Pyrenean Cycling Highlights

Climb the legendary Tourmalet | Climb the Aubisque | Climb the Hautacam | Ride the Cirque de Gavarnie



Price - £290pp

Prices start from £290 per person (Based on 2 people sharing a double or twin room) for 3 nights self-guided road cycling 


The best time to go is between May and October. For the best chance of a sunny day with quiet roads you will want to pick a date in June or September.


We provide the best range of cycling friendly accommodation in Europe, from small family run hotels to larger grand hotels.

Airport Transfers

On arrival you will be met at the airport and transferred directly to your hotel. A transfer will also collect you on your final day and take you back to the airport.

We recommend you fly to Toulouse or Lourdes airport.


Your stay will include bed & breakfast. Please contact the office if you would like to include your evening meals.

Bike Hire

We can supply the best bikes for hire in all of our self guided cycling destinations. Simply contact the office for more information.


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Sample Itinerary - We can customise this trip for you!


Day 1: Arrive in Toulouse and transfer to your chosen destination in the Pyrenees

We recommend a morning flight. After flying to Toulouse or Lourdes airport you will be transferred to your chosen destination in the Pyrenees. We always recommend to stay in the Lourdes valley, but talk to us about the cols you would like to conquer and we will match you with your perfect cycling accommodation. You will have time to build your bike (or pick up your hire bike) and grab some lunch. In the afternoon you will have time to ride the Hautacam, home to many a Tour de France battle.


Day 2: The Tourmalet

No trip to the Pyrenees is the same without taking on the Tourmalet. You can ride the Tourmalet from either way. We recommend you climb it the same way as the 2018 Tour de France, from the East side. There is a Cafe at the top for a well-earned rest! 


Day 3: The Aubisque

Today's ride takes you up and over the Col d'Aubisque. The Col d’Aubisque is slightly the forgotten mountain at the Tour de France in comparison to its neighbour the Col du Tourmalet, but the climb is steeped in history as well being one of the most spectacular road climbs to ride in the Pyrenees.


Day 4: Pont d' Espana

There is one final cafe run up to the Pont d'Espana. We recommend you get an afternoon or evening flight. If you want to extend this trip, this is possible. Simply contact us.







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