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  • 88.5km


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    The route takes place in the regions of Baix Camp, El Tarragonès and Alt Camp. We leave in the direction of Salou and enter the city of Tarragona and later cross different municipalities of Alt Camp. Once we arrived at the town of La Selva del Camp we began the ascent to Coll de La Batalla, 7 km long. long with a demanding section of about 400 meters at 11% maximum slope. The beautiful views of the Sierra de La Mussara to our right will take us to Alforja, from where we will begin a pleasant and quick return to Cambrils.

  • 147km


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    Nice route with two not very hard climbs. The Poblet Monastery was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1991.

  • 71.45km



    To crush the flat, take the bike and ride hard. Our route is on the old national road (N-340) towards l'Atmella and El Perelló. It is a road with little traffic, now that the highways have been made free, except for the transfer between campsites in summer. L'Atmella is about 35 kilometers away and the shoulder is passable. If we arrive at El Perelló, we will be at the gateway to the Ebro Delta and ride along the Delta Nature Trail, an infinite place to go cycling, although perhaps not in summer because of the heat.

  • 89.85km



    A route to enjoy the landscape of Priorat. Pleasant, winding roads with constant inclines, surrounded by fields of vineyards. The kilometers pass quickly, without us noticing. The landscape is constantly changing, and the proximity between villages makes the journey distracting. In autumn, the smell of pressed grapes after the grape harvest spreads throughout the region. Once we crowned the Teixeta, the descent to the swamp of Riudecanyes makes us enjoy the speed and we only have a favorable terrain until we reach Cambrils.

  • 64.92km



    Ideal route for beginners or to recover your legs after a hard day. Practically flat route to Tarragona, where we take the N-340, we pass by the side of the Devil's Bridge, one of the best preserved Roman aqueducts and declared a World Heritage Site. From El Morell to Reus there is a very slight ascent that is accentuated when we reach Les Borges del Camp, the highest point of the route, from which we begin a gentle descent to Cambrils, passing through the towns of Botarell and Montbrió del Camp.

  • 76.43km


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    Route through Priorat and Baix Camp, between three mountain passes (Colldejou, Coll de Falset and La Teixeta) and spectacular views

  • 117km


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    Relatively flat route with a large port of almost 70 km.

  • 142km


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    Travel 142 km through a movie-like landscape with the voltages of the Serra del Montsant.

  • 144.65km


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    This demanding route is a continuous up and down path starting at approximately km. 50 to 120 and takes place in the regions of Tarragonès, Alt Camp, Baix Camp and Priorat. The mountain passes of La Batalla, Alforja, Arbolí, La Morera, Porrera and Teixeta and the more than 3000 meters of positive slope make this itinerary a powerful leg-breaker to satisfy the needs of the most climber cyclists. The hardness of the route, however, becomes a spectacle due to the fantastic views we find coming down from Arbolí and from the Municipality of La Morera de Montsant, located at the foot of the Sierra del Montsant. A true treat for the eyes, which offers us the entire Priorat and reaches the Ports of Tortosa-Beceite. The descent is dizzying to Escala-Dei, where it is worth returning calmly to visit its Charterhouse. We still have 2 more passes (Porrera and Teixeta) until we begin the descent back to Cambrils.

  • 110.21km



    Route quite demanding and leg-breaking, it is necessary to dose and save strength for the last port of the itinerary, the ascent to the Castle of Escornalbou. This route goes into the Sierra de LLaberia, climbing the Coll de Fatxes from Pratdip, along a very pleasant road, full of vegetation. After Tivissa we enter the Priorat, passing through the villages of La Serra d'Almos, Guiamets, Capçanes, Marçà and La Torre de Fontaubella, from where we will start the second pass of the day, Colldejou. After a dizzying descent we start the ascent to Escornalbou Castle, with many sections of between 12 and 15%. We will return to Cambrils through Riudecanyes and Montbrió, always on favorable terrain.