Cycling in Andalusia
Why not grab your backpack, shorts, cycling shoes and come cycling in Andalusia on beautiful and especially quiet roads or trails in the varied mountain landscape of the Sierra de Tejeda Alhama & Almijara Nature Park (40,660Ha). The village of Cómpeta is located in the mountains of Andalusia at 640 meters altitude. Just around the corner from the nice & sunny village square with inviting terraces, you will find our accommodations. The atmospheric Mesón La Hospedería and the apartments of Granada Residence. Relaxed cycling in the hills of the Axarquia region or more strenuous cycling in the Pyrenees of the South, known from the Vuelta and the Ruta del Sol.
We are a small-scale, Dutch organization and have been cycling in Andalusia since 1994. We organise cycling holidays from the village of Cómpeta (Andalusia). We can have daily contact to provide you with route advice or tourist tips or to simply catch up with a glass of wine on a sunny terrace.
To fully enjoy cycling in Andalusia we offer bicycle rental with Giant Full Carbon racing bikes with Shimano Ultegra 22 gear, TREK Mamba 29 ", TREK 4900/26" and 29 "Specialized Rockhopper Comp mountain bikes. E-Mountain bikes are also available on request. Fill out the request form.
We have collected a large number of GPX tracks of cycling routes in our area. We will be happy to send these to you, but you can also download gpx routes yourself from the Wikiloc and Bikemap websites. You can also get inspiration from the Strava profile of a local cycling enthusiasts. As an option we offer support packages with cycling map and transfers to / from cycling routes in the area. See our request form.
The best climate in Europe
Cycling in Andalusia is done in the autumn, winter or early spring when it is wet and chilly in the northern Europe. A cycling holiday in the sunny climate of our region with an average of 320 Sundays per year, which is an average of 8 hours of sunshine per day. Our location is also very popular for walking through deep gorges, along overgrown streams and lost villages in the area. Cycling here can therefore easily be combined with one or more days of walking.
Welcome in Cómpeta
The white mountain village of Cómpeta (Andalusia), known for the Moscatel wine, is located at an altitude of 640 meters, at the end of a green, long valley and is one of those picturesque, white villages typical of Andalusia (southern Spain). Bright white houses with weathered, terracotta roof tiles, narrow streets with red geraniums and old men on a bench under. You cycle through a landscape with ancient olive trees from the time when the Moors still farmed here. A village full of memories from a bygone era, but also with small bars and restaurants around the lively village square, around the corner from the accommodation where you can enjoy good and affordable food and drink in the sun. Cómpeta is also easily accessible.
Arrival on any day of the week
You can arrive cycle in Andalusia on any day of the week. This way, you can take full advantage of advantageous mid-week rates to Málaga.
No hidden costs
With us there are no hidden costs: you do not pay any reservation, booking, administration costs or seasonal surcharge. Final cleaning is also included in the price.
What do our guests say about cycling in Andalusia?
We can only describe our MTB holiday in Andalusia as one BIG success, how everything was organized and arranged by you, with one word "FANTASTIC". It was of course very unfortunate about the fall of A3, but you also dealt with this quickly and effectively! We hope that many more people will use your personal approach and great hospitality for MTB holidays in Cómpeta. We have greatly enjoyed pour accommodation, the cycling routes, the surroundings in the nature park and your assistance, we have driven about 350 kilometers through the mountains of the beautiful Nature Park at the edge of the village. As far as we are concerned, we will definitely come back!
Kind regards from André, Elwin, Wim, Jordy, Marcel, Piet, Gerwin and of course A3.
MTB Club-Flakkee, The Netherlands