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Cycling in Tenerife

The combination of sun-baked flatlands and huge mountain peaks make cycling here a real thrill. Many of the island’s best routes give you the perfect excuse to explore further, delving into local secrets, discovering long-held traditions and uncovering the authentic atmosphere.
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Long journeys

Tenerife’s popular southern coast has a great share of exciting resorts and top, barely-rivalled cycling routes. You could take on a five-hour long, 65km journey that begins in the centre of the island and extends all the way to the water’s edge.

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Off the bike

You’ll have the option to stay in action-packed places like Playa de las Americas, with plenty to keep you busy. Costa Adeje’s slightly more sedate, featuring gourmet restaurants and classy boutiques. But either way, you won’t be far from waterparks and golf courses.

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Valley routes

From Puerto de la Cruz, you can easily access routes that reach ascents at Mount Teide, Spain’s highest point. Ride into dense forests towards Tenerife’s capital, Santa Cruz, or head to La Laguna, known as the ‘Florence of the Canary Islands’.

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  • Guia de Isora >> Teide National Park >> Cabo Blanco
  • Costa Adeje >> El Medano >> Costa Adeje
  • La Orotava >> La Laguna >> La Matanza >> La Orotava

Guia de Isora >> Teide National Park >> Cabo Blanco

Name: Adeje >> El Medano >> Costa Adeje

Difficulty: 2/5

Climb Level: 3/5

Max Altitude: 703m

Distance: 70km

The Route: This circular route close to the main southern resorts travels along the southern coast of the island before venturing inland. A varied route that allows you to take in the diverse landscapes of the island.

Costa Adeje >> El Medano >> Costa Adeje

Name: Guia de Isora >> Teide National Park >> Cabo Blanco

Difficulty: 4/5

Climb Level: 5/5

Max Altitude: 2197m

Distance: 66km

The Route: Cycle through the centre of Teide National Park and take on some mighty climbs on this epic route to witness the island’s oldest volcano.

La Orotava >> La Laguna >> La Matanza >> La Orotava

Name: La Orotava >> La Laguna >> La Matanza >> La Orotava

Difficulty: 5/5

Climb Level: 4/5

Max Altitude: 2302m

Distance: 98km

The Route: The route begins and finishes in the north of the island, noted for the cooler weather and greener landscape. This challenging route will take you up high into the Mount Teide National park before returning to the area close to Puerto de la Cruz.

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