La Gomera is a small island just 35 mins away from Tenerife.
Highest elevation in La Gomera: 1,487 m (4,879 ft)
Good weather conditions all year round (min 15ºC – max 30ºC)
Superior Training Terrain with climbs to El Teide 7,709 ft or Garajonay 4,879 ft that rival the toughest of the Alps (Stelvio and Mortirolo)
Bike Friendly Roads, almost non-existent traffic, smooth mountain roads.
Our training camp for this tour is based at 3 different Hotels: 4-star “La Quinta Roja” in Tenerife the first 2 nights, 4-star “Hotel Gran Rey” in La Gomera and the 4-star “Paradise Park” in Tenerife on the south coast of the island in a perfect location to start our routes.
|DAY||RIDE DISTANCE||ELEVATION GAIN|
|SUNDAY (Tenerife) “Masca” – “click on the image for larger view”
|MONDAY (Tenerife) “King´s day” – “click on the image for larger view”
|TUESDAY (La Gomera) “Valle Gran Rey” – “click on the image for larger view”
|WEDNESDAY (La Gomera) “Garajonay” – “click on the image for larger view”
|THURSDAY (La Gomera) “San Sebastian” – “click on the image for larger view”
|FRIDAY (Tenerife) “Vilaflor” – “click on the image for larger view”
All Tenerife Bike Training itineraries may be subject to slight route changes, hotel substitutions, and other modifications.
We´ll finish the 6th route in our typical Canarian House in the North of the island, where Mama Delgado will greet you with a warm smile and the wonderful aroma of her expert cooking; the centre piece of which is always a huge Paella, cooked the traditional way, of course.
**(when booking the full package)
Alberto and Marcos, thank you gentlemen for a wonderful week of cycling. Your island is beautiful and dramatic, and the routes you guide and have crafted balance a great challenge with the best of the Island. You pushed me hard, Alberto, and I have come away achieving more than I could have hoped for. I have tired legs, but I know I will be hurting the boys when we ride out this weekend! – Christian Markus (UK), March 2019