Easy cycling holiday in Southern Spain
Ride past white-washed villages and Moorish towers, endless orchards, ancient irrigations channels and layers of history on this self-guided cycling holiday in Murcia. Pedal along country lanes, peaceful cycle paths and quiet roads, enjoying historic towns and a striking variety of landscapes. On three days there is the option to extend or shorten your rides if you wish.
Cycling trails - Peaceful cycling on converted railway lines (greenways) and quiet roads
Pueblos Blancos - Picture-perfect white washed villages of Cieza and the Ricote Valley
Caravaca de la Cruz - One of the world's 5 holy cities and home to the medieval castle of Santa Cruz
Moorish Castles - Calasparra, Cieza and Moratalla home to restored Moorish castles
Local wines and cuisine- Re-fuel on delicious Spanish food, Murcia is known as the market garden of Spain
|1||Trip starts in Murcia|
|2||Gentle ride on dedicated cycle path to Caravaca de la Cruz|
|3||Circular route around Caravaca de la Cruz|
|4||Cycle via Moratalla's fortress to the hill top town Calasparra|
|5||Bike along peaceful country roads to reach the lively town of Cieza|
|6||Cycle to Archena then along cycle path to Murcia|
|7||Trip ends in Murcia|
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