- If you decide to cancel your trip, you must notify us by email ASAP.
The following cancellation penalty scale shall be applied and charged:
- Between 29 & 15 days before trip, the client shall pay 40%.
- Between 14 & 8 days before trip, the client shall pay 80%.
- Less than 8 days notice, the client shall pay 100% of the total price.
For all tours, we have endeavoured to offer the highest comfort possible and hence we have carefully selected accommodation options.
These include: Paradores nacionales (lodging in historic buildings), rural hotels 2*/3*/4*, charming rural houses or farmsteads and high-grade B&Bs.
On the first day you’ll be supplied with all of the information you’ll need to complete the route:
- Maps to a scale of 1:50.000 and detailed maps to direct you the places where we’ll be spending each night.
- Route notes with kilometres pin-pointed and location references.
- A day by day guide-booklet describing the route.
- A guide to the natural resourses, cultural artefacts and gastronomic delights of the places we’ll discover on our route.
All of the information will be in English and Spanish.
It goes without saying that we have bicycles for children and ones with kiddie seats bearing a 25 kg load. We have tours that are ideal for adults travelling with children.
- Children under 5 sharing a room with 2 adults have a discount of 80%.
- Children under 12 sharing a room with 2 adults have a discount of 40%.
- Children under 15 sharing a room with 2 adults have a discount of 25%.
These two cities are connected with many European cities as well as the rest of Spain. The airports in both cities are quite close to the centre and are serviced by ample public transport.
Countries and cities with flights to Alicante:
Countries and cities with flights to Valencia:
How to get to Biar
How to get to Sax
How to get Xàtiva
The routes have been designed to take advantage, as far as possible, of downhill slopes along valleys that start in the interior and wind their way towards coastal plains and the sea. The routes hence do not demand a high level of fitness; notwithstanding this, we have different alternatives that can either shorten or lengthen a day’s ride.
5 levels of difficulty have been devised:
- Level 1: Routes on generally flat terrain including easy downhill rides on smooth slopes. Ideal for bike riders of all ages.
- Level 2: Routes on mostly flat terrain but with some short stretches involving easy uphill pedalling on smooth slopes. Suitable for most riders and ages.
- Level 3: Routes that are longer and which contain some short stretches involving uphill pedalling of low to moderate difficulty. These routes are recommended for people who may not be regular cyclists but which nonetheless have an acceptable level of physical fitness.
- Level 4: This level differs from the preceding one in that it contains longer stretches in kilometres. It is recommended for regular cyclists or people with a quite good level of fitness.
- Level 5: these are difficult routes because they are longer distances. They are also quite hilly. I only recommend this level to you if you are a cyclist with an excellent level of fitness.