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  Dates   13 to 27 April 2014  
  Duration   14 Days  
  Distance   1800 Miles / 2900 Kms  
  Starts   Plymouth UK  
  Ends   Portsmouth UK


  • The breath-taking Santa Semana Easter Parades in Seville
  • The devoted carry huge altars through the streets dressed in the traditional capirote
  • The UNESCO World Heritage sites of Salamanca, Caceras, Seville and Toldeo
  • The stunning Plaza Mayor in Salamanca
  • The Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See in Seville
  • The roads of the famous Ronda Valley
  • The Punto Nuevo Bridge across the gorge in Ronda
  • The winding roads Sierra Nevada Mountains
  • The quiet roads of southern Spain.
  • Authentic Spanish Paradors 
Fresh from the ferry, we arrive on Spain’s northern coast and trace a beautiful route through the Picos Europa and Sierras de Gredas mountains as we head for the wonderful cities of Leon, Salamanca and Caceres en route to Seville. Any-one of our three stops en route would be worthy of being out final destination. UNESCO Listed Caceres is enchanting and the Plaza Mayor in Salamanca is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful town squares in Spain. With a long and fascinating history, Seville is a blend of Spanish, Islamic and Moorish architecture and culture.  

We are here for the Easter Parades and it does not matter what your religion or beliefs are you cannot help but be moved by the spectacle and devotion.   Young men have battled for the honour of being allowed to help carry marble altars weighing many tons through the streets, the devoted are in full dress as Nazareno priests wearing their robes and capirote process through the town. The processions last for hours. FInd a nice tapas bar on the route and settle in for this most awe inspiring festival to pass you as you sip a glass of Rioja.

Our route from Seville includes the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the famous Ronda Valley road. We stop in Ronda for a night on the very edge of the El Taja Canyon that the town teeters upon. Turning back north, we’ll ride deserted roads through stunning scenery, stopping to visit Trujillo, Toledo and Lerma.  The walled city of Toledo sits atop a natural hill and dominates the town sky line. With a long and historic past as an armoury you can still feel this within the city walls, and we are staying within a stones though.  

Paradors and 4-star hotels form the majority of our accommodation on tour and so your comfort is ensured.  

  Riding Your Own Motorcycle F 700 GS or F 800 GT Hire Bike R 1200 GS or R 1200 RT Hire Bike
 Solo Rider in a Shared Room £1,995 £2,995 £3,395
 Solo Rider in a Single Room £2,495 £3,595 £3,995
 Rider and Passenger in a Shared Room            £3,195 £4,295 £4,695

PLEASE NOTE:  If you are booking with a hire bike and your trip starts in the UK we include two additional nights accommodation at the start of your tour.  Please ensure you arrive two days prior to the official start date.  This is to allow you to have a nights rest before picking up your hire bike.  You can then familiarise yourself with the bike prior to taking half day pre tour ride with your Tour Leader.  This way you are prepared and ready to enjoy your tour from day one, not spending the first days distracted fiddling with the bike.




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