The Costa Blanca has much to offer the avid cyclist. Our routes provide limitless options for different levels of cyclists; completely flat roads to medium climbs to tough climbs with fast descents.
With a perfect climate in both winter and spring, we are a chosen destination by a large number of International clubs, professionals and semi-professionals to prepare for their season.
We have a selection of predetermined routes, organized by distance, difficulty and maximum altitude level to suit all levels of fitness.
In addition, we offer a possibility to be guided by our Local Heroes; specialized instructors who tailor-make the route to match your personal goal.
Vall de Pop
Over the 56.74 kilometres that lie ahead on this route, ascend to the â€œVall de Popâ€, a Valley of the Marina Alta with great cultural and commercial activity. Cross the towns of Orba and AlcalalÃ, where the maximum altitude recorded is a total of 274 meters above sea level, through LlÃber and Jalon where the descend begins to Gata de Gorgos and Jesus Pobre, two villages which set the course back to Bellavista, where the journey began.
Cape of San Antonio, Xábia
If there was a place that exists to enjoy the best views of Denia, the Gulf of Valencia and Javea, then undoubtedly it is the Cape of San Antonio.
Beginning in Bellavista, from the top of Monte Pego, 15 kilometers of the complete 66 kilometer route is along the sea, this part takes you directly to the top of Cape San Antonio. Once there, with the lighthouse and from his vantage point, the views will captivate you!
At this stage the route is flat but do not relax, the Cape of San Antonio is shown against those who exceed their demanding ascent, in just 5 kilometers you climb from 4 meters to 184 meters.
Climb to the Coll de Rates
This route is over 130 kilometres and has some of the most demanding climbs of up to the 826 meters above sea level.
Once at the top of the second mountain pass, due to the altitude there is an excellent panoramic view from MontdÃºver in Gandia all the way to the Montgo, through to Javea Bay and Cape Nao, and ending with the Serra de BÃ©rnia, Benidorm beach and Puig Campana,Â on clear days you can also see the silhouette of the island of Ibiza.
The 3 valleys
Do not be fooled by its 70 kilometers in length, since this route may surprise you.
Despite not being a long run, the route of the 3 Valleys has an uphill cumulative altitude of over 1539 meters.
Of course it is completely circular, beginning at Bellavista, passing through Pego and entering the 3 most important valleys of the Marina Alta: Vall de Gallinera, la Vall d´Alcala and la Vall d’Ebo until finally beginning a descent back down to Pego, followed by a small climb into Sagra and returning to Bellavista.
The rider can stop for lunch and recharge at any one of the many mountain towns through which it passes.
Each one has a great charm and preserves the traditions and cultures of the Marina Alta.