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Tenerife by eBike
Tenerife, the land of eternal spring. It is true that coastal areas in southern parts of Tenerife have long ago been overrun by mass tourism. However, that’s only a small percentage of this beautiful island. We have hiked and biked all over the peaceful parts and behold: Old forests, original towns, lush vegetation, desert, volcanos… It would be a crime not to offer environmentally friendly e-mtb adventures here. Come and see the other side of Tenerife!
Tenerife eBike tour
- Start/end: Aldea Blanca
- Duration 6 days, 5 nights
- Highlights: Mountain views, sunshine, picturesque villages, Spanish cuisine, old forests, Mount Teide
- Self-guided (GPS)
- Difficulty: Moderate +, cycling experience and moderate fitness is required
- 1.February – 20.March, start any day
- Price 890 eur/person
- eBike, GPS, bike bags, other bike equipment
- Pre-planned route
- Points of Interest (POI’s)
- Accommodations: Bed & Breakfast style
- 24/7 phone support
- Support level: C (see “Info”)
- Meals or drinks
- Tickets to museums, cruises or such
- Flight tickets
- Baggage transfers
Itinerary (more details coming soon!)
Day 1 (15 km)
Start from Aldea Blanca. Climb to Vilaflor.
Day 2 (35 km)
In the morning start climbing to the crater. Carry supplies and water. Cross crater on west side. Descend on tarmac at first, then take a forest path and enjoy sporty riding downhill to Valle de Ariba.
Day 3 (35 km)
Day starts with a great “jungle trail” through ancient laurisilva forests. Cycle through valley of El Palmar, descending to the coast. Take small coastal roads to Icod De Los Vinos.
Day 4 (30 km)
Cycle across fertile valleys and small villages to Orotava valley. It is dramatically situated between high escarpments.
Day 5 (50 km)
Hard climb, mostly on trails, to the brink on Teide plateau. Carry supplies and water. Take a beautiful forest trail downhill for 30km to Arico. What a ride!
Day 6 (25 km)
Take the scenic (and winding!) road west towards Granadilla. From there it’s downhill to Aldea Blanca.