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King Ferdinand’s Route by Bike: Northern Aragon

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  • 5 days, 4 nights, 4 stages
  • Level 2/3 - Available from March to October
  • Circular route in Uncastillo (Aragón)
  • Daily Luggage Transfer Included
  • 5 days, 4 nights, 4 stages
  • Level 2/3 - Available from March to October
  • Circular route in Uncastillo (Aragón)
  • Daily Luggage Transfer Included
  • Mountain or Hybrid BikeThe route is mostly on unpaved roads, tracks, small roads with almost no traffic.
  • Self-guided. Travel at your own pace and at your own rhythm. We will give you everything you need to pedal from one lodging to the next with ease.

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Details of the King Ferdinand’s Route bike trip

Make the King Ferdinand’s Route by bike and discover the place where he was born, crossing medieval villages, hermitages and castles. Pedaling on roads, tracks and trails with a unique landscape. Reaching the summits of Santo Domingo and Puy Moné.

You will enjoy a varied landscape. La Estanca is the largest wetland on this route. You will know Peña, an uninhabited nucleus from where the views are very beautiful. There will also be time to visit other historical monuments such as the Roita Castle or the hermitage of La Magdalena. In addition, you can be in Petilla de Aragón, birthplace of the Nobel Prize for Medicine, Santiago Ramon y Cajal.

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Day 1: Arrival at Uncastillo

Relaxing day to visit Uncastillo the day before starting to cycle. It will be time to rest and gather strength to start the route the next day.

Day 2: Uncastillo – Sos del Rey Católico 62km & 1460m+

First stage with continuous ascents and descents, pedaling through forest tracks, trialeras and some asphalt stretch. From Uncastillo, which already has only the only vineyard in the area. You will pass through Castiliscar, entering the largest wetland of the route with plenty of birds. Then you will go through Sofuente and Peña, an uninhabited village. From this last place you will be able to see a whole natural hillside. To finish we will pass by the Tower of Añués, remains of the medieval complex.

Day 3: Sos del Rey Católico – Pintano 41 & 1270m+

Today we will visit the Yesa reservoir and several small villages. In the stage you will see the Roita Castle, the Pettilla de Aragón (birthplace of Santiago Ramón y Caja, Nobel Prize in Medicine), as well as the hermitage of Margdalena at the top of the mountain with amazing panoramic views.

Day 4: Pintano – Biel 54km & 1515m+

Today we will visit the Yesa reservoir and several small villages. In the stage you will see the Roita Castle, the Pettilla de Aragón (birthplace of Santiago Ramón y Caja, Nobel Prize in Medicine), as well as the hermitage of Margdalena at the top of the mountain with amazing panoramic views.

Day 5: Biel – Uncastillo 64km & 1190m+

Although it is the longest stage in terms of kilometers, it will also be the most beautiful in terms of culture and scenery. Places like Pozo de Pigalo, where you can take a dip. The towers of Sibirana and the remains of Santa Quiteria. Or the chaparro de Anas, a large and ancient tree, considered a singular tree of Aragon.

Price includes:

  • Accommodation and breakfast
  • Luggage transfer between accommodations (1 piece of luggage / Pax)
  • Tracks in digital format and GPS
  • Documentation and road book of the trip
  • Travel insurance, RC and cancellation
  • Briefing on arrival and daily assistance
  • Telephone assistance 09:00 – 18:00 

Optional services not included:

  • Lunches and dinners (consult)
  • Accompanying guide (please consult)
  • Extra nights in hotel (please consult)
  • Rental of traditional or electric bicycle (please consult)

What is it like to do the King Ferdinand’s Route bike trip

Doing the Route du Roi Ferdinand will take you through a varied landscape, between tracks, roads and trails. Climbing to the summits of Santo Domingo and Puy Moné. You will pedal through the largest wetland in the area, reservoirs, wells, among vineyards, the chaparro de Anas, and at all times observing the Pyrenean landscape of the area.

  • Santo Domingo and Puy Moné
  • Nature in its purest form
  • Uncastillo and Sos del Rey Católico
  • Varied cultural heritage
  • Discover its gastronomy, recharge your batteries

Accommodations on the King Ferdinand Route
The accommodations of this trip have been selected for their quality and location as close as possible to the route. Always valuing the comfort when arriving with the bicycle and inspected by our team.

I am only one person, can I still book?

Yes, you can book as a single traveler.

Is it possible to rent a bike?

Yes, this trip can be done with either your bike or ours. You can choose it during the booking process, hybrid or electric mountain bikes are available.

Is the daily luggage transfer between accommodations included?

Yes, every day we will take your luggage to the next hotel. You only have to leave it at the reception desk, and we will take care of everything. Normally it will already be at the hotel when you arrive.

Is it possible to cancel?

We want to be as flexible as possible. Therefore, in case of unforeseen circumstances, we will do our best to change the dates of the trip free of charge so that you can travel within the same year, as long as you let us know at least 3 weeks in advance.

And if your plans change and you want to cancel the trip before the start date, the following handling fees will apply:

– with more than 30 days, the management fees will be 20% of the amount of the trip.

– between 30 and 15 days, the handling fee will be 50% of the amount of the trip.

– with less than 14 days, the amount to be paid will be 100% of the amount of the trip.

In order to have more flexibility, we recommend taking out travel, assistance, CR and cancellation insurance. Check with us the conditions. Please note that the price of the insurance is not refunded once contracted in case of cancellation or modification.

Are there roads?

Practically the entire trip is on Vias Verdes, tracks or asphalt roads. If you make the stage to Valencia, there are a few kilometers of link that are made by road where you should drive with caution.

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From595€495€
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