The Tourist Route is a circular 4 day route with a distance of 183 km and a 3109 m. accumulated total which runs through the towns of Gandesa, Pinell de Brai, Corbera d’Ebre, La Fatarella, Vilalba dels Arcs, La Pobla de Massaluca, Batea, Bot, Arnes and Horta de Sant Joan.
Staying in hostels, inns, guesthouses and lodgings in the area, the Tourist Route includes in all cases 4 Half Pensions, since it also includes dinner and lodging for the night before the day of departure, either in Arnes or Gandesa.
The route can be done as a Tourist Guided Route, with an experienced local guide (entitled), which will show you all type of curiosities and the most beautiful and hidden places along the route, from a typical village’s homemade cookies to anecdotes and legends of neighbour towns.
With local guide, the output can be from any day of the week, from Monday to Sunday inclusive. In addition to the Guide, group will be of at least 4 and a maximum of 12.
Departing from Arnes or Gandesa is the best option to enjoy the route and worry about nothing. Simply fully live this extraordinary experience.
You can also do it as Self-Guided Tourist Route. The organization will provide you of a GPS with different stages, a Tourist Map Guide with the main places of the route day by day and a small map. This route starts in Arnes, although in both cases the path is exactly the same.
As a Self-Guided Route, the route can be from 2 to 12 people.
In this case -Self-Guided Route- can start the route any day from Monday to Saturday, but can not start pedalling on Sunday (before the accommodation Arnes Saturday night to Sunday), incompatibilities with several accommodations.
Both Tourist Routes include luggage transport from one accommodation to another, so you do not need to worry about anything but to pedal and enjoy the environment, the experience, the landscape and the travel itself.
No matter if you use your own bike or hire one (provided by the organization itself), the Tourist Route is the quiet discovery of Terra Alta while calmly walking through the territory, towns and places of interest of the region