Picturesque coasts and enchanting hilly landscapes
The popularity of cycling in Spain cycling did not begin with the "Vuelta". Locals and tourists have been cycling in the country for many years. Tourists like to come in spring, when the almond and apricot trees bloom in Spain, while winter temperatures still prevail at home.
Coastal cruises along the sunny Mediterranean coast are particularly popular, but the somewhat more isolated, rugged north coast is also attracting more and more cyclists. Those who don't like large hotels branch off into the hinterland.
You can find enchanting, untouched hilly areas with endless cycling possibilities not far from the coast. Many cycling paths and routes are signposted.
A cycling tour through Andalusia with its olive and almond trees, white villages and lively Moorish towns is particularly beautiful.
Those who are already looking for spring in winter should visit Spain's bicycle island par excellence: Mallorca. The Balearic island is an absolute cycling paradise, and not only in spring.
And those who want to avoid the big crowds will find a magical, Mallorca minus the crowds.
Are you looking for a cycling holiday in Spain? We will be happy to advise.