Cycling Holidays

Self Guided Road Cycling Tours

Our self guided cycling tours are a fantastic way to explore the quiet roads, unspoilt countryside and characterful white villages of Andalucia.

Sport Road Cycling Tours

We have designed these tours for cyclists who prefer to ride wholely on the roads and like to challenge themselves with some longer distance rides, including plenty of mountain climbing and descent. They are a great option if you want to clock up some distance in your legs or if you are training for a sportive cycling event. They will prepare your legs and lungs whilst also letting you enjoy the region's stunning mountain scenery. We have some Cat 1 and Cat 2 climbs, great road surfaces with little traffic and the best weather in Europe – what’s not to like! Tours range from 4 cycling days upwards on carbon-framed road bikes.

Leisure Cycling Tours

If your preference is for taking things a little easier on the bike and more about a relaxed tour of the region, then take a look at our Leisure Cycling Tours page. 

Dates & Availability

Self guided sport road cycling tour dates are very flexible – just tell us when you wish to travel and we will organise your trip accordingly.


Click on the thumbnails below to read our Sport Road Cycling Tour Fact Sheets:

Sport Cycling Tour ONE

4 days riding  A moderate tour of the mountain roads and countryside of the Serrania de Ronda . Shorter days in the saddle but enough climbing to make it a challenge.

Average daily distance 42km

Average daily ascent 1067m

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Sport Cycling Tour TWO
Moderate / Challenging

6 days riding  A moderate to challenging tour which takes you on a stunning 350km circuit from Ronda into the mountains and white villages of the Malaga and Cadiz provinces in Andalucia.

Average daily distance 58km

Average daily ascent 1272m

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Sport Cycling Tour THREE

5 days riding  A challenging tour, similair in overall distance to Tour ONE with less days riding. This means longer distances and more climbing each day.  A great way to explore the area.

Average daily distance 70km

Average daily ascent 1626m

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