Bike trip around Spain: the perfect holiday

Touring around Spain on your bike is an excellent idea to enjoy the most perfect of holidays. Spain, whether you want to revel in its meandering mountain roads or you want to ride along the coast line, is the best destination to escape to.


The peninsula is considered one of the places with the biggest biker community and this allows it to have international standing. What better place for your holidays? 

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You will find idyllic landscapes, long beaches, winding roads, superb gastronomy and  amazing monuments in each and every city. Spain has all the elements that a true biker needs to enjoy an amazing journey on two wheels.

The best routes to ride around in Spain during your holidays

There are endless routes in Spain, each and every one of them different given that every area has a different kind of beauty to it. Choosing which one to take depends only on your own personal preference. You will find routes that follow the coast line, routes that go between mountains and also amazing meandering routes. 

Bike routes along the Pyrenees

Travelling around the Pyrenees area on two wheels is a unique experience. These mountains are considered a wonderland for bikers. Some of the best holiday plans include riding alongside the roads of the area, with 99% of bends in them, whilst checking out the amazing landscapes they offer. 

If you love driving alongside roads filled with turns, the Pre-Pyrenees area is one of the best places to enjoy high mountain routes. Choosing a good starting point is key so you can enjoy all your outings to the max, whether they are for half a day or for the full day. 

The Cerdanya EcoResort is one of the best places to do it because it is nestled in a strategic area to enjoy all of the territory. Using it as a starting point you can find routes to Andorra, to the Cathars in France or even alongside the plains in Lleida.

What ‘s even better is the fact that after a hard day out, you can jump in the pool, relax while you have a massage done or try its exquisite gastronomy. This is the best destination to enjoy a mixture of the adrenaline you will find on the road and resting in a unique environment so you can recharge your batteries before going back to work..

Biker route in Andalucía 

Andalucía is one of the most ideal places to tour with your bike as it has both virgin nature and typical Andalusian villages. You will find a lot of different routes to ride with your bike here, all of them of amazing beauty.  

The starting point of one of the routes is La Carolina, on the E-5 where you will be riding alongside some of the most beautiful roads of the Natural Park of the Sierra de Andújar, Sevilla and Gibraltar before reaching the end point in Málaga. It is a very easy route that you can stretch out to Sevilla. Between the two, stopping in Córdoba is a must so you can visit the amazing mosque located at the centre of the city. . 

If you’d rather take a shorter route, you can start in Marbella so you can ride along some of the most beautiful villages from within the Costa del Sol like Fuengirola, Frigiliana and Nerja. .

Biker route alongside the Bardenas Reales desert

This is the route for your two wheels that will take you to the biggest desert in Europe and one of the most peculiar of Spain. It is one of the most different and characteristic plans biker and nature lovers can do.

This location offers 240 km of arid landscape in Aragon. The route starts at the Río Gallego canyon and continues through Mallos de Riglo. Allow yourself to enjoy its most charming paths. 

Furthermore, the area has a lot more to offer so you can always lengthen your plan and include visits to the summer pools in Valtierra, Tudela or Senda Viva.  

Now you know the best routes to take when riding your bike in Spain. You only need to choose your favourite and jump on to the road to enjoy your holidays. 

Which one would you choose?

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