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Cycle the world with Buccara

At Buccara we know that February is a month of challenges, projects, and new horizons. And one of the most relevant has always been to get rid of those extra kilos that come with the festive season.


What better form of combining all these concepts than cycling, an incredible way to get to know new places and cultures, there are few better ways to do this than by riding some of the most beautiful and challenging routes the world has to offer. Whether you’re a pro looking for a new challenge or a beginner looking to explore the world on two wheels, these four towns – Villajoyosa, Pollença, Kitzbühel and Cormons – have something to offer everyone.



A coastal town on Spain’s Costa Blanca. With its stunning Mediterranean climate and beautiful beaches, Villajoyosa is the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely stroll along the coast. The town boasts numerous cycling routes, from flat, easy beach rides to more challenging mountain routes offering stunning views of the surrounding countryside.



A charming town on the island of Mallorca (Spain). Pollença is known for its winding, mountainous roads, and stunning natural beauty, making it a paradise for road cyclists. The town is surrounded by numerous challenging routes, such as the famous Col de sa Calobra, which takes cyclists up a steep, winding mountain pass with breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea.



Located in the Austrian Alps is a must-see destination for any cycling enthusiast. With its challenging mountain passes and breathtaking alpine scenery, Kitzbühel is home to some of the world’s most iconic cycling routes. The town is situated along the famous “Kitzbüheler Alpenrundfahrt” route, which takes cyclists through the surrounding alpine region and offers challenging ascents and breathtaking descents.



In the heart of Friuli -Venezia Giulia region of north-eastern Italy. Cormons is known for its rolling hills and beautiful scenery, making it an ideal destination for both road and mountain biking. The region is home to several challenging routes, such as the “Colli Orientali del Friuli” route, which takes cyclists through the region’s stunning vineyards and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.

Whichever town you choose to visit, you are sure to have an amazing cycling experience that you will never forget. So grab your bike and hit the road – the world is waiting to be explored!