Explore the picturesque cities of Malaga, Granada, Seville, and Cordoba on two wheels
Immerse yourself in the rich and vibrant culture of Andalucia, from bullfighting to flamenco
Enjoy the flexibility of cycling through the picturesque countryside of southern Spain
Experience the ease and convenience of a luggage-free cycling tour
Travel at leisurely pace and maximise on the gorgeous Andalucian countryside
Visit the Franciscan monastery in Palma del Rio
After arriving in Antequera, take some time to get acquainted with the town and the Andalucian region before beginning your journey.
Hotel in Antequera
Alcazaba of Antequera
Royal Collegiate Church of Santa Maria la Mayor
Bullring of Antequera
You will begin the bike tour on the old railway line, which offers stunning views of the beautiful countryside, as we make our way to Lucena. This charming town is located in one of the most important olive oil-producing regions of the world, where the famous oil is pressed in the mills. You’ll get to experience the rich culture and history of the area while enjoying a scenic ride through the countryside.
Hotel in Lucena
68.8 km, 812 m of elevation gain
Church of St. Matthew
El Moral Castle
Condes de Santa Ana Palace
The inhabitants of this region are mainly involved in agriculture and are very traditional in their way of life, which is reflected in the towns you will pass through. Towns such as Cabra, Zuheros, and Dona Mencia showcase the rich history and culture of the region and offer a glimpse into the daily lives of the local people.
Hotel in Baena
43 km, 516 m of elevation gain
Castillo de Baena
Arco de la Villa
Museo de la Semana Santa
As you make your way towards Córdoba, the route leads us on almost empty streets, mostly hilly, offering stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Along the way, we’ll pass farms specializing in the breeding of fighting bulls, which enjoy a special reputation in Andalusia.
Upon reaching Córdoba, you will have the opportunity to explore the witnesses of its dazzling cosmopolitan past. The Great Mosque, created by Moorish architects, is one of the most powerful Moorish buildings in Europe and a testament to the rich cultural history of the region.
Hotel in Córdoba
Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos
64 km, 688 m of elevation gain
Today’s route takes you through the capital of horse breeding, Ecija, where we’ll have the opportunity to witness the magnificent horses bred in the region. Next, you will come across the once-important Franciscan monastery in Palma del Rio, from where the monks embarked on a journey to America to spread the word of their faith.
Hotel in Palma del Rio
56,9 km, 276 m of elevation gain
Museo Municipal de Palma del Rio
Capilla de las Angustias
Today’s route follows a gently rolling landscape of fertile farmlands and offers stunning views as we make our way toward the historic city of Carmona. This city has remained unchanged for over 150 years, with its Baroque palaces, churches, and monasteries standing as a testament to its rich cultural heritage.
As you approach Carmona, you will be greeted by its intact Moorish town walls, offering a glimpse into the past and a reminder of the city’s importance throughout history.
Hotel in Carmona
54,7 km, 366 m of elevation gain
Carmona Roman Necropolis
Carmona City Museum
The final day of your holidays will take you through the gently rolling plateau of Alcores, one of the most fertile agricultural areas in Andalusia.
As you make your way toward Seville, you will pass through the historic city of Alcalá de Guadaira, which has been supplying Seville with bread and water for centuries. The city is considered one of the cradles of flamenco, and its rich cultural heritage is reflected in its architecture and traditions.
Along the way, you will pass former haciendas of the Kingdom of Seville, now transformed into large farms that line the road. Your destination is Seville, where three of the most important operas are performed: Don Juan, the seducer; the cunning barber Figaro; and Carmen, the femme fatale, who lost her life somewhere between the tobacco factories and the bullfight arena.
Hotel in Seville
45,3 km, 255 m of elevation gain
Plaza de Espana
As we say goodbye to Seville, you will depart from Andalucia filled with memories of stunning landscapes, rich culture, and unforgettable cycling experiences.
Not enough? Why not spend a few more days here! Extend your holidays with a pre- or post-holiday extension. Accommodation, sightseeing, and activities can be arranged. Add as many extra days to your holiday as you wish.
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Tour design and organization
Booklet with detailed itinerary and route instructions
Service and support during your tour
GPS navigation with an easy-to-use app
Accommodation as per itinerary
Welcome to Andalusia, a vast and fascinating region in the southernmost part of Spain that is best explored by bike. With its impressive coastline, rolling hills, and picturesque cities, Andalusia is a cyclist’s paradise.
As you pedal through this stunning region, you will experience the harmonious blend of European and Arab culture that is so unique to Andalusia. From the world-famous flamenco to the bullfighters and fiestas, you will immerse yourself in the rich and vibrant culture of this region.
This nine-day bike tour is the perfect way to discover Andalusia. With each day, you will learn a little more about this incredible region, its history, and its people. You will visit famous cities such as Malaga, Granada, Seville, and Cordoba, and discover the Moorish influences in their architecture and lifestyle.
With the bike, you are free to explore wherever you like, whether it’s the winding streets of the Moorish city of Carmora or the shady olive trees that dot the countryside.
Whether you are an experienced cyclist or just looking for a new way to explore this beautiful region, the Andalusian bike tour is an unforgettable adventure that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.
Embark on a personalized adventure with our self-guided option. Our team prepares a tailored handout according to your preferences, allowing you to explore at your own pace.
Enjoy the flexibility to pause and explore at your leisure, choosing your own stops along the way. Plus, rest assured knowing our dedicated 24/7 assistance is available to support you throughout your journey.
Self-guided cycling tours offer a customized and adaptable way to enjoy cycling vacations, giving you the freedom to explore at your own pace and adjust your itinerary or timetable as needed. Our team manages all the details, including lodging, comprehensive schedules, GPS routes, and continuous support, providing a relaxing and interactive journey that delivers autonomy, personalization, and genuine cultural experiences.
We are dedicated to finding the ideal match for you. We collaborate with various accommodation providers that meet our criteria, but their availability may differ, especially during peak seasons. Moreover, we can personalize your vacation based on your preferences and budget, making sure we discover the most fitting solution for your needs.
We advise booking your tour as early as possible, especially for popular tourist destinations where accommodation options are limited. The best choices are often booked out for summer before spring even arrives.
Most tours can still take place in light rain as long as you dress appropriately. During the summer months, afternoon thunderstorms are common, so it’s best to start the tour early. If the weather looks particularly bad, we can try to make adjustments to the tour ahead of time.
Our tours are specially designed for road bikes, and when it comes to Spain, an endurance road bike would be the most optimal choice. However, using a different type of bike will not pose any issues. Gravel bikes can be an excellent alternative as they offer versatility without compromising road performance.
Rest assured, we can always customize our tours to accommodate your bike. For instance, if you opt for a gravel bike, we can incorporate gravel roads into the itinerary. Regardless of your bike choice, you are more than welcome to join our road cycling tours in Spain, as we will make the necessary adjustments to ensure a seamless experience.
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