Our recommended Hotels for cyclists

Cycling Hotels offer a wide variety of facilities for the individual cyclist and even the cycling pro-teams for a great cycling holiday or training camp. The facilities include a wide variety of bike hire, secure bike storage, bike maintenance area with tools and bike wash area. Some of the featured hotels also offer a cycling shop providing cyclists all the essential products they may need while away training.


Majorca Cycling Hotels

Majorca is one of the most popular cycling destinations in the world and cyclists call it the ‘cyclist’s paradise’. It’s the combination of the local climate with the mild winters, the beautiful and well maintained road network and finally the island’s terrain, as it provides different routes to suit everyone’s fitness level. Most popular of all is the Tramuntana mountain range with its scenic routes and amazing climbing. See our Majorca cycling / bike friendly hotels here

Tenerife Cycling Hotels

Tenerife boasts an unbeatable climate that’s perfect all year around, and the island has become a small paradise for cyclists. Tenerife offers different cycling routes ranging from seaside flat routes to steep and long ascents, taking you through areas like La Orotava and Teide National Park. Mount Teide with its summit at 3,718m above sea level, dominates the island’s landscape and this is the main reason why cyclists, including pro-teams, come to Tenerife. Whether you’re a pro cyclist or a beginner, you’re sure to find a bike route suitable to your abilities, as well as all the necessary cycling equipment to get out and explore the amazing cycling routes Tenerife has to offer. Don’t forget jackets and arm warmers though as the island’s forecast can change from one minute to the next due to its microclimates. It all depends on the area you’re cycling as the north is always cooler, which can be a plus during the summer months. See our Tenerife cycling / bike friendly hotels here

Lanzarote Cycling Hotels

Lanzarote has been popular with cyclists for many years as the weather can be a bit more predictable than Tenerife and Gran Canaria. Perfect climate for winter cycling but summer and especially during July and August temperature can reach up to 40 degrees. Lanzarote can be very windy at times so always make sure you check the wind forecast before committing to your cycling holiday. The islands terrain varies with lots of flat routes and a few climbs too. Costa Teguise, at the north-east of the island, is one of the best areas to stay for your cycling holiday. You will find plenty of climbs on the way to Tabayesco and enjoy of fantastic views from "Mirador del Rio". If you use Playa Blanca as a base, at the south of the island, you will be closer to routes towards The National park of Timanfaya, El Golfo, Los Hervideros, Los Ajaches, La Geria and much more. The four elements, that make Lanzarote unique, as a cycling destination, is the weather, the landscape, the wind and the amazing road network. See our Lanzarote cycling / bike friendly hotels here

Fuerteventura Cycling Hotels

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Gran Canaria Cycling Hotels

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Costa Del Sol Cycling Hotels

The Costa del Sol and in particular the coastal resort of Benalmadena, Nerja and as far as the Costa Tropical and the resorts of Almunecar and Motril have been growing in popularity for cycling holidays in recent years. On the west of Malaga is the proximity of all the popular coastal resorts to Mijas mountain and the scenic El Chorro area. To the east of Malaga is the proximity to Sierra Nevada mountain range with some amazing elevations. Both sides offer a variety of excellent flat and hilly routes to suit everyone’s fitness level. La Vuelta 2018 featured a few stages around Mijas, El Chorro, Alhaurin de la Torre, Granada and the flanks of the Sierra Nevada. See our Costa Del Sol cycling / bike friendly hotels here

Costa Daurada Cycling Hotels

Costa Daurada offers a great alternative to the popular Spanish cycling destination. It offers a varied terrain with great flat and hilly routes; excellent accessibility through Reus and Barcelona airport, fantastic weather and a good choice of dedicated cycling hotels. The main resorts to stay are Salou and Cambrils. The hilly sections of Costa Daurada are located in the Serra de Llaberia, Serra de Montsant and Muntanyes de Prades. See our Costa Daurada cycling / bike friendly hotels here

Costa Blanca Cycling Hotels

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Murcia Cycling Hotels

Murcia is an up and coming cycling destination in Spain with great cycling routes. It offers a variety of flat and hilly routes. Both the excellent Mediterranean climate with its mild winters and the quiet but excellent maintained road network are the factors that attract more and more cyclists. Cycling around the Sierra Espuna, Sierra de la Muela and Cresta del Gallo is where you will find the majority of elevetions. Popular resorts to stay are La Manga, Cartagena, Los Alcazares and the great city of Murcia. See our Murcia cycling / bike friendly hotels here

Sardinia Cycling Hotels

Sardinia is home to some of the most stunning beaches in Europe with a rugged and mountainous landscape. The island is very popular cycling destination especially for MTB lovers offering great escapes, MTB routes and plenty of MTB bike hire choices all around the island. Road cycling is also very popular, with more and more place offering road bike rentals in the south and the north of the island and organising tours cycling the length of the island. It offers a great alternative too many established destinations with some amazing hill climbs and flat road sections. Most importantly Sardinia offers a good road network with excellent paved roads and plenty of traffic free roads to enjoy road cycling. Highest settlement rests at 1000m and highest paved road at an elevation of 1.362m above the sea level, located in the Monte Limbara in north-eastern Sardinia. The island enjoys a warm and sunny climate thanks to its location in the Mediterranean. The best time to go cycling in Sardinia is during the spring and autumn when temperatures are high enough but not too hot and there are at least 8-10 hours of sunlight per day. The average temperature high is 20°C, which is very pleasant without being too hot. In the summer months the average temperature high is 31°C and it is advisable starting your rides as early as you can do. See our Sardinia cycling / bike friendly hotels here

Tenby Cycling Hotels & Apartments

Tenby is a "postcard-maker's dream", according to Lonely Planet. It is also a well known town within the cycling community because of the hosting of some of the greatest triathlon events such as the IRONMAN Wales and the Long Course Weekend. The New York Times referred Tenby as the ‘Iron Town’, as these events have changed the local population, which now claims to have more triathletes per capita than anywhere else on earth. See our Tenby cycling / bike friendly hotels here

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