Provence - Spain Tour 2018

The essential summer tour. Summer in Europe for most people stirs up images of lavender fields, vineyards, cafes, sunny blue skies, mediterranean beaches and, of course, cycling.

The Provence - Spain Tour combines all of these things in one cycling package including our favourite rides in the famous Vaucluse and Luberon Valleys, the ‘Giant of Provence’ - Mont Ventoux, the pro cyclist’s lifestyle of Girona and the coastal rides and beaches of Spain’s Costa Brava.

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Pyrenees

Pyrenees

Pyrenees

Pyrenees

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We enjoy staying in three locations on this tour, starting with five nights at the base of Mt Ventoux amongst the famous vineyards of Provence. We then transfer down to Spain, staying four nights in Girona, the 'home away from home' of many professional cyclists, including most of the New Zealand World Tour riders. The town of Girona is a truely amazing place to stay - wander the medieval cobbled streets to find the best coffee in Europe. Finally we head down to the mediterranean, staying on the Costa Brava for three nights where we ride the most stunning costal roads and then relax on the beach in the late afternoons.

A true summer cycling holiday1!

We take a maximum of 14 people on this tour.

The trip is split up into the following locations:

Bedoin, Provence.

Girona, Spain

Costa Brava, Spain.

Bike hire:

We have a limited amount of Scott (or equivalent) full carbon road bikes for hire.

The price for a Provence - Spain Tour bike hire is NZ$580

Highlights:

Intensity rating:

The tour has an intense ride rating. While you don’t have to be a racing cyclist we do tick off the big climb of Mt Ventoux and some challenging routes. A good level of fitness is required to enjoy these rides.

All our tours have one rest day included in the itinerary.

Dates:

1 July to 13 July 2018

Price:

NZ$4995.00

Includes:

 

A non refundable deposit of $500 is required to secure your seat on this tour and full payment is due 1 March 2018.

 

 

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