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Silver Cycling Holidays for Mature Riders, Andalucia, Spain

Over 60s Cycling Holidays in Andalucia

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Silver Cycling Holiday Itinerary

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Arrival

Fly to Malaga Airport. Transfer to and guided tour of Montecorto.

Zahara

Day ride along the lake to the hill top village of Zahara de la Sierra. Lunch/refreshments at a Bistro Restaurant over looking the lake, after lunch we take time out to discover the delights of this picturesque ‘pueblo blanco’ (white village) and take in the breathtaking views from the hilltop Moorish Castle before riding back to Montecorto.

  • Ride distance 36km

Grazalema

Day ride through the enchanting Cork Tree forest to Grazalema, which is famous for its wool and leather products. Today we´ll explore the stunning Grazalema Natural Park and the beautiful white village of Grazalema, which is surrounded by three sides of mountains. Here you have an opportunity to explore the narrow streets, enjoy the beautiful views back across the route we have taken and sample a few tapa’s and the local hospitality before we ride back to Montecorto.

  • Ride distance 28 or 36km (Optional start point)

Via Verde

Day ride along the Via Verde de la Sierra, visiting the Peñon Zaframagon, a Griffon Vulture colony information centre The ‘Via Verde de la Sierra’ meanders from Olvera to Puerto Serrano. Along the route we pass through a variety of landscapes from farm land to a mountain region. Water is a common element of the landscape as the route follows the path of the two rivers of Guadalete & Guadalporcun, therefore the Mediterranean vegetation is lush. Riding along this old railway track you pass over several viaducts, the most impressive being at Coripe, and through 30 tunnels the longest of which is 990metres. A refreshment stop can be made at the Coripe railway station or we can take a picnic.

  • Ride distance 36km

Rest Day, Ronda

A rest day gives you the chance to discover the historic old town of Ronda which is famous for it’s Gorge, the Bullring, the arabic baths, city walls and many mueseums. Or time for some retail therapy and an opportunity to indulge, and why not after all the riding, at ´Chocolate´a fabulous cafe with an abundance of chocolate specialities!

Benoacaz

Through a beautiful high mountain plateaux with limestone outcrops lining the road for several kilometres. We take the van out to the start of this ride to avoid a long climb on the bike, of course if you are wanting a challenge you can ride this too. The scenery on this route is absolutely breathtaking as with all our rides there be a lunch stop where we can indulge in the local cuisine/tapas before we head back to Montecorto.

  • Ride distance between 28 – 64km (Optional start & finish points)

Setenil

Our final ride is to Setenil de la Bodegas and a visit to the Roman Ampitheatre at Ronda La Vieja. Setenil was once a thriving economic centre on the ‘Travellers route’ between Sevilla and Ronda this picturesque white village is now famous for its cave houses and olive oil. Here we stop for lunch at, in my opinion, one of the best tapa’s bars in this area which is set beneath the overhanging rock face inside a cave.

  • Ride distance 35 -50k (Options available to extend or shorten this route)

Departure

Time to pack your bags before we collect you for your flights home.

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