GPS Hispaniatour

A unique combination of experience in GPS program of Travelmoto.

Between 218 BC and the beginning of the fifth century AD, the Iberian Peninsula was ruled by the Romans called their Hispania . During that time, the Romans brought all their construction knowledge to the current Spain where major monuments were built , some of which to this day still be admired today ..

Tour facts:

  • 7 days vacation
  • 5 riding days
  • Roads:5*****
  • Scenery:4****
  • Culture:4****
  • Starts/ends: Malaga
  • Hotel overnights: 6
  • Breakfast: 6
  • Tour Season: April to October
  • Total distance: 1000 - 1400km
  • Daily km range: 250-300
  • Highlights: Puente de Alcántara , Mérida en Itálica
  • Accommodation: Family hotels and B&B or Hostals
Day 1: Arrival Málaga
Welcome at the airport and transfer to your hotel.
Day 2: Sierra Morenas
The longest of Spain's mountain ranges, the Sierra Morena extends almost the whole way across Andalucía - from Rosal on the Portuguese frontier to the dramatic pass of Despeñaperros, north of Linares.
Day 3: Alcántara
This Roman Bridge is a magnificent piece of engineering, builded in the times of Trajan, II century, by the architec Caius Julius Lacer. This important monument has a heigh of 57 metres, is 214 metres long and 8 metres wide. The bridge is supported on six graceful arches over five big pillars. In the central part is located the Arch of Triumph with some memorial tablets.
Day 4: Serra da Estrella (P)
Serra da Estrela Natural Park is an exceptional place. It expands over 101 thousand hectares distributed across six municipalities and it was the first natural park to be created in Portugal, also holding the record for the largest protected area in the country.
Day 5: Mérida
The city Mérida is under whelming its 40,000 residents make due with their rather run-down city center. But when you imagine ancient Mérida (Augusta Emérita), the capitol of the Roman province Lusitania and one of the Roman Empire's most important cities, you begin to understand the significance of what Mérida has to offer today.
Day 6: Itálica (Sevilla)
The Roman city of Itálica was founded in the year 206 B.C. on the initiative of Publius Cornelius Scipio, known as "the African". Itálica enjoyed a period of splendour in which its architectural development flourished with the construction of new public buildings such as the amphitheatre, houses with floors decorated with mosaics, and broad streets which connected the various neighbourhoods.

Day 7: Departure Málaga
After check out at your hotel you will be transferred to the airport.
Prices 2017
The price of the GPS Hispaniatour
rider :
Pillion 495

This price includes:

  • Transfer airport to your hotel
  • Hotel on the bases of a double room with breakfast.
  • Available motorcycles: Yamaha Tracer 700 and 900, MT-09 and MT-07 or our XT660Z Tenere.
  • Navigation system TomTom
  • Routes GPS Pantanotour
  • Roadbook
  • Roadmap Michelin
  • Travelguide Andalusia
  • 24 hours assistency
  • Transfer hotel to the airport

With extra charge you also can choose the Yamaha FJR1300, our Yamaha Supertenere XT1200Z or the BMW R1200GS

PLEASE NOTE: the price of the flight tickets has not been incorporated in this price; the experience learns that when you yourself regulate these tickets you can use the many offers which offer the fly companies.

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