Fuerteventura

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Roadbike Holidays in Fuerteventura

Hotel Playitas Resort ****

Canary Islands, Spain

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Rennrad Urlaub in Fuerteventura

Roadbike highlights

  • All-year round racing cycle season
  • Perfect conditions for triathletes
  • Well-asphalted side roads with low traffic

Bike season

January - December

The temperatures here are constant almost all year long. The region is an area with very low precipitation and is therefore perfect for your racing cycle holiday. The constant wind or a dive into the sea provide refreshment.

Racing cycle holiday on Fuerteventura
Fuerteventura is the second-largest of the Canary Islands and is located in the Atlantic Ocean west of Morocco. The island is the ideal place for racing cycling in all 4 seasons. The climate is mild throughout the year. This is why Fuerteventura is also called Island of Eternal Spring. The temperatures in spring and autumn are around 25 degrees and the water is pleasantly warm. The best time for travelling is February to May and October/November.

Racing cycling on Fuerteventura 
Miles of sandy beaches, solitary mountain landscapes with volcanic cones and scattered villages characterise the island. The north of the island is ideal if you prefer leisurely, less challenging tours. A selection of easy and intermediate routes is available inland. The south of the island offers difficult cycling tours. A top level of fitness is required for crossing the El Cardon and on the mountain ranges around Pajara and Betancuria as the ascents here are very long and in part very steep. Although refreshing, the strong trade wind should not be underestimated when planning a tour.

Rennradfahren auf Fuerteventura 
Kilometerlange Sandstrände, einsame Berglandschaften mit Vulkankegel und kleine verstreute Dörfer prägen die Insel. Wer gerne gemütliche, wenig anspruchsvolle Touren fährt, ist im Norden der Insel gut aufgehoben. Im Landesinneren wählt man zwischen leichten und mittleren Strecken. Schwerere Radtouren findet man im Süden der Insel. Vor allem über den El Cardon sowie auf den Bergketten um Pajara und Betancuria benötigt man ein gute Kondition, da hier lange, teilweise steile Anstiege warten. Beachten sollte man den starken Passatwind, der zwar für Abkühlung sorgt, aber bei der Tourenplanung nicht unterschätz werden darf.

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