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  • Seville, with its vibrant art scene, bustling tapas bars and flamboyant flamenco
  • Visit the historic lands of conquistador explorers staying in the Parador hotels in Extremadura
  • Try delicious gazpacho and jamón ibérico in Andalucia's white-washed villages
  • Experience the Camino pilgrimage to Santiago from Leon or Porto
  • Cycling in the heart of Spain's famous wine growing region, La Rioja

An independent biking vacation in Spain has a lot to offer in a land where tradition is fuelled by its history, culture, and fiery passion! From its diverse regional food to incredible beaches, whatever part of Spain you decide to explore, our trips allow you to see the more authentic side of Spain your way.

Dip your toes in the crystal clear Mediterranean waters, be the first to lay a footprint on unspoiled golden beaches, have a glass or two of sangria in the warm evening sunshine while enjoying a generous helping of traditional paella for supper. Get away from the crowds and feel the cool sea breeze on your brow as you pedal alongside the azure-colored coastlines of the Balearic Islands. Or ride the greener side of Spain on a life-changing Camino pilgrimage, biking the final stage from Leon to Santiago or cycling through northern Portugal and Galicia from Porto on the Camino Portugues Coastal Way

Spain is also ideal for those looking to spend time in its beautiful cities while still having the opportunity to explore off the beaten path. Bike from the vibrant southern beats of Seville's flamenco into its sleepy white-washed Andalusian villages, or if you like a little more luxury in your life, why not ride between the famous Paradors in western Spain's Extremadura? Or head north into the heart of Spain's famous wine growing region, La Rioja, staying in hotels bursting with history and character and tasting the full-bodied flavours of the red wine, paired perfectly with jamón serrano, ripe green olives or thick slices of Manchego cheese.

Since 2008, Macs Adventure has been helping customers explore this fantastic country - take a look at some of our 900+ reviews to hear about their experiences! Our team will work with you to tailor-make your perfect trip, making personal recommendations and providing advice along the way so that you can book your cycling holiday in Spain with confidence. 


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  • Best Time to Bike in Spain?

    Temperatures in Spain typically don't dip too low, even in winter when the lows usually stay in the 40- to 50-degrees Fahrenheit range country-wide. However, on the other hand, Summers can get really hot, with highs creeping into the low to mid-90s in some places. For this reason, we recommend visiting during the shoulder seasons in late spring/early summer (May or early June) or late summer (August to September, even October) to avoid the extreme heat. 

    If you are looking for warmth with fewer crowds, this is a great time to visit. Spring and early summer are also some of the best seasons for festivals. From Easter's Semana Santa to local Flamenco fairs and the astonishing human towers of Catalonia

    The preceding summer months of July and August are to be avoided as they are generally too hot to enjoy your vacation. September temperatures, however, are lovely, especially for cycling. We recommend the Balearics for those wanting to catch some coastal sunshine before the winter season. This is also the perfect time of year to cycle the Camino, making the long stretches a little bit easier in the cooler temperatures! 

    With late September and early October becoming very popular times to travel, for this reason, it's now a perfect alternative to Spring. In October, temperatures begin to dip across the country. However, Andalucia can still be in the 20s at this time of year.  

    Tip: Do bring a good waterproof jacket if traveling during October, as downpours can happen at any time.

    Best Time to Bike in Spain?
  • Why Book your Spanish Adventure with Macs?

    Macs Adventure has been running self-guided biking and walking vacations in Spain since 2008. As soon as we walked the Camino, we knew that Spain had so much to offer, and we started to look for other areas to set up our style of vacations. 

    From humble beginnings, we now send over 2500 travelers every year to Spain, each of them finding their own adventure. We provide the freedom to choose your route, itinerary, and travel companions to discover Spain at your own pace. 

    We knew from experience how important it was to have excellent partners on the ground in Spain to deal with any issues that you might come across. We are proud to say that our Spanish team, suppliers, and baggage handlers are outstanding, and should you have the slightest issue, they will fall over themselves to help you out. 

    We offer a flexible, tailor-made experience that gets you in comfortable, friendly overnight accommodation in local B&Bs and guesthouses. We carry your bags to lighten your load so you can concentrate on simply enjoying the unique culture, food, and scenery of the less-traveled parts of Spain. There are no hostels, no shared dorms, no heavy bags on your back, just the assurance that we have it all covered for you. 

    We want to showcase our expertise by giving you all the resources you will ever need. We have free guides, comprehensive videos, and a host of staff with their own Spanish experience in the planning stage, waiting to answer your questions. On the route, we use high-quality digital mapping and the best maps and guidebooks to make sure you find your way.  

    We love Spain, and our main aim is to make sure that you do too.  

    Why Book your Spanish Adventure with Macs?
  • Historical influences of Andalucia

    With Moorish, Roman, and Greek influences, the region of Andalucia has a complex history, which is part of the reason it is such a fascinating part of Spain to explore. 

    Early beginnings - dating back to around 8000BC, North African tribes (now known as Iberians) established farming settlements throughout Andalucia. The Phoenician traders (who originated from Southern Syria, Lebanon, and Northern Israel) established the seaport of Cadiz in around 1100BC and led to the emergence of many cities on the Andalucian coast. The Phoenicians were followed by the Greeks and Carthaginians (hailing from Tunisia), who monopolized Western Mediterranean trading routes.

    The Romans - from around the 3rd century BC, Roman legions appeared in Andalucia and would remain for nearly 700 years. Betis (Andalucia) was one of Rome's wealthiest colonies, exporting olive oil and wine via the Guadalquivir river, Andalucia's main river, where Roman emperors Trajan and Hadrian were born. Under Roman rule, Spain became a Christian country. However, the Roman Empire eventually collapsed following an invasion from a barbaric tribe, the Visigoths.

    The Moors - Islamic warriors invaded Spain in the year 711 and called the region Al-Andalus. Islam became dominant, and The Moors spread their cultural legacy, evident in places such as the Alhambra in Granada and Mezquita (Great Mosque) of Cordoba. They led the region for eight centuries. The Andalucian cities of Sevilla, Córdoba, Granada, and Cádiz were recognized throughout Europe as centers of great learning, renowned for impressive art and architecture, and homes to prestigious scientists and philosophers. They also created sophisticated irrigation systems and many pueblos blancos. 

    Reconquest -  In the 13th century, Christian reconquest reached Andalucia. By the end of the 15th century, the Catholic Monarchs, Isabel of Castille and Ferdinand of Aragon, had taken the last stronghold of the Moors, Granada, and the Alhambra Palace. Columbus set sail from Andalucian port, Huelva, to discover America in 1492.

    Historical influences of Andalucia

Why Macs

Reasons to believe in Macs Adventure:
The Biggest Choice

The Biggest Choice

Self-guided hiking & biking is all we do - we have over 500 tried & tested trips.
Our Heritage

Around Since 2003

We’re still founder led & the world’s number one self-guided operator with mountains of experience.

21,000+ Customer Reviews

Plus, with a Feefo Platinum Service Award & British Travel Awards, you know you're in good hands.
Positive Impact

Positive Impact

We use independent suppliers to support communities along our routes, as well as work with organizations to help maintain & restore paths.
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