TERRAIN THAT SUITS ANY AND EVERY CYCLIST
The Pyrenees set the tone in the north, where you can find almost any type of climb without having to travel long distances. Alternatively, head east to discover the well-known Mediterranean gem, Costa Brava. The coast is carved with small bays and rocks that jut out into the deep blue sea. With almost no traffic, this is possibly the best coastal stretch of road there is to cycle on.
What else is there to Girona? Rolling hills, lakes, and towns can be found in every other direction. An endless network of empty roads linked together and meticulously maintained.
Girona has a vast amount of good vibes. It has received widespread international acclaim in recent decades as some of the best riding in the world and has become home to a large number of professional cyclists.
If you visit Girona, chances are you’ll eat in a restaurant owned by a pro rider, or at very least sit down at a cafe to have a coffee and the guy sitting beside you has won a stage or two somewhere along the way. Out on the roads, you’re bound to see riders you follow on social media putting in the hard work to make their racing season a success.
Girona is a cycling destination with a host of other attractions. We’ve never heard of someone who doesn’t enjoy visiting or riding here.