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Savor a free-spirited reel on Spain’s Costa Brava. You’ll set your own agenda on this inn-to-inn Self-Guided Bicycle Vacation among Catalonia’s coastal ranges and medieval enclaves.

Self-Guided Biking

  • Duration: 9 Days|
  • Daily Mileage: 15 - 35|
  • Biking: 2 - 5 hr
Activity Easy/Moderate
Easy / Moderate
E-Bikes Available
E-Bikes Available
Airplane
Air Package Available
Self-Guided Tour
Self-Guided Tour

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Self-Guided Air+

$2,995

Bike Vacation Only

$1,995

(per person, double occupancy)

Spain: Barcelona & Costa Brava

Savor a free-spirited reel on Spain’s Costa Brava. In the shadow of the Pyrenees, you’ll set your own agenda on this inn-to-inn Self-Guided Bicycle Vacation among Catalonia’s coastal ranges and medieval enclaves. Cycle into tiny villages dripping with atmosphere, pausing to explore narrow cobbled lanes and sip café to your liking in pedestrian squares. Thrill to exhilarating spins with glimpses of a scenic coast of sandy beaches and rocky coves. Pedal into former fishing ports loved by Hemingway and Dalí. And experience a biking paradise beloved by professional cyclists for decades.

What to Expect

This tour offers a combination of easy terrain and moderate hills and is ideal for beginner and experienced cyclists. Rides are on flat to rolling paved roads and bike lanes. The Mediterranean landscapes of the interior are more rolling but less trafficked than the coast. As you ride closer to the coastal towns, it is flatter with busier roads. Some historic centers are cobbled. Travel with your friends and family—we can accommodate multiple guests on this self-guided vacation. Our 24/7 support system is available as needed.

  • Duration: 9 Days|
  • Daily Mileage: 15 - 35|
  • Biking: 2 - 5 hr
Activity Easy/Moderate Easy / Moderate
Cycling
Bar Graph Beginner - Experienced
Cyclists
24/7 Support System 24/7 Support
System

Tour Highlights

  • Explore Girona’s cultural treasures, including the old Jewish quarter, medieval walls, Gothic churches and Romanesque architecture
  • Savor superb Catalan seafood and farm-fresh cuisine, complemented by excellent local wines including sparkling cava
  • Cycle through history, stopping to view Greco-Roman ruins at Empúries, Gothic gems in Girona, and charming medieval villages
  • Discover the most important Greco-Roman ruins on the Iberian Peninsula at the coastal archeological site at Empúries
  • Immerse yourself in authentic Catalonian village life during a farmhouse stay in tiny Sant Feliu de Boada

Climate Information

Temperatures

Average High /
Low Temperature (°F):

Mar61º/44º

Apr64º/47º

May69º/54º

Jun76º/60º

Sep78º/62º

Oct71º/55º

Average
Precipitation:

Mar1.6 in

Apr1.9 in

May2.3 in

Jun1.6 in

Sep3.4 in

Oct3.6 in

What's Included

Self-Guided Air+

Bike Vacation Only

Roundtrip international airfare Check
Detailed information for your independent travel to/from arrival and departure airports Check
One night in Girona and one night in Barcelona in conveniently located hotels with breakfasts included Check
5 nights in boutique hotels Check Check
5 meals: 5 breakfasts Check Check

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Self-Guided Biking Packages Include:

Custom VBT bike, helmet, and bike bag

Welcome orientation and bike fitting with local host

Luggage transfers

Ride with GPS and daily route notes

VBT Road Book with destination information

24/7 support system

Flat kit and multi-tool

Your choice of VBT branded gear for your adventure

Itinerary

Tue, Mar 24 to Wed, Apr 1 - 2020

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Depart home for Spain. The particulars of your arrival overseas are detailed with your flight itinerary.

Upon arrival at the Barcelona Airport, make your own independent travel arrangements to Girona. Collect your bags and clear customs then choose from several transportation options or decide your own path.

Arrive in Girona this afternoon. You’ll have time to soak in the city’s ancient past as you stroll narrow cobbled streets past the brightly colored houses of the Old Town. The splendid cathedral boasts one of the world’s largest Gothic naves. You might also cross the Onyar River to step into one of Europe’s largest Jewish quarters. Girona’s main square offers a bounty of choices for dinner on your own.

Hotel: Nord 1901
Meals: None Included

After breakfast at Nord 1901 Girona, meet your VBT local host at 9:00 a.m., along with any other VBT guests departing on the same day, for your Welcome orientation in the lobby. Please be dressed and ready for cycling. Your VBT local host will be carrying a VBT sign.

The welcome orientation with your VBT local host includes:
• An overview of the itinerary
• Bike fitting and equipment familiarization
• Review of the Ride with GPS navigation app
• Important contact information in case you need to reach your VBT local host
• Safety briefing
• Local suggestions (restaurants, things to do, etc.)

After, set off on your own, following your Ride with GPS app. Your first invigorating reel creates a figure 8, leading you northwest of Girona into the Catalan countryside and the gently sloping foothills of the Pre-Pyrenees. You ascend gradually, taking in lovely views of the village of Montcal below. As you ride, you can take inspiration knowing the Rocacorba climb is nearby; this cycling ascent up Puigsou Mountain—named for the 12th-century sanctuary or Rocacorba near the summit—provides solid training for professional cyclists and hardy challenges for keen amateurs. For now, you turn south as rolling terrain takes you through the traditional Catalan town of Sant Medir known for its candy festival in early March. Then enjoy an easy coast back to the center of Girona. Your hotel is steps away from the city’s Old Town and pedestrian squares, rich with history and brimming with the excellent cuisine of the region.

Hotel: Nord 1901
Meals: Breakfast

Today’s Ride Choice:
Girona “under Roca Corba” loop: 28.9 km (18 miles)

What to Expect: Depart along city streets and ride into the countryside on secondary paved roads. You pass horse farms and small villages, then gradually ascend to the highest point just past Montcal. Enjoy stunning views of surrounding mountains and a rolling descent back to center of Girona.

Today you cycle out of Girona heading east toward the Mediterranean. After winding your way out of the city, you ascend the coastal range that separates Girona from the coast. This classic ride with its long climb is favored by the many cyclists drawn to the region and you’ll quickly see why as you’re surrounded by emerald-green hills and forests. Pause at the Els Angels chapel to admire its stonework along the way.

From the highest point, you are rewarded with fantastic views northwest to the Pyrenees and east to the Mediterranean. Linger a while to take it all in, then coast your way into a very flat finish through scenic arable land and farming villages, including Madremanya, Monells, Corçà, Ullastret, Canapost, and Peratallada. Any of these centers is worth a quick stop to do some exploring and soaking in of the rural Catalan character. You’ll find this network of quiet country roads, all paved and with little traffic, to be a cyclist’s dream as you crisscross a typical Mediterranean landscape.

The ride ends in the beautifully preserved village of Sant Feliu de Boada in the region of Baix Empordà, surrounded by farmland and dotted with stone houses. In the heart of the village, admire the 16th-century church built in late-Gothic style that is believed to have been founded as early as the 11th century. Make yourself at home in a traditional Catalan masia, a sprawling stone authentic farmhouse renovated with all the comforts of a modern inn. It is ideally situated to stroll to either of Sant Feliu de Boada’s excellent Catalan restaurants, where the region’s specialties are prepared with locally sourced ingredients, and where crema catalana, the local custard dessert, is always a favorite finale.

Hotel: Can Barrull
Meals: Breakfast

Today’s Ride: Girona to Sant Feliu de Boada, 45.6 km (28 miles)

What to Expect: Begin cycling from your city center hotel on pedestrian and city streets. After 4 km (2.4 miles), you are outside the city and you begin an initial steady ascent to Els Angels. You reach the highest point at 15 km (9 miles), then take care coasting almost 5 km (3 miles) downhill with some steep sections into the lovely medieval town of Madremanya. Another 5 more km (3 miles) of descending brings you to Monells and a plain of rolling to flat farmland through several villages and into the small medieval hamlet of Sant Feliu de Boada.

Today’s ride leads you to the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and Spain’s Costa Brava. You pedal first along bucolic country roads, passing meadows and fertile farmlands. Catalan masias, country houses like the one you stayed in last night, round out this picturesque landscape. Your first destination today is Calonge, past the outskirts of La Bisbal d’Empordà. This is the province of Baix Empordà, or Lower Empordà, where gentle agricultural plains are overlooked by small ridgelines—all of it interlaced with a network of small rural roads that stretch for miles, ideal for cycling. Spend all the time you’d like exploring the 13th-century towers and walls of the Calonge castle, taking in views of the Bay of Sant Antoni.

Later, continue your breathtaking reel to Palamós, home to one of the last surviving fishing fleets along these shores. This seaside town did not miss its opportunity to also become a beloved beach destination. Cycle next through a coastal pine forest, arriving later in Llafranc, a seaside resort with a small sandy beach where Ernest Hemingway and Salvador Dalí were said to have spent time. High above the town on a bluff, the historic Saint Sebastian lighthouse warns sailors of the rocky Saint Sebastian point below. Once you settle in to your hotel, take a short stroll to Llafranc’s seaside promenade, where a range of restaurants awaits.

Hotel: Hotel mas Pastora
Meals: Breakfast

Today’s Ride:
Peratallada to Llafranc: 42 km (26 miles)

What to Expect: Roll out of Sant Feliu de Boada on flat rural paved roads through tiny villages and farmland. You ride around the outskirts of the larger town of La Bisbal d’Empordà, then return to un-trafficked rural roads. A gradual climb of about 2 km (1.2 miles) leads up to a ridge where views of the Mediterranean Sea unfold. At 16 km (9.6 miles), an easygoing descent winds into Calonge, where you join slightly busier roads as you approach the coast. You encounter the most traffic this week near Palamós, between about 28 km (17.4 miles) and 30 km (18 miles), but then you return to smaller roads and dedicated bike lanes and a few hundred feet of gravel on a dedicated bike path. End your rewarding day by winding your way slightly downhill to seaside Llafranc.

Today’s ride takes you up and over the coastal range, through the gentle plains of the Costa Brava, then north from the Baix (or “lower”) Empordà to the Alt (or “upper”) Empordà—with ample opportunity to stop and explore. Your ride begins through a dreamy landscape of medieval towns and traditional mas farmhouses. You skirt the town of Palafrugell—once a producer of cork harvested from local forests. Then traverse the small village of Torrent, opting if you wish for a side trip to the historic hilltop town of Pals. This remarkably restored medieval center boasts cobbled streets framed with arches and stone balconies. Its 49-foot Romanesque tower—known locally as the Torre de les Hores, or the Tower of the Hours—was built between the 11th and 13th centuries.

Continue north to Torroella de Montgri, once an inland port for the Kings of Aragon until the Ter River silted up and changed its fate. The village’s medieval center is a delight to wander. As you continue cycling, you keep the towering Montgri massif to the west, enjoying an easy spin until you reach the coast. Your hotel is conveniently located near Empúries, a fascinating archaeological site of Phoenician and Roman ruins.

Hotel: Hostal d’Empúries
Meals: Breakfast

Today’s Ride:
Llafranc to Empúries: 42.8 km (26 miles)

What to Expect: Today’s ride starts with an initial ascent away from the coast of about 2 km (1.2 miles), so you may want to pocket a croissant for after. You skirt the town of Palafrugell and some busier roads, partially following a bike path. Then a quick turn takes you onto rural roads and gently rolling terrain until your 11.5 km mark (7.1 miles). At about 15 km (9 miles), you may detour to the hilltop town of Pals and then trace a quiet countryside route. After riding through more farmland and medieval villages, you encounter busier roads and the town streets of Torroella de Montgri. You are soon back to slightly rolling rural paved roads until you reach 37.7 km (23.4 miles) at Albons. A short hitch north along the coast leads to your hotel.

Take today to kick back and enjoy your seaside locale. You can relax on the beach, then explore the former fishing port of nearby L’Escala. Anchovies were the main haul here and remain central to the town’s annual October festival. If you’d like to visit the fascinating ruins at Empúries, there’s a shared-use path next to your hotel that leads you there. Also worth exploring are the port of L’Escala itself, the Old Town, and the Archaeology Museum of Catalonia Empúries. If you wish, you can partake of your hotel’s spa facilities at your expense; the cost is 15 euros per person and reservations are recommended.

If you’re up for more riding today, you can follow a scenic 50 km (30 mile) loop. It leads you inland and gains some elevation that affords spectacular views of the coast and Pyrenees. Then you descend and circle back to the coast, returning to the shore at Sant Pere Pescador, a pretty town along the River Fluvià near the Bay of Roses. Take some time here to enjoy the long sandy beach of the bay, explore the 14th-century castle, and find a café for a lunch of fresh seafood. After, as you parallel the coast back, you pass the archaeological site at Empúries, the most important Greco-Roman ruins on the Iberian Peninsula. Pause here to explore if you wish, admiring the ancient Roman wall and some incredibly preserved mosaics.

This evening, consult our recommendations for a spot to enjoy a final dinner and celebrate your exploration of the Costa Brava. Restaurants in Sant Martí d’Empúries are a 10-minute walk away while L’Escala is 20 minutes. Or you may dine at your hotel’s restaurant.

Hotel: Hostal d’Empúries
Meals: Breakfast

Today’s Ride:
Empúries Loop: 48.5 km (30 miles)

What to Expect: Ride inland away from the seaside, initially through rolling farmland. At about 16 km (9.6 miles), an initial climb brings you to the tiny town of Garrigoles with its small church. Ride along a high plateau with views of the Pyrenees in front of you. A quick descent then turns quickly and ascends to the highest point of the day at around the 23 km mark (14.3 miles). A sustained descent rolls through farms and villages, then traverse some rolling hills until the route flattens back out at the plain at Sant Thomas de Fluvià. At Sant Pere Pescador you cross the Fluvià River and turn south, paralleling the coast through the medieval town of Sant Martí d’Empúries and to your hotel.

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel in Empúries. The hotel can help arrange the short taxi ride to the nearest regional train station in the town of Flaça, which is on the train line serving Girona and Barcelona. We suggest meeting the late-morning train.

Upon arrival in Barcelona (at the Passeig de Gràcia station) head to your hotel, conveniently located near the Plaça de Catalunya and a six-minute walk from your arrival station. Leave your luggage at your hotel and set out on foot for lunch and for a free day of exploring the remarkable architecture and rich culture of this city. Stroll down the pedestrian-only Las Ramblas, wind through the nearby Gothic Quarter, or make your way to Port Vell, Barcelona’s lively seafront.

Your VBT City Information provides useful recommendations for exploring on your own for the rest of the day.

Hotel: Olivia Plaza, Barcelona
Meals: Breakfast

After breakfast* this morning, allow yourself a minimum of 4 hours prior to your flight from Barcelona airport. This timeframe includes approximately 1-hour travel to the airport and around 3 hours recommended pre-flight check-in time.

Meals: Breakfast

Thu, Mar 26 to Tue, Mar 31 - 2020

Show Itinerary:

Make your own independent travel arrangements to Girona. Collect your bags and clear customs then choose from several recommended transportation options or decide your own path. We suggest arriving in Spain at least one day prior to the tour start date as your tour begins at 9:00 a.m.

Meet your VBT local host at 9:00 a.m., along with any other VBT guests departing on the same day, for your Welcome orientation in the lobby of the Nord 1901 Girona (Career Nord 7-9, +972 411 522). Please be dressed and ready for cycling. Your local host will be [carrying a VBT sign and/or wearing VBT garments].

Hotel: Nord 1901

Today’s Ride Choice:
Girona “under Roca Corba” loop: 28.9 km (18 miles)

What to Expect: Depart along city streets and ride into the countryside on secondary paved roads. You pass horse farms and small villages, then gradually ascend to the highest point just past Montcal. Enjoy stunning views of surrounding mountains and a rolling descent back to center of Girona.

Today you cycle out of Girona heading east toward the Mediterranean. After winding your way out of the city, you ascend the coastal range that separates Girona from the coast. This classic ride with its long climb is favored by the many cyclists drawn to the region and you’ll quickly see why as you’re surrounded by emerald-green hills and forests. Pause at the Els Angels chapel to admire its stonework along the way.

From the highest point, you are rewarded with fantastic views northwest to the Pyrenees and east to the Mediterranean. Linger a while to take it all in, then coast your way into a very flat finish through scenic arable land and farming villages, including Madremanya, Monells, Corçà, Ullastret, Canapost, and Peratallada. Any of these centers is worth a quick stop to do some exploring and soaking in of the rural Catalan character. You’ll find this network of quiet country roads, all paved and with little traffic, to be a cyclist’s dream as you crisscross a typical Mediterranean landscape.

The ride ends in the beautifully preserved village of Sant Feliu de Boada in the region of Baix Empordà, surrounded by farmland and dotted with stone houses. In the heart of the village, admire the 16th-century church built in late-Gothic style that is believed to have been founded as early as the 11th century. Make yourself at home in a traditional Catalan masia, a sprawling stone authentic farmhouse renovated with all the comforts of a modern inn. It is ideally situated to stroll to either of Sant Feliu de Boada’s excellent Catalan restaurants, where the region’s specialties are prepared with locally sourced ingredients, and where crema catalana, the local custard dessert, is always a favorite finale.

Hotel: Can Barrull
Meals: Breakfast

Today’s Ride: Girona to Sant Feliu de Boada, 45.6 km (28 miles)

What to Expect: Begin cycling from your city center hotel on pedestrian and city streets. After 4 km (2.4 miles), you are outside the city and you begin an initial steady ascent to Els Angels. You reach the highest point at 15 km (9 miles), then take care coasting almost 5 km (3 miles) downhill with some steep sections into the lovely medieval town of Madremanya. Another 5 more km (3 miles) of descending brings you to Monells and a plain of rolling to flat farmland through several villages and into the small medieval hamlet of Sant Feliu de Boada.

Today’s ride leads you to the shores of the Mediterranean Sea and Spain’s Costa Brava. You pedal first along bucolic country roads, passing meadows and fertile farmlands. Catalan masias, country houses like the one you stayed in last night, round out this picturesque landscape. Your first destination today is Calonge, past the outskirts of La Bisbal d’Empordà. This is the province of Baix Empordà, or Lower Empordà, where gentle agricultural plains are overlooked by small ridgelines—all of it interlaced with a network of small rural roads that stretch for miles, ideal for cycling. Spend all the time you’d like exploring the 13th-century towers and walls of the Calonge castle, taking in views of the Bay of Sant Antoni.

Later, continue your breathtaking reel to Palamós, home to one of the last surviving fishing fleets along these shores. This seaside town did not miss its opportunity to also become a beloved beach destination. Cycle next through a coastal pine forest, arriving later in Llafranc, a seaside resort with a small sandy beach where Ernest Hemingway and Salvador Dalí were said to have spent time. High above the town on a bluff, the historic Saint Sebastian lighthouse warns sailors of the rocky Saint Sebastian point below. Once you settle in to your hotel, take a short stroll to Llafranc’s seaside promenade, where a range of restaurants awaits.

Hotel: Hotel mas Pastora
Meals: Breakfast

Today’s Ride:
Peratallada to Llafranc: 42 km (26 miles)

What to Expect: Roll out of Sant Feliu de Boada on flat rural paved roads through tiny villages and farmland. You ride around the outskirts of the larger town of La Bisbal d’Empordà, then return to un-trafficked rural roads. A gradual climb of about 2 km (1.2 miles) leads up to a ridge where views of the Mediterranean Sea unfold. At 16 km (9.6 miles), an easygoing descent winds into Calonge, where you join slightly busier roads as you approach the coast. You encounter the most traffic this week near Palamós, between about 28 km (17.4 miles) and 30 km (18 miles), but then you return to smaller roads and dedicated bike lanes and a few hundred feet of gravel on a dedicated bike path. End your rewarding day by winding your way slightly downhill to seaside Llafranc.

Today’s ride takes you up and over the coastal range, through the gentle plains of the Costa Brava, then north from the Baix (or “lower”) Empordà to the Alt (or “upper”) Empordà—with ample opportunity to stop and explore. Your ride begins through a dreamy landscape of medieval towns and traditional mas farmhouses. You skirt the town of Palafrugell—once a producer of cork harvested from local forests. Then traverse the small village of Torrent, opting if you wish for a side trip to the historic hilltop town of Pals. This remarkably restored medieval center boasts cobbled streets framed with arches and stone balconies. Its 49-foot Romanesque tower—known locally as the Torre de les Hores, or the Tower of the Hours—was built between the 11th and 13th centuries.

Continue north to Torroella de Montgri, once an inland port for the Kings of Aragon until the Ter River silted up and changed its fate. The village’s medieval center is a delight to wander. As you continue cycling, you keep the towering Montgri massif to the west, enjoying an easy spin until you reach the coast. Your hotel is conveniently located near Empúries, a fascinating archaeological site of Phoenician and Roman ruins.

Hotel: Hostal d’Empúries
Meals: Breakfast

Today’s Ride:
Llafranc to Empúries: 42.8 km (26 miles)

What to Expect: Today’s ride starts with an initial ascent away from the coast of about 2 km (1.2 miles), so you may want to pocket a croissant for after. You skirt the town of Palafrugell and some busier roads, partially following a bike path. Then a quick turn takes you onto rural roads and gently rolling terrain until your 11.5 km mark (7.1 miles). At about 15 km (9 miles), you may detour to the hilltop town of Pals and then trace a quiet countryside route. After riding through more farmland and medieval villages, you encounter busier roads and the town streets of Torroella de Montgri. You are soon back to slightly rolling rural paved roads until you reach 37.7 km (23.4 miles) at Albons. A short hitch north along the coast leads to your hotel.

Take today to kick back and enjoy your seaside locale. You can relax on the beach, then explore the former fishing port of nearby L’Escala. Anchovies were the main haul here and remain central to the town’s annual October festival. If you’d like to visit the fascinating ruins at Empúries, there’s a shared-use path next to your hotel that leads you there. Also worth exploring are the port of L’Escala itself, the Old Town, and the Archaeology Museum of Catalonia Empúries. If you wish, you can partake of your hotel’s spa facilities at your expense; the cost is 15 euros per person and reservations are recommended.

If you’re up for more riding today, you can follow a scenic 50 km (30 mile) loop. It leads you inland and gains some elevation that affords spectacular views of the coast and Pyrenees. Then you descend and circle back to the coast, returning to the shore at Sant Pere Pescador, a pretty town along the River Fluvià near the Bay of Roses. Take some time here to enjoy the long sandy beach of the bay, explore the 14th-century castle, and find a café for a lunch of fresh seafood. After, as you parallel the coast back, you pass the archaeological site at Empúries, the most important Greco-Roman ruins on the Iberian Peninsula. Pause here to explore if you wish, admiring the ancient Roman wall and some incredibly preserved mosaics.

This evening, consult our recommendations for a spot to enjoy a final dinner and celebrate your exploration of the Costa Brava. Restaurants in Sant Martí d’Empúries are a 10-minute walk away while L’Escala is 20 minutes. Or you may dine at your hotel’s restaurant.

Hotel: Hostal d’Empúries
Meals: Breakfast

Today’s Ride:
Empúries Loop: 48.5 km (30 miles)

What to Expect: Ride inland away from the seaside, initially through rolling farmland. At about 16 km (9.6 miles), an initial climb brings you to the tiny town of Garrigoles with its small church. Ride along a high plateau with views of the Pyrenees in front of you. A quick descent then turns quickly and ascends to the highest point of the day at around the 23 km mark (14.3 miles). A sustained descent rolls through farms and villages, then traverse some rolling hills until the route flattens back out at the plain at Sant Thomas de Fluvià. At Sant Pere Pescador you cross the Fluvià River and turn south, paralleling the coast through the medieval town of Sant Martí d’Empúries and to your hotel.

Your tour ends after breakfast at your hotel in Empúries. Depending upon your destination, it may not be possible to depart for the U.S. on the last day of the tour. Please check airline schedules carefully. If you plan to schedule return flights immediately following the tour’s conclusion, please call your airline directly for specific check-in requirements.

Meals: Breakfast

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January 25, 2018

In our fast-paced American lives, everything is go go go. Unfortunately, our diets are subject to this same dizzying pace. Breakfasts are eaten as we rush out the door, desk lunches are...

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