Join us on a new Innbike Tour!
|per rider in shared twin/double room (Booking a double room is only possible for a booking incl. 2 persons. If you are a single participant, please also choose the single room or the option "half shared twin/double room".)||€2,390.00 $2,658.77 ?|
|per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room (pillion passengers can only book together with a rider.)||€2,390.00 $2,658.77 ?|
|per person single room (surcharge - for single participants booking is only possible incl. single room or as option "half shared twin/double room").||€490.00 $545.10 ?|
|per person "half shared twin/double room" option (If you are a single participant and do not wish to choose a single room, you can chose to this "half shared twin/double room" option: You book incl. single room surcharge. If it will be possible to occupy a double room with you and another participant of the same sex up to 4 weeks prior to departure, the surcharge for a single room will be cancelled or refunded immediately. The availability of the option "half shared twin/double room" can not be guaranteed.)||€490.00 $545.10 ?|
|15 Nights stays with half board (breakfast and multi-course dinner)|
|15 guided motorcycle tours|
|Daily stages approx. 150 - 450 km|
|Escort vehicle for luggage transport|
|Road map with tour description|
|Experienced tour guide|
|Travel security note|
|Fuel, drinks, lunch, café breaks, tips, toll fees|
|utensils for personal use|
|Everything that is not specified under Benefits|
|START/END: Lörrach - Black Forest|
|TOURDAUER: 16 days incl. arrival and departure|
|TOTAL KM: approx. 4500|
|ROUTE PROFILE: mostly well developed little frequented, very winding country road, passes|
|DIFFICULTY: good motorcycle experience necessary, good condition required, many narrow and winding country roads, high passes; not suitable for beginners and chopper riders.|
|GROUP SIZE: max. 8 motorcycles per group (max. 2 groups) minimum 8 participants|
|Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.|
Under the motto "We'll go away for a change", in 2020 we will once again follow the trend of a pilgrimage on the Way of St. James. The Pilgrim's Way to Santiago (Spanish: Camino de Santiago) refers to the pilgrimage to the alleged tomb of the apostle James in Santiago de Compostela in Galicia. The Camino Francés, the main high medieval traffic route in northern Spain, stretches from the Pyrenees to the tomb of St James and connects the cities of Pamplona, Estella, Burgos and Leon. The origins of this route date back to the first half of the 11th century. A new, contemporary variant is the pilgrimage as "Motogrino" with the motorcycle. Our planned route runs through France and Northern Spain to Santiago de Compostela via selected routes. People come from all over the world to get to know this place. Join us on this extraordinary motorcycle tour!
Day1: Individual arrival
Individual journey to the meeting point in our starting hotel near Lörrach at the German/Swiss border. Check-in until 18:00. Afterwards get to know each other and have dinner.
Day2: First stage of arrival to our intermediate hotel near Lyon
Until this stage we will cover a large part of the stretch on the motorway.
Day 3: From Lyon to Millau (approx. 350 km)
The second intermediate stage takes us through the French Massif Central to the Millau area. We cross the beautiful Rhone valley. Via narrow winding country roads we then go up to the plateaus of the French Massif Central. Passing the famous bridge of Millau we reach our hotel.
Day 4:From Millau Prullanes (about 392 km)
Today's stage takes us through the endless expanses of the Chevennes to Carcasonne, where a short detour to the famous castle of Carcassonne is a must. Across the oriental Pyrenees we now tour to our hotel in Prullans.
Day 5 Prullanes to Jaca (approx. 320 km)
Today we ride through the southern Pyrenees on small roads to Jaca. Jaca is also known as the "Pearl of the Pyrenees".
It is an important station on the Camino de Santiago. In Jaca you should visit the citadel, a protected monument and a fine example of 16th century military architecture. Built on a plain, the citadel has a pentagonal ground plan of large dimensions and is surrounded by a moat.
Day 6: From Jaca to Burgos (approx. 250 km)
Burgos, the capital of the province of the same name, the autonomous Spanish community of Castile-Leon, is characterised by its intact medieval architecture. The most famous landmark is the cathedral, built in the French Gothic style, dedicated to Saint Mary. Inside the church are the Capilla del Condestable, decorated with statues of saints, and the tomb of El Cid (Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar), an 11th century military leader.
Day 7: From Burgos through Castile to Leon (approx. 290 km)
We leave Burgos further in western direction via small routes through Castile to our next overnight stay in Leon. The Gothic cathedral and the Basilica of San Isidoro welcome us from afar. Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Leon.
Day 8: From Leon via Torre Del Bierzo to Santiago de Compostela (approx. 270 km)
Today we will reach "Santiago de Compostela", the city of Saint James. Here we have our hotel for the next 2 nights.
Day 9: Santiago de Compostela - sightseeing program and free time
a guided tour of the city with a German-speaking tour guide and a visit to the cathedral is planned for today. The goal of all visitors to Santiago de Compostela is the Plaza del Obradoiro, surrounded by stately buildings, on whose eastern side the cathedral rises. The Plaza is one of the most impressive and best preserved squares in Spain.
Day 10: From Santiago de Compostella via Lugo to the Cangas de Onis area (approx. 400 km)
Today begins the first stage of our return journey towards the Basque Country. The stage runs on small roads to our next destination at the Cantabrian Sea.
Day 11: Cangas de Onis along the Atlantic Ocean to the Bay of Biscay to Durango (approx. 260 km)
Today our way leads us through the northernmost part of Spain. We ride along the Bay of Biscay and then reach our next destination in Durango.
Day 12: Durango via San Sebastián to Lourdes (approx. 350 km)
Passing San Sebastián we continue in northeast direction to the area Lourdes for the next overnight stay.
Day 13: From Lourdes via Gorges du Tarn to Millau (approx. 340 km)
From Lourdes in a westerly direction we return to the Grands Causses Nature Park in Millau.
Day 14: From Millau through the Chevennes National Park to Macon (approx. 453 km)
Our penultimate leg to Macon runs through the Chevennes National Park towards Le Puy.
Day 15: Macon -Lörrach After breakfast we start our journey home to Lörrach. (approx. 360 km)
At a last dinner together we will review the impressions of our journey together.
Day 16: Individual journey home