7 days/6 nights, with 5 days of cycling
Start any dates between February to November
Moderate 20-40+ miles daily
Terrain: Varied with some hills
You spend two nights in two locations, so you can take time off from cycling on some days
Classic Accommodation: US$1440
Luxe Accommodation: US$1910
Single suppl. classic: US$445
- 6 nights hotels
- All breakfasts and 1 dinner
- Use of a top quality 21-speed hybrid bike complete with handlebar bag, pump, and all the necessary accessories for changing flats. We recommend that you bring your own helmet for safety and hygiene reasons
- Detailed route instructions and map
- Luggage transfers
- Area Manager available throughout the tour
You can reach Cordoba by rail (2 Hours – train are leaving every hours during the day).
You can book trains by visiting their web site at www.raileurope.com or
visit the Spanish rail network
The easiest way to reach the hotel in Cordoba is by taxi and these can be found on arrival outside the train station.
Andalucia Cycling 7 Days
Moorish architecture and legend, hilltop white villages covered with orange blossoms, restaurants featuring paella, gazpacho & tapas, endless sunshine and of course, flamenco. Spring in southern Spain is a time of celebration and cycling between the white villages of Andalusia, staying in luxury is sublime.
Arrival Day: Cordoba. Begin in the charming city of Cordoba with its Moorish architecture and monuments. On this trip, your hotel is included on arrival day and there is no planned cycling on this day; You stay at the 4-star NH Amistad, situated in the heart of the historic district.
Palma del Rio. You'll begin cycling from the historical center of Cordoba, following the Guadalquivir River to Almodevar del Rio where you can visit the castle; from here you’ll continue on to Palma del Rio, and the Hospederia de San Francisco, a beautiful converted monastery, now a fabulous hotel. (Distance : 78 km)
Palma del Rio. Ride into the Sierra Morena, along quiet roads to a splendid lake, where a picnic would make for an ideal way to spend mid-day. Palma del Rio is the home to several flamenco players and you may visit a tapas bar that often hosts performances. (Distance : 60 km)
Carmona. You’ll ride past rolling wheat fields and bull farms en route to Carmona, a picturesque walled village famous for Roman ruins, art and architecture. (Distance : 50 km)
Carmona. Choose between an easy ride through plains to Marchena or a more challenging ride into the Parque natural de la Sierrra de Hornachuelos. You stay in a four star hotel in the historical district of Carmona. (Distance : 40 km)
Seville. From Carmona, you’ll continue west, crossing the Guadalquivir River at Villaverde making our way to Santiponce, just outside of Seville. Santiponce is the site of extraordinary Roman ruins and you’ll have time to visit these before continuing into Seville. You’ll stay at the fabulous Casas de la Juderia located in the historical center of town. (Distance : 72 km)
Depart at your leisure for onward travel.