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Gravel cycling Girona: how to plan a gravel bike tour in Girona

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Gravel cycling has taken Girona by storm. To those that know Girona, this comes as no surprise. With its history of pro cycling, endless gravel trails, favourable climate and experienced cycling service providers, Girona’s gravel cycling opportunities are eminently suited to gravel adventures.

But how do you go about planning a gravel bike trip or tour in Girona? Where are the best gravel routes and what do you need to know before you arrive ready to ride?!

In this article we speak to Eduard Kirchner who runs Cycle Tours Catalonia . Eduard has been riding Girona’s gravel trails before gravel was even a “thing”. His business (and its predecessors) have been in Girona since 1996.

Eduard shares the background to the gravel scene in Girona and practical info on where and how to ride gravel in Girona, including gravel routes, gravel events and information on gravel bike hire and tours. We hope it helps you plan your next cycling holiday in Girona!

All metrics in this article are approximate.

Part 1: Gravel cycling in Girona

Why is girona a cycling mecca.

Historically, Girona has been a popular base for the pro peloton, particularly those from outside Europe. There are several reasons they choose Girona:

  • The quality of Girona’s roads. In Girona there is an extensive network of secondary roads with low traffic, moderate gradients and flat riding too. Girona’s location also allows for riding in all directions, north, south, east, and west. Within 100 km of the city there are ten to fifteen ascents of medium difficulty, ideal for training and others of high difficulty with more than 1000m of total ascent.  Despite being a city, the roads into and out of Girona have relatively little traffic and are very rideable. This allows for varied training close to the city.
  • The climate of Girona is very good for training all year round, with temperatures in winter of 5 to 15°C, and in summer of 27 to 33°C at noon.
  • The cost of living is relatively affordable to be able to live comfortably on an average budget.
  • Girona is located in Europe in the centre of the routes of the three major world cycling competitions, the Tour de France, Giro d’Italia and the Vuelta a España. This allows cyclists to easily travel to the most important routes in just a few hours by car to train there and get to know them in detail.
  • There is a strong tradition of cyclists who chose the city of Girona as their residence. The first was Johnny Weltz, a good friend of Pere Muñoz, both Fagor team riders, who decided to settle in Olot to train at the end of the 80’s. Later Johnny was the director of the Motorola and US Postal team where he convinced Lance Armstrong to settle in Girona together with George Hincapie. A long list of professional cyclists followed: Christian Vande Velde, Tyler Hamilton, Fred Rodríguez, David Millar, Dan Martin, Christian Meier, Adam Yates, Michael Barry, Dan Craven, Rory Sutherland, Robert Gesink and many more. Some of them settling permanently and founding businesses, cafes and cycling shops. Currently, more than 100 professional cyclists of different levels, regularly live in the city, sharing apartments, training together and in a good environment.
  • As Girona is not large, you can feel the buzz of the cycling-focused atmosphere and cycling has a strong presence among the commercial activities in the city.

Group of cyclists on a cycling tour of Girona province in spring

What makes Girona a great destination for gravel cycling?

This history of cycling in the city is an important backdrop as it helps explain why Girona is so well placed to cater to all cyclists, including gravel cyclists.

However the main reason Girona is becoming known as a gravel mecca is that its natural environment means it’s supremely well suited to gravel.

Girona’s agricultural plains includes fields of cereals, corn, grass for animals, vegetables, to fields of fruit trees such as apples and peaches, and at the foot of the drier mountains, the vineyards and the olive tres. This varied agricultural scene is dotted with medieval towns and farms.

This means that there is a very extensive network of historic access “roads” to towns and farms and farmhouses spread throughout every corner of the region. These quiet roads are a mix of farm tracks, sandy/dusty trails, rocky/stony roads and compacted earth. There are also the via verdes, disused railway tracks that have been especially adapted for leisure, and are now joined together to create easy and safe routes that criss-cross the Girona countryside. This range of quiet gravel roads is perfect for gravel cycling.

On top of the gravel tracks and roads are the medium-sized asphalt roads with very organic shapes adapting to the soft relief of the plains, very nice to ride.

Surrounding the plains are gentle mountain ranges mostly below 500m high, which also have a vast network of historical roads generated since ancient times for the agricultural exploitation of forests. These mountains act as watchtowers and give a perspective on the plains (as well as exceptional views). The mountains are also fantastic decorative backdrops and offer inspirational and romance in all directions.

Finally, the Costa Brava offers up a contrast, with the glittering sea, charming beaches and rugged, natural coastline. Fortunately,  the towns are still pretty small and not very built up and there are many gorgeous small fishing villages of great charm, such as Tossa, Calella, L’Escala or Cadaqués.

Cyclists with green fields on a dirt track

The development of gravel cycling in Girona

Local passion.

Gravel riding burst into Girona with great force and enthusiasm from the beginning. With the terrain so good for gravel, locals have embraced the other benefits

  • lower technical level than mountain biking, with less physical demand
  • more safety off the public roads
  • more social by being able to go in parallel chatting.

Since the beginning of gravel in 2017, Girona has become a magnet for gravel-lovers.

Two cyclists on a gravel trail near Girona in Catalonia Spain

Gravel races in Girona

The rapid increase in gravel riders in Girona led some mountain bike competition organisers to begin creating gravel bike races and events. It was a new way of organising the races without marking the routes and only distributing the GPS file for participants. Little by little these competitions developed and grew in distance and participants until they became seen internationally as benchmark gravel competitions.Examples include the Traka, Sea Otter Europe and Sgrail – more details below.

This environment of strong gravel events in Girona, combined with promotions by different companies dedicated to the organisation of specific gravel tours, has boosted Girona’s reputation as a “gravel territory” at an international level.

Current situation

I believe that gravel cycling has become complementary to road riding; I’d estimate that 40% of locals now ride gravel.

If we look at our guests who come to ride in Girona from overseas, the proportion of gravel tours is currently lower, not due to the lack of demand for gravel cycling tours, but due to the great tradition that road cycling holidays have had throughout Europe for more than 20 years. However in our experience, the growth of Girona as a gravel destination is currently exponential, doubling every year and we expect this strong trend towards riding gravel to continue.

Want help organising your Girona gravel tour?

We’ve been planning gravel cycling trips in/around Girona since 2019 and would love to help you plan yours. We know all the best routes in the region and can put together an itinerary to suit you.

Check out our reviews here – and head over to our website or get in touch so we can start helping you craft your perfect gravel cycling trip to Girona.

Gravel routes in Girona

Girona is fortunate to be able to offer gravel routes to cater to all speeds, abilities and fitness levels.

As any gravel cyclist knows, the difficulty of a gravel route lies in

  • the percentage gradient of the slope. The ideal gradients for medium difficulty gravel routes would be slopes between 6-7% maximum. However, there are many gravel bikes that come equipped with gears with very short ratios, almost like mountain bikes. This allows you to do routes with steeper slopes of 12-14% or more.
  • the distance. Currently the gravel scene is seeing a tendency towards longer routes up to 100-120 km. This is quite achievable as gravel bikes are quite fast if there is not much ascent.

It’s also important to acknowledge that routes – especially gravel routes – can change over time. Gravel routes are much more unpredictable than road cycling routes; they can alter with heavy rain that causes trails to be washed away. Some routes may be manageable in dry conditions but significantly challenging after rain.

A route that one experienced cyclist enjoys can be daunting for a newbie. One of the rough roads a roadie finds tough might be ridiculously easy for a mountain biker. It’s important to bear in mind that recommending gravel routes is difficult because the perfect route varies due to these things.

Bear this in mind as you read the suggestions below (and it’s also a reason to consider getting a local to help you plan your gravel cycling trip!).

Girona gravel cycling routes – beginners

For beginner routes, our suggestion would be routes of 50-60km with a total ascent of 500-700m with a maximum slope of 6-7%.

In Girona we have two areas of flat terrain that are ideal for this level of gravel route:

  • The Girona plain, which allows you to leave Girona to make multiple circular routes to the South, all of them of great quality, with very well-kept agricultural surroundings and mountains such as Gavarres, Sant Grau or Les Guilleries.
  • The Empordà Plain, larger and with the Costa Brava on one side, is the other area that allows infinite routes, inland and along the coast. The Empordà is also very notable for its large number of very well preserved medieval villages, which allow routes that take in the architecture as well as traditional bars and restaurants where you can enjoy local hospitality.

Example: Gironès Route

This is a route through the plain to the south of Girona. It’s a well-kept agricultural area with impressive farms. The roads are wide gravel tracks, but maintain a very organic layout, with slight ups and downs.

Overall, it is a lovely, varied route that’s accessible to a range of riders, even those that aren’t overly experienced with gravel cycling.

Girona gravel cycling routes – moderate

In our opinion, a moderate level gravel route should incorporate more mountainous terrain with gradients of 9-10% slope, with longer distances up to 100km and 800-1000m or more of total ascent.

From Girona, we can go out touring the entire Gavarres mountain range, combining the Empordà plain and also the Girona plain. It includes cycling mountain tracks that allow you to climb to panoramic points, such as the Sanctuary of Els Àngels or Puig d’Arques, from where you can appreciate the entire territory with views of great beauty.

These kind of routes will require effort, but how hard the route finally is will be determined by how much you push yourself. These are routes that can be done at cruising speed, or, if you want, on the limit!

Example: Les Gavarres Route

This route combines areas of plain with tracks that go up to the Gavarres mountain range. The network of mountain trails are very old, therefore they have a very organic layout, with reasonable climbs. Reaching the different peaks of the mountain range such as Els Àngels or Puig d’Arques will be rewarded with spectacular views over the entire region.

This is a demanding route for people used to gravel riding. Allow for a full day’s ride.

Girona gravel cycling routes – challenging

In our opinion, challenging routes are routes in which the gradient is very demanding regardless of whether you can go faster or slower. They are itineraries with very steep climbs over 10% up to 18-20%. The distance is usually over 100km and can easily reach 140-150km and 1,500-2,000 m+ of total ascent.

From Girona you can climb mountains such as Sant Hilari, Santuari de el Far, Rocacorba, Mare de Deu del Món or even out of the foothills of the Pyrenees and into the “Pyrenees proper”. The ascent of all these mountains can be combined with flat sections on the plain to be able to add kilometres and complete a high-level gravel day.

Another option to raise the level of a gravel outing is to introduce single track routes that could be more suitable for mountain biking; but of course care is needed and this should only be done by very experienced riders. Gravel purists will consider that this is not gravel, and that we are in the terrain of mountain biking.

Example: Rocacorba Route

Rocacorba is one of Girona’s classic roads. Climbing to the top of Rocacorba, almost 1,000m high, mostly off-road on a gravel bike, is a demanding experience and you have to be in shape. The return by Banyoles Lake allows you to relax a little and enjoy the territory in the second part of the tour.

Without a doubt it is a route you’ll need to ride pretty intensely for most of the day, and arrive in Girona with the satisfaction of having climbed one of the highlights of our destination.

Multi-day gravel tour routes and bikepacking

At Cycle Tours Catalonia, we are big fans of bikepacking; we love the philosophy of adventure and tourism. The idea behind bikepacking is that the route lasts more than a day and you’ll need to sleep on the way.

The ethos is to travel by bike with little equipment that allows you to go very light and thus not limit the kilometres and the ascent of each daily stage. It is not about loading the bike with saddlebags, tents and cooking equipment, but about carrying the minimum equipment. Normally it is combined with sleeping in accommodation of more or less luxury, taking advantage of having local cuisine for dinner, and so discovering a little more about the territory, its customs and its culture. (There’s more about bikepacking v gravel bike touring, here. )

Example: Great Tour of the Empordà (6 stages / 7 nights)

The route back to the Empordà provides a total immersion in the Girona region, passing through stunning countryside and past the turquoise coast, passing through countless medieval towns, fishing villages at the coast. The route climbs to the extreme end of the Pyrenees, where the mountain range delves into the Mediterranean Sea at Cape Creus.

Being a multi-day route, in some stages we propose two versions of the route that allow the route to be lengthened or shortened. It is a trip of adventure and discovery; it is not focused on a great sporting challenge, but it is necessary to be in good shape.

More information here.

Gravel races, events and festivals in/around Girona

We are fortunate to have a full calendar of bicycle events in the Girona region. Here we highlight a few of the great gravel races in Girona.

Sea Otter Europe

The largest bicycle event held in Girona is the Sea Otter Europe , which brings together a fair with 250 exhibitors, many competitions and demonstrations. It is a festival that more than 5,000 people attend over the two days. Gravel races are also included with different distances.

The second most important event in Girona is The Traka . It is a long-distance gravel competition with routes of 560km, 360km, 200km and 100km. It is probably one of the largest gravel competitions in the world. It is an authentic festival throughout the week.

A relatively new event to the Girona scene is the Sgrail gravel triathlon event which includes an 88km gravel ride. It’s inspired by three-time Triathlon World Champion Jan Frodeno.

Cyclists in a haze of yellow rapseed flowers near Girona

Tips for gravel riding in Girona

Do you need help riding gravel in/around girona.

Girona is a populated region with infinite possibilities for tours, places to stay and places to visit. Organising an excellent route can be within anyone’s power, you will just have to dedicate enough time to select “the best one”, and put it together in the most efficient and pleasant way to have a great experience.

The advantage of working with a local company is that the professionals have already done many hours of work for you. The professionals who organise tours have the knowledge of the territory, and their desire is to organise a tour in the best way so that it is a great experience.

I know I am biased, but I think most people can see that this is helpful!

What equipment do you need for gravel cycling in Girona?

The most important thing is to have a great gravel bike to ride! Fortunately, here in Girona we offer great gravel bike rentals. This means our guests do not have to travel with their bikes, with the risks that that entails.

The personal equipment for riding gravel in Girona is the same as you’d need anywhere in the world, perhaps taking into account that it rains very few days a year, and that the temperatures are very good most of the year. We would recommend dark sunglasses, sunscreen and two bottles of water.

What time of year to go on a cycling tour in Girona?

Any time of year is a good time of year for gravel riding in Girona. Just bear in mind that we have two main temperature extremes in Girona: December-January with temperatures of 5 to 15 degrees, and July-August with temperatures of 27 to 33 degrees.

Where to stay for a gravel cycling tour in/around Girona?

As Girona is a tourist destination in its own right, the region has hundreds of accommodations of all types. You can find luxury hotels, simple hotels, small and large hotels, rural houses or apartments. (Check this article on where to stay in Girona for more.)

The main recommendation we make to our guests is that they combine staying in Girona with having a few nights somewhere on the Costa Brava. I think this provides a much more complete experience of our region than just staying in the city. Girona is a great place to spend several days, and there are lots of routes out of the city. However, cycling from a location on the coast also allows you to enjoy a plunge in the sea at the end of each day of cycling!

Another option is to do a self-guided or guided multi-day tour and move from one accommodation to another each night.

Tips for renting gravel bikes in Girona

When renting a gravel bike, an important consideration is the gear ratio. It is always preferable to rent a bicycle with a friendly gear ratio, to be able to best tackle the different slopes that the tracks and roads present. So you want your largest sprocket significantly larger than smallest chain ring – for example 38 tooth chain ring with 44 tooth smallest sprocket. 

It is a good idea to do a short ride before you leave the rental shop to check that the bicycle fits correctly and that everything is in good condition.

Currently all bicycle rental businesses in Girona have good quality bikes, although in high season it might be difficult to find one that is available! As a result, I’d always suggest booking in advance.

Part 2: CycleTours Catalonia gravel bike routes + tours in Girona

Cycle Tours Catalonia has been developing gravel routes in/around Girona since 2019 just before the pandemic. Our objective has been to offer a complete range of single-day routes and multi-day routes, with two difficulty options for each of them, to be enjoyed by locals and those that want to come on a gravel cycling holiday in/around Girona.

We also have a large fleet of 30 high quality gravel bikes.

What tours do you offer in/around Girona?

We offer road, gravel and touring cycling in and around Girona. Typically, we are focused on beginner and moderate routes but we also love to support stronger riders and we adapt the tours for them. We have options available for all levels of cyclists, from beginners to moderate and strong cyclists.

We offer both guided and self-guided formats.

Our self-guided tours allow us to offer experiences to small groups, couples or even solo travellers. Due to the staffing costs of our guided tours, our standard is a minimum of six people, as otherwise the price becomes rather expensive per person.

We always offer a version of our tours with standard, 2-3 star accommodation, and a premium 4-star version. If you want a luxury level tour we can also adapt the accommodation to 5 stars, boutique hotels, Michelin Star restaurants and private cultural guide services, boat rentals, wine tastings, cooking lessons and more.

When we work with clients, we are always careful to ensure the routes will meet their expectations regarding their fitness levels and experience. As discussed above, this is particularly important with gravel cycling holidays in Girona.

You can find out more on our website, here.

Gravel cyclist by the sea on Girona's Costa Brava coastline

What gravel bike rentals do you offer in/around Girona?

Currently our rental bike fleet offers two brands of gravel bike: Specialized and BMC.

From the Specialized brand we have two models: Diverge STR Expert, with double suspension and Crux Comp, a lighter model than the Diverge and more for competition.

From BMC we have the URS 01 THREE, with electronic shifting. It’s a very versatile, comfortable and fast bicycle.

We also offer premium road bikes with electronic shifting and carbon rims, like the Specialized Tarmac Expert, Specialized Aethos Pro and Roubaix. We also offer mountain bikes, touring bikes and all kind of e-bikes.

Gravel bike against an orange wall

What is special about what you offer?

The most special thing we offer is that we are local. The DNA of the company has always been to combine the excellence of services with our local knowledge. We are very proud to work to make our clients enjoy our home, on our roads, with our countryside, introducing them to local cuisine, culture and the people here.

Our clients enjoy the best routes, with the best bikes and with a professional team, with good English, that are passionate about their work.

Our philosophy of tourism is based on three key things:

  • Support local: Our objective is to bring our clients’ attention to all the differentiating details that our territory, our people, our destination has.
  • Live in the moment: Time is the most valuable thing we have, when we receive a client we are excited that our client takes their time to live the experiences deeply. It would be like traveling in the here and now. We are looking for a conscious traveller.
  • Learn: Every trip is a new experience. Learning about the destination where we travel is also learning to respect and value it.

We think gravel riding is a type of cycling that perfectly combines sportsmanship, the adventure of discovery and a lot of fun!

Bike in the Pyrenees mountains with view of gravel trail

How should someone find out more?

On our website you can find all the details of our tours. Give us a ring, drop us an email, or visit our shop in Girona and we can offer all additional information or customised tour details you need.

Big thanks to Eduard for sharing these insights. Tell us about your gravel cycling experiences in Girona in the comments below and, for our firsthand experiences of travelling with Cycle Tours Catalonia, read this article.

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Eduard Kirchner

Eduard runs Cycle Tours Catalonia. He was born in Barcelona and has lived part-time in Barcelona-L’Escala (Costa Brava) since he was two years old. Eduard was a silver medalist of the Spanish MTB Orientation League and a member of the Spanish national team from 1999 to 2001. He studied Sports Management at the University of Barcelona and he has been general manager of different sports clubs until he founded his own bike tours and rental company, now Cycle Tours Catalonia.

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ORBEA GRAVEL RIDE TOUR - GIRONA 2022

ORBEA GRAVEL RIDE TOUR - GIRONA 2022

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  • When: 7:00 AM on Sunday, September 25, 2022
  • Place: Girona
  • Province: Girona
  • Registration dates: From 9:00 AM on 2/9/2022 to 11:59 PM on 9/20/2022

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ORBEA SE CONVIERTE EN EL PATROCINADOR PRINCIPAL DE LA GIRONA GRAVEL RIDE TOUR 

La prueba de gravel se celebrará dentro del marco de la Sea Otter Europe , el próximo 25 de septiembre y la marca vasca será su principal patrocinador .

El Gravel es una modalidad de ciclismo que nace de la necesidad de poder circular con la agilidad de la carretera también en las pistas de graba, de este modo se ensanchan las opciones para diseñar rutas hasta rincones más remotos de los que el asfalto permite. A menudo las «salidas» Gravel, son verdaderas aventuras de descubrimiento del territorio. 

Juan Otero, Orbea Marketing Manager España/Portugal: «Existen muchas ideas de lo que significa el gravel. Lo que queda fuera de toda duda es que una gran bicicleta gravel debe ofrecer control, velocidad y confort, pero, sobre todo, sed de diversión y aventura. Partiendo de esta idea, Orbea presentó su Terra, una bicicleta diseñada por y para el gravel. No se trata de una bicicleta de carretera adaptada ni una bici de montaña a la que le hemos reducido peso. Terra ES gravel. Una bicicleta con la que disfrutar mayor comodidad en las salidas de carretera y descubrir dónde termina ese sendero inexplorado. Hay todo un mundo ahí fuera y Terra está lista para explorarlo.» 

«Somos unos apasionados de la bici. Por ello, queremos estar junto con la comunidad usuaria que quiere disfrutar de esta disciplina. Estar presentes en esta prueba, así como en todo el Sea Otter Europe, es una forma de compartir y vivir juntos la experiencia. Además, tendremos una flota de Terra disponible para que las personas interesadas en probarlas a lo largo del Festival se acerquen y vean la capacidad de su modelo gravel».

El recorrido de Girona permitirá descubrir las Gavarres, macizo de formas redondeadas con pistas forestales en buen estado, ideales por nuestra aventura. Seguiremos el recorrido mediante el track con el gps, no habrá señales en el camino y así podremos vivir la aventura gravel con plena libertad. Saldremos de Girona bordeando la parte norte de las Gavarres resiguiendo las pistas paralelas en el río Ter. A la altura de la población de Monells nos adentraremos en este Espacio de interés natural por una subida con una pendiente constante. Nos alejaremos del tráfico y de las grandes poblaciones hasta sentir el silencio de los rincones más remotos de este macizo. Carenaremos la parte occidental de las Gavarres, pasaremos a tocar del Santuario de Àngels y del Castell de San Miquel. 

Las inscripciones para la ORBEA GIRONA GRAVEL RIDE TOUR se abrieron el viernes 8 de abril e incluyen la participación en la prueba, el dorsal, un maillot oficial Sportful, acceso a los avituallamientos durante el recorrido y la llegada, así como asistencia médica. El precio de la inscripción es de 48€. 

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PERFIL Y RECORRIDO

Perfil de la prueba gerundense © Girona Gravel Ride Tour

Ruta circular de 78 km en el coro de las Gavarres sin ninguna dificultad técnica, todo el recorrido es por pistas forestales en muy buen estado y con poco desnivel. Salida dirección Noreste siguiendo la Ruta del Ter , los primeros kilómetros serán sin desnivel, combinando pistas forestales con buen estado con carreteras secundarias con muy poco tráfico. En la población de Parlavà nos desviaremos dirección a las Gavarres . Cruzaremos la C-66 a la altura de la población de Corçà , posteriormente cruzaremos Monells , población donde está pensado poner el primer avituallamiento de la prueba. Posteriormente enlazaremos con la carretera que sube a la ermita de Santa Pallaia pero en el PK 13 nos desviaremos a la derecha en una pista de forestal de muy buen estado. Al final de la subida, en el coro de las Gavarres, cerca del Santuario de Àngels , encontraremos el segundo avituallamiento de la prueba, este será líquido. A partir de aquí iremos pedaleando pasando cerca del Castell de San Miquel . Antes de llegar a San Miquel bajaremos hacia Girona .

Recorrido de la prueba gerundense © Girona Gravel Ride Tour

SPORTFUL PRESENTA EL MAILLOT DE LA ORBEA GRAVEL RIDE TOUR GIRONA

Sportful volverá a equipar a los ciclistas en la carrera . La prestigiosa marca de textil italiana repite como Official Sponsor, formando parte de una de las pruebas deportivas del festival internacional Sea Otter Europe. Como muestra de su importancia, Federico Mele, Head of Global Marketing de Sportful cree que “La Sea Otter Europe es, sin duda, una de las citas más importantes no sólo de España sino de todo el calendario ciclista europeo. Para nosotros es muy importante ser expositores del festival y patrocinadores de la Orbea Girona Gravel Ride. En los últimos años estamos invirtiendo en el segmento del Gravel y creemos firmemente que el segmento de las «carreteras sucias» crecerá aún más en los próximos años . Tenemos que seguir este camino y formar parte del «juego» mejorando nuestros productos y explotando al máximo nuestros conocimientos de larga duración en la industria del ciclismo. Las personas, el intercambio de experiencias y el placer de montar en bicicleta son los valores clave de este mundo en crecimiento».

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Gravel Ride Tour Girona 2022

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El Gravel es una modalidad de ciclismo que nace de la necesidad de poder circular con la agilidad de la carretera también en las pistas de graba, de este modo se ensanchan las opciones para diseñar rutas hasta rincones más remotos de los que el asfalto permite. A menudo las «salidas» Gravel, son verdaderas aventuras de descubrimiento del territorio. Desde Ocisport han diseñado con mucha cura, tres aventuras Gravel siguiendo esta filosofía, a cada una de ellas el descubrimiento será diferente por eso entendemos que la suma de los tres retos es una aventura en sí misma: 25 Septiembre: Girona (Sea Otter Europe) 78km +770m Este es un recorrido Gravel para descubrir las Gavarres, macizo de formas redondeadas con pistas forestales en buen estado, ideales por nuestra aventura. Seguiremos el recorrido mediante el track con el gps, no habrá señales en el camino y así podremos vivir la aventura gravel con plena libertad. Saldremos de Girona bordeando la parte norte de las Gavarres resiguiendo las pistas paralelas en el río Ter, delimitadas por chopos. A la altura de la población de Monells nos adentraremos en este Espacio de interés natural (EIN) por una subida con una pendiente constante rodeados de alcornocales y encinas. Nos alejaremos del tráfico y de las grandes poblaciones hasta sentir el silencio de los rincones más remotos de este macizo. Carenaremos la parte occidental de las Gavarres, pasaremos a tocar del Santuario de Àngels y del Castell de San Miquel y la entrada a Girona la haremos por el Valle de Sant Daniel acompañados del Riu Galligants.

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Provence to Girona Gravel Bike Tour

Gravel biking adventures off the beaten path from Provence to the Pyrenees

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Get ready for a thrilling nine-day gravel biking journey that combines epic adventure with scenic beauty from France to Spain.

Ride from Provence's limestone tracks to gravel paths near the captivating Mediterranean shores then head inland to the majestic and challenging Pyrenees en route to the cycling mecca of Girona. This remarkable trip highlights the best of all worlds, offering an exciting blend of natural wonders, cultural treasures, and the exhilaration of remote, challenging terrain. Fuel long rides with the local flavors of France and Spain from fresh grilled fish to hearty inland stews. As you delve deep into the Pyrenees, be awestruck by the towering mountain peaks and the secrets found in hidden valleys. Witness the changes in the landscape, vegetation, and gastronomy as you pedal from point to point each day. This trip truly has it all. And who knows? You might find that a French Provencal rosé will match with Spanish tapas better than you expected. Learn more about Gravel trips and if they're right for you »

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Explore amazing gravel roads between the Mediterranean Sea and the Pyrenees mountains

Discover geological wonders like the unique red shores of Lac Salagou and the imposing formations of Orgues d'Ille

Tackle the challenging climb to the summit of Ares Pass in the mighty Pyrenees mountains

Rest for a day in a renovated wine cellar at the luxurious Hotel Riberach

Enjoy eating in local restaurants in Béziers and Camprodon and explore the diversity of cuisine between France and Spain

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Pyrenees Gravel

Explore amazing gravel roads in the Pyrenees mountains

Prepare yourself for the surprises that the Pyrenees mountains hold, and take on both challenging climbs and picturesque gravel paths.

What Guests are Saying

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This trip is like no other. From the Mediteranean Sea to the mountains, from easy dirt paths to challenging mountainous gravel roads, every day of this trip will leave you in awe as you're riding from one stunning valley to the next. Crossing the border from France to Spain on gravel paths, it's the best way to discover Provence and Catalonia!

Melanie, Trip Designer

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Bottom line—a great week, a memorable week, and a week that brought both Gloria and me much happiness, and a real sense of accomplishment.

Michael R., Trek Travel Guest

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Loving the exceptional and consistent TT experience. Top level guides, logistics, accommodations and equipment. Enjoy beautiful scenery, great rides, company, food and wine. Repeat. There is no better way to vacation!

Rose, Trek Travel Guest

Gravel road in Ille sur Tete in Pyrennes

Belesta to Ceret in the Pyrenees

Ride on gravel roads connecting one valley to another and observe the change of scenery. One thing remain constant: it's stunning!

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May 20-28, 2025.

Hotels you`ll stay at on this date:

  • Zenitude – La Valadière
  • Auberge de Val Moureze

Hotel du Mas

Domaine riberach.

Mas de Trilles

Hotel Edelweiss

Available bikes:

Trek Checkpoint SLR 7

Trek electric-assist domane+ slr 7, $ 4899.00 per person.

Double Occupancy

Single Occupancy from: + 999.00

September 30-October 8, 2025 Private Reserved

October 14-22, 2025, hotel ciutat de girona, looking for a private tour with us.

Private tours can range in cost based on your group size. See below for specific pricing based on your group size.

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Arrival / Departure

Where to Arrive

Paris (CDG) or Montpellier (MPL)

Pick-up location :

Montpellier-Sud de France TGV train station, Montpellier, France

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Where to Depart

Barcelona, Spain (BCN)

Drop-off location :

Hotel Nord 1901, Girona, Spain

Drop-off time :

Additional Arrival Information

We suggest that you arrive at least one day prior to the start of your Provence to Girona bike tour, which will enable you to adjust to the time zone and minimize the risk of missing the trip start due to flight-related delays. We recommend that you fly into Paris (CDG). From Paris, take a TGV train to Montpellier Sud de France, either from the TGV station at Charles de Gaulle Airport or from the Gare de Lyon in Paris. Please note that there are two train stations in Montpellier—the TGV and the center station (Gare de Montpellier Saint-Roch). To ensure a quicker journey, we recommend you book your ticket to arrive at the TGV station that is approximately three miles from the center station downtown. There is a frequent shuttle service for a few euros that connects the two train stations, or you can opt for a taxi (around ten euros for a fifteen-minute journey).

If you are arriving at Montpellier Airport, you can take a bus or a taxi for a few euros to reach the meeting point in Montpellier TGV station.

Your Trek Travel guides will meet you at the Montpellier Sud France train station at 10:00 AM on the first day of the trip. It's recommended that you bring a set of cycling clothes in your carry-on in case of lost luggage. After a quick fifteen-minute shuttle, you will arrive at L'Anse Sauvage where you can enjoy a picnic lunch as your guides explain how the trip will unfold and fit you to your Trek bike. Once everyone's bike is ready, you'll be off to explore the beautiful tracks of the South of France. Please have your riding gear in a separate bag or readily accessible, to avoid having to unpack your luggage.

If you will be late for the meeting time, or are going to miss it altogether, please inform your guides. If you cannot reach them, please call our hotel, Zenitude Relais & Spa La Valadière (+33 4 66 40 40 10), and leave a message with your expected arrival time and contact details.

Additional Departure Information

You will say farewell to your guides at 11:30 AM at Hotel Nord 1901. Please be sure to secure transportation to your departure airport prior to the last day of the trip. From Hotel Nord 1901, the Girona Train Station is approximately a 15-minute walk, or taxis are also available for the short ride. Trains depart hourly to Barcelona Sants and Estació de França. For more information, consult www.renfe.com .

Once you arrive in Barcelona Sants, you may take a bus (depart every 30 minutes from 6:00 AM to 11:45 PM) to Terminal 1, or a train to Terminal 2. Alternatively, taxis are plentiful and operate 24 hours a day. The journey from the train station in the city center to the airport will take 20-30 minutes and cost around 35 euros.

Day 1 Welcome to Provence where your gravel adventure begins!

Welcome to Provence where your gravel adventure begins!

Your Trek Travel guides will meet you at the Montpellier-Sud de France train station on the first day of your trip. After a 15-minute private shuttle, you'll arrive at Anse Sauvage, a charming restaurant nestled in a pristine natural sanctuary along the banks of l'Etang de Méjan. After enjoying a French brunch inspired by the chef's innovative culinary creations and a brief round of introductions, your guides will outline the trip and fit you to your bike. Today's ... Your Trek Travel guides will meet you at the Montpellier-Sud de France train station on the first day of your trip. After a 15-minute private shuttle, you'll arrive at Anse Sauvage, a charming restaurant nestled in a pristine natural sanctuary along the banks of l'Etang de Méjan. After enjoying a French brunch inspired by the chef's innovative culinary creations and a brief round of introductions, your guides will outline the trip and fit you to your bike. Today's ride offers a splendid introduction to the gravel you'll encounter throughout this exciting tour. Our adventure begins with a ride through a protected reserve, where you can observe serene flamingos resting in the ponds. We'll then guide you along the seawall, across the Vic Pond, and into the fragrant pine forests, which emit a captivating aroma. A gradual ascent will reward you with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and sea before we descend to our first hotel. This evening, we'll gather for cocktails and dinner to discuss what's to come during this cycling adventure between France and Spain. Read More

Zenitude - La Valadière

Meals included

Lunch | Social Hour | Dinner

Ride along the Mediterranean Sea and observe the wild birds

Highlight of the Day

Ride along the Mediterranean Sea and observe the wild birds

Cycle through a protected area and take the time to observe the native species.

Ride Options

Ride Option 1

TODAY'S RIDE:

Lattes to La Valadière - Approximately 37 miles | 60 km with 1,585 feet | 483 m

Day 2 Cycle to the unique Lac du Salagou and Cirque de Mourèze

Cycle to the unique Lac du Salagou and Cirque de Mourèze

Rise and shine, and get excited! After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, we'll gather for our first big ride through the countryside in South of France. Today, our route will take you to the heights of Montpellier, where you'll be treated to an unspoiled panorama of the Mediterranean Sea. Some segments of today's unpaved route are technically challenging, including a steep descent with chunky gravel, but we think you'll agree there's nothing quite like the sound of g... Rise and shine, and get excited! After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, we'll gather for our first big ride through the countryside in South of France. Today, our route will take you to the heights of Montpellier, where you'll be treated to an unspoiled panorama of the Mediterranean Sea. Some segments of today's unpaved route are technically challenging, including a steep descent with chunky gravel, but we think you'll agree there's nothing quite like the sound of gravel beneath your wheels as you traverse these remote areas. Your guides will be prepared with delicious sandwiches from the local boulangerie for whenever you'd like to have lunch. Continuing on, your route will lead you to the shores of Lac du Salagou, a reservoir created in 1968 by the construction of a dam. One of the most distinctive features of Lac du Salagou is the surrounding reddish soil, a result of the iron-rich earth in the region. The contrast between the deep blue water and the red earth creates a visually stunning and unique landscape. Tonight's accommodation will be situated in the heart of the Cirque de Mourèze, a "chaos" of dolomite rocks sculpted by erosion over millions of years. As the day winds down, we'll come together for a group dinner on the relaxing hotel grounds, where we can share and reflect upon our experiences of the day. Read More

Auberge de Mourèze

Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner

Lac du Salagou

Lac du Salagou

Explore the unique red shores of Lac du Salagou, a reservoir with iron-rich soil.

La Valadiere to Mourèze - Approximately 44 miles | 71km with 3,425 feet | 1044 m

Day 3 Discover the lifestyle of the South of France

Discover the lifestyle of the South of France

Today, we'll take you on a ride that will endear you to the relaxed lifestyle of the South of France. In the morning, you'll traverse gently undulating, rocky hills that lead you through picturesque villages. Pause at a local cafe to savor a cup of coffee and immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere. You'll then descend to the town of Béziers, renowned for its rich historical heritage dating back to Roman times, as well as for its magnificent cathedral. Lunch will... Today, we'll take you on a ride that will endear you to the relaxed lifestyle of the South of France. In the morning, you'll traverse gently undulating, rocky hills that lead you through picturesque villages. Pause at a local cafe to savor a cup of coffee and immerse yourself in the unique atmosphere. You'll then descend to the town of Béziers, renowned for its rich historical heritage dating back to Roman times, as well as for its magnificent cathedral. Lunch will be at a local restaurant, a treasured family establishment with a legacy of boules players, situated alongside the historic Canal du Midi. This afternoon, a scenic gravel route will lead you along the canal for approximately nine miles (15 kilometers), offering a truly delightful experience. The day will conclude with a charming ride through vineyards. Tonight, we will enjoy dinner at the hotel's restaurant, housed in a traditional building typical of this region of France. Read More

Canal du Midi

Canal du Midi

Peacefully ride along the Canal du Midi and observe the barge gliding gracefully upon its waters.

Mourèze to Vinassan - Approximately 58 miles | 94 km with 3,182 feet | 970 m

Day 4 Say goodbye to the Mediterranean Sea and hello to the Pyrenees mountains

Say goodbye to the Mediterranean Sea and hello to the Pyrenees mountains

Today, we invite you to savor the seaside one last time before our journey deep into the Pyrenees mountains begins. In the morning, you'll leisurely pedal between the tranquil Mediterranean Sea and the picturesque Canal de la Robine on a gentle and flat gravel path, eventually transitioning to a sandy road that follows the coastline all the way to Leucate. Our day's first ascent will take you along a charming, narrow road that winds through the villages of Fitou and... Today, we invite you to savor the seaside one last time before our journey deep into the Pyrenees mountains begins. In the morning, you'll leisurely pedal between the tranquil Mediterranean Sea and the picturesque Canal de la Robine on a gentle and flat gravel path, eventually transitioning to a sandy road that follows the coastline all the way to Leucate. Our day's first ascent will take you along a charming, narrow road that winds through the villages of Fitou and Opoul. Following a well-deserved bakery lunch, you'll take on the ascent to Bélesta, which will be challenging but incredibly rewarding. As you climb, you'll catch your first glimpse of the stunning Pyrenees mountains, passing by the Agly Dam and the quaint village of Cassagnes. Tonight, a leisurely dinner awaits you at the hotel's bistronomic restaurant, where you can relish the satisfaction of a day well spent. Read More

Featured Meal | Domaine Riberach - Cargol'21

Featured Meal | Domaine Riberach - Cargol'21

The culinary journey at Domaine Riberach is genuinely exceptional. Chef Julien Montassié, honored with a Michelin green star in 2022, embra... The culinary journey at Domaine Riberach is genuinely exceptional. Chef Julien Montassié, honored with a Michelin green star in 2022, embraces a local and slow food philosophy, sourcing everything within a 40-kilometer radius from local producers. This approach results in a dynamic, diverse cuisine that evolves with the seasons, consistently exuding warmth and hospitality. Read More

Vinassan to Bélesta - Approximately 67 miles | 108 km with 3,550 feet | 1,082 m

Day 5 Rest Day at Domaine Riberach in Belesta

Rest Day at Domaine Riberach in Belesta

It's a rest day today - an opportunity to relax, recuperate, and recharge your batteries for the rest of the trip. Relax in Bélesta, a small village up in the mountains that offers calm and serenity. Visit the hotel's spa to soak away some aches and pains or indulge in a massage to work out any kinks. For those inclined toward an active rest day, Bélesta offers plenty of options. Take a leisurely stroll through the village, explore the surrounding hiking trails, o... It's a rest day today - an opportunity to relax, recuperate, and recharge your batteries for the rest of the trip. Relax in Bélesta, a small village up in the mountains that offers calm and serenity. Visit the hotel's spa to soak away some aches and pains or indulge in a massage to work out any kinks. For those inclined toward an active rest day, Bélesta offers plenty of options. Take a leisurely stroll through the village, explore the surrounding hiking trails, or perhaps take a taxi to discover the impressive Gorges de Galamus. Wine enthusiasts can explore the vineyards during guided tours. (Please note that some of these extra activities require advance reservations and are not included in the trip price. You can contact one of our Trip Consultants or the hotel Domaine Riberach directly for more information.) Tonight, we'll come together again for an optional wine tasting in the cellar, followed by a delicious dinner, while your guides share what's awaiting you the next day. Read More

Breakfast | Dinner

Wine tasting at Domaine Riberach

Wine tasting at Domaine Riberach

Enjoy a unique natural wine tasting and a cellar visit at Domaine Riberach.

TODAY'S OPTIONAL ACTIVITY:

Private Wine Tasting at Domaine Riberach

Day 6 Explore various landscapes and the geological particularities of the Orgues d'Ille-sur-Têt

Explore various landscapes and the geological particularities of the Orgues d'Ille-sur-Têt

Dive into the day and explore the many sights on your ride through this intriguing and unique region of the Pyrenees. Today's adventure begins with a ride through Bélesta, leading you to Ille-sur-Têt along a picturesque, undulating gravel road. Your guides will then take you to the awe-inspiring Orgues d'Ille, a mesmerizing display of rock formations that bear a striking resemblance to organ pipes, crafted over millions of years through the forces of erosion. You�... Dive into the day and explore the many sights on your ride through this intriguing and unique region of the Pyrenees. Today's adventure begins with a ride through Bélesta, leading you to Ille-sur-Têt along a picturesque, undulating gravel road. Your guides will then take you to the awe-inspiring Orgues d'Ille, a mesmerizing display of rock formations that bear a striking resemblance to organ pipes, crafted over millions of years through the forces of erosion. You’ll then ascend to the mountainous terrain once more, traversing roads meticulously maintained by the Forest Fire Defense Organization. Here, you'll be treated to breathtaking panoramic views before descending to our designated lunch spot in Oms. Recharge your energy at a cozy, local restaurant in the heart of this charming village. The swift descent to our next hotel will take you through a spellbinding forest. Afterwards, take some time to unwind by the hotel's pool before we shuttle to our dinner destination. There, you'll savor delectable seasonal market cuisine, thoughtfully blending tradition with innovation, and featuring flavors from both the region and beyond. Read More

Orgues d'Ille

Orgues d'Ille

Witness the one-of-a-kind rock formations of the Orgues d'Ille.

Bélesta to Céret - Approximately 37 miles | 62 km with 3,572 feet | 1,095 m

Day 7 Tackle the climb to Ares Pass in the Pyrenees and cross the border into Spain

Tackle the climb to Ares Pass in the Pyrenees and cross the border into Spain

Today you'll say au revoir to France and hola to Spain as you climb to the border through the stunning Pyrenees! You will first pass through Amélie-les-Bains-Palalda, renowned for its therapeutic thermal baths and steeped in a rich history dating back to Roman times. You'll then continue with a gentle ascent along the Tech Valley, tracing the course of the river that shares its name. Today's lunch will be in Prats-de-Mollo-la-Preste, surrounded by... Today you'll say au revoir to France and hola to Spain as you climb to the border through the stunning Pyrenees! You will first pass through Amélie-les-Bains-Palalda, renowned for its therapeutic thermal baths and steeped in a rich history dating back to Roman times. You'll then continue with a gentle ascent along the Tech Valley, tracing the course of the river that shares its name. Today's lunch will be in Prats-de-Mollo-la-Preste, surrounded by medieval fortifications that preserve its historic center. The imposing Fort Lagarde, a 17th-century fortress, once stood as a stalwart defender of the city during various conflicts. You'll have some time to explore the town and find some food to fuel your body before starting the most challenging climb of the trip to Ares Pass. After a short gravel section, you'll climb nearly seven miles (11 kilometers) at an average grade of 7.4% along a narrow, winding paved road, tackling switchback after switchback. Watch the breathtaking view unfold before your eyes as you reach the summit at almost 5,000 feet (1,513 meters). Congratulations - you made it to Spain! You will finally descend to Camprodon, a lovely village typical of northern Spain, where we'll spend the night. After a warm shower at the hotel, follow your guides' recommendations to find the best spot in town for your first Spanish meal. Read More

Ares Pass

Challenge yourself on the switchbacks of the Ares Pass climb and be rewarded with the views from the top.

Céret to Camprodon - Approximately 46 miles | 74 km with 6,234 feet | 1,900 m

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Rider Information

Rider Level: 4

Terrain: Hilly

The unpaved surfaces on our Provence to Girona Gravel Tour are rated as Advanced. You can expect a mixture of smooth dirt roads with sparse to moderate gravel as well as sections of loose, deeper gravel, singletrack and doubletrack. The support van cannot always follow on these sections, but will be posted up at strategic points along the route. We will go from the Mediterranean Sea to the Pyrennees mountains. The terrain is undulating with rolling hills along the coast and more hills as you venture inland, with Day 7 being the most mountainous with one big climb and descent. Provence to Girona Gravel is best suited for our Level 4 Riders with gravel or singletrack mountain biking experience. If you have gravel experience but are concerned about your physical ability to conquer the mileage and elevation, you may want to try our Domane+ electric-assist bike option.

Daily Average

47 miles | 74 kilometers

281 miles | 452 kilometers

3,122 feet | 952 meters

18,729 feet | 5,709 meters

This destination is best suited to guests who want to cycle every day. Because of the terrain and/or remoteness of the hotels and riding routes, there are few, if any, non-riding options available. If a non-rider wants to accompany a rider guest on this trip, they would need to spend many hours in the van and/or at the hotels on the trip. Due to this, we strongly discourage non-riders from this destination. As an alternative, call a Trek Travel Trip Consultant at 866-464-8735 for trip suggestions where more non-rider activities are available, such as:

  • Tuscany Gravel»
  • Swiss Alps Gravel»
  • Bentonville Gravel»
  • Costa Brava Bike Tour»
  • Provence Bike Tour»

non rider

Looking for a break from traffic and the usual routes? Our gravel rides are the perfect escape! While the amount of pavement varies from destination to destination, you can count on minimal traffic once you hit the dirt. And since you'll be off the beaten path, you may encounter fewer services - that's where our guides come in handy. They'll make sure you have everything you need, whether it's a flat tire fix or a local recommendation for the best post-ride treat. And with support from our team available on and off the bike, you'll have everything you need for a smooth and enjoyable ride - even through some of the bumps on the trail.

  • Fully guided and supported with two guides and one van minimum
  • Daily route options on a pre-loaded Garmin GPS
  • Additional guides and vehicles added dependent upon guest count and trip logistics

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Zenitude Relais & Spa – La Valadière

Situated in close proximity to Montpellier, this hotel provides an ideal setting for unwinding following a busy day. Its facilities encompass an indoor heated pool and an outdoor pool, along with spa treatments and sports recovery massages. The comfortable rooms ensure a tranquil night’s rest, allowing you to wake up refreshed and prepared for the day ahead. The hotel’s bar and restaurant area provides a wonderful space for gathering with family and friends.

Double bedroom with exposed brick wall and patio at Auberge de Val Mourèze

Auberge de Val Mourèze

Auberge de Val Mourèze is a charming boutique hotel, perfectly situated within the breathtaking Cirque de Mourèze. Relax by the heated outdoor pool, bask in the melodious birdsong, or gather with friends at the terrace bar for a well-deserved beer. The moment you step into your room, you’ll immediately appreciate why this hotel is renowned for its tranquility and serenity.

Outdoor pool and lounge area at Hotel du Mas

Nestled within a pine forest, Hotel du Mas exemplifies the quintessential charm of a Southern French residence, showcasing its vibrant facade. Adorned with beautifully decorated rooms in a Provençal style, the hotel offers a serene and authentic South of France experience, inviting you to relax and savor the tranquil ambiance. Savor a refreshing glass of pastis and unwind by the pool after a fulfilling day.

Outdoor patio and bar area with evening vista at Hotel Riberach

Domaine Riberach is truly unique. This eco-friendly haven is set within vineyards, offering delightful wines, charming accommodations, and a regional dining experience. Relax in rustic-chic rooms located in former wine tanks, explore the vineyards, unwind in the spa, and savor the tranquility of the Pyrenees.

Outdoor view of stone buildings of Mas de Trilles

Le Mas de Trilles

Constructed in 1377, the estate served a variety of functions throughout its history, ranging from a mill, farm, and even a brickyard. Today, this historic structure has been meticulously restored and reimagined into a stylish hotel. Christian and Christine will be happy to welcome you into their home. Enjoy some down time at the inviting swimming pool and make the most of the amenities available for your enjoyment.

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Hotel Edelweiss in Camprodón offers a comfortable stay in the Pyrenees with well-equipped rooms featuring heating, cable TV, and private balconies. It boasts free WiFi and cozy lounge areas, along with a breakfast buffet featuring local products. Ideally located for many outdoor activities, it’s surrounded by picturesque villages and Romanesque churches, making it a prime base for cycling and exploring the scenic and cultural richness of the area.

HOtel Nord outdoor pool and patio area

A beautiful modern take on Girona, Hotel Nord 1901 is a hotel built to embrace Girona’s rich culture and celebrate the incredible cycling the city has to offer. Combining the cultural influences of the old city, Hotel Nord 1901 is located right in the city center and even boasts its own onsite cycle-centric coffee bar to get that pre and post-ride espresso. Amenities include an indoor pool, spa treatments, proximity to great cycling routes and shopping, as well as sports recovery massage. ...

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This elegant and modern city hotel is situated in the tourist center and close to the old town center. The tastefully decorated rooms are filled with all the amenities needed to ensure a comfortable stay. You can take advantage of their professional spinning room and massage service, complete with ecological spa products. Hotel Ciutat de Girona has been the first hotel in the city to be awarded the sustainable tourism certification Biosphere Responsible Tourism and continues to make sustainable and ethical tourism a high priority while still maintaining a full commitment to attentive and authentic customer service. ...

Bikes & Gear

Trek Checkpoint SLR 7 Gravel bike

Ride with confidence on the best gravel bike in the business, featuring a high-performance frame designed to be nimble yet stable, and the smoothing effect of IsoSpeed technology. Shimano hydraulic disc brakes provide safe stopping, and with the electronic Shimano GRX Di2 drivetrain, you’re set for smooth shifting on any terrain. Enjoy all the bumps in the road with robust 45mm tubeless tires. The Checkpoint SLR 7 will take you on big adventures beyond the pavement.

Trek Domane+ SLR bike

Upgrade your experience on the Domane+ SLR 7. It has everything you love in a road bike, with the extra boost to take you farther than ever before. With an ultra-lightweight design and a whisper quiet electric assist motor, this performance e-road bike will assist you on the climbs and enable you to venture further. So go ahead—take the long way. With Domane+ SLR 7, there’s always room for more distance and more fun! Upgrade to the Domane+ SLR 7 on this trip for $399 (3-6 day trips) or $599 (7+ day trips). Available in limited quantities. See specific trip dates for available bike options.

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Trek Travel Guides

The World’s Best

From the moment you meet our guides, you'll understand the difference. You'll feel the genuine care they take to make your vacation perfect. From their expert support to sharing their favorite hidden spots, they tailor every moment to you.

Additional Gear

  • Trek Travel Santini cycling jersey to keep
  • Trek Travel water bottles to keep
  • Cinch sack day bag to keep
  • Bontrager saddle
  • Bontrager helmet
  • Bontrager front and rear Flare R lights
  • Garmin Edge 1030 GPS computer with pre-loaded routes
  • Shimano SPD mountain style pedals
  • A flat pack containing a tube, levers, and a CO2 cartridge with inflator
  • For the most comfortable ride, we recommend you bring your own saddle. If you prefer, you can bring your own pedals and helmet on the trip and our guides will install your gear on the first day during your bike fit.

A collage of cycling gear guests will use on a Trek Travel Classic Bike Tour.

Trip Inclusions

  • Eight nights of accommodation at handpicked hotels
  • Two experienced guides to provide local knowledge, support, and camaraderie
  • Daily route support with both guides and our support van
  • Daily breakfast, six lunches, and seven dinners
  • Two social hours of drinks and hors d'oeuvres
  • Ride With GPS Experience for your phone with daily itinerary and route navigation information

  • Up to three daily route options on riding days
  • Snacks and drinks for each day's ride
  • Entrance fees for all activities, private tours and events
  • All gratuities for drivers, local experts, and hospitality staff
  • All luggage transfers and transportation during your trip
  • A digital photo album of your trip

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  • Airfare and transportation to and from the trip pick-up/drop-off locations
  • Lodging before and after the trip
  • Personal items purchased during the trip
  • Optional activities not scheduled by Trek Travel
  • On select trips some meals are not included. On these trips, Trek Travel invites you to explore the local cuisine at your leisure.
  • Parking costs during the trip for personal vehicles

Guide Gratuities

Guide gratuities are customary and at your own discretion, to recognize service, hospitality, and the little extras that surprise and delight. For this Signature Gravel trip, we suggest a tip for your guides between $360-$450 per guest and, of course, you may choose to give more if your guides made your trip an unforgettable experience. While local currency is preferred, there are other options to make tipping easier. Most guides accept gratuity via PayPal or our staff can help before or after the trip. Gratuities will be divided among the guide team, so feel free to leave your gratuity with whomever you choose at the end of your trip.

Additional Details

Know Before You Go!

We want you to be fully prepared for your cycling vacation of a lifetime. This involves making sure that you choose the appropriate trip for you and that every aspect of your experience is flawless. Each Trek Travel trip is unique to ensure maximum enjoyment every time.

Your Trip Need to Knows:

  • Getting off the beaten path means there may be limited services during gravel rides. There may not be traditional restrooms available on some routes, but there will be plenty of trees.
  • On some rides, we may opt for a simple picnic-style lunch on the route or a more traditional cafe lunch at or near the end of the ride when we are back in town.
  • It’s important to keep in mind that service at restaurants can sometimes be slow in France, and Spanish dinners are served late, with reservations beginning at 8:00 pm. But don’t let that discourage you! This is all part of the experience and it only adds to the charm of dining in France and Spain. Embrace the culture, savor each bite, and enjoy the flavors that make French and Catalan cuisine so amazing!

Before and After Your Trip

Montpellier, France

Montpellier, a lively city in southern France, seamlessly blends medieval charm with youthful energy. Explore its historic architecture, vibrant squares like Place de la Comédie, and enjoy a dynamic cultural scene. With a Mediterranean climate and proximity to beautiful beaches, Montpellier offers a perfect blend of history and contemporary charm. We recommend the following accommodations for your pre-trip hotel:

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Where to Stay

Zenitude Relais & Spa La Valadière

Situated in close proximity to Montpellier, this hotel provides an ideal setting for unwinding following a busy day. Its facilities encompass an indoor heated pool and an outdoor pool, along with spa treatments and sports recovery massages. The comfortable rooms ensure a tranquil night's rest, allowing you to wake up refreshed and prepared for the day ahead. The hotel's bar and restaurant area provides a wonderful space for gathering with family and friends. Please note : This is our first hotel of the trip. www.zenitude-relais-spa.com

Domaine de Biar

Beautifully situated in the middle of nature a few steps from Montpellier, Domaine de Biar invites you to experience a blend of historic charm and modern luxury. This boutique hotel, set in a building from the 17th century, offers an elegant escape for discerning travelers. www.domainedebiar.com

Grand Hotel du Midi

Located at the heart of Montpellier, overlooking La Place de la Comédie, this century-old hotel has been renovated in 2015 and provides a comfortable stay. Classified as "Les Collectionneurs", this historically rich establishment is the perfect base for exploring Montpellier. www.grandhoteldumidimontpellier.com

Barcelona, Spain

The Catalonian capital of Barcelona boasts a beautiful coastline; a great diversity of culture, leisure, and shopping; creative, innovative gastronomy; and an avant-garde spirit. Be sure to check out some of the fantastic architecture and art of Antonio Gaudí, such as Sagrada Familia or Parc Guell. The Gothic quarter is the heart of Barcelona’s old town, with narrow cobblestone streets on which Picasso and Miró lived long ago. Las Ramblas is a long tree-lined shoppers’ paradise that leads to the sea. Be sure not to miss the fascinating Boqueria market for a slice of local life. We recommend the following accommodations for your post-trip hotel:

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Opened in 1994, Hotel Arts Barcelona has a unique location on the seafront in the city’s Olympic Village area. It’s the tallest building in Barcelona, with contemporary interiors and a showcase of a 20th century collection of specially commissioned works of Catalan and Spanish artists. www.hotelartsbarcelona.com

Casa Camper

A 19th century building converted into a cozy 25-room hotel. In the multicultural neighborhood of El Raval, just a few steps from the famous La Boqueria market, Casa Camper is the perfect location to indulge in Barcelona’s vibrant nightlife. You can do this actively by using one of the Casa Camper's bicycles, or by enjoying the spectacular view across the city from the rooftop terrace. www.casacamper.com

Nobu Hotel Barcelona

The stylish hip and luxurious hotel luxury hotel is located close to the charming neighbourhood of Eixample giving guests a genuinely Catalan feel of the city. Naturally organic materials blended with refined Japanese nuances craft this urban respite while capturing the vibrant energy and colorful character of Barcelona. www.barcelona.nobuhotels.com

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Packing and Weather

In the Spring months near the Mediterranean Sea, you can expect variable temperatures ranging from 50-70º F (10-21℃). When traveling in the mountainous regions of France and Spain, it is best to be prepared for variable conditions, as weather can change very quickly, and there is always the chance of wind, snow, and rain. We recommend always traveling with rain gear, as well as plenty of breathable layers to provide warmth should the temperature drop at any point during the cycling tour in the Pyrenees. View our Packing List

Ready to book?

To reserve your space on a trip, you can either call us at 866-464-8735 to speak with an expert Trip Consultant or book online any time by clicking the “BOOK THIS TRIP” icon near the upper right of each destination’s overview page.* Once you have submitted your reservation online, a Trip Consultant will contact you within one business day to answer any questions you may have and to confirm space, bike, and room availability on your desired trip. Your booking will be finalized once your no-risk deposit is paid. If you make a reservation more than 90 days prior to the trip, a $750 no risk deposit is due at the time of booking.** If you reserve your trip less than 90 days prior to the departure, the full balance is due at the time of booking. Once your booking is complete you will receive an email confirmation with important information pertaining to your trip.

*Please note that select trips cannot be booked online at this time. For those trips, please call a trip consultant at 866-464-8735.

**Deposit amounts vary for all Race, Cross Country, Special Edition, Ride Camp, Discover, and Self-Guided tours. Please confirm deposit amounts for all trips with your Trip Consultant at time of booking.

What happens once I book?

When a trip is booked, a guest confirmation email is immediately sent out. One week prior to the trip start, you’ll receive an email containing your trip start meeting location reminder and any last-minute information that you’ll need to know. You will also receive instructions to download the Ride with GPS app before your trip to provide you the day to day plan and daily route guides.

Guaranteed to run

With one person booked on a date, the trip becomes guaranteed.*

In the case where trips are at one or two guests, we will contact you prior to final payment to give you the following options:

Pay a small trip fee of $500 per person for two guests or $1000 for one guest, which ensures your preferred trip date will run. If there are three or more guests before departure date, the fee will be refunded in full.

Switch to a different trip or different departure date. Should there be any difference in trip price between your original trip and the new one, you will be expected to pay the difference, or we will refund you accordingly.

Offer only valid if Trek Travel contacts a guest to discuss these specific options. Bike trips with fewer than three guests may operate with only one guide. The guide will support all rides with a Trek Travel van. If you would like to discuss the option of having two guides, please speak with your trip consultant.

The small trip supplement for Ride Camps is as follows – for two guests an additional $250 or for one guest an additional $500.

*Cross Country, Discover, Race, and Special Edition trips as well as a small number of select departures have a minimum guest count to guarantee. Please check with your Trip Consultant for more information.

Unforeseen events may make it necessary to cancel or modify a trip. Our Guest Services team will update you with any changes. We reserve the right to cancel departures in cases of force majeure or the failure of third parties—such as hotels—to honor their reservations, in which case all payments received to date will be refunded, which constitutes full settlement. Trek Travel is not responsible for expenses incurred in preparation for any canceled trips, such as airline tickets, or for costs that are incurred due to travel delays, flight cancellations, or illness. We strongly encourage Travel Protection for complete coverage.

What if I have to cancel my trip?

We understand things happen in life and sometimes you have to cancel or change your tour.

Read our Cancellation Policy

Our Trip Consultants are available to assist and can answer your questions. Please call us at 866-464-8735.

Travel Protection

Trek Travel recommends that you purchase a travel protection plan to help safeguard you and your travel investment against the unexpected. We offer a travel protection plan through Arch RoamRight that provides coverage for unforeseen events that could affect your ability to travel with us. Learn more about our Travel Protection

Travel Services

We've collaborated with a specialized travel agency committed to delivering tailored vacation planning, ensuring your entire Trek Travel journey is nothing short of unforgettable. Learn more about our Travel Services

Sharing the joy that comes with wow moments

Trek Travel guides are dedicated to making moments that last a lifetime, and we invite you to thank them with a trip gratuity. These are customary and at your own discretion, to recognize service, hospitality, and the little extras that surprise and delight. For this Signature Gravel trip, we recommend $360-$450 per guest and, of course, you may choose to give more if your guides made your trip an unforgettable experience.

Like everything else about your vacation, the Trek Travel team is here to make this experience easier for you. While local currency is preferred, you may also tip through the following options:

Via PayPal (please have this account set up in advance when possible) or with your guest services representative on the phone before or after the trip.

Gratuities will be divided among the guide team, so feel free to leave your gratuity with whomever you choose at the end of your trip.

You cannot put a price on a wow . But you can show your thanks for an exceptional experience.

General Gravel FAQs

Didn't find what you were looking for? Check out our General FAQs section. You will find answers to the most common questions that don't necessarily pertain to a specific trip. See Gravel FAQs

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Guaranteed trips.

Our trips are guaranteed to run once we have one confirmed booking on the trip.  Click here to view our full guarantee policy .

Trek Travel reserves the right to cancel trips with zero guests, therefore you must book with Trek Travel before making travel arrangements for the trip. We are not responsible for travel arrangements made prior to confirming your Trek Travel Trip. Select trips are not guaranteed.

Sold Out/Waitlist

This trip is currently sold out, but you may be added to the waitlist in the case of availability.

If a date is marked with Limited Availability, there are few spots left to book. We will secure additional rooms from our hotels before confirming your reservation.

Looking to travel with a small group? Ask our trip consultants about private trips and learn more .

What are your trip styles?

Classic - reserve:.

Savor the finer things as you relax in luxurious 5-star accommodations and wine, dine, and ride in some of the most unforgettable destinations around the world.

Classic - Signature:

Explore beautiful destinations by bike, enjoy extra inclusions, savor delicious local cuisine, and enjoy the perfect mix of accommodations.

Classic - Discovor:

Enjoy a casual cycling vacation with fantastic routes and comfortable accommodations.

Train like the pros in some of their favorite riding destinations.

See the pros in action at the biggest cycling events of the year.

Cross Country:

Tackle an epic adventure that takes you point-to-point across mountains, countryside, and more.

Self-Guided

Enjoy a bike tour on your schedule with just your chosen travel companions.

If a date is marked as Private, it is reserved for a private group.

Looking to travel with a small group or looking for a custom date? Call our trip consultants at 866-464-8735

What is the Difference?

Ultimate luxury:.

Savor some of the most spectacular, 5-star properties in the world. Exuding luxury and elegance, these one-of-a-kind accommodations offer the chance to rejuvenate at award-winning spas, dine at Michelin-starred restaurants, and more.

Enjoy luxurious accommodations handpicked for a refined experience. From signature spa treatments to delicious local cuisine, you’ll be more than provided for; you’ll be pampered.

These handpicked hotels provide relaxation and fun in a casual and comfortable environment. Delicious cuisine and great service mix perfectly for a memorable stay.

On select cycling vacations, you’ll stay at a mix of hotel levels, from Explorer to Luxury to Ultimate Luxury. Rest assured, no matter which level of hotel you’re at, our trip designers carefully select every accommodation.

Road : 1-3 hours of riding. Up to 25 mi (40 km). Up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Gravel: 1-3 hours of riding. Up to 20 mi (35 km). Up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Hiking: 1-3 hours of hiking. Up to 5 mi (8 km). Up to 1,000 ft (300 m).

Road : 2-4 hours of riding. 20-35 mi (35-60 km). Up to 2,500 ft (750 m).

Gravel: 2-4 hours of riding. 15-30 mi (25-45 km). Up to 2,000 ft (300 m).

Hiking: 2-4 hours of hiking. 4-8 mi (6-12 km). Up to 1,500 ft (450 m).

Road : 3-5 hours of riding. 25-55 mi (40-85 km). Up to 4,500 ft (1,500 m).

Gravel: 3-5 hours of riding. 20-40 mi (35-60 km). Up to 3,000 ft (900 m).

Hiking: 3-5 hours of hiking. 6-10 mi (9-16 km). Up to 2,000 ft (600 m).

Road : 4+ hours of riding. 40-70 mi (60-110 km). Up to 8,000 ft (2,400 m).

Gravel:  4+ hours of riding. 30-50 mi (45-80 km). Up to 4,000 ft (1,200 m).

Hiking: 4+ hours of hiking. 7-15 mi (11-24 km). Up to 4,000 ft (1,200 m).

Classic - Discover:

Single occupancy.

Sometimes it’s more convenient and comfortable to have your own room while on vacation. We understand and that’s why we offer a Single Occupancy option. The additional price guarantees a private room all to yourself

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SPORTFUL PRESENTS THE ORBEA GRAVEL RIDE TOUR GIRONA JERSEY

SPORTFUL PRESENTS THE ORBEA GRAVEL RIDE TOUR GIRONA JERSEY The prestigious Italian textile brand will once again be equipping cyclists for the last big event of the season, the Orbea Gravel Ride Tour Girona. On 25 September 2022, Girona will host the Orbea Gravel Ride Tour – a 78-km circular route around the outskirts of the city with 770 metres of elevation gain and no technical difficulties – for which all cyclists will be provided with a top quality jersey. Sportful returns as Official Sponsor of the Gravel Ride Girona, one of the sporting events of the Sea Otter Europe

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