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Cycling in Costa Dorada

The ‘Golden Coast’ offers a cycling experience like no other. The further inland you get, this seafront gem unravels into a network of terrain up majestic mountains and forested hillsides. Come and check out this renowned riding region.
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Pedalling perfection

The Costa Dorada’s Mediterranean climate stays mild all year, so you can bike around in great conditions. The region boasts 2,000km of quiet roads, perfect for enjoying the breathtaking surroundings by the sea and hills.

Epic events

Between March and July, there are a number of cycling-specific events held in the Costa Dorada, including a few Gran Fondos, which pull in the crowds and avid cyclists. Some of the bigger ones take centre stage in Priorat, Cambrils, Tarragona and La Mussara.

Pick your place

Between the villages, peaks and vineyards, it’s an abundance of scenic stretches. That includes leisurely cycles along the coast, as well as the iconic La Mussara route, and around the lush Priorat bodegas.

Costa Dorada cycling hotels

  • Salou >> La Mussara >> Cambrils
  • Falset >> Margalef >> Falset
  • Cambrils >> Vilaplana >> Cambrils

Salou >> La Mussara >> Cambrils

Difficulty: 5/5

Climb Level: 5/5

Max Altitude: 980m

Distance: 110.3km

The Route: This route starts in stunning Salou and climbs to La Mussara, with highlights also in Cambrils.

Falset >> Margalef >> Falset

Difficulty: 4/5

Climb Level: 4/5

Max Altitude: 781m

Distance: 87.4km

The Route: The cycling starts in Falset through to Margalef village near the edge of Montsant, then the route returns via Porrera.

Cambrils >> Vilaplana >> Cambrils

Difficulty: 5/5

Climb Level: 5/5

Max Altitude: 979m

Distance: 125.1km

The Route: You might start and finish in Cambrils, but you’ll see plenty of pretty hillsides and traditional towns en route.

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