In this tour we will start with cycling at sea level. After Las Americas we will take the shortest road to El Teide. We will have to climb 34 km in one go. One thing for sure, we have lots of climbing pleasure. Via a rural road we will climb to La Camella.
Of the total distance this is the hardest part of the tour. It’s better we will start with it and we don’t need to end with it. After La Camella we will climb all the way up till Vilaflor with for a long while a spectacular view over the south coast. In Vilaflor we will have a break to refill our energie for the second part off the climb to El Teide. When we have reached the national park we have a short decend to the crater where we can spot the peak. Finally we will ride 7 km through the crater until the Parador hotel for the closest view of the peak. In the meanwhile when we cycling, we can enjoy more of this mysterious landscape.
When we have luck we will see some pro-riders in front of the Parador Hotel. They all there home base over here when the are on the island for training. When we return we will cycling via the crater in a long and easy decend to Chio for a stop in the famous bar Parada.
That could be the second time where we can spot the pro’s. From Chio we are almost decending straightly down with a few hilly meters up back to Las Americas.
Looking to complete that perfect cycling holiday, then we have put together a list of hotels that we would regard as been cycle friendly.
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