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Sea and Mountain. Road cycling Catalonia

93 km Distanz
1.889 m Aufstieg
1.884 m Abstieg

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CDTE (Costa Daurada / Terres de L'Ebre): Route 4

An expert level route through the Priorat and El Baix Camp with spectacular views. We leave Cambrils towards Montroig del Camp, cresting the first climb, the Colldejou, and entering the Priorat wine region. From here we descend to Marçà and begin ascending the second climb of the day, the Coll de Falset, from the top of which we get a wonderful view out over Porrera.  After descending to Porrera, the climb to La Teixeta begins. After 6km of climbing riders are rewarded with a fun descent to Duesaigües. The route runs alongside the Riudecayes water reservoir and once at Montbrio del Camp, we have 20km of descending to Vila-Seca, and 6km of flat riding back to Cambrils. 

You will find this route and many more in Catalonia, on the Catalan Tourism Board’s map, here:

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