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The area we call the Finalese has a beautiful Mediterranean climate, with pretty dry summers and mild
winters. The event takes place in spring, when the average temperature is around 22°C. It doesn't often rain,
though it may do. The event takes place at between 300 and 360 metres above sea level and at that time of
year night temperatures may fall below 14°C.
Finale is world-famous for the number and variety of ideal MTB trails. There,s a network of more than
600km of single track routes which are passable all year round on foot and by bike.
Take a look at the Finale Ligure Bike Hotels website (www.bikehotelsfinaleligure.com). As well as being the
best value for money and good quality, they provide a secure bike room for your cycles and hoteliers who
understand your passion and can help you make the most of your cycling holiday.
Finale is recognised as one of the world capitals of outdoor sport. The 600km of single track in the
hinterland has made it famous in the MTB community, but these paths are also ideal for walking trips and
for horseriders in search of beautiful surroundings. The Finalese is the first pre-Alpine slopes, which rise up
steeply from the sea. The Italian Riviera is famous for lovely days at the seaside, where as well as relaxing
on the beach, you can go out in a sailing boat and look for whales and dolphins, or try scuba diving. The
Finalese is also characterised by its unique geology, with distinctive limestone plateaus and cliff faces which
There are around 200 cliffs on with more than 3,000 climbing routes, ready to give you a shot of adrenaline
if you fancy an alternative to biking. Finally, don't underestimate the gastronomic pleasures of the Finalese.
There are plenty of farms which offer delicious local food. Have a look at Finale Outdoor Resort
(www.finaleoutdoorresort.com) for more information.