Tackling Ibiza’s fortified capital on two wheels would be a challenge, as the old center, Dalt Villa, spills over a steep hilltop.
A couple of miles north of Málaga is the rugged Montes de Málaga region, a rocky massif crisscrossed by rivers and streams.
Valencia is one of the best cities for cycling in Spain. It’s flat, easy to navigate, and packed with interest.
Take a guided bike ride from Vigo and you’ll cross over the Minho River into neighboring Portugal.
Historic La Coruña is one of Spain's most pleasant cities for cycling, although it's best to take a guided tour.
The capital of Mallorca and the biggest city in the Balearic Islands, Palma sweeps around a wide bay backed by wooded hills and crammed with yachts of all sizes.
An enjoyable way to tour the undulating vineyards of the Rioja region, near Bilbao, is on two wheels.
Cap Formentor, a craggy cape extending into the blue Mediterranean from Mallorca’s northeast coast.
Barcelona is one of Spain’s most cyclist-friendly cities, with some 160 miles of dedicated bike paths.