Andaluzia Bike Tour


✓ Ride through the “white villages” and medieval towns, including Medina Sidonia and Ronda
✓ Taste Sherry in the cellars of a prestigious producer
✓ Stay overnight in a selection of charming hotels including the Antequera Parador
✓ Take one of the best selfies ever on Caminito Del Rey walking path


Sample local jamon ibérico, Spanish tortilla, gazpacho, highest quality artisanal olive oil and tapas.




Sherry and a selection of Spanish wines, local craft beers and try Tinto de Verano


At your own pace and preference discover Seville, unique and cosmopolitan, full of history and lively culture.

Settled in the vast plains of the Guadalquivir river, not far from the ocean, Romans and Moors gave it monumental beauty and centuries later the city gained exclusive trade with the new world.

The wealth of such trade materialized in palaces and churches, bridges and fortresses, it commissioned the talent and inspiration of Murillo, Zurbaran and Velasquez, among many others.

In this city, birthplace of the (now) classic guitar, men and women court through dance, like flamboyant flamingos, in the unique Flamenco dance. And even if you do not manage to meet Carmen, a buggy stroll in the tender Sevillian night will certainly make you travel in time.


DAY 1:


Welcome to Spain!

Meet your guides at your hotel in Seville , and after a transfer to Jerez de la Frontera, home of the best Sherry, the secrets of this generous wine will be revealed to us during the visit to the cellar of Tio Pepe.

A light, colorful and delicious tapas lunch in Jerez’ old neighborhood, grants the energy for our warm-up loop ride out of our hotel in Vejer.


  • Meals: Picnic Lunch / Dinner
  • Destinations: Jerez de La Frontera, Vejer de La Frontera
  • Accomplished: 22 km ride, elevation gain: 420 meters
  • Accommodations: Hotel Casas de Califa

DAY 2:


Before hopping on our bikes we will drive you to the Trafalgar lighthouse (the namesake of the naval battle) and fishing harbour where, since Roman days, the labyrinth net “almadravas” still catch robust tuna fish on their migration to the Mediterranean.

Cork oak trees and rolling hills are today’s terrain as we head north to the picturesque villages of Medina-Sidonia and Arcos de La Frontera.

The farms along our way are home to the brave and wild Toro, the famous bulls that became a national symbol of Spain. Visit a country estate, watch a demonstration of Andalusian horsemanship and see what life is like for cattle and bull farmers.


  • Meals: Breakfast/ Picnic Lunch / Dinner
  • Destinations: Medina Sidonia, Arcos de La Frontera
  • Accomplished: 60km ride, elevation gain 860 meters
  • Accommodations: Hotel La Casa Grande

DAY 3:


Expect the unexpected, if you are a good traveler!

Grazalema natural park is a fine example of that. Collecting the humid ocean breeze, Grazalema mountain range has one of the highest precipitation of the entire country, and as a result the nature and landscape are in great contrast with what one would expect along the Mediterranean.

We will be riding these serpentine mountain roads, sometimes resembling wide bike lanes which have been vertically dropped on to the hills, making us feel like a 12 year old cyclist having fun.


  • Meals: Breakfast/ Picnic Lunch / dinner
  • Destinations: Zahara de La Sierra, Ronda
  • Accomplished: 58km ride, elevation gain 1520 meters
  • Accommodations: Hotel Ronda Catalonia

DAY 4:


When the famous german poet , Rainer Maria Rilke, wrote:

“I have sought everywhere the city of my dreams, and I have finally found it in Ronda” and “Nothing is more startling in Spain than this wild and mountainous city.” he could not have guessed that others like Ernest Hemingway and Orson Wells would be as fascinated by this city as he was.

Now it is your turn to discover Ronda and a passion for it. Today is an optional riding day, join us for a ride to Setenil, where we will see houses built literally on the rocks and taste the local chorizo, known as the best in the region.


  • Meals: Breakfast/ Picnic Lunch
  • Destinations: Setenil de Las Bodegas, Ronda
  • Accomplished: 48km ride, elevation gain 990 meters
  • Accommodations: Hotel Ronda Catalonia

DAY 5:


Today’s ride includes a section along the Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO Sierra de las Nieves, home to the indigenous and rare Pinsapo pine trees.

We’ll enjoy a fantastic picnic lunch prepared by your guide overlooking the Medieval white village of El Burgo.

The Caminito Del Rey has a good reputation as a dramatic hike. It is possible that this breathtaking path won’t change its name once we cross it, but when in 1921 Alfonso XIII, then king of Spain did it, it immediately became famous (and got its name).

If you are up for strong and unique experiences you should not miss this one.


  • Meals: Breakfast/ Picnic Lunch / dinner
  • Destinations: El Burgo, EL Caminito Del Rey, Antequera
  • Accomplished: 47km ride, elevation gain 830 meters
  • Accommodations: Parador de Antequera

DAY 6:


Find yourself among farm roads and small villages where agriculture and olive oil production are part of everyday life.

We’ll meet José Aguilera and learn how they have been producing prized olive oil for 4 generations, after joining them for an olive oil tasting and lunch we’ll transfer to the compelling city of Granada, named after the Mediterranean, ruby-colored, pomegranate, and like the fruit of so many grains, its beauties are countless.

The Moors, from northern Africa, literally re-civilized Iberia for over seven centuries and Granada was their capital. It was once the head of a strong Califat, where gardens, fountains and Moorish palaces go hand in hand with monumental churches and old school tapas bars.

The tall gates of the Alhambra are now wide open to peacefully welcome us and the sweet revelation of its treasures.

After visiting the Alhambra, the best in Andalucia gastronomy awaits us at our farewell dinner.


  • Meals: Breakfast/ Dinner
  • Destinations: Granada
  • Accomplished: 37km ride, elevation gain 650 meters
  • Accommodations: Hotel Palacio Los Patos

DAY 7:


Say goodbye to Granada before we transfer back to Seville, where your guides will bid you farewell.


  • Meals: Breakfast
  • Destinations: Granada, Seville



Airport City: Seville, Spain
Pick-Up Location: At your Hotel in Seville, Spain


Airport City: Seville, Spain
Drop-Off Location: Granada or Seville, Spain
Drop-Off Time: 9am or 12:30



Why choose to ride Andaluzia?

In the days of the Renaissance, Columbus and Magellan’s expeditions set sail out of Andalucia.

They found “new worlds” and Seville, for the following centuries, became a gateway to the American continent.

Once again Andalucia could live the splendour of those days when Cordoba was the largest and most advanced European city, the days of magnificent palaces, inspired poets, enlightened men of science, and tolerance blessing the coexistence of Christians, Moors and Jews.

Come and discover this European land of contrast, in the vibrant green of  rice fields, the unexpected white crown of dramatic mountain peaks, the wetlands, first and last home of migrating Afro/European birds, the rolling hills and their olive tree mantle, the immaculate white hamlets, the quiet rural roads and the seas upon which Ulysses sailed.


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