Traversing the Iberian Peninsula from Saint-Jean-de-Luz near Biarritz at the Biscaya sea to Tarifa, the most southern point on the European mainland.
The Iberica-Traversa is a single-stage, unsupported, 1724km bike adventure across the Iberian Peninsula, following mostly unpaved routes and trails. The second edition of Iberica-Traversa starts in the north and will finish in south.
Ride through the megalithic tombs of the Gorafe Depression, between high cliffs scattered with ancient cave dwellings. Cross the ancient bridges of Ronda and ride along the historic trails used by pilgrims crossing the Iberian Peninsula for centuries. Experience the raw and remote beauty of the Bardenas Reales Desert while riding some of the best singletrack trail in Spain. The Camino Del Rey looms above the route in Andalucia, and the massive complex of the Alhambra in Granada eclipses the view from Plaza Mirador de San Nicolas. This is just a taste of the incredible experience that awaits participants in the second edition of Iberica Traversa.