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  • 62.49km



    Fast roads in slight ascent to the village of Riudoms-. Then more of the same for kms in the direction of Mont-Roig. Dreamlike tracks, some paved and others not. Before entering Mont-roig turn right and begin the ascent to the Castell. In the village of Vilanova d'Escornalbou you can drink water and get to the main course of the journey. You will go down some steep ramps until a junction that descends to the left to L'Argentera. We continue straight on and arrive at a crossroads where the last wall will lead us to the gates of the castle/monastery. They will not let you in with your bike. The vertiginous descent through a fabulous Mediterranean forest with a predominance of holm oaks. All paved and very well cared for tourism. Already down we cross Duesaigues- and fast track with many ups and downs until we reach the Pantà de Riudecanyes-. Once past it, you will immediately enter the village that gives its name to the reservoir. At the start of the ride, you will enter a wadi that will take time and fatigue after all the pedaling you have done up to this point. Leaving the Rambla, a small road with no traffic at all to access Cambrils, where you take a great bike path parallel to the coast that will end up in Cambrils.

  • 92.86km



    Route 100% Gravel with departure from Miami Playa, passing through Montroig del Camp, Montbrio, then towards Les Borges del Camp, we do a couple of kilometers uphill on perfect tracks and arrive at Castellvell, from there we go towards Almoster and down to Selva del Camp, we ride through plains near Vilallonga, approaching Reus and down to Vila-seca, from this area we will go more by secondary roads reaching Cambrils where we will take direction Miami passing through some trails near the sea.

  • 46.08km



    This simple gravel route allows, leaving from Cambrils, to get to know this beautiful and emblematic place of the Baix Camp. The route to the hermitages is very rolling and only the last ramps have a significant slope. Once at the top, in addition to enjoying the beautiful terrace overlooking the sea and the surroundings, it is mandatory to approach the other chapel of the site: through a corridor that passes through the "Fossar de les Monges" as if it wanted to defy the laws of gravity. The chapel of Sant Ramon occupies the place that originally occupied the castle. We undo the climb, we take the road up towards the village of Colldejou, through the Sierra de Llabería, which we leave to take a tarred track to make the last meters of ascent. The descent is long and fun, ideal for gravel, alternating a first asphalt section with a steep slope and a final section on a track. We reach the coast, just past Miami Platja, and return to Cambrils avoiding the road as much as possible.

  • 133km



    This route of high difficulty is one of the most demanding of the Costa Daurada. Only recommended for experienced cyclists, willing to take on intense climbs and descents and more than 2,400 meters of accumulated positive altitude gain. A total of 133 km in which you will cross the regions of Tarragonés, Alt Camp, Baix Camp, Priorat, 8 mountain passes and 16 municipalities, starting from Cambrils. Ready? Municipalities: Cambrils-Salou-Riudoms-Les Borges del Camp-Alforja-Arbolí-Cornudella de Monsant-Albarca-Prades-Capafonts-Mont-ral-L'Albiol-La Selva del Camp-Almoster-Castellvell del Camp-Reus Mountain passes that you will have to overcome: - Coll de Llebres (980m) - Coll de la Fueta (753m) - Coll Roig (758m) - Coll de Sant Roc (1020m) - Coll de Forcals (949,6m) - Coll de Albarca (774.5m) - Coll de Creu (697m) - Coll de Alforja (631,3m)