Our road cycling tour starts heading the village of Navero (14.4km). Take your time to observe one of the most important bullfighting farms in Spain (Nuñez del Cuvillo) in the Grullo estate. This farm belongs to Vejer de la Frontera. We can admire and enjoy watching fighting bulls a few meters away.
We will continue our road cycling tour towards the town of Conil de la Frontera (19.9km). The road weaves and has ups and downs until we get to the districts of Navero and Barrio Nuevo.
Conil is one of the most picturesque villages of the Costa de la Luz, with places of high ecological and historical value.
From Conil we will continue our road cycling tour towards the hamlet of Vejer de la Frontera, called El Palmar. There during 10.3km we will enjoy the views of one of the most beautiful beaches of Cadiz.
We will follow the route towards Barbate (25.6km), passing through the hamlet of Zahora and Caños de Meca. There we will visit the famous lighthouse of Trafalgar, where the famous naval battle of Trafalgar took place in 1805. We will enjoy the beach of Los Caños of Meca, located at the edge of the Natural Park of the Breña. This place has one of the most beautiful views of the lighthouse of Trafalgar and Los Caños and also the view of the town of Barbate with its port and beaches.
The next stage will take us with our bikes to the exit point with a route of 16.9km. Enjoy the magnificent views of the Marshes of Barbate and also the visit to the village of Vejer located on top of a hill. Vejer de la Frontera is listed as one of the most beautiful white villages in Spain and declared Historic-Artistic heritage.
Depending on the level of the group and how fit they are, we can make an alternative road cycling route of 65.6km, passing from El Palmar directly to Vejer.
This road cycling tour has a distance of about 90-65km. and can be made in about 4-6 hours with some stops.
The difficulty will depend on how fit you are. We can choose different routes to reach the points described above.
The price includes: Box lunch, road bike, transport, material (helmet, gloves) and experienced guides.