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.
Mollydoo is delighted to introduce an additional destination to our Beach & Bike Holiday Packages, Salou. As usual, our B&B packages are put together with the family in mind and also include a minimum of 3 carefully designed fully supported and guided cycling tours.
Last week Mollydoo had their first cycling club familiarisation (FAM) trip to the Costa Daurada with 8 cycling clubs from across the UK. The trip was supported by Spanish Cambrils tourist board and our partners, Cambrils Park Resort.
A big thanks to the following cycling clubs for attending the Mollydoo Costa Daurada FAM trip: Ross On Wye CC, Royal Dean Forest CC, Hereford Wheelers, Icknield CC, Chippenham Wheelers, Ronde Cycling Club, Edinburgh, InGear-Quickvit-Trainsharp, Clapham Chasers.
Mollydoo cycling started in March 2015 and has grown from strength to strength with particular focus on making a cycling trip not only more affordable, but more exciting, with a great selection of cycling trips to offer, from short breaks, grand tours to specific training camps, even with ex-Pro Cycling legends. Over the past year, Mollydoo has developed a special relationship with Cambrils Park, in Costa Daurada. We discovered this hidden gem whilst out cycling in Spain 12 months ago and could not believe what we nearly missed.
I was kindly provided with this video clip from the Asturias tourist board and it highlights just how historic and spectacular the Vuelta Espania actually is. We all know that the Tour de France is the most famous and iconic race in the world of cycling but the Vuelta Espania seems to get overlooked, maybe cycling fans are exhuasted watching 3 weeks of the Tour de France and see the Vuelta as second class? Maybe I am wrong but what you cannot ignore is the amazing landscape that this grand Spanish cycling race has to offer.