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  • Spain
  • Road
Intermediate level
7 days / 1400 Km
Starting Price: 1.500,00€

general information

This motorbike trip has a stationary character There are six planned trips around the place that end with returning to the same hotel each time. It is the perfect formula for an active holiday in the form of a motorcycle vacation, because you ride “lightly” and leave your luggage in a comfortable hotel room from where you do not have to move it anywhere.  Our guests are accommodated in double rooms in Port Europa, Calpe, the high-standard hotel on the seafront. We use our fleet of new Yamaha motorcycles for riding. Each trip is led by an experienced guide.

You should bring your own necesarry motorcycle clothing


DAY 1.

We leave Calpe and head to Cumbre del Sol where we ascend to the highest point in the area from where there is a beautiful panorama. We then descend and drive towards Javea, where we will visit a beautiful beach in a picturesque cove surrounded by cliffs. We will then visit the surrounding cape with views of the sea and the coast. With good visibility, we will also have the chance to see Ibiza. We will then relax by the sea in a cafe listening to the sound of the waves. After a short break, we will continue to the Pego area, where rice fields stretch beside the road. The return route takes us right past the rock of Ifach – a huge rock standing at the junction of the sea and the town.

Route length – 150 km

Riding time – 4.5 hours + breaks

DAY 2.

We leave Calpe and head north to Valencia, where we will see:

Serrano Towers – to this day, in the metropolis have survived two towers, Serrano and de Quart. Serranos Towers is the best preserved monument in Valencia. It was built at the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries, mainly for defensive purposes.

The Cathedral with the Holy Grail – one of the most important relics of Christianity and the tower with a beautiful view of the whole of Valencia. Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Valencia, because that is its full name, is one of the most famous monuments in Spain. Its construction began in the 13th century. According to the ancient tradition, the Holy Grail located in The Cathedral was made available to watch by the faithful visiting this temple.

The Water Tribunal of Valencia – the institution of Justice to settle disputes arising from the use of irrigation water by farmers in several Irrigation Communities, the oldest judicial institution in Europe. Today it is only a tourist attraction. In 2009, the Water Tribunal together with the Council of Wise Men in Murcia was included on the UNESCO list of intangible heritage.

La Lonja – The Silk Exchange built in the Gothic style is one of the most beautiful buildings in Valencia (and even in all of Spain). The construction of this facility began in the 15th century and it was once the largest silk trade center on the entire Mediterranean coast.

Plaza de Toros – the famous bullfight arena located in the heart of Valencia is one of the largest arenas in the Kingdom of Spain. It was designed and built at the beginning of the 19th century. 

The City of Arts and Sciences – an extensive building complex with numerous cultural and entertainment centers. You can see one of the largest oceanariums and a dolphinarium in Europe there. The Science Museum is also one of the most interesting objects in the complex.

If our guests would like to have more riding than sightseeing, after a glance at the city we return to the base by a roundabout road that provides one of the best views in Spain.

Route length – 280 km

Riding time – 3.5 hours + sightseeing

DAY 3.

We leave Calpe and head northwest. Circling Benissa, we drive south-west where a very winding road offers beautiful views of the Serra de Bernia mountains. Then, going north we visit a charming ecological restaurant located in the total remote in the heart of the mountains. After the meal, we go to the Col de Rates pass, where hundreds of turns await us with views of the rocky peaks. At the pass we stop for a short coffee break and then head south where we will be able to admire the magnificent Algar Waterfall Complex along the way. Later we will go to the base along the coast and enjoy the view of the marina where the artist Enrique Iglesias moors his yacht sometimes.

Route length – 190 km

Riding time – 4,5 hours + breaks


DAY 4.

The day full of mountain riding. We leave Calpe and head towards Benissa. Passing on the left side of the Sierra del Ferrer massif we reach Parcent. Moving further west we pass the Sierra de Carrascal massif with its highest peak Cocoll and going a little south we reach the town of Castell de Castells, where we turn west to Gorga. Along the way, we can feel a little dizzy because of the number of turns! From there, we go to the famous El Castell de Guadalest, a small town with the ruins of a fortress built by the Moors at the turn of the eighth and ninth centuries. There we anticipate a break to explore and admire the area from the perspective of the town walls and continue our ride southwest towards Benidorm. Due to one of the highest number of skyscrapers in Europe per population, Benidorm is called little Manhattan or just shortly “BeniYork”. We go back to Calpe along the seaside boulevard through Altea.

Route length – 150 km

Riding time – 5 hours + breaks

DAY 5.

We decided to call this route “for eagles only” with a lot of mountains and even more bends. We leave Calpe and head west along the Guadalest River, then turn south and ride along the Sierra Aitana mountain range to the Riu de Sella River. Going further north, we experience the scenic road straight over the abyss – you should definitely use your camera to capture this extraordinary view. Then we head north along the Sierra de Albureca mountain range and next go towards Pego through the Val de Galimera pass. We return to Calpe from Xalo.

Route length – 200 km

Riding time – 7 hours + breaks

DAY 6.

We leave Calpe and head towards Guadalest. This time, however, we stop at the Automotive Museum along the way. It is a highly interesting place, which gathered over 140 exhibits (mainly motorcycles). Then we continue west CV70 road to the Carrasqueta Pass, full of faster and slower turns. This road is highly popular among local Spanish motorcyclists. This is one of the highest places during our trip with a beautiful view from above. We stop for a meal in the atmospheric pub Venta Teresa between the streamers. After the meal, keeping the southern direction, we reach Busot, where we can take photos of another wonderful landscape. This is where our favorite winding episode begins – we usually cover it several times in both directions. We continue to Relleu – no fewer turns! We go back to the base in Calpe through Terra Mitica.

Route length – 200 km

Riding time – 7 hours + breaks

The above trips schedule is not strict. Our expierienced guide can combine and modify in any way at the request of our guests to improve their satisfaction.

What's Included

  • 6 motorbike tours with a guide
  • Yamaha motorcycle to choose from our fleet
  • Airport transfer for suggested flight
  • Accommodation in twin room
  • Buffet breakfast and three-course dinners
  • Allianz Globtroter travel insurance
  • Commemorative t-shirt
  • photos and videos recorded during stay.