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Cycling routes in Andalucía


Cycling paradise in the heart of Spain

Andalucía, situated in Spain, is a dream destination for road and gravel cyclists alike. The region's sunny weather, diverse terrain, and cyclist-friendly infrastructure make it perfect for year-round cycling adventures. Notable cycling spots include the Sierra Nevada Mountains, famous for its challenging climbs and stunning views, and the Costa del Sol, where cyclists can enjoy scenic rides along the Mediterranean coastline. Whether you're craving epic climbs or gentle coastal routes, Andalucía has it all.

Discover the beauty of Isla Cristina and its marshlands

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40 km
214 m
Chill

This road route covers a distance of 40 km with an ascent of 214 m, making it suitable for cyclists with moderate experience. Explore the charming town of Isla Cristina, known for its beautiful beaches and fresh seafood. Don't miss the opportunity to visit the Marismas de Isla Cristina, a nature reserve that is home to various bird species. Score: 3. Description: Explore the charming town of La Redondela, known for its traditional Andalusian architecture and historic sites.


Embark on an off-road adventure to the quaint village of Bonares and enjoy the tranquility of its rural surroundings.

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64 km
462 m
Tough

The Gravel Trail to Bonares is a scenic cycling route that takes cyclists on an off-road adventure through the picturesque countryside. With a moderate difficulty level, this 64-kilometer route offers a satisfying challenge for well-trained amateur cyclists. The route features an ascent of 462 meters, pushing cyclists to test their endurance. Along the way, cyclists will have the opportunity to visit Lucena del Puerto, a town known for its traditional architecture and warm hospitality. San Juan del Puerto, another highlight, invites cyclists to explore its charming streets and discover its hidden treasures. The route culminates in the quaint village of Bonares, where cyclists can unwind amidst the tranquility of the rural surroundings. This gravel trail promises panoramic views and an immersive experience in the beauty of Andalucía's countryside.


Worth to see in Andalucía:

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Canjáyar

Biking Adventure in Canjáyar

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Arenas del Rey

Enjoying the stunning mountain views and challenging climb to Zafarraya near Arenas del Rey.

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Constantina

Conquer the mountains in Constantina

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Colomera

Discover the challenging routes and breathtaking landscapes of Colomera.

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Lanjarón

Conquer epic mountain climbs and indulge in relaxation in Lanjarón.

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Torremolinos

Coastal beauty with access to legendary climbs.

A thrilling gravel adventure through beautiful landscapes

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64 km
269 m
Tough

Experience the excitement of the Almonte Route as you embark on a thrilling gravel adventure through stunning landscapes. This 64km round-trip cycling route starting near Villamanrique de la Condesa in Andalucía, Spain offers a unique and distinctive experience. With 269 meters of ascent, you'll have the chance to challenge yourself while enjoying the breathtaking views along the way.


Embark on a scenic road cycling adventure, witnessing panoramic vistas and authentic Andalusian charm.

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136 km
1231 m
Tough

With a distance of 136 kilometers and an ascent of 1231 meters, this road cycling route near El Saucejo promises a captivating adventure. Ride through Los Corrales, El Rubio, Herrera, Casariche, La Roda de Andalucía, and Campillos as you soak in the beauty of Andalusian landscapes. Highlights include picturesque panoramas, architectural wonders, and vibrant local culture. This route is recommended for road cyclists who enjoy traversing challenging terrains while embracing the rich heritage and natural splendor of Andalucía.


Discover the remote countryside on this challenging road cycling route from Monachil to Íllora

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120 km
1144 m
Savage

This remote road cycling route takes you from Monachil to the picturesque town of Íllora. Along the way, you will encounter the scenic beauty of Cúllar Vega and Escóznar. The highlight of the route is Castillo de Íllora, a historic castle offering panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The route also passes through San Nicolás Viewpoint in Granada, where you can enjoy stunning vistas of the city and Alhambra. Íllora, the final destination, is a charming town with narrow streets and traditional Andalusian architecture.


Worth to see in Andalucía:

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Cuevas del Almanzora

Explore the diverse cycling routes in Cuevas del Almanzora

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Málaga

Cycling Paradise with Epic Climbs in Málaga, Spain

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Alcaucín

Conquering Mountains and Reveling in Scenic Beauty in Alcaucín

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Lubrín

Mountainous cycling paradise in Andalucía, Spain.

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Laujar de Andarax

Ultimate Cycling Experience in Laujar de Andarax

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Algodonales

Cycling paradise with legendary climb: Puerto de las Palomas.

Discover the ancient Castillo de Lanjarón and enjoy scenic views from Cerro de los Cañones.

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89 km
2425 m
Tough

This road loop near Lanjarón takes you on a historical journey. With a total ascent of 2425 meters and a distance of 89 kilometers, it combines culture and athleticism. Explore the ancient Castillo de Lanjarón before embarking on a challenging climb up Cerro de los Cañones. Be prepared to be amazed by the panoramic views of Andalucía's stunning landscapes.


Embark on a scenic road cycling adventure to explore the sights of Segura de la Sierra

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81 km
1478 m
Tough

Take a leisurely road cycling ride through Segura de la Sierra and discover its remarkable sights and natural wonders. With a distance of 81 kilometers and an ascent of 1478 meters, this route offers a comfortable and enjoyable experience for cyclists of all skill levels. Highlights along the way include Segura de la Sierra, Peñalta, Cerro del Tobazo, Cañada Catena, Beas de Segura, Cerro de la Hermanilla Baja, Puente de Génave, Orcera, and Casa de Jorge Manrique. Immerse yourself in the authentic charm of this region as you pedal through picturesque villages, admire scenic viewpoints, and soak up the warm Andalusian hospitality.


Discover the charm of Guadix and its scenic surroundings on this road cycling route

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102 km
1238 m
Tough

This road cycling route takes you through the picturesque countryside around Guadix, with stunning views and charming highlights along the way. Prepare to be amazed by the beauty of Puerta de San Torcuato and Mirador Magdalena, as well as the challenging ascent of Cerro Buzao. The overall difficulty of this route is moderate, suitable for well-trained amateur cyclists. The epicness of this route is truly unforgettable, with breathtaking vistas and historic landmarks. Explore the highlights and enjoy the rich history and natural beauty of Guadix and its surroundings.


Worth to see in Andalucía:

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El Castillo de las Guardas

Adventurous Cycling Excursions in Andalucía

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Níjar

Exploring the diverse landscapes of Níjar, Andalucía on two wheels

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Santo Tomé

Conquer legendary climbs and soak in the Spanish charm of Santo Tomé.

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Segura de la Sierra

Discover the thrilling mountain biking trails of Segura de la Sierra.

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Almogía

Scenic routes and famous climb: Puerto de León.

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Frigiliana

Heavenly Cycling in Andalucía

Embark on a challenging cycling adventure to the rural town of Alcolea

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125 km
1500 m
Savage

Explore the rural countryside of Andalucía as you cycle from Castro del Río to Alcolea. This demanding route will take you through scenic landscapes, medieval castles, and charming villages. With a total ascent of 1500m, this ride is only recommended for experienced cyclists with excellent fitness levels.


Conquer the legendary Sierra Almeria

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121 km
2370 m
Savage

The Sierra Almeria Challenge is a legendary road cycling route that takes you through the breathtaking landscapes of the Sierra Almeria. With a total distance of 121 kilometers and an ascent of 2370 meters, this challenging route is reserved for experienced cyclists. The route features iconic climbs, such as Cerro Alonso and Cerro de la Mula, offering thrilling and demanding uphill sections. The highlight of the route is the majestic Castillo de Santa Ana, where you can take a break and admire the panoramic views of the Sierra Almeria. This route is rated with a difficulty level of 5 and an epicness level of 5, making it a must-ride for cycling enthusiasts.


Nearby regions:

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Castilla y León

Discovering the diverse landscapes and historic towns of Castilla y León.

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Castilla-La Mancha

Conquering the climbs and exploring the plains of Castilla-La Mancha on two wheels

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Extremadura

Cycling paradise with diverse landscapes and rich cultural heritage.

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Comunitat Valenciana

Explore the stunning landscapes of Comunitat Valenciana on a road or gravel bike.

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Región de Murcia

Challenging climbs and cultural landmarks in Spain

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Algarve

Experience the beauty of Algarve's coastal and mountain roads

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Área Metropolitana de Lisboa

Urban exploration with historical charm

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Alentejo

Explore the rolling hills and scenic countryside of Alentejo, a hidden gem for road and gravel cyclists.

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More worth to see:

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Hinojosa del Duque

Prime destination for cycling with access to Sierra de Cardeña y Montoro Natural Park and Alto de Horcados Rojos climb.

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Lopera

Experience the diverse landscapes and thrilling climbs of Lopera in Andalucía, Spain.