Vuelta a Espana

Spain Bike Tours
La Vuelta a España Trips

— Friday 14th August to Sunday 4th September 2022

2020 La Vuelta Dates 12th August — 4th September

La Vuelta has the hardest climbs. Its the most entertaining of all 3 week stage races.
Join the fanatical Spanish at the final Grand Tour of the year.
Our Spain Tour offers luxury accommodation, fine cuisine and a relaxed culture.

2022 La Vuelta Trip

Our Spain trips are in high demand (2018 and 2019 were sold out fast)
Book early for 2022 La Vuelta a España to avoid delaying for another year!

2022 Tour of Spain

2022 Tour of Spain

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15 days
Valencia (Airport)
Madrid (Hotel)
Group Size:
30 guests (6 staff)
Suitable For:
Cyclists and Non Cyclists
Recommended For:
Experienced, Intermediate, Social
Ride Tour de France routes and conquer bucket list climbs in the Alps and Pyrenees.

La Vuelta has the best racing of all Grand Tours

Scheduled at the back of the season, the Spanish grand tour fosters new talent and gives opportunity to riders seeking retribution from an indifferent season. Mountain stages in every week of the tour often favours the climber. Recently, the Vuelta has created the best racing moments of all grand tours.

The Spanish are fanatical, and fanatical about their cycling. Quiet villages awaken for the passage of the professional peloton. The most fearsome climb of all grand tours, Alto d’Angliru is located in the Asturias and as touted by race organisers “a Grand Tour without Angliru is like a 15min football match or a 5km marathon”.

Each year Bikestyle Tours hosts guests to the final 10 to 12 days of the Vuelta, depending on the route. Typically this includes visiting the cycling paradise of the Asturias, the “green spain” of the Cantabrian coastline, the fanatical Basque country and the Pyrenees. Logistics permitting, our trip finishes in the famous Arts district of Madrid for the final stage.

Guided Bike Tours for all cycling fans
Groups are catered for all varieties of cycling fans; experienced riders, social riders and non-cyclists.

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