25 km / day25% Difficulty4 days cycling / 5 nights / 6 days
Easy and short cycle rides along the greenway “El Carrilet”.
Enjoy the nature away from the crowds: volcanic areas, forests and rivers.
Fun in the beach the last day.
Stay in little local hotels and farmhouses, all of them with swimming pool if needed.
Fully supported with luggage transfers and 24 h emergency number.
Bike route description
Depending on the children’s ages and fitness, even the smallest ones from 5 years can do this ride.
The accommodation is handpicked and you are going to stay in quiet and lovely little hotels and farmhouses, some of them with swimming pool.
The tour is plenty of different pretty spots to discover with the kids such as volcanic areas, forests and river marshes.
In Girona city there is plenty to do and to see, such as visiting the Cathedral or the ancient Jewish Quarter, one of the best preserved in the world.
The last section of the greenway drives you to the coast, reaching the Mediterranean Sea.
The ride is easy, downhill, and fun and you’ll be passing through cropland and forests.
You can spend the rest of the last day relaxing and enjoying of a beach day.
Must do & must sees
Have a coffee in one of the oldest railway stations converted to bars and restaurants.
Meeting the local people, you\’ll know both people from the mountain and from the sea, with absolutely amazing different stories to share with you.
Optional arrival in Girona and transfer to Olot.
Olot is known for being the most singular volcano landscape in the Iberian Peninsula, with about 40 dormant volcanoes. You can also walk through La Fageda d’en Jordà, a beech wood, well-known for its beauty.
Day 1: Olot – Les Planes d’Hostoles (22 Km)
After the delivery of the necessary documentation and bike fitting (if bikes contracted) you start your day route following the cycle path along the old narrow gauge railway line “Carrilet d’Olot”. You reach les Planes d’Hostoles, passing the fantastic area of the Bas Valley with its gorgeous countryside and typical villages, also called the Catalan Switzerland. Once in les Planes, take your time to enjoy the gorges next to the river.
Day 2: Les Planes d’Hostoles – Girona (35 Km)
The ride is downhill and fun, through the countryside. The ride is quite long but is mainly downhill and flat. You’ll cycle following the Ter River, one of the most important rivers of Catalonia, getting to know its fantastic cultural heritage, left among the years. You arrive at Girona, where you can spend the rest of the day visiting the Cathedral, which has the broadest single nave of Gothic architecture in the world and getting lost through the narrow streets of the ancient Jewish quarter, one of the best preserved in the world. We also recommend a stroll along the Rambla or the medieval walls, which gives you a fantastic panoramic view of the city.
Day 3: Girona – Campllong /Llagostera (18 Km / 21 Km)
You pass the village of Quart, well-known for its ceramics, and Cassà de la Selva, with beautiful modernist houses in the centre of the town. You can spend the afternoon having a good time with the animals in the farms nearby the accommodation.
Day 4: Campllong - Sant Feliu de Guíxols (30 Km / 18 Km)
The last stage is the longest, but also flattest and easy to cycle. A fun downhill takes you to the town of Sant Feliu de Guíxols, with its magnificent fishing port and cultural interest, especially for its monastery. You can enjoy the rest of the day at the beaches.
Departure from Sant Feliu de Guíxols after breakfast.
Pricing Chart 2020
Low Season March 16th - April 4th October 3rd - 30th
per person in double room B&B with 4 dinners included
3rd PERSON SHARING ROOM: Child 0-2 years old - 0 € Child 3-7 years old - 308€ Child 8-12 years old - 461€ Adult (over 12 years old) - 554€