Segovia's famous aqueduct is in Castilla y León, España. Flickr:Dmitry Dzhus

Spain is known for its tapas and wines! Flickr:Salome Chaussure

Segovia’s Medieval Villages Bike Tour

Spain Bike Tours

A quiet cycle tour through the heart of Spain…

  • This stunning bike tour in Spain starts in the medieval city of Segovia. Renown for its remarkable Aqueduct, this symbol of the city is an impressive feat of civil engineering and continues to be one of the most beautiful urban sites in the world. Your overnights and circular routes along the way will showcase Spain at its best, rich in history, culture, wines, gastronomy, and lovely nature and landscapes. You will be transported back in time gazing upon the Pedraza Castle, dating back to the 13th century! A highlight for sure will be Duratón Canyon Nature Reserve. The powerful forces of the River Duratón have excavated deep gorges in these limestone lands, and a great number of large birds call this place home.


    • Segovia, unesco world heritage site
    • Santa María de la Sierra Monastery Ruins
    • Medieval towns of Pedraza and Sepulveda
    • Cycling rural road through tranquil landscapes
    • Two nights in each hotel

    If you are looking for more, check out all of our bicycle tours in Spain.

  • 2019:
    Twin/double: $ 1401 £ 693 $ 1,211 758 $ 1430 kr 8545 $ 864 Single Supplement  $ 473 £ 234 $ 409 256 $ 483 kr 2886 $ 292 Supplement for solo traveler  $ 543 £ 269 $ 470 294 $ 555 kr 3314 $ 335

    extra options

    Dinners: $ 231 £ 114 $ 200 125 $ 236 kr 1409 $ 142 Electric Bike  $ 166 £ 82 $ 144 90 $ 170 kr 1015 $ 103 GPS (one per booking): $ 55 £ 27 $ 48 30 $ 57 kr 338 $ 34 Extra night Madrid: On request
    Extra night in Segovia: On request
    Local (group) airport transfer: 
    Madrid to Segovia (up to 6 ppl): $ 240 £ 119 $ 208 130 $ 245 kr 1465 $ 148 Sepulveda to Segovia (up to 4 ppl)  $ 129 £ 64 $ 112 70 $ 132 kr 789 $ 80 Sepulveda to Madrid Airport (up to 4 ppl): $ 249 £ 123 $ 216 135 $ 255 kr 1522 $ 154  

    please note

    Rates are per person based on double occupancy.

    A non-refundable admin fee of 20 Euros per person is included in the deposit amount.

    Information to read before you book.

    We recommend purchasing bike trip insurance.

    Please see our FAQ.

  • Travel

    Fly to Madrid International Airport

    Local Travel

    The train station at Madrid International Airport is in terminal T4, floor 1, and is called Aeropuerto T4. To get here from other terminals there is a shuttle bus service connecting the terminals. Take Metro line 8 from the airport to the end of the line at Nuevos Minsterios station. Then take line 10 north (destination Hospital Infanta Sofia) to the Chamartin train station where the trains to Segovia leave from. The Metro trip should take you 35-40 minutes. To check departure times for the train, consult The train trip takes about half an hour, and will deposit you at the new Segovia AVE train station just outside of town. From here, a city bus will drop you off right at the foot of the aqueduct downtown. From Sepulveda at the end of the tour, book the local transfer back to Segovia and continue to Madrid by train.


    Monthly averages in °Fahrenheit: Jan 39°, Feb 41°, Mar 46°, Apr 48°, May 55°, Jun 63°, Jul 71°, Sep 64°, Oct 54°, Nov 46°, Dec 41°


    Before you travel, please check your country's passport and visa requirements and the passport and visa requirements of the country/countries you plan to visit. For US citizens, the U.S. Passports & International Travel website is a good source of information. The Country Information tab provides details about passport validity, blank passport pages required, etc. If you are not an American citizen, ​please make sure you contact your own embassy before travel. We recommend that you make copies of your important documents and papers (insurance cards, etc.). Leave a copy at home and have a copy with you. In the unfortunate situation that you lose your original documents, having copies facilitates the replacement process.

Where You’ll Stay

In Segovia, you will stay in a three star hotel in the very heart of historic Segovia. Day 2 through 7 you will be in high quality, small, rural accommodations and in Sepulveda, you will stay in a unique heritage hotel.

What’s Included

  • Hotel accommodations for 7 nights with breakfast
  • Luggage transfers between hotels
  • 24-gear rental bike with pannier, mudguards, bottle holder, odometer, waterproof, map holder, helmet
  • Pump, puncture repair kit, spare tube, tool kit (one per room)
  • Detailed maps, itinerary description and tourist information (one packet per room)
  • Emergency support

What’s Not Included

TypeSelf Guided
Length8 days
From758 Rates
Tour Reviews

Share This Tour

Tour Dates

Arrivals possible any day between the months of April and October

Skill Level

Terrain is rolling with at least three steep ascents each day. Average daily distance is 35 km. Average meters climbed: 340 m.

Day-To-Day Itinerary

Segovia’s Medieval Villages Map

Day 1: Arrival to Segovia
Day 2: Segovia - Collado Hermoso, 26 miles (42 km). Climb: 349 m
Day 3: Circular route to Turegano, 22 miles (36 km). Climb: 227 m
Day 4: Collado Hermoso - Pedraza, 20 miles (32 km). Climb: 233 m
Day 5: Circular route Pedraza, 18 miles (29 km). Climb: 250 m
Day 6: Pedraza - Sepulveda, 20 miles (32 km). Climb: 379 m
Day 7: Circular route to Duraton Canyon Nature Reserve, 23 miles (37 km). Climb 607 m.
Day 8: Departure

Day 1: Arrival to Segovia
This bike tour in Spain begins in the monumental city of Segovia. Declared a World Heritage Site in 1985, you wil spend the first night in the city and have a chance to explore its many historic jewels. 

Day 2: Segovia - Collado Hermoso, 26 miles (42 km). Climb: 349 m
Small country roads and pretty rural countryside will bring you to Collado Hermoso. Visit the Royal Palace of San Ildefonso and its lovely gardens and eat in one of the excellent restaurants at Torrecaballeros. 

Day 3: Circular route to Turegano, 22 miles (36 km). Climb: 227 m
Today's route takes you away from the mountains to reach the historic town of Turegano, home to a medieval castle. This extraordinary castle towers over the city, incorporating and earlier Romanesque church in its construction. Overnight in Collado Hermoso.

Day 4: Collado Hermoso - Pedraza, 20 miles (32 km). Climb: 233 m
You will cycle through small villages and wooded landscapes to reach the beautifully preserved town of Pedraza. Considered one of the most beautiful walled cities in Spain, this place will surely be a highlight of the trip!

Day 5: Circular route Pedraza, 18 miles (29 km). Climb: 250 m
Today you will explore the countryside of Pedraza. You will come across quaint villages where the rustic style is ever present; perfect examples of rural Romanesque churches and stunning countryside.

Day 6: Pedraza - Sepulveda, 20 miles (32 km). Climb: 379 m
Today you will cycle from the foothills to the plains of Castilla. This route is relaxing as you pass through fields of sunflowers and wheat. Eventually it will lead to the hill top town of Sepulveda. Have a picnic near the natural spring or take a dip in the crystal clear waters!

Day 7: Circular route to Duraton Canyon Nature Reserve, 23 miles (37 km). Climb 607 m.
The last cycling day will bring you to the Duraton Canyon Nature Reserve. Cycling along the river, you will pass under the shade of poplars while admiring the impressive birds of the area.

Day 8: Departure
Departure after breakfast. Extend your stay or return to Segovia

Looking for a different flavor?  View all our featured bicycle tours, specials, and news or look at our full list of bike tours in Europe.

Email or Call 800-951-4384 +1 570-965-2064

Share This Tour

Tour Reviews

    Biked This Tour? Post Your Feedback

    Read reviews for all bike tours