School Groups

At Bike&You we haven't forgotten young people. That is why we have designed a series of routes in the natural environment near the city of Seville.

The routes can develop various subjects from the Curriculum, such as Physical Education, Science, Geography and Social Science, or also in languages where we can offer the same services for your foreign langauge learners with monitors in various languages.

We offer the following routes:

  • Rail Trail of the Sierra Norte (From Cazalla train station to Cerro de Hierro) Ver Ruta
  • The Tunnels Rail Trail (From Coripe to Olvera)Ver Ruta
  • The Water Route (From Media Fanega to Guillena)Ver Ruta
  • Guadiamar Green Route (Sanlucar la Mayor-Vado del Quema )Ver Ruta


25 pax 35 pax 45 pax
22 € 18 € 16 €

Guadiamar Green Route

Sanlucar la MayorVado del Quema

This route enables you to enjoy a pleasant ride along the banks of the Guadiamar River, which means River of Princes in Arabic. Commencing at the Vado de Quema, the place where El Rocio pilgrims cross the river with their ox-carts. The route heads north passing lush pine forests.

The Guadiamar connects the mountains to the north of Seville with Doñana marshlands and was the unfortunate victim of the worst environmental accident in Spain when a mining industry dam filled with toxic sludge broke and flooded the entire valley with polluted waste in 1998. You can still see the level the river reached on that fateful day by th emarks on some of the trees.

En route you can take a break in the information centre in Aznalcazar and visit the Buitrago Botanic Gardens before arriving to the recreation area of Las Doblas, near Sanlucar.


The Water Route

From Media Fanega to Guillena

A fantastic route to get to know one of the places of natural beauty on Seville's doorstep. The water route is actually a long 68km route , but we have selected the most outstanding 30 kilometre section. From the Media Fanega Rise, a natural frontier between the Guadalquivir Valley and the Sierra Morena mountains, the beginning of the route is paved alongside the River Cala and passes two hydroelectric stations that supply Seville with electricity. Curiously, they take advantage of the cheaper price of electricity at night to pump water up to a holding pond and later, during the day it is allowed to descend and so producing more expensive electricity during the day.

The path contines between holm oak and rockrose bushes until it becomes an unpaved road.

Continue the route until you arrive at the Cantina, a place with a beautiful view where you can regain your energy before continuing. From this point, the path is easier to follow and flatter with numerous benches and lookouts with fantastic views. Finally we emerge from the forested zone to descend among cultivated fields into the town of Guillena

Altimetria Rura del agua

The Tunnels Rail Trail

From Coripe to Olvera

This route takes advantage of a rail route that was built in the early 20th century but was never used. It was renovated as a rail trail at the end of the 20th century.

It includes 30 tunnels, the longest almost a kilometre in length. They are equipped with lighting systems but it is a good idea to have lights in case they are not working!

The route also crosses four viaducts, the most spectacular crosses a river at the Peñon de Zaframagon, a rocky mountain that is home to a large colony of Griffon Vultures. The information centre situated in an old station enables us to get to know about the life of these amazing birds.

There are cameras which constantly film the birds so that we can learn more about their routines and raising of the chicks..

Altimetria Ruta de los tuneles


Rail Trail of the Sierra Norte

From Cazalla train station to Cerro de Hierro

The best part of this rail trail is particularly interesting because almost anybody can ride it. the route is perfectly paved for the great majority of its length. It commences near the train station of Cazalla-Constantina and continues alongside the Huéznar River to its source in San Nicolas del Puerto, which is a curious place where the cystal clear water bubbles up from the ground. San Nicolas also has a lovely fluvial beach for a refreshing swim in hot weather.

From San Nicolas the trail continues to Cerro del Hierro, an extraordinary place to explore with strange karst landforms and mining histroy and relics, it was exploited by the Scottish in the 19th and 20th centuries.

The rail trail itself is a very gradual climb and passes through Mediterranean Woods, over bridges, by holm oak meadows, through a tunnel and the lush and verdant growth around the river. A pleasure for the senses!


Altimetria Via Verde Sierra Norte