Portugal & Spain Guided Tours

The Absolute Hassle-Free Experience. Everything is taken care of for you!

In our Private Guided Bike Tours, you will be travelling with a group of like-minded friends and our Guides and Support vehicle will take care of all the “small” and technical details.

The Iberia is a diverse area with mostly mild weather great for cycling. Experience the Alentejo slow paced living where you can discover amazing medieval towns. Relax by the Ocean side on the SW Coast or follow centuries old paths along the Camino de Santiago.

You will just need to relax, pedal and enjoy the views!

Cyclists ready for the Camino de Santiago

Cyclists standing next to a Camino de Santiago signpost

Private: from € 1,900 | Start/End: Leon / Santiago | Duration: 7 days/6 nights

> Countryside and small villages of Castilla Y Leon and Galicia Regions
> Leon Cathedral, Astorga Roman Ruins and Ponferra Templar Castle
> Mythical Climbs to Cruz de Ferro and O’ Cebreiro
> Santiago de Compostela World Heritage Site
> Amazing gastronomy

Red and yellow flowers in the countryside
Castle tower and entrance in Vila Vicosa, Portugal
Gravel road lined with trees in Alentejo, Portugal

Private: from € 1,900 | Start/End: Evora | Duration: 7 days/6 nights

> Evora World Heritage Site
> Quiet back back roads and whitewashed villages
> Olive groves and immense vineyards
> Megalithic Sites and Medieval Castles
> Amazing gastronomy and wines

Cycle Tourist on road on the Coast of Portugal
Castle battlements with views over the ocean in Arrabida, Portugal

Cyclist riding next to the ocean in Arrabida, Portugal

Private: from € 1,900 | Start/End: Lisbon / Lagos | Duration: 8 days/7 nights

> Nature Reserves of Arrabida, SW Alentejo and Costa Vicentina
> More than 200 km of Europe’s westernmost coastline
> Fisherman villages and rice paddies
> Pristine white sand beaches and fishing ports
> Crushing waves and impressive cliffs

bikeiberia, established in 1999, was the first local operator offering top biking services in Portugal & Spain.
Ride through Alentejo’s rolling hills, discover unspoiled beaches of the SW Coast or become a bicigrino on the Camino de Santiago.