What do you get when you combine the last MotoGP race of the season with an incredible one way motorcycle route from Barcelona to Malaga? Motorcycle excitement at its fullest! Starting in Barcelona this tour will zigzag between mountain ranges and beautiful coastal roads as it follows the Mediterranean Sea southward until it reaches Malaga, capital of the Costa del Sol. We’ll spend two nights in Valencia, where IMTBIKE has reserved the best seats for you at the racetrack. You’ll feel the exciting atmosphere as Spanish fans cheer their favorite racers as they overtake competition in the curves right in front of you. This tour isn’t all about motorcycling, you’ll also enjoy amazing hotels along the Mediterranean Sea and savor traditional Spanish cuisine like paella and delicious seafood dishes. You really can have your cake and eat it too and this tour has all the elements of a fine feast!
This unique motorcycle tour starts in Barcelona the cosmopolitan capital of Catalunya. Your first riding day will take you into the mighty Pyrenees Mountains towards Andorra and France. The walled medieval city of Carcassonne is just over the Pyrenees’s peaks and is the perfect introduction to Southern France! The motorcycling in Southern France is outstanding and the Tarn Gorge won’t disappoint anyone! Provence is famous in Southern France for its lavender fields and sunflowers and the scenery around Avignon promises to take your breath away! Two days in Avignon will give you time to explore beautiful Provence or take a ride to the close quaint town of Arles where Van Gogh spent his last days painting. From here mountains, canyons and the Verdon Gorge will lead us to Castellane located in the pre-Alps. Time to ride from mountain to Mediterranean Sea as we head to Nice and the French Riviera. Two days in Nice will give you enough time to explore, Monaco, Cannes and St. Tropez. Italy here we come! Portovenere and Cinque Terre’s charming villages await you on the Italian Riviera. Time for Tuscany! You will enjoy three riding days out of our base in San Gimignano located in the heart of Tuscany. This will give you enough time to explore Florence, Siena, Pisa and enjoy delicious cuisine and fine Chianti wines before returning to Barcelona on an overnight cruise ship. On this one-way jaunt through Spain, Andorra, France and Italy you will have the best of Southern Europe in one fantastic motorcycle tour!
This tour is for the experienced motorcyclist who wants to really delve into the incredible beauty of Northern Spain and savor all its splendor! More than three weeks on the road through one of the grandest motorcycle paradises in the world will leave nothing undiscovered in this epic adventure from the rugged Costa Brava and its intense blue Mediterranean Sea, to the menacing Costa da Morte and the Atlantic Ocean, where the Romans believed the world ended. This adventure starts with the mighty Pyrenees Mountains, one of the most dreamed of destinations by motorcyclists around the world, where so many Spanish MotoGP stars honed their skills as young riders. You’ll carve through its mountain passes, from the most famous in the Tour de France, to the little-known passes in Spain and France. All its beautiful valleys full of greenery, nature and life, its lush forests, its charming villages and its wild rivers and canyons are yours to explore. From there you’ll enter the Basque Country and follow in the footsteps of the Camino de Santiago (Saint James’s Way) pilgrims as you immerse yourself in the fascinating history and beauty that surrounds this famous journey. Time seems not to have passed for centuries as you make your way through Cantabria, Asturias to Galicia and reach the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela, where legend says that your sins will be forgiven. You will cross countless Natural Parks; protected lands where nature is shown in all its splendor, majestic and full of life. Your senses will be intoxicated as you ride through an enormous diversity of vineyard regions, home to some of the best wines in Spain, that are art and history in themselves.