View to Granada
Cathedral of Malaga with palm trees
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Andalusia

1001 Nights in the Occident.

Bullfights, tapas, fiestas, and flamenco are waiting for you in unique Andalusia. The southernmost region of Spain is a paradise full of surprises. Hardly any other landscape evokes such fascinating pictures as Andalusia: a Flamenco dancer in a flowing red dress, white villages on hills, Moorish palaces, and gloriously dressed bullfighters in crowded arenas.

Experience an incomparable conglomeration of European and Arabic culture, scenic beauty harmonized perfectly with masterful architecture: Today’s Andalusia combines modernity with a rich tradition. We will guide you on well-developed routes and small roads without much traffic through lush overgrown hills, green river valleys and the wild landscape of the Sierras.

You will visit Seville and Cordoba, the metropolises of the spiritual life in Moorish Andalusia. In the narrow streets, in the markets, in the buildings of the Alhambra, the Real Alcazar, and the Mezquita you will travel through time and dream about days gone by, in which Andalusian scholars brought light to the darkness of the European Middle Ages. So ... come, eat and drink: cervezas, tapas, wine, and jamon iberico. Andalusia is awaiting you!

Leisure Cyclist

Leisure Cyclist
  • 9 Days / 8 Nights
  • Self-guided tour

Itinerary

Malaga is a bustling port city by the clear blue Mediterranean Sea It is characterised by historical treasures as well as beautiful beaches. One of the most famous Spaniards of this century was the Malagueño Pablo Picasso. Picasso's traces run through the entire city to the famous Picasso Museum. Furthermore, the imposing cathedral, the Moorish Alcazaba fortress and the Gibralfaro castle are waiting to be discovered. The old town, the Moorish castle, and cathedral testify to the former prosperity of the city.

Sample hotel:

Hotel Los Naranjos

In the morning, an approximately 2 hour bus transfer will take you to the beautiful city of Granada. Here you will find the most important historical monument of Andalusia with Arab influences: the fabulous Alhambra (the red castle) has existed since the 9th century and it used to be a fortress in earlier times. In the evening, you will get to Antequera, the starting point of the bike tour.

Sample hotel:

Hotel Antequera Golf

At the gates of the kingdom of Granada, the historic city of Antequera is waiting with its collection of red tiled roofs and 30 steeples. The bike tour will begin with a ride on the old railway line through the beautiful countryside to Lucena. In one of the most important olive oil-producing regions of the world, the famous oil is pressed in the mills.

Sample hotel:

Hotel Los Bronces

You will continue your journey along the old railway line passing vast olive groves to Baena. The inhabitants of Baena live mainly off of agriculture and are very tradition-conscious people. This is also reflected in the townscape of Baena, which is located on a hill. It is characterized by narrow streets that wind their way through the old town and where you can find interesting religious buildings such as the Church of Santa Maria la Mayor from the 16th century or the old castle.

Sample hotel:

Hotel La Casa Grande de Baena

The Sierra Morena, with its foothills, frames the former European Capital of Culture. This romantic area is surrounded by pine forests and an impressive solitude. The route leads on almost empty streets mostly downhill, with one slightly longer and some shorter climbs towards Córdoba. Every now and then, you will pass farms, which specialize in the breeding of fighting bulls and enjoy a special reputation in Andalusia. In the evening, you will get the possibility to participate in a city tour and see the witnesses of the dazzling cosmopolitan past: Moorish architects created masterpieces, such as the Great Mosque, which is - besides the Alhambra - the most powerful Moorish building in Europe. Particularly nice are the "forest of a thousand pillars" and the ornate prayer rooms.

Sample hotel:

Hotel Sercutel Selu

In the wide valley of the Guadalquivir, you will leave Córdoba on an old Roman connecting road. Ecija is the capital of horse breeding. From once important Franciscan monastery in Palma del Rio, the monks journeyed to America to proselytize.

Sample hotel:

Hotel Castillo

Marchena, a typical country town of Campiña, lies on a hill overlooking the Rio Carbones. You will continue your tour through the Campiña of Seville, a gently rolling landscape of fertile farmland. Occasionally, you will come across underground-fed inland lagoons, small Mediterranean oak forests and rugged karst formations in the landscape. Carmona is a city that hasn’t changed for 150 years, it has Baroque palaces, churches and monasteries and is surrounded by intact Moorish town walls.

Sample hotel:

Hotel Alcazar de la Reina

Today, you will cycle over the gently rolling plateau of Alcores to one of the most fertile agricultural areas in Andalusia. For centuries, Alcalá de Guadaira supplied Seville with bread and water and it is considered to be one of the cradles of flamenco. Former haciendas of the Kingdom of Seville, today just as large farms as in former times, line the road. Our destination is Seville, where three of the most important operas are performed: Don Juan, the seducer; the cunning barber Figaro; and Carmen, the femme fatale, who lost her life somewhere between the tobacco factories and the bullfight arena. Two international exhibitions helped the city to futuristic buildings and great green parks. In the evening we suggest a visit to the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, the Barrio Santa Cruz and the Casa de Pilatos.

Sample hotel:

Hotel Silken Al-Andaluz Palace

Tour character

The bike routes are alternately flat and hilly. You will cycle on bike paths (former railway lines) and side roads. In some cases, you will find yourself on roads with more traffic, especially when entering or leaving a city.

Prices and events

All data at a glance
Season 1
May 26, 2018 - Jun 2, 2018
Sep 8, 2018 - Sep 21, 2018
Oct 13, 2018 - Oct 27, 2018
Arrival Saturday
Season 2
Apr 21, 2018 - May 25, 2018
Sep 22, 2018 - Oct 12, 2018
Arrival Saturday
Season 3
Mar 24, 2018 - Apr 20, 2018
Arrival Saturday
Andalusia, 9 days, ES-ANRMS-09X
Base price
Surcharge single room
1025,00
315,00
1079,00
315,00
1139,00
315,00

Category: 4****Hotels and partly 3***-Hotels

Season 1
May 26, 2018 - Jun 2, 2018
Sep 8, 2018 - Sep 21, 2018
Oct 13, 2018 - Oct 27, 2018
Season 2
Apr 21, 2018 - May 25, 2018
Sep 22, 2018 - Oct 12, 2018
Season 3
Mar 24, 2018 - Apr 20, 2018
Malaga
Extra night p.p. dbl/bb
Extra night sgl/bb
Seville
Extra night p.p. dbl/bb
Extra night sgl/bb
95,00
154,00
65,00
104,00
95,00
154,00
65,00
104,00
149,00
208,00
125,00
164,00
Price
Rental bike 21-gear
Rental bike 7-gear
Electric bike
90,00
90,00
200,00

Our rental bikes

Services and infos

  • Accommodation as already mentioned
  • Breakfast buffet or an extensive breakfast
  • Welcome briefing
  • Luggage transfer between the hotels
  • EUROBIKE developed routes
  • Detailed travel documents (route maps, route description, local attractions, important telephone numbers)
  • City tour in Cordoba
  • Excursion by sightseeing bus in Seville, bus transfer to Granada to the Alhambra incl. admission fee and guided tour
  • Train journey from Brenes - Seville
  • EUROBIKE signposting
  • GPS data is available
  • Rental bike insurance
  • Service hotline

Inclusive Package “Alhambra”

Ticket and guided tour through the walls of the Alhambra by an expert exclusively for Eurobike guests. During the 2.5-hour tour, you will get to see the highlights of the Alhambra. Afterwards, there will still be ample time to explore the palace and the city of Granada on your own.

Arrival / Parking / Departure

  • Málaga central train station
  • Málaga and Seville airport

Please note

  • Where visitor's tax is due, it is not included in the tour price!
Costumer service
"I will help you with the planning of your holidays with advice and action"
Tatjana Beloch, Costumer service

Ratings

4.2 of 5 Stars (5 Ratings)
3 stars
Gisela Paoli CH | 21.10.2017
heisser Herbst
Wir erwarteten keine grosse Hitze im Oktober, aber es wurde täglich über 30° heiss, was fürs Radeln nicht gerade angenehm war. Die Tipps aus dem Eurobike-Büchlein waren deshalb umso hilfreicher. Die Hotels hätten nicht nur wir (16 Personen machten zeitgleich diese Tour) mit weniger als drei oder vier Sternen bewertet - aber die Freundlichkeit des Personals machte Vieles wett. Das Frühstück war (mit einer Ausnahme) ausserordentlich vielseitig und frisch. Die Routenführung ist exakt und gut verständlich beschrieben. In zwei Ortschaften war die Signalisation umgeändert, was dank der genauen Karten gut bewältigt werden kann. Die fast unendliche Weite der Olivenkulturen lässt sich auf dieser Route gut er-fahren. Ebenso erhält man in den Dörfern und Städten einen authentischen Einblick in den andalusischen Alltag - wo zwischen 14 und 17 Uhr alles ausgestorben erscheint, weil alle eine Siesta machen. Alles in allem empfehlenswert, wenn man nicht viel landschaftliche Abwechslung erwartet (man durchfährt kaum Wohnsiedlungen, sondern in den ersten Tagen Olivenhaine und später Orangenplantagen) und keine grossen Ansprüche an die Mieträder hat (unsere waren schlecht unterhalten, sollen aber ausgewechselt werden). Malaga, Granada, Cordoba und Sevilla sind absolut sehenswert.
5 stars
Daniel Sanders BE | 20.09.2017
Een absolute aanrader
4 stars
Joachim Dreyer DE | 09.06.2017
Andalusien
Eine interessante, erlebnisreiche Tour durch herrliche Landschaften. Wegen der Höhenunterschiede und der Temperaturen ist ein E-Bike empfehlenswert.
5 stars
Rudolf Sander DE | 21.04.2017
Beeindruckende Tour
Sehr gute Streckenführung mit ganz wenig Verkehr durch die schöne andalusische Landschaft. Besondere Höhepunkte sind die exklusiven Führungen in der Alhambra und der Mezquita. Angesichts des etwas sportlichen Charakters der Tour und den eventuell hohen Temperaturen sollte die Nutzung eines E-Bikes in Betracht gezogen werden.
4 stars
Barbara Langenegger CH | 14.04.2017
Andalusien entdecken

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