Spain Bike Tours – Cycling in Spain
From the white tows of Andalucia to the coastal roads of Costa Brava, our Spain bike tours are lifetime adventures. Join us on a trip and explore some of the most famous places to cycle in Spain. Ride with the pros in Mallorca. Cycle some of La Vuelta’s challenging climbs in the Pyrenees. Ride your bicycle in Southern Spain. Or bicycle through Catalonia and the Baix Emporda. Whatever your destination, we guarantee that you’ll have a wonderful time.
The history of Andalucia dates back to the prehistoric times but it was really influenced by the moors in the 8th century. On this bike tour through southern Spain, we take you to some of the most beautiful cities of Andalucia.
6 days | Active | $3,998
Costa Brava & Pyrenees
This bicycle trip in Costa Brava takes you cycling along some of the most beautiful Costa Brava beaches before traveling to the Pyrenees, a mountain range in the north of Spain, which stretches from the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic coast.
6 days | Moderate | $4,598
Cycling on Mallorca island also referred as Mallorca or Majorca is a dream come true for many cyclists. This trip takes you from the east to the west of the island as you cycle through some of the most beautiful villages and along the Mallorca coastline.
6 days | Intermediate | $4,598
I love cycling but I’m worried about my level for some of your trips?
Cycling doesn’t have to be challenging. Please note that we design all our trips so that they match different biking levels, from easy to avid.
Should I visit Girona before or after my trip?
Girona is a lovely city with a beautiful old town. Our recommendation is that you take the time to travel to Girona while staying in Barcelona.
Should I stay in Barcelona before of after my tour?
Barcelona is where you start and end your trip in Costa Brava. The city of Barcelona receives more than 9 million tourists every year and there is a good reason for it. We recommend that you arrive in Barcelona a few days before your trip and take time to visit the Sagrada familia.
I would like to walk the Camino de Santiago after my trip?
The Camino de Santiago often called the Santiago trail or Compostelle road is a walking trail that travels between France and Spain. It is about 800 km long and we recommend that you contact a tour operator to take care of all your hotel bookings.
Should I tour Malaga following my trip?
If you want to tour Malaga, you may. However, we recommend that you also travel to Granada. There are day trips from Malaga to Granada that allow people to explore the Alhambra fortress, listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site.