We’ll have a selection of road and gravel routes each day for April’s guided cycling holiday in Girona. Please note all routes are subject to change. If you’d like to join us for part of the week and not all, please contact [email protected].
65.15km | 1031m
A classic, challenging training route frequented by the pros, climbing up to Santuari dels Àngels – a historical chapel at 500 m in the midst of a natural environment in the massif of Les Gavarres, with spectacular views of the Pla de Girona plains, the Costa Brava, the Pyrenees and Montseny mountain range.
63.4km | 888m
No major climbs, just a gentle loop, stopping for coffee in the quiet village of Canet d’Adri.
109.13km | 1918m
Coast ride with lunch in St Feliu de Guixols. This includes the San Grau climb, with coffee at the Monastery, before dropping down to the beautiful coast road.
Gran Fondo Llorret Costa Brava
The Gran Fondo Llorret Costa Brava is the only cycling tour where you can feel the breeze of the Mediterranean Sea in the morning and take on spectacular hills and mountain passes in the afternoon! Registration for the Gran Fondo is optional and can be booked via your registration form.
There will be a supported road ride available for those who do not wish to join the Gran Fondo.
70.93 km | 1354m
Finish the week with a bang! We’ll head out to Lake Banyoles for coffee, via the infamous Rocacorba!
68.3km | 644m
A rolling, steady gravel loop heading west from Girona. Nice and easy to spin out the legs after travelling.
76.3km | 928m
The Basso Route. A nice flat, steady start with all the climbing in the latter part of the ride.
87.2 km | 1200m
As ridden on the Traka Girona 2019. Some punchy climbs but nothing too technical!
87.3km | 701m
A gravel “out and back” to the coast. Pretty flat, but absolutely beautiful.
50 km | 1030m
Another lumpy route courtesy of 2019’s Traka Girona route. Packing 1000m of climbing into 50km, we promise, the views will be worth it.