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5 Gravel routes in the Region of Murcia

Gravel is in fashion. The region of Murcia meets all the conditions to practice Gravel, something to highlight.

The region of Murcia has a wonderfully varied orography that is perfectly adapted to Gravel. Here are some routes that we suggest you discover.

5 Gravel routes in the Region of Murcia

  1. Vía Verde del Noroeste
  2. Espubike
  3. Bolnuevo
  4. Calblanque
  5. Salinas and Arenales de San Pedro del Pinatar

Vía Verde del Noroeste

Gravel Vía Verde del Noroeste

Gravel road par excellence in the Region of Murcia. 78 km and a cumulative slope of 2,167 m along the old railway line between Murcia and Caravaca de la Cruz.


Espubike Cycling

Espubike is much more than a route, and undoubtely one of the great secrets of the Region of Murcia to practice Gravel. It is a unique natural scenery to enjoy the Sierra Espuña trails, where sections with technical difficulties are reduced to make cycling more accessible. It is divided into 4 sections: El Berro to Gebas, Gebas to Casas Nuevas, Casas Nuevas to Las Alquerías, and Las Alquerías to El Berro. 4 sections, a wonderful 146 km route and 4,300 m ascent. Perfect for everyone at their own pace.


Bolnuevo Cycling

Bolnuevo is section of Eurovelo 8 through the Region of Murcia. The Bolnuevo area, in Mazarrón, a Cycling Friendly municipality, is a true paradise. It runs along a dirt path parallel to the sea.


Calblanque Cycling

Calblanque Regional Park is located on the eastern edge of the Murcia coast, in an enclave characterized by its diversity of vegetation combined with dunes, sandbanks, coves and cliffs. A unique protected environment with kilometers of dirt road ideal to practice Gravel. If you want a road with a splendid view of the sea, do not miss Calblanque.

Salinas and Arenales de San Pedro del Pinatar

Salinas y Arenales de San Pedro del Pinatar Cycling

If you opt for a quieter route, experience the dirt bike path between the lagoons that make up the Salinas and Arenales de San Pedro del Pinatar, in this Murcian Regional Park, enjoying its coastal landscape.

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