Etapes de Tour

Andorra is the perfect place to get to grips with pedalling uphill for inordinate lengths of time, pick a road at random and before long you’ll be en route to a spectacular Pyrenean pass. There are 74 peaks in excess of 2000M squeezed into an area of just 470 square Km, which is why it has played host to the Tour de France five times since 1964, featured 2 complete stages of the Vuelta a España in 2015 and 2018 and has been part of the Volta Ciclista a Catalunya more than 30 times.

Andorra is fast becoming the place to live if you are a professional cyclist, La Massana is home to cyclists such as Joaquim Rodriguez (El Purito), Dan Martin and Estevan Chaves, with many more choosing the principality as their home and training base.

Getting there is easy, Barcelona, Girona and Toulouse airports are all equidistant from Andorra and are all served by the lo-cost carriers.

Region
Andorra
Destination
Andorra
Price from
499 EUROS
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Day 1
Day 1

Day 1:

  • Arrive at your selected airport and transfer to the 4* Magic Massana Hotel, located at an altitude of 1230 metres in the village of La Massana.
  • Early evening bike fit and equipment check before a relaxing dinner and a good night’s sleep.
Day 2
Day 2

Day 2:

  • Coll D’Ordino and La Coma D’Arcalis : 70Km with 1865 metres of climbing.
  • Coll D’Ordino at 1980 metres featured as part of stage 11 of the 2015 Vuelta a España, the stage was won by Mikel Landa, then racing for Astana
  • La Coma D’Arcalis at 2240 metres featured as the finish of stage 9 of the 2016 Tour de France, stage won by Tom Dumoulin of Giant Alpecin
Day 3
Day 3

Day 3:

  • La Rabassa and Collada de Beixalis : 80 Km with 2035 metres of climbing
  • 2 climbs that feature regularly in La Vuelta a España having been included in 2012 (won by Alberto Contador), 2013 (won by Chris Horner), 2015 (Fabio Aru) and featuring in 2017.
Day 4
Day 4

Day 4:

  • Arinsal and the Coll de Cabus : 60 Km with 1800 metres of climbing
  • Used as a summit finish in the 2010 Vuelta (stage won by Igor Anton, race by Nibali) this is one of the most picturesque routes of the week, camera essential!
Day 5
Day 5

Day 5:

  • After climbing 5700 metres in the previous 3 days, today is an opportunity to relax.
  • Spend the day in Andorra La Vella, Europe’s highest capital city, take the opportunity to shop duty free or spend a few hours in one of Europe’s largest spas – Caldea.
Day 6
Day 6

Day 6:

  • Coll de La Gallina and Alt D’Engolasters : 65 Km with 1800 metres of climbing
  • Featured in La Vuelta a España many times, including as part of what was considered to be one of the toughest stages of all time in the 2015 Vuelta, 5000 metres of climbing in 138 Km.
Day 7
Day 7

Day 7:

  • Port D’Envalira and Collada de Beixalis : 75 Km with 2300 metres of climbing
  • Your final day of cycling and the Queen stage! The Tour de France has passed over Port D’Envalira a total of 9 times since 1964, the last being in 2016 during stage 10 which was taken by Michael Matthews who out sprinted Peter Sagan at the line.  The Collada de Beixalis is a 6.6 Km climb at an average of 8.4% with ramps of between 16 and 18%, part of the 2015 Vuelta Queen Stage.
Day 8
Day 8

Day 8

  • Check and out and transfer back to the airport for your journey home.

What is included?

  • Half board accommodation at the 4* Hotel Magic La Massana
  • Breakfast and Dinner taken on a buffet basis with menus based on the Mediterranean diet and designed to be hyper-calorific for cyclists.
  • Hotel facilities include secure bike parking, swimming pool, gym and optional spa.
  • Shared Transfer from Barcelona Airport
  • GPX Routes

Self guided from 499€ per person net (based on twin share in May 2019 / June 2019 and from the 12th September)

Optional services:

  • English speaking guide: 150€ per day (groups up to 8 pax)
  • Support Vehicle: 145€ per day
  • Bike Hire: BMC Team Machine SLR03 or equivalent.
    • 1 day: 39€
    • More than 2 days: 35€ per day
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