If you prefer to plan the trip yourself, this is the section for you. Here, you can be your own boss.
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Experience centuries of Spanish history through its castles, fortresses and watchtowers, all in just one week on a motorbike.
A route along the Camino Francés (the French pilgrimage), the most popular and complete route along the Camino de Santiago.
This route has a clear focus on gastronomy: Iberian ham, Portuguese salt cod, cheese from Serra da Estrela and port.
Set off on this classic Moroccan tour in peace, taking in the character of every one of these imperial cities.
A journey to the Middle Ages, crossing the snow-covered peaks of the High Atlas mountains to the confines of the Moroccan desert and sand dunes in Merzouga.
This route starts and ends in Barcelona, and is for riders who love beautiful landscapes and bends.
One of the classic motorbike routes, and one of the most beautiful and demanding for riders due to the many gravel roads, the Patagonian wind and the need to cross the Andes mountain range several times.
This is a different and exclusive route that combines the attractions of Buenos Aires with the decadent charm of Montevideo.