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Lanzarote Short Break MTB Cycling Holiday


An addition to our short break cycling holidays, we came across this hidden gem of a destination that is typically road bike territory and also viewed as "out of reach" for a short break. We took on the challenge to package the best short break MTB experience and came up with this superb and thrilling 4 night break, including 3 fully guided MTB and high quality MTB bike rental.

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Cycling Adventures in Andalucia

Like all of our Mollydoo cycling holidays, we like to get out to the destination and test ride all of the routes, hotels, and of course the food. This ensures when our clients get out there, we have the peace of mind that they will be well taken care of and enjoy their cycling holiday.

This trip, organised by our friends at the Spanish Tourist Board, was no different.  We were provided with a number of specialist tour guides, who had great knowledge of the areas we visited, and were professional and experienced as always.

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Good Reasons to Cycle in Asturias

The Principality of Asturias, a region of northwest Spain, is known for its rugged coast, mountains, religious sites and medieval architecture. Its capital Oviedo is a beautiful city with deep spanish history, traditional architecture and a must place to vist for anyone wanting to experience authentic Spanish cuisine, with its abundance of inviting Asturias restaurants. Oviedo, also has its own Mountain, Narranco, which was host to stage 9 of the 2016 Vuelta Espania where David De La Cruz took away the red jersey from Nairo Quintana.

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Tenerife Cycling Camps and Holidays

We have been providing Tenerife Cycling Camps, Holidays and Daily Rides in South Tenerife for 2 years now and have certainly seen an increase in Cyclist to this Volcanic Island. Tenerife is the largest of the Canary Islands and probably one of the most demanding for the cyclist. Why, simply because it hosts Teide, the highest point in Spain, at 3,700+ metres and a potential 2,300+ m of climbing for the cyclist.

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