Self Guided Cycling Tours in Andalucia Spain
Self Guided Cycling Holidays
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The perfect way to explore Andalucia in southern Spain is on two wheels and for those of you who prefer to cycle independently our self-guided cycling tours are the answer. These self guided cycling holidays offer flexibility and independence with the peace of mind in the knowledge that we are only ever a phone call away should you need assistance. We take care of all the planning and logistics of a self guided cycling holiday so that all you have to do is turn up, ride and enjoy.
We book all your accommodation, meet you at the airport, transfer your luggage each day from hotel to hotel and provide you with maps and route notes, so that you can cycle at your own pace and not be limited by the constraints of cycling as a part of a group.
For children, we recommend our family cycling holidays, unless you are travelling with teenagers who can use adult bikes.
Detailed Route Cards and Maps
We take pride in our cycling route cards, checking and update them regularly. We also provide a map (usually 1:50,000).
Our route cards are your guide, providing much more information than the basic directions. Just as a guide would tell you about the places you pass, our route cards include information on historic villages, places of interest and momuments along the way. If it’s worth making a short detour to a fantastic viewpoint, we point this out too. We even suggest cafés and restaurants where you can stop for lunch.
What to bring
Wearing a helmet while cycling in Spain is mandatory, we recommend that you bring your own or we can supply you with a helmet.
It’s important to be comfortable when cycling so we recommend wearing thin layers of clothing. Fast drying and hardwearing synthetic fabrics are ideal as a base layer as these allow your skin to breathe and wick the moisture away from your skin. In my opinion cycling shorts are a must, if you are not comfortable on the saddle you will be less likely to want to ride. Trainers are fine for cycling and for when you stop off to visit places on foot.