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Cycling in Costa Blanca

Costa Blanca offers a brilliant array of cycling routes and exciting resorts. Inland, the region’s all sharp rocky peaks and plunging green valleys – a dream for climbs and descents. Stick to the coast for flat routes around Benidorm and Calpe, too.
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Explore by foot

Hit the streets of Benidorm for a good time – picture almost endless bars and cabarets with doors open until early hours. The smooth sands of Albir lie nearby, while if you’re more food-focused, enjoy tempting paella in Calpe.

Mountains and more

If the coast doesn’t seem challenging enough, don’t fret – head up into the mountains and get to grips with tougher terrain. Journey through escalating panoramic scenery at the Cumbre de Sol Mountain and you’ll feel on top of the world.

Vibrant valleys

La Marina lies north of Benidorm. Famed for its steepness and coastal scenery, you can test your mettle on the long La Marina Alta Prueba route. Cut through hamlets and pass into the striking Guadalest Valley for more dramatic roads.

Costa Blanca cycling hotels

  • Benidorm >> Calpe >> Benidorm
  • Benidorm >> Jalon >> Benidorm
  • Benidorm >> Finestrat >> Benidorm

Benidorm >> Calpe >> Benidorm

Difficulty: 4/5

Climb Level: 4/5

Max Altitude: 134m

Distance: 95km

The Route: Cycle past the beaches of Benidorm, the national park near Albir and the Rock of Ifac in Calpe before climbing the Cumbre del Sol mountain. Stop for a rest then head back through Moraira and along the coast, drinking in the beautiful views of the twinkling sea as you peddle.

Benidorm >> Jalon >> Benidorm

Difficulty: 3/5

Climb Level: 3/5

Max Altitude: 620m

Distance: 67km

The Route: Cycle past the beautiful Amadorio Reservoir. The toughest inclines lead you towards Relleu, in a valley of peaks. Your return will have a backdrop of the Puig Campana mountain.

Benidorm >> Finestrat >> Benidorm

Difficulty: 4/5

Climb Level: 4/5

Max Altitude: 813m

Distance: 83km

The Route: Follow the coastal roads before ascending inland to historic Benissa. Climb the Coll de Rates mountain before descending past the Waterfalls of Algar.

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