Andalusia


Home to the Flamenco 

Travelling by biking in Andalusia means taking the bull by the horns... and enjoying the ride. The route will definitely be demanding at times — think Sierra Nevada —, but you will be exclaiming Ay, caramba! at the stunning beauty of Granada, Córdoba and Sevilla. The southern part of the Iberian Peninsula is also home to the flamenco, musical genre and dance originating from the Arab-Muslim, Jewish and Christian Andalusian cultures. The passion it exudes will soon have you clapping your hands and stomping your feet to the beat. Guitar and castanets not included!

Formula:
Available in customized package only
Trip length: 15 days / 14 nights
Level of difficulty: 5
Customized Trips
Prefer to travel with your own group - family, friends or colleagues? Want to carry out a project, discover a destination, take up an athletic challenge or collect funds for a cause you hold dear? The obvious choice is the Customized Formula.

Tell us about your project in terms of preferred dates and desired destination, whether for a day, a week or two weeks. We will help you realize your dream of getting away in good company.

Contact our consultants now!

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General Conditions

Options for serving you better
Delayed departure or return, single occupancy, travel insurance, bike rental (for several destinations) and much more: ask our consultants!

From day to day




Short route: 750 km • Long route: 1046 km

Day 1 - Arrival in Malaga and transfer to Lanjarón.
Day 2 - Free day or looped route via Órgiva, Carataugas, Pitres, Trevelez, Torviscon (96 to 104 km).
Day 3 - Lanjarón, Pinos del Valle, Dúrcal, Padul, Otura, Ogijares, Granada (64 km).
Day 4 - Free day or looped route in the Sierra Nevada via Güejar Sierra (48 or 64 km).
Day 5 - Granada, Santa Fé, Chauchina, Valderrubio, Íllora, Montefrio, Almedinilla, Zagrilla (108 km).
Day 6 - Zagrilla, Luque, Zuheros, Dona Mencia, Castro del Rio, Córdoba (90 km).
Day 7 - Free day or looped route via the hills of Las Ermitas (35 km).
Day 8 - Córdoba, Almodóvar del Rio, Fuente Palmera, Cañada del Rabadán, Écija (70 to 78 km).
Day 9 - Écija, Cañada Rosal, Palma del Rio, Brenes, Sevilla (112 km).
Day 10 - Free day.
Day 11 - Sevilla, Alcalá de Guadaira, El Coronil, Montellano, Arcos de la Frontera (124 km).
Day 12 - Arcos de la Frontera, El Bosque, Grazalema, Benaoján, Ronda (90 km).
Day 13 - Free day or looped route via Arriate, Setenil, Olvera, Alcala del Valle (43 to 82 km).
Day 14 - Ronda, El Burgo, Yunguera, Coín, Mijas, Fuengirola (91 km).
Day 15 - Transfer to Málaga airport and flight back to Montréal.
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