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The route of our Raid Pyrenees cycling tour takes you over many of the Tour de France climbs such as the Col du Tourmalet, Col d'Aubisque, Col d'Aspin and the Col de Peyresourde

With around 11,000 metres of climbing over the 700KM route this is an epic cycling tour for every keen cyclist out there.

Number of Guests

This holiday is for a maximum of 16 guests in total although we can create a custom tour for more guests

Additional Details

We can run the tour for groups of 2 or more anytime in ,June, July, September and early October.


  • We are able to provide airport transfers for an additional charge
  • We are able to provide Carbon Cycle hire for 400 Euros
  • Single rooms available for an additional 250 Euros per week 

Payment Details

To secure your spot on this holiday you will need to pay a 20% deposit now. The remainder of the balance is due 12 weeks before the start of the holiday. You can also spread your payments by paying an additional 4 x 20% payments at any time up to the final payment day. 

Here is the suggested Itinerary for the holiday


Arrival Day


Arrive in Biarritz

Col St Ignace Col de Pinodieta and Col d'Osquich

Day 1

From Biarritz to Gurmençon over the Col St Ignace, Col de Pinodieta and the Col d'Osquich (160KM)

Col d'Aubisque, Col du Soulor and the Col du Tourmalet

Day 2

From Gurmençon to Beaudéan approximately 146 km climbing the Col d'Aubisque, Col du Soulor and the Col du Tourmalet.

Col d'Aspin, Col de Peyresourde, Col d'Ares and the Col de Portet d’Aspet

Day 3

From Beaudéan to Saint-Girons over the Col d'Aspin, Col de Peyresourde, Col d'Ares and the Col de Portet d’Aspet over a distance of approximately 150KM


Day 4

Today is a free day in Saint-Girons to explore the area or relax

Col de Port and the Col de Puymorens

Day 5

From St Girons to Prades climbing the Col de Port and the Col de Puymorens. (Approximately 165KM)

Col St Pierre and Col de Ternère

Day 6

The climbs are becoming shorter now and today we travel from Prades to Cerbere over the Col St Pierre and Col de Ternère (approximate distance 95KM)


Day 7

Today its time to say goodbye. With a good breakfast inside of you it will be time to depart for Perpignan for your final destination

  • Welcome meeting with ride and safety information.
  • Fully supported rides from our vehicle with fresh water.
  • Luggage transfers.
  • Bike mechanic with tools and track pump.
  • Breakfast.
  • Picnic lunch every day we are riding except on rest day
  • Twin room shared basis.
  • Full GPX files and route profiles.
  • Travel to the start of the holiday 
  • Travel from the finish of the holiday
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Evening meals and drinks.
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