"This 12 night tour combines something for everyone from some of the best riding roads in France and Northern Spain...."

The terrain varies as we travel south through France from wide open expanses through the wine region of Bourgogne to the engineering spectacle of the Millau Bridge and into Spain with the high mountain peaks of the Pyrenees.

We first ran this tour in 2017 the change this year being that we are running it in reverse. The tour will start with an afternoon crossing to France via Eurotunnel followed by a welcome dinner at our first hotel of the tour just south of Calais. Next day we ride to the Bourgogne region famous for wines, good food and excellent motorcycling roads. We stay here for 2 nights with a ride-out making the most of the roads in the Yonne and Morvan regions.

After a transition night near St. Etienne, we ride to our hotel for the next three nights which has an outdoor swimming pool and is a short walk from the centre of Millau and only 8 miles from the Viaduct. It is also in the Grands Causses Nature Park which feature deep limestone gorges, probably the most well-known being the Tarn Gorge.

There are two ride-outs planned, one will include a visit to the Millau Suspension bridge designed by the English architect Lord Norman Foster and which touches the bottom of the Tarn Valley in only 9 places. We will take you through the Tarn Gorge with the road carved through the valley floor which follows the river and continue into the Cevennes National Park.

We have a fantastic ride to our next hotel crossing from France into Spain through the Pyrenees following the “Route de Cols” with not only great roads but some truly stunning scenery to take in and enjoy on the way. For the next 2 nights we stay in a fully refurbished 17th century Monastery situated on the banks of the river Ara. Our planned ride-out from this location will take in the Southern Pyrenees through beautiful gorges and river valleys.

Staying in Northern Spain we follow the route of the Yesa Reservoir and into the Rioja region, very famous for its wines and scenery where we shall stay in a Parador which was originally a 12th century hospital and retains many original features such as the gothic archways. Our ride-out will take in the National Parks through the Urbasa and Andia mountains.

We have just over 100 miles on our last day as we ride to the port of Santander for an overnight sailing to Portsmouth.

If you would like to join us please go to our Contact Us page.

Highlights of the Tour


- Millau Viaduct

- Bourgogne Region of France

- Tarn Gorge

- Grands Causes Nature Park

- Spanish Pyrenees

- Yesa Reservoir

- The Rioja wine region

- National Parks of Urbasa and Andia in Spain

Other Information


- Meeting point for the tour is optional, you can meet us at the Eurotunnel Terminal Folkestone for a mid-afternoon departure Thursday 6th of June or meet us at our first hotel in Northern France. A welcome dinner will be at 7.30pm on the first evening.

- The return Britanny Ferry sailing is at 15.15 from Santander on the afternoon of Monday 17th of June arriving in to Portsmouth at 14.15 on Tuesday 18th of June

- Total mileage for the tour is approximately 2,200 miles

Tour Price


1 Bike - Double / Twin Room

Price Per Person

£1,695

Deposit at time of booking - £95

2 Bikes - Double / Twin Room

Price Per Person

£1,795

Deposit at time of booking - £95

Single Occupancy

Price Per Person

£1,995

Deposit at time of booking - £95



What is included in the price?

  • 11 nights bed and breakfast
  • 11 evening meals with wine, water and coffee included at some of our hotels
  • Eurotunnel crossing Folkestone/Calais on outward journey
  • Overnight ferry return Santander to Portsmouth staying in an Inside 1-2 berth cabin with en-suite facilities*
  • Use of the hot tub / Jacuzzi and sauna at our first hotel
  • Use of the outdoor pools at our hotels in St. Etienne and Millau (weather permitting as both outdoor)
  • Use of the fitness centre at the Monasterio de Boltana (outdoor pool facility usually only open July & August)
  • Entrance to the Millau Viaduct Visitor Centre
  • Regional Tourist Taxes
  • Route plans including GPS co-ordinates for key locations
  • Tour co-ordinators - accompanied ride-outs (optional)
  • Corner marking system of navigation
  • *Upgrades to cabins on the Santander ferry crossing are available with pricing on request and dependent on availability


  • What is NOT included in the price?

  • Fuel
  • Meals and Drinks (other than detailed above)
  • Entrance to Visitor centres, museums etc. (unless stated above)
  • Personal Travel Insurance
  • Vehicle Breakdown cover
  • Spa treatments at our hotels where applicable – these should be booked direct
  • Tolls if applicable
  • Parking charges at hotels where applicable