With an agreeable climate, Western Europe’s greatest wilderness areas, unmatched flora and fauna, and a history stretching back beyond civilisation, Spain, with its friendly people and readily available accommodation, makes an outstanding destination for the cycle tourist.
This guide contains the hard-won practical information needed by cyclists who wish to independently tour Spain, including when and where to go, how to get there, how to get around, accommodation, passports, visas and insurance, money and banks, bicycle considerations, living on the road and points of arrival.
In addition to the practical information eight routes are described in detail and illustrated with maps, profiles and accommodation lists. The routes vary in difficulty, being suitable for novice through to keen cyclists, and are described in five to twelve daily stages with options to shorten, extend or go off road as the cyclist wishes.
,Malaga, Ronda, Granada, Sevilla, Cordoba, Madrid, Segovia, Bilbao, San Sebastian, Girona, Llanes, Serranía de Ronda, Sierra de Grazalema. Torcal, Las Alpujarras, Sierra Nevada, Sierra Morena, Sierra de Gredos, Sierra de Guadarrama, Sierra de la Demanda, Los Pireneos, Picos de Europa,