Andorra is a stunning destination for cyclists, offering some of the most breathtaking and challenging cycling routes in Europe. Known as a favourite training place and home for professional cyclists, the country boasts quiet roads and high mountain views, making it the perfect playground for those who love climbing. Andorra's cycling culture is also something to be admired, with many bike-friendly hotels and restaurants catering specifically to the needs of cyclists. Whether you are a seasoned pro or a leisurely rider, Andorra offers something for everyone.
There are countless routes to choose from in Andorra, each offering a unique and exhilarating experience. Some of the most popular routes include the Collada de Beixalis, which offers a 12.5-kilometer climb with an average gradient of 7.5%, and the Els Cortals d'Encamp, a 9.5-kilometer climb with an average gradient of 8%. These routes are challenging and rewarding, offering stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. For those looking for something a bit less daunting, there are also plenty of easier routes available, such as the picturesque ride through the Valira d'Orient valley.
Beyond the cycling, Andorra is also home to a vibrant culture and a rich history. The country boasts a range of museums, galleries, and cultural events, providing ample opportunities for exploration and discovery. Whether you are looking to challenge yourself on the bike, immerse yourself in the local culture, or simply relax and unwind in the stunning mountain scenery, Andorra truly is a paradise for cyclists.


Sample Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Andorra    

Arrive in Andorra. A private transfer can be booked to take you directly to your hotel. Airport transfers can be arranged with a trailer for bike boxes.

Once at your hotel, you will have available time to set up your bikes, or if renting a bike, a representative will meet you with the bikes at the reception area and help set these up correctly.

An evening meal can be booked at the hotel. Alternatively, we can advise on restaurants in town.                            

Day 2: Ride 1 - Col d’Ordino & Collada de Baixalis 

45 km, 1500 metres elevation             

Day 3: Ride 2 - Rabassa loop from Andorra La Vella

48 km, 1300 metres elevation        


Day 4: Ride 3 - Coma d’Arcalis & Vall Nord via Arinsal

56 km, 1500 metres elevation


Day 5: Depart for the UK   

Today you will be taken back by private transfer back to the airport for your return journey. Remember all our tours are bespoke and tailor made and we can alter any itinerary to suit you.




All trips can include the following:  

  • Bike friendly accommodation, including breakfast (see below for hotel examples)
  • Evening meals at the hotel
  • Picnic lunches on ride
  • Private Airport Transfers (return) – subject to flights 
  • Support vehicle with mechanical support 
  • High spec bike rental
  • GPX files and route information via an app
  • 24/7 support from the Bikecation office
  • TTA financial protection


Bike Hire

Add high spec bike hire to your cycling trip 

We have a range of incredible hire bikes to choose from which can be delivered to your chosen hotel. Our local team will help set your bikes up so all you have to do is enjoy your holiday. 

We advise bringing your own pedals and helmet but all extras are available to hire. 

All our bike hires include, a puncture repair kit, bottle and pump.