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Bikecation adds cycling destinations in Andorra and Norway

Cycle travel provider, Bikecation, which recently debuted its new search engine for cycle-friendly hotels and cycle holidays, has expanded its range of European destinations to include Andorra and Norway.

Bikecation is one of Europe’s biggest independent cycling travel businesses that uses a digital booking platform and offers a one-stop website to book custom-made cycling trips. Through the platform, cyclists can book holidays to over 40 locations which are fully ATOL and TTA protected with 24-hour back-up support from the Bikecation office.

“We have simplified the booking process”

Rob Penn, travel writer and Bikecation founder, commented: “We want our customers to experience Europe’s most exciting cycling destinations. We’ve done our research and expanded our trips again to offer the widest possible range of European destinations. As with the Bikecation philosophy, all trips to Andorra and Norway can suit any budget. We have simplified the booking process further, making it even easier for our customers to design their dream cycle holidays”.

Andorra

Catering to cyclists who are into the lung-busting experience but want to be rewarded with incredible views, Andorra is the perfect location with its 21 mountain passes. Andorra’s exceptional routes have ensured that the Vuelta de España and Tour de France regularly pass through the area.

Bikecation will offer cyclists the chance to stay in the town of La Massana in the heart of the Pyrenees, offering the best access to all of Andorra’s famous cols, the lowest point on a mountain ridge between two peaks.

Norway

For cyclists looking for something completely different and unspoilt, Bikecation has also expanded into Norway. Renowned for its natural landscapes, and wilderness, Norway has a wealth of cycling roads, many of which are showcased in events like the Tour of Norway in May and the Arctic Race in August.

Bikecation will offer cyclists the chance to book a holiday based in Bergen, site of the 2017 World Championships and a UNESCO world heritage city close to the Fjords.