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22 Day The Camino Quest Cycling Tour from London to Santiago, Spain
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London - Newhaven, UK; Beauvais - Paris - Orleans - Tours - Poitiers - Angouleme - Bordeaux - Mimizan - Bayonne, France; Tolosa - Logrono - Soria - Jadraque - Madrid - Toledo - Ciudad Real - Fuencaliente de La Palma - Cordoba - Seville - Arcos de la Frontera - Tarifa, Spain; Tangier - Ksar el-Kebir - Rabat - Casablanca - Marrakech, Morocco

Summer Cycling Tour from Europe to Africa

The Camino Quest, a Mammoth Journeys' classic, takes you through the heart of Europe cycling the length of France and Spain following the famous Camino Frances route. Lush rolling French countryside, arid Spanish mountains, and finally the Santiago de Compostela, this route encompasses it all! There is nothing more satisfying than cycling to this iconic Spanish cathedral - a world apart from your beginnings in Central London.

Key information

  • Trip type: Guided
  • Lodging: Point to point
  • Terrain: hilly and flat
  • Difficulty level: Challenging (Cyclist needs to have a high level of fitness, must be an active rider, the terrain includes really challenging climbs/or 46-80 or more miles per day)
  • Total distance: 2,066 kilometres / 1,270 miles
  • Vacation type: Road cycling holiday
  • Type of bike: Road bike or gravel/adventure bike
  • E-bike: Not available for rent


  • Cross the magnificent Pyrenees
  • Ride pass Champs-Élysées and Eiffel Tower
  • Support vehicle for luggage transport and tired cyclists
  • Service of mechanical assistance and cyclist guide
  • Airport pickup at the start of your journey
  • 22 breakfasts and 12 dinners
  • 22 nights accommodation


21 days with instruction
Group size: Maximum of 10 participants
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Accommodation while on tour will be in three and four-star hotels. You will, when possible, stay in local homestays to experience a truly authentic getaway. Price is based on two people in a shared twin or double room. If individuals want a room to themselves, a single supplement will be applied - this price will be dependant on the duration of the tour.


Leg 1: London to Bordeaux (distance: 975 kilometres, duration: 10 days)

Arrival in London is the day before the departure date for a brief of the journey, kit check, questions and most important; pre-journey photos, and a tough introductory three-day ride for the first section. Leaving London as expected will be slow going until you get to Redhill. From here, you make great use of the quieter countryside and national cycle pathways. You can have a late afternoon ferry ride into Dieppe for a well-earned rest.

You will have a relatively simple second day, distance wise, as you head towards Beauvais and your first taste of continental Europe riding. A great day to get accustomed to riding on the right and segregated cycle. As with the start of the journey when leaving London, finishing in Paris is tough going, however, you

can’t ride through France without passing by the iconic Champs de Elysees and Eiffel Tower. One of the guides will help navigate through this maze to your hotel for the next two nights.

The rest day is a chance to amend any kit mishaps, recover from the first three days or explore the amazing capital city. A nicely weighted second section after your rest day is where you make full use of your rested bodies, with a challenging first day out of Paris. There is a very little climbing throughout the leg, just some lovely undulating countryside with some segregated cycle trail to make use of and quiet countryside roads.

Again, the guide will be there to help navigate out of Paris at the start of the second section as you continue to meander south. Each lunch break and the final stop for the day are in picturesque French towns and small cities. There are pit stops to pick up fresh baguettes out of small stone built bakeries, washed

down with a glass of local wine. It’s easy to see why the French enjoy their riding so much. This relatively easy riding between beautiful historic landmarks makes this a great opportunity for your body to adapt to multiple days in the saddle.

  • Day 1: London to Newhaven 120 kilometres
  • Day 2: Dieppe to Beauvais 120 kilometres
  • Day 3: Beauvais to Paris 130 kilometres
  • Day 4: Rest day in Paris
  • Day 5: Paris to Orleans 125 kilometres
  • Day 6: Orleans to Tours 125 kilometres
  • Day 7: Tours to Poitiers 115 kilometres
  • Day 8: Poitiers to Angouleme 120 kilometres
  • Day 9: Angouleme to Bordeaux 135 kilometres
  • Day 10: Rest day in Bordeaux

Leg 2: Bordeaux to Santiago

From Bordeaux we follow the coast towards the Spanish border where we are greeted by the beautiful Pyrenees. To ensure you are fully rested for these tough climbs, every night on the Journey is in hotel accommodation. We want you to cycle hard during the day and rest well in the evenings.

Passing up and over the Pyrenees is no easy feat, but the awe inspiring views are well worth the effort. As we leave Pamplona and head towards Alto del Perdon the full extent of this pilgrim movement hits you. Buen Camino being encouraged by those you encounter, endless 360 degree panoramic views, and mouth watering tapas - it's no surprise why Spain is a Mammoth favourite.


On this quest, you will journey across four countries, starting from England to France, Spain, and on to Morocco.


Breakfasts will vary dependant on the leg you are cycling. In Europe, this is usually continental with the potential at times for a hot option. Lunch is not provided on the journey. However, Mammoth Journeys will give you some suggestions of options along the route, and in the towns and cities, you stop in.

Dinner will be the main meal of the day. No need to worry about any more riding for the day so Mammoth Journeys can fuel you for the next day and replenish all that burnt energy, all on a mix of locally sourced and prepared ingredients. Dinner is obviously changing depending on the region you go through.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • 22 Nights hotel accommodation including the night in London prior to departure for briefing.
  • 22 Breakfasts and 12 Dinners
  • Support vehicle for luggage transport and mechanical assistance
  • Daily cycle guide and physical route maps, or GPS points
  • Mammoth Journeys cycle top
  • Recommended kit list
  • Airport transfer at the start and end of your Journey (conditions apply)
  • Bike transport return to England

What's not included

  • Airfare to the start or your journey
  • Transport back to London at the end of the journey
  • Insurance
  • Visas (although help and advice can be arranged through Richard)
  • Any tours, tips / gratuities, or meals outside of the described Journey
  • Any in-hotel purchases e.g. phone bill, laundry, room service, etc.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 12% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.

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