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  • Testing yourself with challenging training routes
  • Completely flexible holiday allowing you to ride all 7 days or less if you prefer
  • Ride the intermediate groups if you prefer a slightly slower pace
  • Lanzarote sunshine
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Lanzarote Advanced Cycling Week

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What we love About Lanzarote Advanced Cycling Week

We love...Breathtaking Coastal Riding
As you cycle on tarmacked roads, parallel to the golden Lanzarote beaches, you will be treated to exceptional views over the Atlantic Ocean. The rugged coastline offers stunning riding with the El Golfo Coast providing one of many outstanding rides on the island.
We love...The Climbing
Whilst Lanzarote is flatter than its neighbours, Gran Canaria and Tenerife, the landscape is still fitting for those looking to test themselves with challenging climbs. The Montanas de Fuego (The Fire Mountains) are a particular highlight of the trip, as is the popular 10km climb in Tabeyesco Valley.
We love...Great weather all year round
In comparison to the other Canary Islands, Lanzarote has more consistent sun all year round. This makes for perfect rides throughout each season, including winter when the notorious Lanzarote winds have calmed down.

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Day by Day

Day 1Femes (Monday)
Total distance77kmTotal climb1075m

Your first cycle of Lanzarote will be to the village of Puerto Calero, followed by a 10km climb of La Asomanda. Next you will cycle south through Conil and Playa Blanca to the Wine Valley of Uga and Yaiza, a secluded village. The most challenging part will be the 4km climb to Femes (maximum 20% gradient). The view from lunch will look over Playa Blanca and another Canary Island – Fuerteventura. There will be many wineries passed on the way back to Puerto del Carmen.

Today is ridden at approximately 24-28km/h.

Day 2Mirador Del Rio (Tuesday)
Total distance121kmTotal climb1655m

Today you will cycle up to Tias and Montana Blanca, reaching Monumento al Campesino and then upwards to the village of Los Valles. The journey back will be leisurely – through the Valley of a Thousand Palm Trees and Haria, a historic village which lies within. The ride to El Mirador del Rio involves a combination of upward and downward descents, but they will be worth it when you see the view of La Graciosa Island and its surroundings. From here, you will cycle onto Orzola.

Today is ridden at approximately 24-28km/h.

Day 3Fire Mountains (Wednesday)
Total distance65kmTotal climb950m

Cycle towards Puerto Calero, then onto Uga, to reach Montanas del Fuego (The Fire Mountains). The 5km climb may be challenging, but upon reaching the summit you will be rewarded with a view of camel safaris. The next ride from Tinajo is downhill to La Santa, a fishing village. It is then time to cycle uphill to Soo and Tiaga, before heading back to Puerto del Carmen, cycling through Tinguaton and Coni on the way.

Today is ridden at approximately 22-25km/h.

Day 4Puerto del Carmen (Thursday)

Thursday is rest day. You have the option of relaxing around the hotel and exploring the surrounding areas, or getting on your bike and completing a self guided route! Your guides will be full of ideas and inspiration.

Day 5El Golfo/Wine Valley (Friday)
Total distance73kmTotal climb838m

After a hilly start, today’s cycle towards the island centre is predominantly flat. It will take you through volcanic landscapes such as Las Montanas del Fuego (The Fire Mountains). You will then move onto one of the most popular cycling roads, down the coast of El Golfo riding through Yaiza and Puerto Calera. The final cycle is largely downhill with a beneficial tailwind.

Today is ridden at approximately 22-25km/h.

Day 6Famara/La Santa (Saturday)
Total distance71kmTotal climb922m

Following the “donkey road” to Tias you will see the western part of Lanzarote. The journey to Famara will be along flatland, but the downside is the wind blowing against you. Ensure this doesn’t let you forget to take in the views of Famara cliffs! There will be an opportunity to take a break and explore La Santa, a fishing village. Use this break to relax as next you will climb 7km to Tinajo, then cross volcanic landscapes back to Puerto del Carmen.

Today is ridden at approximately 22-25km/h.

Day 7Tabayesco (Sunday)
Total distance60kmTotal climb1025m

An essential when cycling in Lanzarote is the 10km climb in Tabayesco Valley. The route starts at Puerto del Carmen, then heads through Tias, Masdache and Teguise, which used to be the capital. From Teguise the route rapidly descents until Tabayesco Valley, where you will roam through coastal villages, aloe vera fields and gardens filled with cacti. Once the summit has been reached, lunch will be held at Los Helechos Restaurant. The final 40km is an effortless decent from 600m to sea level.

Today is ridden at approximately 22-25km/h.

Day 8Departure

Today you will be taken back to the airport for your return flight home.

Key Stats

8day holiday
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80km avg
Expect to ride an average of 80km per day
1100m avg
Expect to climb about 1100m per day

How's the Weather? in Lanzarote

The SpringMarch to May
Spring in March, April and May offers the best riding. There will be lots of other cyclists on the road whilst the temperature and breeze provide perfect conditions.
The Summer June to August
Lanzarote is hot in the summer and can be quite humid. This is tempered by the breeze on the coast so you can enjoy some excellent coastal cycling as well as early morning rides. The wind can be strong during these months so bear this in mind when heading out.
The AutumnSeptember to November
Autumn is a great time to cycle in Lanzarote. The summer heat has passed and the weather becomes perfect for cycling.
The WinterDecember to February
In the Winter the temperatures drop slightly. Rain is more likely but it should not be enough to disrupt your trip, you can still enjoy great riding conditions.

Area InformationFor Lanzarote

Lanzarote offers almost pristine tarmac. The roads are in great condition with very little traffic and the island is much flatter than its neighbours, Tenerife and Gran Canaria. There are still climbs but you can also enjoy long and spectacular undulating roads.

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