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5 motorcycle routes to enjoy December

In December, many citizens consider taking trips and leaving the cities. Don’t have a plan for the last month of the year yet? Today we propose 5 motorcycle routes to enjoy December.

Route through the Pyrenees
This itinerary starts in Burgos towards Navarra, passing through Roncesvalles until reaching the French Basque Country, covering a distance of 295 kilometers. Additionally, you can enjoy towns like Bayonne, Biarritz, San Sebastián, or Bergara, where you can also refuel to complete your route. It lasts a little over 3 hours if you start from Burgos.

Route through Alt Empordà
If you’re thinking of visiting Catalonia, this winter is the time. Its routes along the Mediterranean coast and its milder climate than the north are the perfect combination for spending the December holiday. This route starts in Figueres on the national road 260 and is only 76 kilometers, so you can cover it in less than 2 hours. You can stop in Cadaqués, Port de la Selva, Colera, or Portbou.

On this itinerary, you will find beaches and coves such as Platja D’en Carbassó, Cala Bramant, or Platja de Garvet.

Route via de la Plata
This itinerary is perfect for enjoying Spain’s landscapes. It starts in the south, in Seville, and ends in the north, in Gijón. It has almost 1,000 kilometers of road. It is also known as the Spanish Route 66. If you decide to take this route, you will travel through four autonomous communities and seven provinces. Specifically, you will visit cities such as Seville, Mérida, Cáceres, Salamanca, Zamora, León, and finally Gijón.

Since it is an almost eight-hour route, we recommend doing it in two or even three days to enjoy the landscape and architecture of these great cities.

Route to Barrancas de Burujón
If you want to take a break and enjoy a day in nature, this is your route. The Barrancas de Burujón, located in Toledo, is the perfect itinerary if you want to spend a peaceful day with your motorcycle. You just have to travel along the A2 towards Toledo and then redirect, once you are in the capital of Castilla-La Mancha, towards the CM 4000. You will travel almost 100 kilometers. It is a quiet itinerary where you won’t find many curves so you can enjoy the landscape.

Route of the 600 curves
If, on the other hand, you want an active day and enjoy your motorcycle among curves, this is your route. More than 200 kilometers of asphalt curves starting from the Andalusian capital, Seville. Once you are in the city, you should head to the municipality of Cantillana, El Pedroso, Cazalla de la Sierra, Las Navas de la Concepción, Lora del Río, and finally back to Seville.