The tours are the spirit of the Burricleta experience. They fit in with and respect the surroundings and the local society as well as offering the opportunity to learn about the local culture and heritage. The steady pace of the electric bike allows you to travel over long distances effortlessly and reflect about what you are experiencing as all the tours go through amazing landscapes, away from the tarmac and the crowds.
What are they like?
All the centres offer tours which are designed to be enjoyed. They cater for all levels of proficiency and difficulty and length of time. The authentic burricleta tours are SELF-GUIDED with an easy to use GPS which will guide you around so that you’ll never get lost. From time to time the GPS will explain about the cultural and artistic heritage that you will come across along the way. At Burricleta, you can also find conventional guided tours or burricletas to go on signposted routes.
where do they go to?
The burricleta tours will take you through the most interesting and outstanding places of the region that you are visiting. You will discover hidden corners that you wouldn’t easily find in the official guide books or by following marked footpaths.
how long do they take?
How long the burricleta tours take depends on your pace. Don’t worry about time, we’ll always be waiting for you. To help you plan there is a minimum time and an average time indicated on the information card for each tour.
levels of trail: Potro (low) and Somera (high)
The foal (low) level tours are very easy and fun, with all the family in mind. The jenny (high) level tours take you further away and allow you to discover new places. These suit couples and more active burricleta riders.
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Would you like to know how it's possible that Christopher Columbus sailed from Pals when he went to the Indies? On this guided route, filled with landscapes and nature, you will also discover the enigma of Columbus and his connections to the old royal town of Pals.