, ships and buses. Cycle tourists can even get familiar with the country's national signs. There are additional links to more tourist information (Visit Greece), bike shops, and emergency telephone numbers. Moreover, the website provides general information about the EuroVelo network and offers a news section. It includes videos, weather forecasts, and maps.
Please don't hesitate to explore this great website, which will be constantly updated and extended. This new tool will help you plan and enjoy your trip and not miss any points of interest along the route.
“Cities for Cycling” is the National Coordinator of Eurovelo for Greece. The main responsibilities of the organization are developing Eurovelo cycling routes, cooperating with ministries, local authorities, the private sector and local community with an aim to promote and develop cycling tourism in Greece. Among its priorities is creating a platform for exchanging bicycling knowledge and experiences between Greece and European cities.