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Cambrils - Reus - Tarragona - Cambrils. Road cycing Catalonia

64 km Distanz
464 m Aufstieg
461 m Abstieg

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CDTE (Costa Daurada / Terres de L'Ebre): Route 1

A medium difficulty ride, mostly through agricultural land, skirting the urban area of Reus, and visiting the centre of Tarragona. The ride climbs out of Cambrils directly, over the first 15km to Bornes del Camp. From there, the majority of the route is a descent, including the N-230 down into Tarragona, with opportunities to see the Roman Aqueduct “Pont del Diable” to your left - one of the most well-preserved roman aqueducts, and a World Heritage Site. From Tarragona, the route is completely flat, through Vila-Seca, back to Cambrils.

You will find this route and many more in Catalonia, on the Catalan Tourism Board’s map, here: http://act.gencat.cat/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Mapa-guia-Rutes-ENG-baixa.pdf

You can find more cycling routes and tips in the following links:

Catalonia: https://isyourhome.catalunya.com/experiencia/cycling-in-catalonia/

Costa Daurada: https://costadaurada.info/en/activities/sports/cycletourism-and-mtb

Cambrils: https://cambrils-turisme.com/rutes-de-ciclisme/?lang=en

Priorat: https://www.turismepriorat.org/en/rutes-tipus/cicloturisme

Terres de l’Ebre: https://terresdelebre.travel/cycling/es/index.php

 


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