Take to the backroads and cycle paths of hidden Spain as you explore the wonders of this passionate, vibrant country from the saddle of your bike. Being on a bike allows you to explore whole regions in a short space of time as you glide from town to town, stopping for lunch in tiny honey-coloured villages, feasting on the finest of foods. With its abundance of coastal roads, mountain tracks and riverside cycle paths, cycling in Spain is an outstanding way to explore.
There is a wealth of Easy Cycling Trips where you can explore without expending too much effort, and which are perfectly family-friendly. At the other end of the scale, there are incredible Challenging Cycling trips where much effort is required, but as always the rewards are great. Explore theCoastal Routes of Spain in Mallorca or Asturias or cycle the legendarySantiago de Compostela.
Wherever in Spain you choose to explore by bike, you are safe in the knowledge that your trip was designed by local experts to provide you with the best experience available.
The afternoon sun lights up the limestone cliffs and pure white-washed facades of the Pueblos Blancos. Silver-green olive orchards offer some shade along the way. The rolling hills of Andalucía provide ideal terrain for a cycling holiday.
When the Creator was putting finishing touches on Southern Europe, he had a variety of Mediterranean landscapes left over and decided to create an island where they would all fit in: Mallorca. This is what the Mallorquins say, when they try to explain the attractive diversity of their homeland. Gently rolling inland hills, fertile farmland, sandy beaches, impressive sea cliffs, subtropical woodlands and a massive limestone mountain range to the west.
Take off on an easy cycling tour through gentle hills and nearly flat terrain, from the deep blue Mediterranean Sea to lush green Catalonian countryside. Pedal back in time and stumble upon Medieval villages surrounded by sunflowers and wheat, pine forests and -surprisingly- rice fields.
The Camino de Santiago, or Saint James’ Way, is the result of one of Europe’s most impressive historical ‘migrations’. Though many modern pilgrims choose the so-called French Route, there are several other trails which have been used historically, including the original Camino Primitivo.
Our itinerary follows the classic pilgrims’ route from León, where you will start at the door of the Gothic Cathedral. Daily cycling tours of 27km to 55km take you through ever-changing scenery, taking in the open plains and fields of grain in Castilla, to the rolling green hills and colourful vineyards of Galicia