​​​Looking for more adventure in your life? With Renfe- SNCF in Cooperation’s high speed trains, you can travel with your bike and experience the rush of the air against your face while taking in the impeccable views of Costa Brava! You no longer have to worry about renting a car to carry your bikes with you, just hop on one of Renfe-SNCF in Cooperation’s trains from any one of the connecting locations such as Paris, Lyon, Marseille, etc. and get ready for the experience of a lifetime!

Taking your bike on Renfe-SNCF en Coopération’s trains is easier than you might think! Folded bikes in a bag (up to 120 cm) are allowed in our trains for free. Check out our website page on bicycles to see just how easy it is to bring a bike on your trip.

Few places are as ideal as Costa​​​​​​ Brava for biking, with a plethora of cycling paths that include a variety of amenities you can be safe assured that the beautiful wildlife doesn’t come along with the risks of being off the grid. The Autonomous Government of Catalonia as well as the Catalan and French Cycling Federations have certified various shower facilities, workshops, bicycle washing sites and tourist information points for the cyclists on the various paths through Costa Brava. ​

Cycling through Costa Brava leaves you with a large variety of path options. From the volcanoes to the sea, the vineyards to the olive gardens, choosing your path could be the most challenging part of your trip! One of the paths is from Olot to Girona (54 km., 33.5 mi.), which follows a very rural path next to various rivers including Ter and Bruguent as well as La Garrotxa volcanoes. Other paths include from Girona to Sant Feliu de Guíxols (39.7 km., 24.23 mi.) and from Fornells de la Selva to Tossa de Mar ( 41 km., 25 mi.) just to name a couple. ​

With Renfe- SNCF en Coopération adventure is right at your fingertips! Now it’s time to prepare your bike for the ride of a lifetime through the gorgeous paths of Costa Brava! Click this link to book your tickets now and make sure to check the bicycle policy of your specific train!​

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  • Jake 09/05/2017 09:54:13
    I would love to pedaling my two wheels to that beautiful site.

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