Old Aqueduct in Segovia, Castilla y Leon, Spain. Photo via Flickr:mpeinado
Wall tiles of Alcazar Castle, Segovia, Spain. Photo via Flickr:Frank Kovalchek

Duraton Canyon Nature Reserve, Sepulveda, Spain. Photo via Flickr:M.Peinado

Segovia’s Medieval Villages

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 landscaps. 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.

    Highlights:

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

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  • 2018:
    Twin/double: £ 734 $ 1,142 758 NOK 7706 kr 7114 $ 925 Single Supplement  £ 248 $ 386 256 NOK 2603 kr 2402 $ 312 Supplement for solo traveler  £ 285 $ 443 294 NOK 2989 kr 2759 $ 359

    extra options

    Dinners (with wine) included: £ 121 $ 188 125 NOK 1271 kr 1173 $ 153 Electric Bike  £ 58 $ 90 60 NOK 610 kr 563 $ 73 Extra night Madrid: On request
    Extra night in Segovia: On request
    Local (group) airport transfer: 
    Madrid to Segovia (up to 6 ppl): £ 126 $ 196 130 NOK 1322 kr 1220 $ 159 Sepulveda to Segovia (up to 4 ppl)  £ 68 $ 105 70 NOK 712 kr 657 $ 85 Sepulveda to Madrid Airport (up to 4 ppl): £ 131 $ 203 135 NOK 1373 kr 1267 $ 165  

     

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    Rates are based on double occupancy.

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  • Travel

    Fly to Madrid International Airport

    Local Travel

    Catch the AVE (high speed train) from Madrid to Segovia. From Sepulveda at the end of the tour, book the local transfer back to Segovia and continue to Madrid by train.

    Climate

    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°


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 panniers
  • Detailed maps, iItinerary description and tourist information (one packet per room)
  • Emergency support

What’s Not Included

  • Local transfers
  • Extra nights
  • Bicycle protection
  • Trip insurance
TourBike
TypeSelf Guided
SkillModerate
Length8 days
From758 Rates
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Tour Dates

2017 and 2018:
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

2018:
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 restautants 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

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