Riding a bike is an incredible experience and, if we do it with the family, even more so. The fun is guaranteed and allows us to discover breathtaking landscapes, parks and nature in its purest form. There are countless routes and trails to explore on our bicycles. All you need is a few provisions for the road, several layers of clothing and set off on an adventure.
Cycling has only good things to offer: you can do sport and strengthen your body, and you can get out into nature without polluting it. That’s why we’ve come up with 5 low-difficulty cycling routes for the Easter holidays, designed to give you non-stop fun.
Cycling route through Collserola (Barcelona)
Collserola Park, located in Barcelona, is one of the largest urban parks in the world. One of the best ways to discover it is by bike. On this interactive map you can consult all the routes available: divided by theme, length, difficulty…
Within Collserola Park itself, special mention should be made of the Paseo de las Aguas. It’s a medium-distance route, about 10 km. You’ll love it!
Urban route around the Forum (Barcelona)
The Forum area in Barcelona seems to be specially designed for cycling. We found a large paved esplanade, completely pedestrianised and where it is very easy to cycle. And not only that. As well as being able to cycle in peace and quiet, we can enjoy the impressive architecture of the Forum and we can stop on the beach for a stroll. A great plan!
Urban route around El Prat de Llobregat (Barcelona)
The routes around El Prat de Llobregat are also a great option. They offer us many different options, we can choose according to what we feel like. Along the beach, through crops, farmhouses…
Route through the Mitjana Municipal Park (Lleida)
In the city of Lleida there is also a public access route through the impressive Mitjana Municipal Park. There, everything is prepared for strolling and enjoying nature in a fun way. There are rest areas, picnic areas, children’s playgrounds and even jetties. You feel like it, don’t you?
Route from La Seu d’Urgell to La Palanca d’Alàs (Lleida)
In this area of Cerdanya you will find an ideal cycling route. It is a low-difficulty route, less than 8 km long, and can be easily done in half an hour. We can enjoy a pleasant ride along the banks of the river Segre, full of fauna and flora to discover. We can’t wait to go!