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Cycling vacations on the Andalusian peaks
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The Accompanied Travel Package is our turnkey package. You choose your destination and we take care of the rest! Itineraries, lodging, meals, support on the road, everything is planned, all you have to do is ride. Most importantly, you can ride at your own pace, starting at your own pace. Our guide is there for you all along the trip, and will make sure that your cycling days go perfectly. Pre-determined dates, see our calendar.

From

4679$

per person

Duration

15 days

14 nights

Level

Level:

5 - Difficult - mountainous - 60 to 110 km

Soft island and hard bike

Leaving from the small walled city of Palma del Río, it is with happiness that you will discover the sunniest region of Spain, home of flamenco and bullfighting. Andalusia also has a fabulous architectural heritage inherited from the Moorish domination, which was exercised from the 8th to the 15th century.

Seville offers an eloquent example: the Real Alcázar Palace, listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Andalusian capital is also worth seeing for its narrow streets and flowery patios (Santa Cruz neighborhood) or its vast terraced gardens along the river, via the Paseo de Cristóbal Colón.

Your cycling route will then take you to Arcos de la Frontera, a town located on a rocky outcrop overlooking the surrounding hills. From there, you will continue along the popular and very pretty White Villages Route, so named because of the whiteness of the whitewashed houses. Andalusia on two wheels, in more ways than one a bright choice!

Dates and prices

Date*
Duration
Price from :
Date*
September 23 to October 8, 2023
Duration
15 days / 14 nights
Price from :
4679$ / person
(* Contact us to check availability).

Package including

Air transportation of the passenger and his bike with Air Transat;

Transfer between the airport and the hotel, to and from the destination;

transfers by coach;

14 nights in a three or four star hotel, double occupancy;

14 breakfasts and 4 dinners;

  • the transport of luggage between each stopover city (one per person, maximum 20 kg);
  • the daily itinerary plan;
  • mechanical breakdown service and access to a support vehicle;
  • taxes;

 

Package including

Air transportation of the passenger and his bike with Air Transat;

Transfer between the airport and the hotel, to and from the destination;

transfers by coach;

14 nights in a three or four star hotel, double occupancy;

14 breakfasts and 4 dinners;

  • the transport of luggage between each stopover city (one per person, maximum 20 kg);
  • the daily itinerary plan;
  • mechanical breakdown service and access to a support vehicle;
  • taxes;

 

Package excluding

equipment, such as bicycles

Travel Agents' Customer Compensation Fund (FICAV) coverage of $3.50 per $1000

Package excluding

equipment, such as bicycles

Travel Agents' Customer Compensation Fund (FICAV) coverage of $3.50 per $1000

Other information

Departure/return

Montreal-Trudeau / Malaga

Malaga / Montreal-Trudeau

Circuit rating : 5
difficult circuit : very hilly and mountainous, requiring important and repeated efforts ; from 60 to 110 km.

Other information

Departure/return

Montreal-Trudeau / Malaga

Malaga / Montreal-Trudeau

Circuit rating : 5
difficult circuit : very hilly and mountainous, requiring important and repeated efforts ; from 60 to 110 km.

Day by day cycling itinerary

Short route : 701 km / Long route : 1041 km
1

Day 1

Arrival in Malaga and transfer to Lanjarón.

2

Day 2

Free day or loop via Órgiva, Carataunas, Pampaneira, Pitres, Trevélez, Torviscón. Option Capileira (95 to 104 km).

3

Day 3

Lanjárón, Pinos del Valle, Restábal, Nigüelas, Dúrcal, Padul, Otura, Ogijares, Granada (64 km).

4

Day 4

Free day or loop in the Sierra Nevada via Güejar Sierra. Option via Sierra Nevada (50 or 72 km).

5

Day 5

Granada, Santa Fé, Chauchina, Fuente Vaqueros, Valderrubio, Obéliar, Íllora, Montefrio, Almedinilla, Priego de Córdoba, Zagrilla (100 km)

6

Day 6

Zagrilla, Luque, Zuheros, Doña Mencía, Castro del Río, Espejo, Santa Cruz, Córdoba (89 km).

7

Day 7

Free day or loop via the hills of Las Ermitas (34 km).

8

Day 8

Córdoba, La Herrería, Fuente Palmera, Cañada del Rabadán, Villar, Écija. Option via Almódovar del Rio (69 to 81 km).

9

Day 9

Ecija, Cañada Rosal, Guadajoz, Los Rosales, Brenes, San José de la Rinconada, Sevilla (112 km).

10

Day 10

Free day.

11

Day 11

Sevilla, Dos Hermanas, Alcalá de Guadaira, El Coronil, Montellano, Arcos de la Frontera (124 km) or Los Paracios y Villafranca, Las Cabezas de san Juan, Arcos de la Frontera (88 km)

12

Day 12

Arcos de la Frontera, El Bosque, Grazalema, Montejaque, Benaoján, Ronda (88 km).

13

Day 13

Free day or loop via Arriate, Setenil, Olvera, Torre Alháquime, Alcalá del Valle (38 to 82 km).

14

Day 14

Ronda, El Burgo, Yunquera, Coín, Mijas, Fuengirola (91 km).

15

Day 15

Transfer to Malaga airport and flight back to Montreal.

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