Andalusia - Selfguided motorbike tour

If you prefer the tranquillity and freedom of a self-guided tour and want to discover the beauty of Andalusia at your own pace, then you can do one of your Andalusia tours without a tour guide.

Pricing

Price
per rider in shared twin/double room with own motorbike: €790.00
per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room : €450.00
per person single room (surcharge) €250.00
Rental motorcycle BMW F700GS (surcharge) €570.00
Rental motorcycle BMW F800GS, BMW F800GS ADVENTURE (surcharge) €630.00
Rental motorcycle BMW R1200GS, BMW R1200GS ADVENTURE (surcharge) €720.00
Rental motorcycle BMW R1200R (surcharge) €720.00
Rental motorcycle BMW R1200RT (surcharge) €870.00

Features

Features
Rental motorcycle incl. comprehensive insurance
GPS with daily routes
Overnight stays in good 3* - 4* hotels
Breakfast
Airport transfers
Infopaket / Kartenmaterial
Not included features
Flight, fuel

More details

More details
Start/end: Malaga
Duration: 8 days, 6 riding days
Route profile: many curves, mountain and panoramic roads
Accommodation: Good 3* to 4* hotels
Highlight: Tour dependent (see Classic / Special Route)
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

You will receive an extensive information package and comprehensive route map of the tour and we will organise the hotels for you.

Of course, you will always have a direct contact line to Hispania-Tours.

We will organise the logistics and everything else you need to have an unforgettable riding experience, so all you have to do is concentrate on enjoying the open road. experience.

Classic Tour:

Day 1: Arrival in Malaga

Arrival at Malaga airport and transfer to the hotel. Introductions over dinner with Spanish wine while giving us an opportunity to discuss our tour.

Day 2: Malaga – Ronda

We start off on the Costa del Sol heading towards Ronda riding up to the El Chorro gorge on long-drawn winding roads in the Sierra de las Nieves. The town of Ronda is situated on a rock plateau and is split in two parts by a 160 m deep canyon. Ronda is also famous for Spain's oldest bullring which we will, of course, visit.

Day 3: Ronda - Tarifa - Conil

To the south of Ronda there are numerous small mountain chains offering an ever changing, spectacular landscape and roads that are simply made for our motorbikes. Bend after bend on asphalt surfaces for perfect bike control we experience spectacular views such as the Rock of Gibraltar, famous for its monkeys. Here we stop on a road offering panoramic views into Morocco which lies only a few kilometres away. We then ride along the Atlantic coast heading for Conil de la Frontera.

Day 4: Conil – Jerez – Arcos

We make our way to Jerez de la Frontera, the home of the world-famous sherry (Jerez wine), giving us the opportunity to visit a bodega and sample some of the excellent wines. Jerez is not only famous for its sherry but also for its noble thoroughbred horses. Arcos de la Frontera with its unusual backdrop on a rock ridge situated 160 m above the river Guadalete is considered to be one of the most beautiful white villages in Andalusia.

Day 5: Arcos – Antequera

Today, our route leads to Antequera, riding through wild mountainous countryside and canyons in the Sierra Margarita and the natural wonder of El Torcal, famous for its unusual and unique limestone formations. You will marvel at the stone sculptures created by nature along the spectacular road to El Torcal.

Day 6: Antequera - Granada

Although today's program is dominated by a visit to the Alhambra, one of the most important of Spain's cultural heritage sites, we still make sure we get our fair share of biking pleasure. Our route takes us over beautiful mountain passes, through olive groves, past poppy fields and lakes before approaching the high plateau of Granada.

Day 7: Granada - Malaga

We leave Granada in order to fully enjoy the magnificent region of the Alpujarras. We take a break in the town of Guadix which is of particular interest because almost half the population lives in houses underground. The trip continues through the Sierra Nevada and the unique scenery of the Alpujarras to the highest villages in Spain. Away from the traffic with the Mediterranean Sea in sight we start our descent along the steep winding roads to our starting point of the tour.

Day 8: Return journey

Note: We reserve the right to make minor changes to the tour.

Especial Tour:

Day 1: Arrival in Malaga

Arrival at Malaga airport and transfer to the hotel. Introductions over dinner with Spanish wine while giving us an opportunity to discuss our tour.

Day 2: Malaga – Cabo de Gata

Along the coastal road we warm up our motorbikes before we enjoy the first stretch of bends on this tour as we head through the foothills of the Sierra Nevada. The winding roads continue through the Sierra de Gator. Magnificent views of the Mediterranean accompany us on our way to the Cabo de Gata nature reserve.

Day 3: Rodalquilar – Las Menas

From Cabo de Gata the tour takes us along the coast to Mojácar where we take a break in this fascinating town. And we could well use this break as the Sierra de los Filabres lies ahead. This mountain range is not particularly vast, it is also not particularly high and it is not even particularly spectacular – but it offers endless winding roads making it a motorcycling paradise!

Day 4: Las Menas – Cazorla

Through a valley plain we ride north to the Sierras around Cazorla and Segura, where unique landscapes, incredible stretches of road and endless biking pleasure await us. We will witness past ages when we drop by the remains of settlements built by the Romans and Phoenicians who once inhabited this region.

Day 5: Cazorla – Round trip Sierra Segura

On our tour of the Sierras of Cazorla, Segura and Castril we relish the magnificent mountain passes and enjoy the stunning views of this imposing mountain world. With a little luck we may even have the chance to watch vultures on their landing approach in the canyon of El Chorro. This region is also home to eagles and ibex.

Day 6: Cazorla – Granada

Along the Sierra Pozo and the Rio Fardes we head for Granada. Rising before the phenomenal backdrop of the Sierra Nevada is the incomparable Alhambra – the only Islamic palace complex to be preserved in its entirety – where we will spend the afternoon. In the evening we will join the hustle and bustle of Granada, visiting some of the innumerable bars to sample delicious tapas, cool cerveza, vino and fino in this fascinating city.

Day 7: Granada – Sierra Nevada – Malaga

Our final touring day leads us into and around the Sierra Nevada. You will rarely come across such diversity and extremes in the landscape: Snow at an altitude of 3,400 m, in spring a sea of blossoming almond trees, large vineyards and fields on the southern slopes and plains accompanied time and time again by the magnificent panoramic view over the deep-blue Mediterranean Sea.

Day 8: Return journey

Note: We reserve the right to make minor changes to the tour.