• Cycling in Catalonia for 4 days. 3 nights

    Catalonia is a great cycling destination. No wonder many professional cyclists and triathletes live in and around Girona. In just a long weekend you will get a taste of the best cycling in Catalonia, with solitaire roads and steep mountains. Catalonia has it all. This trip is recommended all year long.  

    DEPARTURE:All over the year
    Carbon road bike rental.
    Pick up/drop off at Barcelona or Girona airport
    3 nights in hotels including breakfast and dinner
    Maps and tracks for all stages
    Luggage transportation from hotel to hotel
    Hotline you can call in case of any problem during the route
    Cycling guide

    Recommended all year long, best time March-October.

    Why us:

    • Cycling in Catalonia is a great experience. We will take you to the best roads around as we know every small road to keep you away from busy and dangerous roads.
    • We can adapt every stage to your needs, in terms of distance and difficulty (we might change some destination towns)
    • Our hotel selection is very accurate. We mix some of the best urban hotels with other hotels at the seaside and even some rural cozy hotels. You will enjoy all of them.

    In short:

    • 4 cycling days
    • From 300 kilometers
    • 3 nights in 3-4 stars hotels
    • This trip can be tailor-made throughout the year to suit your requirements

This is a sample tour, we will adapt the route depending on you arrival airport and landing time. Also depending on your climbing abilities and the mileage you would like to do.


Day 1: Departure

Arrival to Girona airport. Caldes de Malavella-L’Escala 80 km.

We will pick you up at Girona airport and transport to starting point, to have a quick breakfast, will do bike setup and start first stage, including about 80 km with some climbing. Few miles after the start begins the climb of the day, a beautiful, solitaire and not very steep climb named Santa Pellaia. After the descent towards La Bisbal we will cycle through not very crowded roads, and then a stop in Peretallada is worth. Old and touristic town, cars are not allowed and lots of restaurants and shops welcome the tourists. After Peretallada we will continue through Torroella de Montgrí till L’Escala..

Arrival to the nice L’Escala, coastal town to enjoy a nice hotel by the sea.


Day 2

L’Escala Figueres 95 km

L’Escala-Figueres 95 km including the climb from Roses to Alt de Perafita and stop in Cadaqués, where genious Salvador Dalí lived. And also the steep climb to the Monestry of San Pere de Rodes. Nice aerial views from there to Port de la Seva and Costa Brava. This area maybe windy, with the so named, tramuntana wind, very strong if it blows. Figueres is a must, with the Museum dedicated to Salvador Dalí.


Day 3

Figueres-Olot 110 km

The first climb is the toughest all over the trip. Mare de Deu del Mont, at 1100 mts. In my opinion much nicer than the much more known Rocacorba (nearby). Very steep parts and incredible views from the top to the Canigou peak, the highest in the Eastern Pyrenees. Once gain in the valley the stage continues to Banyoles (worth a stop for lunch/coffee) and then to Mieres and the Vulcano de Santa Margarida, as Olot is the main town of the vulcanic La Garrotxa region.


Day 4

Olot-Olot 90 km. Transportation to airport.

If you thought that the main part of the trip was done, you failed. Last stage includes the very tough and beautiful Coll de Bracons, and the even nicer Coll de Condreu and El Far. El Far is the perfect ending for a trip in Catalonia. Unbeatable views.

We will be able to have a shower and be transported to the airport (Barcelona or Girona)


    Rambla de Fabra I Puig, 64, 08030 Barcelona