June 2nd to 8th 2024
2.800 EUR / 1 person, 1 bike
Are you ready for an epic Pyrenees motorcycle tour? Look no further than “Lost in Pyrenees“! Our tour takes you on a journey across the stunning Pyrenees mountains, from east to west. Discover winding roads, breathtaking scenery and the thrill of offroad tracks as you traverse this majestic mountain range. We will show you hidden gems and amazing views, and our specially selected accommodations and meals will ensure you have a comfortable and enjoyable trip.
But this Pyrenees motorcycle tour it’s not just about the riding – we’ll also make time to explore the rich culture and history of the regions of the Pyrenees, with opportunities to visit small villages, try traditional cuisine, and visit historic landmarks. We will take care of all the details, so all you have to do is enjoying the ride!
Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity – join us for the motorcycle adventure in the beautiful Pyrenees mountains!
Pyrenees motorcycle tour: itinerary
Day 0 > Arrival in Cap de Creus
Welcome to “Lost in Pyrenees” motorcycle tour! Today marks the beginning of an exciting adventure through some of the most breathtaking landscapes in Europe. After arriving at our hotel, we will meet at 19:00 for the initial briefing and welcome dinner. This will be the perfect opportunity for us to get to know each other and to discuss the itinerary and details of the trip ahead.
DAY 1 > CAP DE CREUS – PUIGCERDÀ
Today, we will embark on a thrilling journey from Cap de Creus to Puigcerdà, taking in the stunning landscapes of the Empordà region along the way. This area is known for its picturesque countryside, which has often been compared to the beautiful Tuscan scenery. We will also have the chance to explore the medieval town of Beget, which is tucked away in the Pyrenees foothills. Its cobbled streets and charming architecture will take you back in time to the Middle Ages. But that’s not all – we will also be tackling some exciting off-road tracks in the Ripollès area, where we will experience the raw beauty of the Pyrenees mountains up close.
DAY 2 > PUIGCERDÀ – ARTIES
On our second day of the “Lost in Pyrenees” tour we will be riding from Puigcerdà to Arties. We’ll start admiring the beauty of the Cerdanya valley, just after we will cross the border into Andorra, where we will conquer the famous Pic Negre. This is one of the highest peaks in the region and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. After our epic ascent, we will descend to Andorra La Vella and exit to Spain via the famous “Smugglers route”, which was once used to smuggle goods between Andorra and Spain. Our journey will culminate in Arties, close to Vielha.
DAY 3 > ARTIES – GAVARNIE
Today, we will be riding from Arties to Gavarnie, mixing some of the best off-road tracks with mountain passes in the French side of the Pyrenees. After a small off-road section near Vielha, we will cross to France, riding the famous mountain pass of Tourmalet, that offer stunning views of the surrounding mountains. After a day of good motorcycle riding, we will be finishing at Gavarnie, surrounded by wonderful mountains.
DAY 4 > GAVARNIE – CANFRANC
Today, we will be riding asphalt roads from Gavarnie to Canfranc, taking in some of the most breathtaking roads in France. We will have some free time in the morning to have a rest and, after check-out, we will be riding west through the stunning French side of the Pyrenees, passing through small picturesque villages. The highlights of the day will be the famous road D918 scenic road. A lot of twisting roads and hairpin turns for today’s route! After a day of good motorcycle riding, we will be finishing at the famous Canfranc Train Station Hotel. This stunning piece of architecture is an engineering marvel, and one of the largest railway stations in Europe converted into an hotel. It is a fitting end to a day of adventure and excitement.
DAY 5 > CANFRANC – HONDARRIBIA
Today, we will be riding from Canfranc to Hondarribia, our final destination. We’ll be riding along the Isaba valley in Spain and then heading towards the Atlantic Ocean through the twisty and misty roads of Navarra and the Basque Country. A day with dense and beautiful forests. The twisting roads will keep us entertained as we make our way towards the ocean. Once we reach the Basque Country, we will be riding through traditional villages in the region. Our final destination will be Monte Jaizkebel, a stunning mountain that offers unparalleled views of the Atlantic Ocean. We’ve crossed the Pyrenees! Time to go to Hondarribia for our farewell dinner!
Motorcycle rental for our Pyrenees motorcycle adventure tour
If you’re planning to join this adventure but don’t have your own bike, no need to worry! We have you covered with our proved associated rental companies based in Barcelona (contact us for more info).
Renting a motorcycle for your adventure tour is a great option if you don’t have your own bike or prefer not to bring it with you on your travels. Plus, with our trusted partners, you can rest assured that you’ll be getting a well-maintained and reliable motorcycle for your journey. Our rental partners offer a wide range of motorcycles to choose from. They also provide a variety of accessories and gear to ensure you have everything you need for a comfortable and safe ride. Just let them know you’re joining our tour and they’ll take care of the rest.
Photos taken from our previous tours in the Pyrenees region with other groups and adventures
- 6 nights of accommodation in high-quality hotels with dinner and breakfast provided
- 5 lunches (with water, other drinks not included)
- Professional Roadleader who will ride with the group and provide guidance throughout the tour
- Support vehicle to carry luggage and equipment
- GPS track for the entire trip to make navigation easy
- Photo album of the journey
- Welcome pack with detailed information and a present to commemorate your trip.
- Airline tickets and taxes.
- Motorcycle for the trip and fuel.
- Compulsory travel insurance (online contracting available here).
- Any concept not specified in “Includes”.