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Camino de Santiago Family Bike Tour

Coast the Camino with the family and friends

From $5280

DAYS

9 days / 8 nights

LEVEL

Active

TYPE

Private Group
Small Group

REGION

Kingdoms of Navarra
Camino de Santiago

E-biking Roncesvalles to Leon

The Camino de Santiago Family Bike Tour is unique. Experience the unsurpassed thrill and sense of freedom that cycling the Camino brings as you follow the centuries-old route travelled by kings and queens, soldiers, merchants and smugglers. Watch history come to life for you and your family, inspiring natural curiosity and thirst for adventure. As you follow the trail of medieval knights and learn the stories of the castles and monuments around you, your kids’ minds will be opened and nourished with dazzling experiences. Whizz through the vineyards and forests, where every day is another intrepid adventure, and another terrain is there to explore. You and your family will get to experience the heady thrill of completion and a well-earned sense of accomplishment as you reach the journey’s end together.

Best Time to Visit

April, May, June, July, August, September, October

Highlights

  • E-Bike car-free trails and roads to wineries, olive groves, and ancient towns with rich history.
  • Coast the legendary Camino de Santiago using E-bikes.
  • Enjoy the fun of having your Pilgrim passport stamped along the way.
  • Feel the joy of comradery among the pilgrims along the Camino de Santiago.
  • Visit the World Heritage archaeological site of Atapuerca.
  • Sample the divine churros con chocolate and gobble up the all-time kids’ favorite fritos de jamon y queso.
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This enchanting territory and our immersive adventure tours are well worth the discovery, but if you really want to find out how to make your vacations unique, special and memorable, you will have to join us on one.

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Itinerary
Pamplona – Estella – Logroño - Santo Domingo de La Calzada - Burgos - Carrión de los Condes - León

Day 1Settling in

We begin with a meet and greet welcome, a chance to size up your E-bikes to fit and take you for a spin in the direction of the Navarra Pyrenees. Our cycling journey begins with a cooking demonstration in a private gastronomy club. First we learn how to make and then to enjoy.

Food: Lunch and dinner
Travel: Pamplona
Afternoon Pleasures: Navarra Cuisine Cooking demonstration
Sleep: Hotel Palacio Guendulain ****

Day 2Begin at the Top

The snow capped Pyrénées can be seen from the highest point in altitude of this stage of the Camino. Cruise a slow descent to Roncesvalles monastery and the crypt where the king and queen of Navarra lay to rest. Its strategic location is laden with historical battles and legends with figures like Charlemagne, Wellington, and Napoleon. Cycle along the ever-widening river Arga, and cross the ancient gates of the city, El Portal de Francia and into the Pamplona citadel. The capital of Navarre is a jewel in the rough. Through the cobbled streets of the historic quarter, discover 2000 years of history and culture and find out why Hemingway was captured by its year-round festive street life atmosphere. Learn about the running of the bulls while we enjoy a culinary walking tour of the city of Pamplona to enjoy the lively old quarter and its delightful pintxos and wines.

Food: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Travel: Roncesvalles / Pamplona
Sleep: Hotel Palacio Guendulain ****
Afternoon Pleasures: Pamplona Culinary Tour
How far: 26 miles / 43 km, elevation gain: 300 meters up /760 meters descent

Day 3Into The Medieval Ages

We ride along low-lying woods, rolling hills and golden meadows. We cross one of the most iconic spots of the Camino, El Paso del Perdón, with views of both valleys – far from the Pyrenee landscapes of the day before. Shrines and cornerstones mark our way. We stop to take a photo on the emblematic bridge of Puente de la Reina. In Estella, the medieval village of the kingdom of Navarra, we cycle along its charming narrow streets, discovering its unique Romanesque and Gothic architecture. The afternoon includes a visit to one of the most exclusive wineries in Navarre, Bodegas Arinzano for an exclusive wine tasting among the vineyards.

Food: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Travel: Pamplona / Puente de la Reina / Estella
Afternoon Pleasures: Exclusive winery visit and wine tasting (for the kids Mosto 🙂 )
Hotel: Hospederia Chapitel ****
How far: 27 miles / 45 km, elevation gain: 624 meters up

Day 4Pleasures of castles and wines

Along the Camino we stop on route to visit the Navarra winery Castillo de Monjardin for a private visit of the winery and enjoy their crianza and reserva wines whilst enjoy soaking up the views from their majestic palace into the row upon row of well attended grape vines and olive orchards. This section of the camino offers us easy riding along a broad pathway, picturesque landscape of vineyards and wheat fields from Villamayor to los Arcos to Torres del Río – the largest and most powerful Templar settlement in the region to Viana, the city of Kings and Princes where we stop to have typical Navarre asador lunch and then transfer to Logroño. In the afternoon, we visit an exquisite winery in Logroño. Take time to explore the hotel, or the town, or enjoy the lively old quarter of Logroño. We re-group for dinner to savour its famous pintxos and wines on la calle Laurel.

Food: Breakfast and dinner
Travel: Estella / Logroño
Hotel: Hotel Calle Mayor****
Afternoon Pleasures: Exclusive winery visit and wine tasting (for the kids Mosto 🙂 )
How far: 31 miles / 50 km, elevation gain: 584 meters up

Day 5Soak up the vineyards

Our morning ride takes us through Logroño, famed for its rich gastronomy, wines and its unique past and heritage. We travel past the pretty vineyards of the region to make our way to Santo Domingo de la Calzada, hence completing the stage of our route in the Ebro valley. Take time to explore the hotel or the town or or join us on a historic visit of Santo Domingo de la Calzada; a small town with a huge history.

Food: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Travel: Logroño /Santo Domingo de la Calzada
Hotel: Parador Nacional****
Afternoon Pleasures: Historic tour of Santo Domingo de la Calzada
How far: 34 miles / 55 km, elevation gain: 475 meters up

Day 6Through the ages from Atapuerca

Both the scenic countryside and the diversity of landscape make this section of the Camino great fun. Get ready for five star pathways in perfect conditions with flat sections out of Santo Domingo, jagged up hills into the Oca Mountains, vertiginous descents to San Juan de Ortega. We visit the World Heritage archaeological site of Atapuerca, where the caves contain a rich fossil record of the earliest human beings in Europe, from nearly one million years ago. Take time to explore the UNESCO Cathedral of Burgos. This evening, dine on your own – our guides can readily recommend a few favorite restaurants.

Food: Breakfast and lunch
Hotel: Hotel Cid***
Travel: Santo Domingo de la Calzada-Burgos
Afternoon Pleasures: Visit to UNESCO World Heritage archaeological site of Atapuerca
How far: 43 miles / 70 km, elevation gain: 680 meters up

Day 7Serenity on the Castilian Plateau

Along the Camino across the Castilian plateau, we will find many small villages with their centuries-old churches. We cycle in serenity along open clearings and wheat fields with the distant horizon inviting us forward. We cross the impressive Fitero bridge over the Pisuerga River crossing and we stop to admire the Spanish Romanesque architecture of San Martín in Fromista or the the ruins of the convent San Antón. No less impressive is our magnificent four star accommodation at the Hotel Monasterio de San Zoilo.

Food: Breakfast and lunch
Hotel: Hotel Monasterio de San Zoilo****
Travel: Burgos-Carrión de los Condes
How far: 43 miles / 70 km, elevation gain: 380 meters up

Day 8The labyrinth of León

This last day of the Camino is easy riding on wide paths in the fields of Palencia that will take us straight to the beautiful city of León. We cycle along the route of the Roman Vía Aquitana that linked the towns of Bordeaux and Astorga. Welcome to the city of Leon, a labyrinth of streets where bars and inns are bountiful and is the ideal place to celebrate with a Ribera de Duero wine and tapas.

Food: Breakfast, lunch and dinner
Hotel: Hotel NH Plaza Mayor ****
Travel: Carrión de los Condes-León
How far: 56 miles / 97 km, elevation gain: 392 meters up

Day 9Morning to Relax and Say Farewell

After a fine breakfast, we will assist in arranging your transportation to the nearest airport or train station for your onward travels.

Food: Breakfast
Travel: León

* NST itineraries may be subject to slight route changes, hotel substitutions, and other modifications.

Inclusions

Hotels

  • Select hotels that reflect the uniqueness of each destination

Food

  • Daily breakfasts, all lunches, dinners stated in the itinerary
  • Energy food, nutritious snacks and drinks on the road
    Wine tastings and cocktail hour
  • Gourmet dinners at our hand-picked restaurants and culinary events
  • Select wines, or beer with every meal

Support

  • NST local guides
  • Transportation during the tour
  • Support vehicle that follows the day’s route
  • Pick-up and drop-off before and after your tour from predetermined meeting points

Gear for Cycling

  • Top-of-the-line bicycle selection
  • Bike helmet
  • Complimentary cycling jersey, t-shirt, water bottle

Activities

  • Wine and grape juice tastings and activities as indicated in the itinerary
  • Entrance fees to historic sites, museums, parks, and all other exclusive events

Not Included

  • Airfare
  • Travel Insurance
  • E-bikes (we offer the opportunidad de rent E-bikes)
  • Dinners on free evenings
  • Gratuities for guides
  • Extra services not outlined in the itinerary
 

Tour Designers

stephanie mutsaerts

Stephanie Mutsaerts

Founder of Northern Spain Travel & Heart of Pamplona

Stephanie, the dynamo of our organization, is a Canadian who has fallen in love with northern Spain. She is enterprising, innovative and has an endless amount of energy to design unique outstanding travel plans, making her passion her profession. She has the firm conviction that until the product standards are exceptional, they should not be offered.

“Our goals are two; one is to bedazzle our visitors and another is to share with them what we find so extremely enchanting about this region of Spain”.

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Oliver Blazquez

Product Manager & Public Relations

Oliver is our public relations ambassador of Pamplona. Oliver has it all; charm, conversation and more knowledge than anyone about Pamplona. You will feel like you’ve made a new friend during one of his energetic tours. Oliver is always on the beat searching for the perfect pintxo and exciting out of the box experiences. He is dedicated to designing the most exclusive events for our guest always with our added value, like Hemingway escape to the Basque coast, or a walking tour of the Running of the Bulls course with an international runner, as well as destinations and activities off the beaten cultural track and many more.

“ This is our essential hallmark that sets us apart from any other events agency”.

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