Spain has become one of the most important touristic destinations worldwide, and 3 EuroVelo routes (1, 3 and 8) cross the country. EuroVelo 1 in Spain crosses the interior of the Iberian Peninsula from North to South, passing through historic roads such as the Way of Saint James, the Canal de Castilla or the Vía de la Plata trail. EuroVelo 3 - Pilgrims Route largely follows the course of the historical French Way as it passes through Navarre, La Rioja, Castile and Leon and Galicia. And the famous EuroVelo 8 - Mediterranean Route takes you through great and vibrant cities like Valencia, Malaga or Cadiz, where you can enjoy the monumental heritage and immense cultural richness of southern Spain.

National Information


All the information for cyclists along the Way of St James (Camino de Santiago). EuroVelo 1 and EuroVelo 3 in Spain. is the regional website for tourist information. On this link you can find information the route, a list for bike specialized accommodation, specialized travel agencies and bike support points (rent a bike, repair services…).

ConBici (NECC)

ConBici is the EuroVelo National Coordination Center in Spain, that is responsible for the development of the bicycle in all its facets, the development of bicycle touring and the promotion of EuroVelo’s commitment to sustainability, air quality and regional development.

Consorci de les Vies Verdes de Girona

This website provides an overview of greenways in the region of Girona.

0034 972 48 69 50

EuroVelo 1 - Extremadura

Useful information about the over 336km of EuroVelo 1 along Extremadura

EuroVelo 3: La Ruta De Los Peregrinos

The route in Spain largely follows the course of the historical French Way as it passes through Navarre, La Rioja, Castile and Leon and Galicia. The trail begins in the green Navarrese Pyrenees, winds down to the Ebro River and into the extensive agricultural plains of the so-called “Tierra de Campos” Castilian and Leon, before it climbs the attractive hills of the Leon Bierzo and finally entering the Galician forests that take us to Santiago de Compostela.


An EU-funded project between Spain and France to develop a cross-border cycle route.

Ruta Vía de la Plata

The Ruta Via de la Plata or Vía de la Plata is an ancient commercial and roman path that crosses the west of Spain from south to north.

Tourism Establishments in Catalonia

This website is a database about all type of accommodation in Catalonia. You just have to use the search tool to get a list of detailed accommodation.

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Enjoy Greenways in Girona


From the natural Park of La Garrotxa to the Mediterranean Sea. The ride is easy and fun. This greenway route in descent way from the Pyrenees to the sea is available for all, and especially for people who appreciate a slow-travel. This route is attractive, safe, accessible, with little slope and very easy to do. In addition, well signposted and car-free. With places to stop to take a picture or rest for a while. Ideal for beginners in this type of tourism by bike.

Noroeste Greenway and the Costa Cálida by bike and boat


From the Holy Town of Caravaca de la Cruz to the beaches of Mar Menor, passing the vineyards in Bullas and the Northwestern Rail Trail (Vía Verde del Noroeste), this 9-day trip will let you discover the wide variety of landscapes and villages of the Region of Murcia. Heritage, culture, relaxation and local cuisine will mix along the journey on calm local roads, seaside promenades and the Northwestern Rail Trail. From the pines forest to the Mediterranean Sea.

The longest Spanish Greenway


An accessible itinerary to all people, that allows us to know a jewel of the Spanish heritage as Teruel, world capital of Moorish architecture highlighting the towers and the roof of the Cathedral, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. From here, reaching the Mediterranean Sea discovering Alto Palancia Valley, a rural area in the province of Castellón. A must see “El salto de la novia” a very nice waterfall in Navajas village. The end of the route is the town of Sagunto.

Sleeping in a train and travelling by bike at the Andalusian "White Villages"


This greenway route from Olvera to Puerto Serrano in Cadiz and Seville provinces, is available for all, and especially for people who appreciate a slow-travel. You can discover the natural resources of Peñon de Zaframagón, roc declared nature reserve in 1989 and Special Bird Protection Area, that is home of communities of nesting birds and a large colony of griffon vultures. You can see a spectacular holm oak called “Chaparro de la Vega” a Natural Monument of Andalusia.