Torre Del Mar, Spain (PressExposure) May 04, 2009 -- Motorbike Tours have released the secrets of the 'Grand Tour of Spain', in the form of an ebook. The ebook is called 'The Motorcycle Tour of Spain' and available via their website.
Alan, the founder of the company, explained 'although we'd like people to join us on the tour, we realise that there will be some who want to go it alone, so we've put together this ebook, which we hope will be really helpful. We've done all the hard work. We've planned the route, researched the hotels and campsites, even found out where you can get your bike repaired.'
Alan then impressed upon me that this isn't just some tour that's been plucked off the internet. It's a detailed route that has been followed and enjoyed by many clients of Motorbike Tours.. It'll take you way from the well worn routes and onto the back roads, where you'll pass through some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.
It is based on the 'Grand Tour of Spain'. The circular route begins and ends at Santander. It heads south down the west side of Spain, touches the coasts of the Costa del Sol and the Costa Tropical, before returning north on the east side. The tour was designed to take in mountain passes, coastal roads, national parks, lakes and vibrant cities such as Seville and Salamanca. It really has something for everyone. The tour is still on offer for riders who wish to join us.
Alan continued 'it's not just a route. Included in the ebook are details about 'The Spanish Motorcycle Museum', the monastery 'Monasterio de Piedra', 'Mini Hollywood' in Almeria, the Roman ruins of Merida, the Roman ruins of 'Italica', the 'Lake District of Andalucia' , so you can see that there's lot of information packed into the seventy-odd pages. You could save yourself hours, days, even weeks of research by downloading the ebook. There are also links to Google maps, showing each section of the tour in detail, along with comprehensive instructions of the route. It's fully illustrated and we are only charging a nominal fee to cover costs.'