Pyrenees - Selfguided

The perfect combination of a weekend city break and an unforgetable motorcycle week is in Barcelona and the Pyrenees at your disposal.


Price per rider with own motorcycle €990.00 $1,101.33 ?
Price per pillion €450.00 $500.61 ?
Single room (surcharge) €300.00 $333.74 ?
Rental motorcycle: BMW F700GS (surcharge) €570.00 $634.10 ?
Rental motorcycle: BMW F800GS, BMW F800GS ADVENTURE (surcharge) €630.00 $700.85 ?
Rental motorcycle: BMW R1200GS, BMW R1200GS ADVENTURE (surcharge) €720.00 $800.97 ?
Rental motorcycle: BMW R1200R (surcharge) €720.00 $800.97 ?
Rental motorcycle: BMW R1200RT (surcharge) €870.00 $967.84 ?


Rental motorcycle incl. comprehensive insurance
GPS with daily routes
Overnight stays in good 3* - 4* hotels
Information package / map material
Not included features
Flight, fuel

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Start/end: Barcelona
Duration: 8 days, 6 driving days
Route profile: many curves, mountain and panoramic roads
Accommodation: good 3* to 4* hotels
Highlight: Tour dependent
The motorcycle is fully comprehensively insured with € 2.000,- excess. With the VIP insurance for € 20,- (€ 30,00 for the XR model) per rental day the excess can be reduced to € 350,-.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

It couldn't be easier - you come to Barcelona and we will be waiting for you at the airport, bring you to the hotel and you´ll enjoy this marvolouse cultural capital.

After the days in the city you will be enjoying sun, sea and the magnificent mountain and coastal roads of the motorcycle paradise that is Catalonia, you will receive an extensive information package and comprehensive route map of the tour and we will organize 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.

Barcelona, the cultural metropolis at the mediterranean

Set on a plain rising gently from the sea to a range of wooded hills, Barcelona is Spain's most cosmopolitan city and one of the Mediterranean's busiest ports. Restaurants, bars and clubs are always packed, as is the seaside in summer. The city's avant-garde chefs whip up a storm that has even the French reaching for superlatives.

You might get the impression it's dedicated exclusively to hedonism, but it's a hard-working, dynamic place hoping to place itself in the vanguard of 21st-century Europe.

It regards its long past with pride. From Roman town it passed to medieval trade juggernaut, and its old centre constitutes one of the greatest concentrations of Gothic architecture in Europe. Beyond this core are some of the world's more bizarre buildings: surreal spectacles capped by Antoni Gaudí's Sagrada Família church.

Barcelona has been breaking ground in art, architecture and style since the late 19th century. From the marvels of Modernisme to the modern wonders of today, from Picasso to the likes of Susana Solano, the racing heart of Barcelona has barely skipped a beat.

Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, a region with its own language, character and history – many Catalans think of their home as a separate country. The city itself could keep you occupied for weeks but just outside it are sandy beaches, Sitges and the Montserrat mountain range - so be sure to make time for a few day trips during your stay.


Day 1 Arrival to Barcelona

Arrival to Barcelona and Airport and check in at the hotel in the city of Barcelona.

Day 2 Barcelona - Puigcerda

First day of the journey will be challenging but rewarding, because we cross the catalonian countryside towards Montseny mountains, a sleeper among the local riders. After lunch we continue through curvy, pleasant streets towards the first peaks of the Pyrenees. We stay overnight in the friendly Puigcerda, just around the corner of Andorra.

Day 3 Puigcerda - Viehla

In the heart of the Pyrenees we really start to feel the riders blood in our veins. We cross several mountain passes between 2000 and 2400 meters and reach the tax-free shopper´s paradise of Andorra. We ride on through the most beautiful landscapes and mountain villages as we cross the National Park of the Aran Valley before we reach Vielha.

Day 4 Vielha - Jaca

Back on the saddle, we will travel west on french territory through gorges, tunnels, and along wild rivers. On twisting roads we enter Spain again to reach the wonderful old village of Jaca.

Day 5 Jaca - Monte Perdido - Jaca

In the morning we search for the holy grail that is meant to remain in the San Juan Monastery, before the Monte Perdido National Park takes our breath away. The spectacular track through the Monte Perdido is a highlight in every motorcycle tour in this area.

Day 6 Jaca - Peramola

We leave Jaca and head east. Today is one of the most exciting days of the journey - endless curves through mountain passes like the the Coll Nargó will bring us to Peramola, one of the top resorts around.

Day 7 Peramola - Barcelona

On the last riding day we leave the Pyrenees and enjoy the smooth country road that takes us to the Montserrat Monastery with its bizarre rock formations, from where we see Barcelona already.

Day 8 Return journey

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