Upon arrival arrive in Tenerife South airport, we will take you to the hotel.
You have the option of a new rider week, volcano week or the challenge week and the itinerary below explain what you can expect on each.
From Los Cristianos, you will ride up to La Centinela with just a gradual climb. Then it's down to Granadilla, Vilaflor and eventually back to Los Cristianos.
Today's ride is 65km in distance, with an elevation gain of 1,450m.
From Los Cristianos, you will start an amazing ride to Abades, a beautiful coastal town, filled with small white bungalows and family run restaurants, serving delicious local food..
Today's ride is 90km in distance, with an elevation gain of 1750m.
Today is a challenging day. After a ride through Tamaimo and & Santiago del Teide you have the option to climb one of the most famous Tenerife roads, Masca. The views from the short climb are awesome. You then ride to Chio before a 24km climb to El Teide, the mythical volcano looming over the island. After a couple of shorter climbs and an exhilarating descent, you will arrive back in Los Cristianos.
Today's ride is 80km in distance, with an elevation gain of between 2300m.
Let your legs recover with a gentle ride along the coast to El Medano where the emphasis is on enjoying the scenery, spinning the legs and finding great cafe stops.
Today's ride is between 43km with an elevation gain of 700m.
Today you will be taken to Arico where you will start your ride. passing through Guimar, we head up to El Teide with a 34km climb. Quite incredible scenery awaits you today as you ride through the beautiful El Teide national park offering views across the island.
Today's ride is 82km in distance, with an elevation gain of 2300m.
Today is the last day on the bike. You can either ride from Vilaflor or the hotel today depending on how you are feeling. The ride takes in a few more El Teide photo opportunities before a breathtaking descent to La Orotava for some home local cooked paella
Today's ride is between 82km in distance, with an elevation gain of 2750m.
Today we will take you back to the airport for your return flight home.
The island of eternal Spring is a Mecca for cycling enthusiasts looking to soak up some winter sunshine. The volcanic island offers some spectacular views across the glistening Atlantic, especially from Mount Teide.
Winters are extremely pleasant and even the hot summer months aren’t quite as hot as mainland Spain. Mount Teide influences Tenerife’s climate with the north being cooler and wetter than the south, but in reality, you’re likely to be basking in sunshine on a cycling holiday to Tenerife.