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Explore Costa Brava on a bike tour by DIGnGO. You cycle across the rolling terrain of the Baix Empordà, along the stunning coastline of Catalonia and through the amazing Spanish Pyrenees. You bike to the pretty villages of Figueres, Pals, Palafrugell and la Bisbal d’Ampordà. And you ride through some of the most beautiful landscapes in all of Spain. A DIGnGO Costa Brava bicycle trip simply doesn’t disappoint.
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Cycling in Costa Brava starts in front of the hotel Mandarin Oriental in Barcelona. From there, transfer to Figueres, a municipality in the Alt Empordà and the birthplace of Salvador Dali. After a light lunch and introduction to the week, visit the historical Dalí Theatre and Museum. Then, embark on a leisurely bike ride through a beautiful pine forest. End the day at Casa Anamaria, an elegant mansion style hotel in the Province of Girona.
Today’s Ride: 22 miles with 1,600 feet of climbing
Today, begin with a ride through the Empordà region. Pedal to La Bisbal d’Empordà, a leading pottery center in Catalonia. Before lunch, stroll through Peratallada, a medieval town. In the afternoon, reach the Mas de Torrent Hotel & Spa, a heaven for relaxation in Costa Brava and your hotel for the next two nights. For dinner, transfer to Pals, a fortified medieval town with cobblestone streets, arches windows and stone balconies.
Today’s Ride: 36 miles with 2,000 feet of climbing
Short Option: 20 miles with 1,300 feet of climbing
Long Option: 41 miles with 2,100 feet of climbing
Your cycling tour in Catalonia continues along the coast. In the morning, your ride inland on your way to Palamos. Then, pedal along the Catalan coastal range and arrive in Callela de Palafrugell, an ancient fishing village with narrow streets. After lunch, stroll through the town before getting back on your bike and cycling to Begur, home to the best beaches in Spain. End the day with a wonderful dinner at the gourmet restaurant of your hotel.
Today’s Ride: 40 miles with 2,100 feet of climbing
Short Option: 28 miles with 1,300 feet of climbing
Long Option: 47 miles with 3,000 feet of climbing
On your fourth day, get ready for some challenging climbs. Start with a transfer (2h15) to the heart of the Pyrenees and the village of Castellar de n’Hug. From there, tackle the coll de la Creueta, a mountain pass and the natural border between France and Spain. Arrive in La Molina, a famous ski resort during the winter time, just in time for lunch. In the afternoon, ride toward the Cerdanya Valley. End the day in Bolvir at the Torre del Remei, a Relais & Châteaux hotel.
Today’s Ride: 22 miles with 2,200 feet of climbing
Short Option: 12 miles with 2,000 feet of climbing
Long Option: 32 miles with 3,500 feet of climbing
Get on your bike and travel to Llivia, a Spanish enclave in the French Pyrenees. Ride uphill for a good 11 miles before a nice downhill into the town. For lunch, settle at a restaurant in Llivia. In the afternoon, you start with an easy uphill before a long downhill back to your hotel. Celebrate the week with a farewell dinner in the hotel dining room.
Today’s Ride: 30 miles with 2,500 feet of climbing
Short Option: 16 miles with 1,800 feet of climbing
Long Option: 40 miles with 3,600 feet of climbing
Your tour of Costa Brava comes to an end in Barcelona.
Thank so much for all you did for us. This bike tour was great and as you know we love Spain. Have a great remainder of the summer.
I would suggest that you have a Professional guide at the Dali Museum. You can charge extra for it if needed. You need a proper 2 hours min to tour that museum. When measuring bikes, you should get the exact frame size. We loved the trip and will look to use DIGnGO again. Thank you for all your efforts.
Merci beaucoup. Thank you for asking your trip leaders to drop us at the airport and thank you for being so concerned about my stupid back.
Great experience, thinking about what we do next year.
We enjoyed cycling with Doug and Laurent. Compare to other trips we’ve done with you in the past, we had to ride with a little more traffic, especially the last day. However, we loved day 4. Overall another outstanding experience.