Seville to Granada Charity Cycle Ride

This Andalusian adventure will see you riding through beautiful southern Spain passing sunflower and orange plantations, olive groves, rolling fields and historic cities. We pass through many of the famous White Towns of Andalusia and tackle some tough climbs in the area’s many mountain ranges.

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Trip Date: 9th - 14th October 2018
Registration Fee: £125
Sponsorship Level: £1900
Self-Funding Price: £950

Day 1

Arrive in Seville at your leisure, flights are not included for this challenge to give you flexibility. We will give you an option to have your bikes driven over or you can arrange to fly with your bike if you prefer. We will meet in our hotel in the evening for a meal and a trip briefing.

Day 2
Seville to Jerez ‐ 75 miles

We start our cycle in the historic city of Seville, the route is relatively flat today as we cycle through the coastal plains of the Donana National Park. The park is an UNESCO world heritage site and home to a small population of endangered Iberian lynx, so keep your eyes peeled!

Day 3
Jerez to Ronda ‐ 85 miles

We climb gradually today as we make our way through another one of Spain’s beautiful National Parks to the stunning city of Ronda. The city lays perched upon a canyon, you will be free to explore its wonders in the evening.

Day 4
Ronda to Malaga ‐ 80 miles

Today is mostly downhill as we cycle through traditional Spanish countryside and mountain passes on our way to the seaside city of Malaga. Our hotel is just along the coast so you may have time for a quick dip!

Day 5
Malaga to Granada: ‐ 80 miles

Our final day in the saddle and a tough day of climbing as we take on the peaks of the Sierra Nevada National Park before celebrating our finish in the Moorish city of Granada. Granada is home to the famous Alhambra Palace – definitely worth a visit.

Day 6

The day is yours to make your onward journey home or enjoy all that Granada has to offer. The bikes will be transported back in our lorry if you opted for them to be collected before departure otherwise you will need to arrange for them to be taken on your flight home

Due to the nature of this challenge please note that distances given are approximate and the itinerary is subject to change

There are still some places available on our next Andulasian Adventure.

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Your Seville to Granada Cycle takes place:

9th ‐ 14th October 2018

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Self funding tour costs:


Raising for charity sponsorship:


Number of days:

6 days(5 nights)


Spain is pretty warm even in October, mean daily temperatures of 21°C with a high chance of sunny skies. It may be chillier in the mornings or up in the mountains so either arm warmers or a lightweight waterproof are still advised.

Whats included:

All meals from the evening on Day 1 to breakfast on Day 6, rest/hydration stops enroute, Skyline crew support, support vehicles, optional bike transfer, hotels, luggage transfer.

What's not included:

Personal travel insurance, flights, bike insurance, kit.

Passport & Visas:

A valid ten-year passport with at least 6 months to run is essential. Currently no visas are required for European citizens, other nationalities are advised to check with embassy.


Contact your GP or travel clinic for the latest information but there are no specific vaccinations required for Spain.


Spanish food is great – plenty of meat, fish and vegetables. There are hundreds of tapas restaurants in the region that provide great sharing foods. Most dietary requirements can be catered for, please advise us at point of booking.


During the cycle we will be staying at 2-3* hotels, rooms are shared on a twin basis.

How fit do I need to be?

The Seville to Granada Cycle is a demanding challenge and being a keen cyclist is a must. We will provide you with a thorough training guide prior to the challenge – remember by ensuring you train correctly you will find the trip more enjoyable!

Can I extend my trip?

Of course, flights are not included in this trip to give you extra flexibility with your travel arrangements.

What do I need to bring?

You will need to bring your own bike; a road bike is essential for this adventure. You will also need a GPS cycle computer as the route will be followed via GPX files.

How many people can take part?

The average group size is about 50 people although this does vary considerably from trip to trip

Is there an age restriction?

You will need to be over 18 but there is no upper age limit. If you are over 65 will just need to get a medical form signed by your doctor.

What about the insurance?

You must have travel insurance cover in order to participate in this challenge. You can either arrange this yourself (as long as your insurance company is aware of the nature of what you are doing and that it is a charity event) or we can help you arrange this.

Choosing Your Charity

With so many different charities out there we want to make choosing a charity as simple as possible for you! Here at Skyline we work with hundreds of UK based charities on our overseas treks and cycles – simply take a look at the list below to find the one for you.

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We've given you a few examples of our most popular charities below to help you decide but should you have a cause that is close to you or know of a cause that you haven't seen in our charity list then we can certainly contact them on your behalf and arrange everything for you.

Some of the popular charities people with us chose to support include:

Alzheimer's Society
Breast Cancer Care
Institute of Cancer Research
Kidney Research UK
Leukaemia Care
Marie Curie Cancer Care
Make a Wish Foundation
Meningitis Trust
Your Local Hospice

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There are a limited number of places available on our next Andalusian Adventure, further dates maybe available so please call us for details.