Delivery and Pick Up

We also offer a delivery and a pick up service for our bikes in the province of Malaga

If you would like to order this delivery and pick up service of the bikes please contact us beforehand indicating the exact address of you hotel or apartment. Here you can find more information about the transporting service that we offer.

Exits from Malaga by bike

How to leave the city center by bike?

In our section with maps and information about the area you can also download a map showing the exits from the city center by bike, especially for our proposed cycling routes (PDF, 11.2MB)

Guided bike tours

We also offer guided MTB tours in Malaga and road bike tours in Andalusia.

We offer a lot of different bike tours for people who are planning their cycling holiday in Malaga. Here you can find information about road bike cycling training in Andalusia or guided mountain bike tours in Malaga.

Malaga -> El Chorro -> Lakes Guadalhorce -> Teba -> Serrato -> El Burgo -> Yunquera -> Alozaina -> Zalea -> Malaga
Malaga road bike training routes – Malaga-El Chorro

Road bike cycling routes Andalusia

Technical difficulty: level 5
Distance: 185 km
Elevation gain uphill: 2605 m
Elevation gain downhill: 2605 m
Elevation max: 943 m
Elevation min: 0 m

Cycling route description

This is nice and long round trip through valley behind Malaga called Hoya de Malaga, along gorge El Chorro to lakes above, keeping direction Ronda for few km's and going back via famous passes Aire and Abejas.  Enough kilometers and elevation will make it hard.

As always we you start in the center of Malaga following streets Marmoles / Maldonado / Avenida de Carlos Haya taking direction University for 200 meters and right again to enter street Navaro Ledesma and A-7076 / MA-405 for Campanillas. In Campanillas you have to change for A-7054 for Pizzara. Then change for MA-343 to go to Alora and turn for city. You will go on A-7077 which go partly through city and then continue to El Chorro. There you can observe nice gorge similar to Cheddar :-) but maybe higher!!! There you will enjoy first suave climb to the crown of lakes GuadaltebaGuadalhorceConde Guadalhorce. Nice place even to get refreshment in Kiosco Rest.

After break you keep towards main crown and turn left for Campillos / Teba via MA-451/MA-7286. Nice panoramic road between 2 lakes leads to crossroad, keep still for Teba and then turn left for Camping Guadalhorce. When you meet main road turn right and immediately left for Teba through C-341. Since this moment keep all the time for Ronda / Cuevas del Becerro via A-367. After 12 km's you find crossroad and turn left for Serrato / El Burgo road MA-477/MA-5400. Excellent asphalt and excellent climb to the pass Puerto del Aire (930 m.a.s.) fluctuating between 6% and 20% will test you well. Second part is impressive downhill to El Burgo, another opportunity to get refreshment.

Last climb to pass Puerto de Abejas (820 m.a.s.) many times done by racers during Vuelta's will finish your daily elevation. Nice road and later nice downhill to Alozaina will reward you much. On the first roundabout in Alozaina take left to Casarabonela / Zalea via A-354. Close to Casarabonela again right to keep on A-354 to Zalea / Pizarra. From Pizzara follow the same route back to Malaga.

logo-wikilocYou can find more details to this biking route and download this trail for your GPS, Google Earth or Open Map from Wikiloc page bike2malaga >>>

For this cycle route we recommend primarily road bikes.

This bike route is not a commercial route, but a recommendation from our side for your bicycle journey in Andalusia. Please understand that we cannot be held responsible for any inaccuracies in the cards for any inconvenience occurring on the journey and for the quality of routes marked on the map. It is your responsibility to maintain and take proper care of the rented bicycles to get to at the time of rental inherited condition of the bikes the applicable rules and regulations on traffic safety and on the road. The decision on which route you want to travel and what attractions you wish to visit is yours.

We are very grateful for your suggestions for improvements and suggestions to improve our bike routes in the future!

We also ask you to consider that we do not provide return service in the event of flat tires or other damage to the bike, and you need to return the damaged wheel independently to our shop. To protect themselves in advance against punctures, we offer in our shop emergency tools for purchase that allow the drive after a flat tire.