Our preferred partner for luxury cycling adventures offers amazing small group tours through Spain and Portugal. They are a family run business that offers a personal touch and friendlier experience than larger operators. The small group size allows them to pay greater attention to detail and ensure the your trip is memorable and full of unexpected surprises!
They are a company that is passionate about cycling and they believe that it is the absolute best way to discover a new place! Since they are a local company they know the region well and have an intimate knowledge of the winding back roads, best views and hidden gems that are so often overlooked.
They are committed to providing quality experiences and value, from the bikes and equipment they use to the hotels you will stay in and the restaurants you will eat at. During your tour you’ll stay in authentic, luxury hotels where you can relax and unwind after the day’s cycling. They work very hard to seek out the very best restaurants that serve fresh, local food and delicious regional wine.
The trips are thoughtfully designed to cater to all levels, whether you’re a leisure rider or more competitive cyclist. The tours strive to provide the perfect balance of cycling, culture and relaxation – it’s your vacation after all.
On the first day of your tour you’ll be introduce to your bike so that you can get acquainted with it and any adjustments that are needed can be made. If you ride with cleats and would like to bring your own pedals along they will fit them for you and return them to you at the end of the tour. If you'd like a rear view mirror fitted just let them know and they will attach one for you. They also offer different seats to ensure your comfort.
This unique luxury cycle tour takes you through olive groves, orange trees, vineyards and spectacular mountain and ocean scenery as you journey from south to north following parts of the original route of the Camino del Cid.
Over the course of this tour you will enjoy a range of experiences starting in the south of Valencia Province with ancient traditional Spanish architecture and culture and ending in the city of Valencia, the capital of the medieval kingdom of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar – El Cid, the 11th century knight often called the most famous Spaniard.
Cost is from $5,300 CAD per person for 8 days, 7 nights. Dates: 2-9 April, 21-28 May, 24 Sept - 1 Oct
Rioja is Spain’s smallest region, but what it lacks in size it more than makes up for in scenery, culture and most importantly, wine. Known for being the birthplace of the Spanish language, it’s steeped in history, most evidently in the crumbling medieval villages that sit on rolling hilltops everywhere you look. It oozes quality, from the world renowned wines it produces, such as Marques de Riscal and Muga to the authentic food on offer and the stunning hotels which perfectly juxtapose the surrounding nature and the lingering Cantabrian mountains.
You will cycle along the Ebro river and through some of Spain’s most beautiful countryside. Combined with great food and wine and luxury hotels, this tour will make for a memorable trip that you’ll never forget.
Cost is from $5,300 CAD per person for 7 days, 6 nights. Dates: 30 Apr - 6 May, 4-10 Jun, 18-24 Jun, 2-8 Jul
Camino de Santiago, Spain
Travel the western section of the pilgrims’ journey, from León to Santiago de Compostela. Over the centuries the route has been travelled by common people, bishops, kings and even popes as they journeyed to worship at the reputed resting place of the bones of Saint James. As you follow the same sections you will experience the breathtaking countryside, ancient monuments and sites of great historical significance.
Over this tour you will cycle through some of the most beautiful countryside in the world, not only with your fellow cyclists but also with some of the tens of thousands of modern day pilgrims who follow the trail each year. They come for their own reasons, some for religious or spiritual experiences, some for the cultural and gastronomic experiences, and others just to be able to say they’ve done one of the world’s great journeys. Whatever your reason, there’s something for you on this tour.
The Camino de Santiago offers some of Spain’s most appealing landscape, history and architecture and what better way than to travel it by bike.
Cost is from $4,400 CAD per person for 7 days, 6 nights. Dates: 7-13 May, 25 Jun - 1 Jul, 27 Aug - 2 Sept
Known as the country’s culinary and cultural capital, Alentejo offers some of Portugal’s finest food and wine as well as being home to two UNESCO World Heritage sites. You’ll cycle past Roman ruins, marble quarries and endless rows of cork trees, all while winding along down the banks of the Tagus river. Journey through sleepy, artisan villages and sample local delicacies such as presunto ham and Cartaxo wines, the perfect way to treat yourself after a day’s cycling. The vast, unspoiled countryside and quiet routes make for peaceful pedalling and a relaxing holiday you’ll never forget.
Cost is from $6,300 CAD per person for 8 days, 7 nights. Dates: 16-23 April, 10-17 Sept, 22-29 Oct
- Luxury and exclusive accommodations
- Luggage transfer between hotels
- Exclusive dinners with wine
- Specialist guides
- Extra activities described on program (monuments, wine tastings, etc.)
- Full technical support vehicle along tour
If you are looking for a cycling trip that offers you the best luxurious experiences in Spain or Portugal contact one of our adventure specialists today! Call us at 604-736-7447 or click on the contact us button at the top of this page to reach us.