Discover the motorcyle tour paradise around the Picos de Europa guided by local bike enthusiasts. Empty roads to enjoy your bike through charming sceneries, unforgettable hotels and restaurants. But we don"t do tourism; we do riding. We mind roads, fine tarmac twisted high mountain passes, coastal technical roads and fast valleys by the river. We don"t jump 200 miles from town to town to see cathedrals and/or castles. Ours is about riding.
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And it is much more about tarmac than landscapes, believe it. What we care is about bikes.
Otherwise, we"d do photography or whatever, but for us the best side of this scenery is to ride on its astonishing roads.
We personally find it crazy to cross a wohle country -Spain and France arespecially huge countries- to get to your destiny. Get to Dover, take the ferry or cross the tunnel, and then again over 500 miles on a motorway or a boring A road, in the best case? No, thanks. We are bike enthusiasts, not lorry drivers.
We’ve prepared up to fourteen different routes, covering over 2,500 miles, selecting the finest roads around Asturias. Climb steep slopes to the mountains, reach twisted high mountain passes, ride down winding roads towards the coast. All spread out withmany optional activities and visits, such as sightseeing, mining or Jurassic museums, bear reserves, roman paths, Pre-Romanesque architecture... Feel at home in our friendly hotels and restaurants and looked after by our team, dedicated to ensure your comfort throughout your stay.
Although Asturias still remains a hidden secret and may not be as famous in terms of motorcycling destination as Switzerland, Aus... More info »
Have you heard of the renowned Picos de Europa? The most amazing area of the Cantabrian Mountains. Heights of 8,700 ft peaks combined with the sea equal a wonderful and unique n... More info »
let your motorcycle guide you! throw away its horse bit and let it lead the way! let it ride nimbly twisting the intricate mountain bends and roads. Breath the fresh air with th... More info »
One of the historical periods that surprisingly united Asturias with the UK. During its peak time the industrial connection between both countries meant that lots of young Astur... More info »
The central boroughs in Asturias have played a key role in looking after the unique Cantabrian Brown Bear repopulation. Its Foundation has a reserve where currently two females ... More info »
There are nineteen charismatic costal villages in total, dotting the entire Asturian coast. They all have the appeal of typical fishing towns and villages with their quirky old ... More info »
Why not step into neighboring Galicia as we cross the western mountain passes and make a stop to try its renowned gastronomy? We&... More info »
The cultural and historic heritage of our region is quite condensed in the central area. Oviedo, its capital over a thousand years ago formed the foundations of the Asturian Mon... More info »
South-western Asturias is a lush natural paradise. Fuentes del Narcea, Degaña e Ibias Nature Park, a UNESCO-listed Biosphe... More info »