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Long Weekend: Ride in Cazorla National Park

Cycling the network of roads that cross and surround the national park of the Sierras de Cazorla, Segura y Las Villas is a revelation.

  • Half board hotel
  • Andalucia —Cazorla
  • Activity Type
    • With guide
    • Fixed base
  • Groups up to 8
  • Features
    • Bar
    • Hot tub
    • Outdoor pool
    • Sauna
    • Terrace
    • TV/DVD
    • Wifi

Service

This 4 night, 3 days road cycling holiday introduces you to some of the best-kept cycling secrets in Spain. Great value hotel, and great riding in the real Andalucian cyclists training ground, The Cazorla and Seguras National Park.

Included

  • Airport Transfers to and from the Hotel
  • 3* Accommodation
  • Breakfast
  • Guided
  • 100% vehicle supported

Optional Extras

  • Evening Meals
  • Midday snacks
  • Energy snacks
  • Bike Hire

Accommodation

The Post-Ride Recovery Should Be As Good As The On-Bike Experience. -

We operate from Cazorlas best hotel, which provides many great facilities for the cyclist: external swimming pool in the season, plenty of rest and relaxation areas with bar and cafeteria, communal TV room, a small but well equipped gym, and for an additional fee, a quality thermal hydro spa with saunas, massage pools and jacuzzis.

Location

Near deserted these roads offer some of the best cycling in Spain. From journeys through gently rolling Olive groves, to high passes, and alpine climbs. The park rewards every revolution of the pedals with dramatic panoramas, contour hugging roads and alpine climbs that deserve a place on every keen cyclists palmares.

The landscape and geography of the park, and its surrounding area, means there’s little chance of keeping any decent ride under a 1,000m of ascent. The park births two of southern Spain’s most important rivers in these high mountains, and they have carved deep valleys that twist their way out of the mountains to the oceans. On their way they break through the towering limestone walls and have created a rolling convoluted topography of foothills where tributaries have formed countless gullies and vales. The roads that cross this patchwork sea of olive plantations are almost empty, save for the occasional John Deere or old man on a scooter laden with baskets.

The high passes are characterised by steep roads leading to ancient fortress towns nestled in Spain´s last remaining expanse of ancient forest. Its quiet, tranquil and traffic free.. (almost!)

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