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If you are passionate about getting into nature at your own pace and with an adrenaline rush, don’t hesitate, rent a mountain bike and discover the mountains, the coast and all the surroundings of the city with it. Marbella offers you the possibility to explore natural areas, routes for experienced sportsmen and women or to cycle along its marvellous promenade. For cycling in the area we recommend this company, known in the area as “The bike people” who will help you to have an unforgettable experience. https://www.marbellarentabike.com/.

Here are some of the most famous routes that you can do with your mountain bike in Marbella.

Ascent to the Juanar: The scenery of this environment during the route will surprise you, a demanding route, ideal for trained and experienced mountain bikers. The route from Marbella to the Refugio de El Juanar runs through the mountains of Ojén with 34 kilometres that you can do in approximately two hours. The starting point is located in Calle Padre Paco Ostos next to the Marbella Bus Station. Once you reach the top, in just a kilometre and a half you will find the Mirador del Juanar viewpoint. From here you can see the Mediterranean Sea and Marbella as well as a monument to the mountain goat. Without doubt one of the most spectacular routes that you can do in the surroundings of Marbella. You can consult the route on this wikiloc link.

From Marbella to La Mairena: This route is of medium difficulty and is almost 47 kilometres long and takes just over three and a half hours. It is an exclusive area, during the route you will be able to discover the beautiful landscapes of Ojén and its peculiar hills. You can consult the route on this wikiloc link.

From San Pedro Alcántara to Istán via Río Verde: This is a slightly more complicated and longer route than the two previous ones, with an approximate duration of almost seven hours, consisting of 65kms of ascents and descents through the municipality of Istán until you reach Rio Verde. Along the way you will find abundant vegetation, waterfalls and breathtaking views. To make sure you don’t get lost, check out the route on this wikiloc link.

From Marbella to San Pedro de Alcántara: If you feel like doing something quieter with your family or in a more relaxed way, you can do the promenade between Marbella and San Pedro de Alcántara. It is 17 kilometres long and can be done by bike, passing through Puerto Banús. It runs alongside the Mediterranean Sea at all times and is ideal for taking photographs, strolling along it or stopping for a drink at any of the bars and terraces along the way. Another option is to swim at the beach to cool off from the heat.

If none of these routes has convinced you or, on the contrary, you have enough days to do more routes we leave you this wikiloc link where you can find the best mountain bike routes in Marbella.

The best mountain bike routes in Marbella

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