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Though it was written that some sections were closed, in fact only one small section in the very beginning of route was closed. Even that wasn't problem because rental firm (Sesca 09) took us behind that closed section. Other so called "closed" sections were perfectly...More
This is a great fairly easy rail trail ride if you ride from olvera to Puerto Serrano. There is a cafe at Corripe where you can recharge and refresh for the second half of the trip. As many have mentioned the trip is slightly downhill...More
This review is for cycle hire only. We were staying in Olvera in November when the cycle hire is closed mid-week and I wanted to hire a bike for two mid-week days. We were told by the person there at the weekend to phone the...More
Did this with my wife and son - amazing! Reasonable fitness necessary to complete the full 36K. Spectacular scenery, with colonies of Griffin Vultures guaranteed and there's very few people around. However, avoid the first 2 weeks of August as the refreshment points and visitor...More
We are an average family of 6 adults and teenagers staying in Marbella and we're looking for something to get us out of the glitz to clear out lungs. We are not cyclists but love cycling, not fitness freaks but not unfit and the 36km...More
Good idea for a family trip. Route from Olvera to Puerto Serrano is very pleasant with a variety of views, landscapes, bird species (dozens of them) (e.g. vultures - guess it's the biggest colony in Europe! - truly an amazing spectacle), as well as plentiful...More
We hired bikes from the excellent Hike + Bike The Sierras in Ronda and they dropped us off at the start in Olvera.
The ride is a reclaimed rail line winding 34km through the mountains in a mix of tunnels and breathtaking open vistas. The...More
Started in Olvera. Unfortunatly that day the Sesca Bike Rental was closed but someone was there so I got a bike with childseat. It was not possible that day to return the bike in Puerto Serrano which is 36km from there. I think that would...More
Breath of fresh air - deep in the Spanish countryside. Via Verde or as we Brits call it - The Greenway. This off road spectacle links up Olvera with Puerto Serrano about 38 kms away. Passing through beautiful Spanish countryside, over viaducts all on gravel...More