This cycling route begins in the town of Erts in the parish of La Massana and goes up the CG-4 to the port of Cabús. The average inclination of the ascent is 6.2% with a total drop of 962 meters; the total distance is 15.6 kilometers. This is one of the longest signposted cycle routes in the Principality. At the end of the tour we will find the sculpture Storm in a cup of tea; it’s a work of the artist Denis Oppenheim.
The best road cycling routes in Andorra
You have probably heard that Andorra is one of the favorite destinations for cyclists. It is clear that there is something special about its landscapes and ports so as not to go unnoticed by bike lovers.
Get your bike ready and dare to tour Andorra roads with it!
The wide variety of routes and the richness of the natural heritage mean that both local cyclists and those from outside the country choose Andorra to ride kilometers on their bikes.
In fact, both the Vuelta a España and the Tour de France repeat year after year by choosing the Andorran roads in their queen stages. There are also many tourist accommodations that offer facilities to this group, and they choose cycling to stand out and provide a totally bike-friendly service.
Precisely because of the infinity of roads and trails perfect for cycling that this country provides, it may sometimes be difficult for you to decide. To choose one of the cycling routes in Andorra that best suits your needs, you may look at the starting point, the destination, the difficulty, the difference in altitude or the distance to travel.