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CAMINO DE SANTIAGO – August 26th to September 3td


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    Join our bicycle tour across northern Spain and you too will discover the magic of the Camino de Santiago.The ancient pilgrimage route along the Camino de Santiago is a quintessential example of how cycling provides a great way to slow down to see the world. Along the way you’ll explore Gothic cathedrals, visit medieval monasteries, pedal through one of Spain’s premier wine growing regions – the Rioja – and encounter adventurous travelers from around the world. More than just a bicycle tour, this is an adventure of a lifetime. We’ll view some of the pilgrimage’s most noted sites, including the Puerta del Perdón, the Cruz de Ferro (Iron Cross), a Benedictine monastery in Samos, and the Catedral de Santiago. The best thing about this trip is we bike from start to finish with no driving by car or van, meaning you truly bike from Roncisvalle to Santiago



    Tour By Day

    Day 1: friday August 26th 2016

    Meet in Pamplona, then we’ll shuttle to Roncesvalles. There, we’ll fit bicycles, visit the 13th-century monastery that is the traditional starting point for the Camino, and pick up our pilgrims’ passports. This evening we’ll celebrate with a welcome dinner at our hotel.

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    Day 2: saturday August 27th 2016

    Roncesvalles to Puente La Reina

    Our journey begins with a downhill ride from Roncesvalles following the Iratí River. Along the way, we’ll visit the 12th-century Church of Santa María Eunate. Our hotel tonight is in Puente la Reina, where all the pilgrim’s routes from France become one.

    • Distance: 76 km

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    Day 3: Sunday August 28th 2016

    Puente La Reina to Laguardia

    This morning we’ll head across the Rio Salado before reaching medieval Estella. From there, we’ll head through farmlands and vineyards on the way to our hotel in the walled town of Laguardia. There we’ll visit one of the oldest and smallest wineries in Spain, where we’ll enjoy a wine tasting, before dinner together.

    • Distance: 84 km

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    Day 4: Monday August 29th 2016

    Laguardia to Burgos

    Our tour leads us to one of Spain’s most important wine-producing areas, the Rioja Alta. Along the way, our route passes through the 16th-century town of Haro. Then, it’s back to the Camino and on to Santo Domingo de la Calzada. You will enjoy a beautiful ride today as we cross the Oca Hills to the ancient city of Burgos, home of Spain’s favorite son, El Cid.

    • Distance: 130 km

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    Day 5: Tuesday August 30th 2016

    Burgos to Carrion de los Condes

    This morning we head across the rolling plains of the meseta to Castrojeriz, where the Camino runs right through the ruins of the Church of St. Anton. We’ll finish today’s ride in Carrión de los Condes where we’ll spend the night in a refurbished monastery.

    • Distance: 98 km

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    Day 6: Wednesday August 31st 2016

    Sahugun to Leon

    Passing through one of the most famous stops on the Camino, in Sahagún, we’ll pedal our way to León today. A former capital of Spain, León is famous for its cathedral and the Basílica de San Isidoro

    • Distance: 107 km

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    Day 7: Thursday September 1st 2016

    Leon to Cacabelos

    Our destination in themorning is Astorga, home of the 15th-century cathedral and neo-Gothic palace designed by the famous Catalan architect Antonio Gaudí. Leaving Astorga, we head toward the hills that separate the provinces of León and Galicia. As we pass through tiny hamlets and monuments untouched since early Christianity, it’s easy to imagine the awe that original pilgrims making this trek must have felt. By mid-afternoon, we’ll arrive at our destination in Cacabelos.

    • Distance: 130 km

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    Day 8: Friday September 2nd 2016

    Cacabelos to Portomarin

    We head into the green fields of Galicia today. On the way, you’ll pass through the old Camino town of Villafranca del Bierzo, founded by French pilgrims as a place of absolution for those too weak to continue their pilgrimage.

    • Distance: 100 km

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    Day 9: Saturday September 3td 2016

    Portomarin to Santiago de Compostela

    One of the prettiest rides on the tour awaits you today as we meander along forgotten country roads through the beautiful Galician countryside. Rolling hills and green pastures lead us to our destination. Today’s ride is a fitting end to the Camino, as we pedal along rural roads through woodlands and pastures to Santiago. Once in town, you’ll have time to look around the famous Cathedral of St. James that forms the city’s heart.

    • Distance: 110 km

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    Day 10: Sunday September 4th 2016

    Santiago de Compostela

    Last day of our trip to Santiago de Compostela. We’ll have time to visit the city in the morning and ready to go to the Santiago airport with a baggage full of mystic experience!

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    The best of the Camino de Santiago lodging

    • Comfortable lodging in 3-4 star hotels located in or near the town square

    • Activities

      • Superb tour leaders who are great fun and also bilingual, bicultural experts, and avid cyclists. They’re experienced to help you navigate confidently on and off the road.
      • Full van support to carry luggage – and tired cyclists, too!
      • All breakfast,lunches (on the road) and dinners
      • Water, fruits, snacks etc..
      • Shuttle from Pamplona Airport to Roncesvalles
      • Special events like wine tastings, cultural visits and chocolatiers as described in the trip itinerary.
    • Lodging

      9 nights in 3-4 stars hotel

    • Dining

      Breakfast, Lunches on the road, Dinners

    • Support

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    • Not Included

      • Transportation to and from the bicycling tour including airfare, or train travel. (but BBT is available to reserve the best airfare for you, if needed)
      • Gratuites for BBT guides  

Additional information

Jersey Sizes

XS, S, M, L, XL

Rooming Preference

Double occupancy (Double bed), Double occupancy (Twin beds), Double occupancy (Twin share), Single occupancy (+250€)

Rent Bike?

No, thanks I bring my own bike, Carbon Speed Bike (+250€)

Bike Size

Small, Medium, Large


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