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We hired our bikes near the start of the tour. The road is easy to bike, especially for children. They liked the darkness of some of the tunnels. It is good to do for everyone and very scenic. There is a museum/website to see the...More
we booked our bikes months early after communicating via email with sesca09.we were supposed to go with hike n bike but they were not free on d date we requested.so we went with sesca09 which was a lot cheaper as we only paid for rentals.we...More
So happy to ride this flat route, after the (for me) challenging hills getting to Olvera. I really felt like we were experiencing the real Andalucian countryside. We loved that there were no other people anywhere around - we only met a few workmen on...More
We hired electric bikes with helmets included at Olvera and paid up front. The tunnels are all illuminated at intervals but can be still poorly lit between downlights. The front light on the bikes was not strong and noticed other users had their own more...More
On our Costa del Sol holiday we tried to do lots of activities instead of just laying on the beach. One of the best day trips we took was the bike trip Via Verde de la Sierra, from Olvera to Puerto Serrano 36,5km in total....More
We just did the whole route even though the official website shows the closure in the middle of the path.
It is great track, well prepared. We did it down the hill from Olvera to Puerto Serrano with our 6 year old. The way back...More
The Via Verde is a great trail ride, all 36km of it each way (between Olvera and Puerto Serrano). We followed the good advice of several previous reviewers and started from Puerto Serrano, riding the average 1% uphill gradient to Olvera where we stayed the...More
For some reason, we didn't think we would have time to do the Via Verde, so we didn't budget time for it. We decided to cram it in on the morning we were leaving Olvera, but we opted to just go halfway down and get...More
I’m sorry can’t answer question on bikes. Though I can say it would be good cycle as I did see a lot of cyclists. The main hotel that is the old station house would be able to advise you. Which is situated a little out of... More
I’m sorry can’t answer question on bikes. Though I can say it would be good cycle as I did see a lot of cyclists. The main hotel that is the old station house would be able to advise you. Which is situated a little out of Olvera village.