If you are fond of cycling and wine tasting, then South Australia is the country you should travel to this January. See the grand cycling and wine festivals happening in South Australia below:
Santos Tour Down Under is one of the largest cycling events across the world. It is held on dates Jan. 16 to Jan. 24 in Adelaide and other places in South Australia. It is a week dedicated to cycling and related entertainment.
This is a gathering for the world's best cycling teams as they compete for first ever UCI WorldTour calendar.
Guests will be able to participate in the Bupa Challenge where cyclists will race and ride from either of the following locations: Norwood, Echinga or Strathalbyn.
Cycling enthusiasts and aspiring racers will also be able to join the Legends' Night Dinner where the most triumphant cyclists share their success stories.
Check more about updates in the cycling world by visiting the Adelaide City Council Tour Village. For the latest gear and other cycling-related products, check out the Bike Expo.
Another festival that's happening in South Australia is Crush 2016 where visitors will be able to experience warm hospitality only Adelaide Hills can deliver. The place is a 30 minute far from Adelaide and is known for its numerous wineries and vineyards. The festival not only celebrates food and wine but it also celebrates culture, music and fashion. Participating in the event are 35 locations in Adelaide Hills.
The event features 41 wineries, 43 cellar door events, 12 various exclusive events and two cluster events. Classes and talks are being offered where guests will be able to savor elegant dining and learn which wine to match with certain food.
The clean and beautiful landscape of Adeliade Hills with and its cool environment due to high altitude are the reason why the region is able to produce the most exquisite wine with distinct flavors.
© 2023 Travelers Today. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.