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Great routes in stages to enjoy the gorgeous mountain scenery of the Barcelona Pyrenees, the Mediterranean coastline of Costa Barcelona, its nature parks, towns steeped in history, wineries and unique architecture at your own pace.

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Oliba Way (mountain bike/gravel)

A route to discover the Romanesque heritage of the Bages, Osona and Ripollès regions, while following the legacy of the Bishop and Abbot Oliba.

  • 205 km 5,455 m D+ gravel (6 stages) 

Stage 1: Montserrat Monastery – Artés
Stage 2: Artés–Vic
Stage 3: Vic-Rupit
Stage 4: Rupit-Torelló
Stage 5: Torelló-Camprodon


Among vineyards in Bages

This is a four-day proposal to discover all the sights Bages has to offer. A route to relish the landscapes and the best wines of the DO Pla de Bages. You will come across impressive viewpoints and enjoy a few days of sports and adventure, while discovering a region that will not leave you indifferent.  


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Penedès 360 The Original (gravel)

A route to fully discover the Penedès region, which can be done on a gravel or similar bike without great difficulty and in several stages that you should design according to your interests and abilities.

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Ignatian Way

This route follows the footsteps of Saint Ignatius of Loyola from Azpeitia (Gipuzkoa) to the Cave of Saint Ignatius in Manresa. A pilgrimage route that you can do on foot or by bike. Within the area of Barcelona, you can follow these last three stages:

Eurovelo-8 – Mediterranean Route

The Mediterranean cycling route takes you from the Andalusian coast to Dubrovnik and beyond. With Costa Barcelona, the tour takes you from Sitges to Malgrat de Mar and farther. Although EuroVelo 8 connects many already popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, there are still gems to discover along the way.

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Caution! These routes have significant gradients and a high technical profile; they are therefore recommended only for bikepacking or with assistance in carrying luggage.

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