According to the World Tourism Organization, the popularity of cycle tourism has been steadily increasing by 20% in recent years. Many people are incorporating bicycle routes into their vacation plans to enjoy a healthy and sustainable alternative while exploring new landscapes in a more intimate way.

Accommodations are also adapting to cater to cyclists, with facilities like storage areas, workshops, and personalized cycling routes. The Paradores network, for example, offers these amenities in 27 of its accommodations, making it easier for guests to bring and enjoy their bicycles during their stay.

From the Ebro Delta Natural Park to the Palencia mountain range and the Andalusian town of Carmona, there are numerous cycling-friendly destinations to choose from. Each location offers unique landscapes, cultural experiences, and gastronomic delights for cyclists to enjoy.

Whether exploring the Aragonese Middle Ages in Sos del Rey Católico or experiencing the silence and nature in Galicia’s Verín, cycling enthusiasts have a wide range of destinations to choose from. The Paradores offer comfortable accommodations and opportunities to explore the surrounding areas on two wheels, making it a perfect choice for cycling getaways.

For those looking to combine cycling with history and tradition, the Eguilior Palace in Liminas, Asturias, offers a royal experience with its unique natural environment and cultural attractions. Guests can explore nearby sites like the Covalanas caves and enjoy the best fish and seafood from Cantabrian cuisine at the Parador de Médicas.

With the growing popularity of cycle tourism and the increasing number of accommodations catering to cyclists, there has never been a better time to plan a cycling getaway. Whether you’re a seasoned cyclist or a beginner, exploring new destinations on a bike can be a rewarding and memorable experience for all.