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Cycle the Camino Frances from Roncesvalles to Burgos

Cycle the Camino Frances from Roncesvalles to Burgos map

Camino Frances 1/3 by Bike

This Cycling Holiday explores the first section of the Camino Frances / French Way by Bike, the most traditional of all the pilgrim routes to Santiago de Compostela and the best known internationally. The route, which was established in the late 11th century reaching the tomb of St James the Great, crosses the North of the Iberian Peninsula, through the Basque Country, Navarra, La Rioja, Castilla y Leon and Galicia regions of Spain. Nowadays, cycling on the Camino has become an incredibly popular way of enjoying this once-in-a-lifetime journey to Santiago de Compostela. Read more

Cycle de Camino Frances 1/3 Day 1Roncesvalles

With its collegiate church, old monastery and chapel of Santiago, Roncesvalles has a strong link to the Camino de Santiago. It is also one of the major spots of all the routes to the tomb of St James as this is where all pilgrims gather to to start their journey to Santiago de Compostela via the French Way. Set at the foothills of the Pyrenees (Alt. 1000m), this peaceful place seems to exist because of, and for, the Camino.

Cycle de Camino Frances 1/3 Day 2Roncesvalles to Pamplona (48km)

Leaving the Pyrenees behind us, we cycle down to Pamplona (Alt. 450m) through the undulating terrain of the Basque Country via woodlands and hilly cultivated lands, before reaching the capital city of the region of Navarra - Pamplona.

Cycle de Camino Frances 1/3 Day 3Pamplona to Estella ( 44km)

As soon as we leave Pamplona, we notice a drastic change in landscape: sunflowers and cereal fields surround us as we pass el Alto del Perdon (Alt. 750m) before heading down to Puente de la Reina, where the French and Aragonese Ways to Santiago meet. The second half of the day sees another progression in landscapes as red earth crop fields, charming villages and vineyards begin to appear.

Cycle de Camino Frances 1/3 Day 4Estella to Logrono (49km)

Today is another beautiful day, cycling through vineyards and red earth crop fields. We also pass by a few famous landmarks of the Camino such as the Monasterio of Irache and its bodega, and the steep climb up to Villamayor de Monjardin. Shade also decreases as we get closer and closer to Logrono, capital city of world-known wine producing region of La Rioja.

Cycle de Camino Frances 1/3 Day 5Logrono to Santo Domingo de la Calzada (48km)

Yet another great cycling day, along red earth tracks and through the countryside of La Rioja. As the day goes on, we notice vines start to disappear and are replaced by more cereal fields as we approach Santo Domingo de la Calzada, another great milestone on the Camino de Santiago . This day can be seen as challenging as there are many ups and downs all day long and little shade.

Cycle de Camino Frances 1/3 Day 6Santo Domingo de la Calzada to Burgos (70km)

The day is spent through hilly crop fields, crossing a few quiet villages before getting back to civilisation in Burgos. This can be a demanding day as the length is challenging and because of the ascent/descent - but the final destination in Burgos worth it!

Cycle de Camino Frances 1/3 Day 7Burgos. End of the Camino

After breakfast we bid you farewell

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  • Distance:259 km
  • Duration:7 Days
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