And finally Sunday noon the "Truck" is ready for it's way to our homebase in Mieming, where the bikes were maintained for their next trip anywhere around the world
Thanks everybody for a great tour in Andalusia! And see you soon.
Our last riding day brought us back from Ronda to Malaga. The weather unfortenately was not so good, but at the coast we finally got sunshine. Another picnic was on the plan today, before getting the last curves down to Marbella and back to Malaga.
Restday in Ronda, but no time for a rest. The weather is perfect and we started on another beautiful route through the backcountry of Ronda. We all enjoyed our loop on small roads through cork oak trees without any traffic.
We woke up to a wonderful blue sky - perfect for the day that was ahead of us! Wonderful small backroads took us deep into Andalusia. And when the mountains finally retreated, we could see the Atlantic Ocean and the Costa de la Luz. We found a great restaurant for lunch, right on the beach. With full stomachs we continued to the southernmost tip of Europe: Tarifa.
After another fotostop near Gibraltar, we were ready for the main ingredient of every motorcycle tour in southern Spain: curves, curves, and then a few more curves! The road up to Ronda is definitely one of the most beautiful roads in the world!
Today was our third riding day from Antequerra to Arcos de la Frontera. A lot of the "White towns of Andalusia" were located on our way. Our first stop-Torcal de Antequerra. A spectacular limestone rock formation.
Garganta del Chorro was the neckt stop on our route. It's famous for the dangerous bridge called Caminito deal Rey - King's little pathway
Lunchtime in Setenil de la Bodegas, where some houses were built into the rock walls of the gorge. We stayed in one of these houses in a Tapas bar.
What a great and exciting day. In the morning we got a guided tour in the Alhambra - a must see in Andalucia.
Then heading on to Sierra Nevada - afterwards a nice but sadly to cold picnic stop - and with a little rain in the afternoon we all arrived safe in Antequera, our stop for tonight.
On our first riding day we started from Malaga into the "Montes de Malaga" where we had a beautifull view over Malaga. Perfect weather (looks like rain, but NO), not to cold and curvy roads brought us to our first coffee stop.
Andalusia, here we come! We, that is 11 riders from all around the world, are getting ready to explore the south of Spain on motorcycles! A little briefing, the bike handover - and then we are ready to go!