1 week Self-Guided Tours

Wind down and feel the fresh air while absorbing the captivating views from your bike!

Allow yourself the opportunity to immerse yourself in the Portuguese & Spanish cultures. Our bike itineraries are designed to show you beautiful locations, natural beauties, charming towns and to better understand what make us unique!

Visit Megalithic Sites and centuries old castles, ride the idyllic Alentejo’s rolling hills, covered with olive groves and vineyards. Take time to wander around small white washed villages where life moves at a slower pace. Don’t forget to taste the Alentejo’s awarded wines.

Take on the Camino de Santiago de Santiago by Bike and discover a variety of landscapes and traditions. Cycle up mountains and across valleys, connecting with nature as you ride the Camino trails and share experiences with other travellers. Relax on a shade on the villages town’s square. Let yourself be wowed by the grandiosity of Leon’s Cathedral. The sight of Santiago’s Cathedral will become a cherished vision. Understand what makes the Camino a special quest!

Carefully designed Self Guided Bike Tours, with comprehensive Bike Itineraries, GPS navigation, thoughtful hotel options and day tour suggestions. All on a private basis with total flexibility.

Self-Guided Tour: Alentejo Heritage & Wine
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

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Bike Pilgrims in Santiago

Self-Guided Tour: French Way – Leon to Santiago Route
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

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Supporting smaller communities is a rewarding experience.
Ride through Alentejo’s rolling hills, or become a bicigrino on the Camino de Santiago.