QUAD BIKE TOUR
What is a Quads or ATV? … do you not know? have you not felt 100% adrenaline in your hands? … let us introduce you to it with a bit of its history and potential.
” … In spite of the fact that the 3 wheel version of the off road bikes died at the end of the 80’s, their ‘souls’ reincarnated in new version of 4 wheel vehicles. It was there when the ATV or quads arose, principally in agricultural areas of use. These vehicles were supporting therefore the philosophy of a motorcycle (light and manageable) at the same time they were useable in all areas the hardest, roughest terrain and most climate conditions. Initially, the ATV were used for daily work, to then a few years later to turn into sport vehicles destined for the leisure and competition activitys… “
Today we are offering you the opportunity to live through an adventure on four wheels in the Granada Alpujarra hills. You can choose from a calm and conservative circuit, for beginners, up to the most bold and exciting, an accustomed tour that you could imagine.
The tours are different and exciting, all will pass the “white villages” of the Alpujarras, crossing rivers, impossible paths, enjoying ancient trees, visiting working mines, enjoying the incomparable landscape that will accompany us in our tour of the National Park of Sierra Nevada, Reserva de la Biosfera. The mountains of Mulhacen and the Veleta are a permanent landscape behind us as we travel around and guarantee us spectacular views at all times.
The whole tour is realized in the Valley of the Rio Guadalfeo, with the rivers head in the Sierra Nevada mountains. The tour starts near Órgiva, the beautiful “White Village” of the Alpujarra Granadina, will stimulate you senses with the beauty of this place of different and exciting nature, it will enfuse your emotions as you come to know this exciting area.
You cannot stop realizing this activity, beautiful environment and innumerable sensations.
- Quad Bike Tour starts 8 am (according to the season).
- The duration of the whole excursion is up to 4 hours approximately.