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Cycling Holidays in Spain
Cycling Holidays Spain

Cycling Holidays Spain

Cycling in Spain


Cycle the Coastal Portuguese Camino

Cycling Holidays in Spain
8 Days from USD 3,375

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Pilgrims and adventurers unite on a two-wheel journey to the holy town of Santiago de Compostela

On Offer

Cycle the Camino de Santiago

Roman bridge in Molinaseca, Leon, Spain
8 Days from USD 2,923
USD 2,640

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Ride a historical pilgrimage route across Spain

On Offer

Cycling the Mediterranean Coast in Spain

Cycling Holidays in Spain
8 Days from USD 3,450

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Cycle between two of the most happening cities in Europe: Barcelona and Valencia

On Offer

Cycling Girona and the Catalan Coast

Cycling Holidays in Spain
7 Days from USD 3,448
USD 3,285

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Cycle in the most famous cycling region in Spain


Classic Catalan Cycling

Cycling Holidays in Spain
9 Days from USD 2,525

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Explore the Catalan countryside with its historic castles, hilltop fortresses and ancient wine villages


Self-Guided Cycling in Andalucia: Seville to Cadiz

Spanish Square (Plaza de Espana) in Sevilla at sunset, Andalusia, Spain
7 Days from USD 2,570

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Discover one of Spain’s most iconic areas by bike


Mallorca Self-Guided Coast to Coast Ride

Cycling Holidays in Spain
8 Days from USD 2,540

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Enjoy coastal and inland cycle routes across this enchanting island


Contrasts of Catalonia (Catalunya) Cycling

Cycling Holidays in Spain
7 Days from USD 2,375

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Ride through beautiful Spanish villages and rural orchards


Contrasts of Catalonia (Catalunya) Cycling

Cycling Holidays in Spain
5 Days from USD 2,000

Self-Guided Holidays (Excl. Flights)

Cycle unspoilt Catalonia, passing through olive groves and pretty coloured villages.


Top 5 Highlights of Cycling in Spain

Camino de Santiago: The Camino de Santiago, also known as The Way of Saint James, is a world-famous pilgrimage route and one of the oldest in the world. Spanning across Europe, this iconic trail is made up of a vast network of ancient routes that lead you among stunning landscapes and historical landmark on this revered spiritual journey. The pilgrimage culminates in Santiago de Compostela at the holy cathedral and resting place of St James.

Girona: Situated in Catalonia, Girona is a soulful city that has become a popular destination for cyclists. With its striking medieval architecture, tranquil countryside lanes and fabulous Pyrenean backdrop, Girona offers a perfect setting for both leisurely and more challenging rides. Cycle along disused railway lines that run between ancient villages, follow scenic coastal paths and discover the local culture and history as you visit local wine estates and traditional towns.

Catalan Coast: The stunning Catalan coastline plays host to a diverse blend of dramatic scenery, charming coastal towns and challenging terrains. Discover the sun-kissed beaches of the Costa Brava, explore Calella de Palafrugell and stop off at vibrant villages to taste the delicious seafood and local wines. At Púbol, learn about the region’s fascinating history and the famous Spanish artist, Salvador Dali.

Wine villages: As well as its beautiful coastal landscapes and golden beaches, Spain is famous for its delicious wines, and what better way to explore the country’s rich viticulture than by cycling through its wine villages? Regions like Rioja, Catalonia and Andalucia offer pretty routes that wind through lush vineyards and wine villages, interspersed with wineries where you can sample some of the finest Spanish wines.

Castles: Spanish history is replete with majestic castles, and many of these can be visited during our cycling holidays in Spain. From the medieval hilltop castle of Begur and the 13th-century Montgri castle to the 18th-century Sant Ferran Castle at Figueres, cycling among these ancient fortresses allows you to step back in time and immerse yourself in the country’s intriguing history.

A tough and rewarding pilgrimage through the spectacular Galician scenery. Some great food and drink, and many laughs with a group of like-minded cyclists.

Ian Williams Cycle the Camino de Santiago

Another memorable holiday with Exodus!
Vietnam has exceeded all expectations! Definitely one of my favorite destinations and one to strongly recommend.
Perfectly organized. We saw the modern and traditional side of Vietnam. We had the best support team on our cycling days!
We had good breaks between cycling and sightseeing days. We had the most relaxed leader CHI NGUYEN who allowed us time to ourselves, time to enjoy and do our own thing, which is something I appreciate a lot on holidays as the pressure of following the plan is sometimes too much in group holidays. Words are poor to express my gratitude to our amazing team of leader, mechanic, supportive staff.
The weather was as expected. Sunny and hot as it is in these countries. Our hotel rooms where fantastic air condition available , we had a swimming pool available in most of them .
Whale Island was beautiful and the people so friendly and welcoming.
The food!!!!!!!!! was just amazing! Every day we tasted a different dish. As a vegeterian I think I had the best menu choices. I can’t talk enough about the food in Vietnam. Back home for two weeks now and I am already trying all these amazing receipes.
Chi! (Chi Nguyen) : your kindness, calmness , confidence, knowledge, your talent, but most of all your humility as a person are impressive. I consider myself a very lucky lady to have met you and it was an honor to have you as a leader on our holiday.
Thank you for showing us your amazingly beautiful country!
Ey! our sweet smiling tender-hearted mechanic!
I wouldn’t have made it without your help and encouragement? Thank you for supporting us all, thank you for your patience , thank you for the smiles, the laughs !
Truong and Nhan !
You guys have earned a very special place in my heart!
You made the road easy to run with your positive energy, with your smiles and your kindness! Thank you for all the care, the fruit, the water!!!!!!,! But most of all thank you for being there!

The colours, the flavors, the views and all of you beautiful people, will stay in my heart for ever!
Definitely coming back to Vietnam very soon!
THANK YOU TO ALL OF YOU AT EXODUS! I can’t praise enough your staff in Vietnam. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to meet theses wonderful people.


When is the best time to go cycling in Spain?

The best months for cycling tours in Spain will vary depending on where you’re visiting. Generally, spring (April to June) and autumn (September to November) provide ideal weather conditions due to the milder temperatures and quieter roads. During these seasons, the landscapes of Mallorca, Catalonia and Andalucia are still awash with colour, and you can enjoy more comfortable cycling conditions. It’s best to avoid cycling holidays in Spain during July and August as the temperatures can soar.

Do I have to be an experienced cyclist for cycling holidays in Spain?

At Exodus, we have a range of cycling tours in Spain to suit various levels of ability. For each of our tours you’ll find an activity level which has been carefully graded depending on the duration of the rides, the types of tracks and roads and challenging inclines. While you will need a certain level of fitness for our trips, we also offer e-bike hire, which will allow you much more flexibility. You can read our Activity Level Guidelines for more information about our trip gradings.

FAQs on Cycling in Spain

What are the best cycling routes in Spain?

Spain is a cyclist’s paradise, boasting diverse landscapes and thrilling routes. One of the most famous and oldest cycling routes is the Camino de Santiago, a sacred pilgrimage that meanders through stunning countryside and historic towns. Catalonia offers picturesque routes, with the Costa Brava coastline showcasing sprawling sea views. For a mix of challenging climbs and stunning scenery, ride along the mountainous terrain and charming white villages of Andalucia to experience the true essence of Spain. Mallorca is another fabulous Spanish destination for cycling as it presents you with smooth coastal roads, dramatic cliffs and whitewashed villages.

What kind of foods do they eat in Spain?

Spain is known for its vibrant and diverse culinary traditions and the locals take great pride in their rich gastronomic culture, with a wide array of delicious dishes. One of the most iconic Spanish foods is paella, a saffron-infused rice dish filled with fresh seafood, chicken or vegetables. Tapas, small plates of various appetisers and snacks, are also popular and introduce you to a wide variety of flavours. Tortilla Española, a hearty omelette made with potatoes and onions, is a staple in almost every Spanish household, and the world-famous jamón ibérico (cured ham) is deeply ingrained in the country’s culinary traditions.

Which are the best cities to visit when cycling in Spain?

Spain not only presents you with diverse landscapes but it’s also brimming with vibrant culture and beautiful cities to explore. One of the must-visit cities on a cycling tour is Seville owing to its culture, history and folklore. Explore the Alcázar castle complex, the 18th Century Plaza de Toros de la Real Maestranza bullring and the Gothic cathedral. For stunning beaches and historical charm, head to Cadiz, or discover the modernist architecture, bustling markets and idyllic coastline of Valencia. Barcelona is another a vibrant city and home to famous Gaudí landmarks, including La Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. The capital of Mallorca, Palma boasts scenic coastal and mountain trails and is the island’s cultural and historical hub.

How long are your cycling trips in Spain?

You could be saddling up for between four and eight days including your flight time. Whether you’re covering off ancient Andalucia, coastal Catalunya or magical Mallorca, each of our cycling holidays in Spain will give you more than enough time to immerse yourself in local traditions while covering miles and miles of its beautiful landscapes.     

Are your cycling holidays in Spain guided?

Here at Exodus we offer a mix of guided and self-guided cycling tours to cater for different rider preferences and levels of experience. On our guided cycling tours, our expert tour leaders will show you the way and offer priceless insights into local hotspots and off-the-beaten-track experiences. On our self-guided tours, you’ll be able to pedal at your own pace while checking our detailed route notes to keep you on the right path.