Cycle through the beautiful landscape between the historic cities of Ronda and Granada
Our ride begins in the whitewashed cliff-top town of Ronda and moves on across the rural high sierras of Andalucia and through some very impressive, yet little-known landscapes.
Following roads that for centuries echoed with the sound of Berber and Arab warlords and tradesmen, this is a journey of discovery through a rolling landscape of whitewashed farmhouses, olive trees, citrus groves, rugged limestone gorges and dense forest parks.
We ride past ancient fortresses and decaying monasteries which reveal the region's changing fortunes, and we continue through the typically Andalucian villages of Antequera and Alhama de Granada, until we reach the hometown of the magnificent Alhambra Palace - Granada.
We spend a full day in this charming city, which offers a unique mix of both Spanish and Arabic cultures: the perfect place to finish a fine week of cycling.
What makes this trip responsible?
Being on bikes, we can be quite versatile and are able to visit places that are not as easily accessible by other means of transport. We stay in locally owned hotels, so contributing directly to the local communities and our food on the trip is bought fresh at local stores and markets, helping to support the local economy and ensuring that our clients sample the local delicacies that this part of Spain has to offer.
Mountains of Andalucia