Recommended routes may naturally be taken by cyclists “as is”, in as much as they follow the shape of the land, and cyclists can plan their own route based on their possibilities, in terms of physical condition or time.
The type of the road, the main sight-seeing points and the most significant settlements are displayed in each route. A series of symbols clearly specify the opportunities that each place has to offer. At the same time, each route is accompanied by a characteristic diagram which displays the altitudes, the distances in kilometres and the most signification stops.
The largest part of the trek is on tarred roads. The small sections of dirt roads which have been included are in good condition. Special attention needs to be given to isolated roads, as drivers of rural vehicles and small trucks use these for their local needs and they are not so compliant with the road traffic rules.
Always wear a helmet and make sure to have a raincoat with you, since the weather, especially during the summer months, may change abruptly. Always have water with you and condensed food, and also make sure you have the phone number of someone who may be able to send help in the unlikely event that something happens to you.