The best way to explore Andalusia, is on two wheels! 

So, join us on this epic 7 day cycling adventure across Andalusia. This is the perfect challenge for those of you wanting to combine doing a challenge for a great cause, with an experience that will be filled with fond and long lasting memories of discovery! 

Cycling 30-40 miles every day, for 7 days, to provide clean safe drinking water to entire communities, you will also get the once in a lifetime opportunity to discover and explore Islamic heritage sites and uncover the long forgotten Islamic history of Spain. We will be visiting landmark Spanish mosques, fortresses and eventually arriving at the site where the Nasrids, the last Muslim dynasty in Spain made their final stand. 

Whilst this is a challenge, it is not a race – so you will be able to enjoy the breathtaking sights, sounds and smells whilst you cycle; stopping to admire the views and capture lots of stunning photographs for your memories…and of course, soak up the sun! 

Highlights: Cordoba – Madinat Al Zahrah – Almodova – Castro del Rio – Alcala La Real - Granada – Alhambra - Al Pujjara Mountains

Included: In-country transfers, English speaking Muslim tour guide, Bike hire, Accommodation, Most meals, Transport/Support Vehicles, Entrance fees for all excursions. 

Not Included: International Flights, Additional drinks and refreshments, Costs incurred for any extended stay.

Date: 5th – 12th October 2017

Registration: £500 (book your own flights)

Minimum Fundraising Target: £1500

Deadline for Registration: 31st August 2017 (50% deposit - remainder due by 14th September)

Fly into Malaga Airport.

To make the most of our stay in Cordoba, we recommend that you book your flight to arrive by no later than 1pm on 5th October and to return after 6pm on the 12th October. 

You can of course choose to stay on for a few more days if you wish, at your own cost. 

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Islamic Relief UK

Islamic Relief is an international relief and development charity that aims to alleviate the suffering of the worlds poorest people.

As well as responding to disasters and emergencies, Islamic Relief promotes sustainable economic and social development by working with local communities - regardless of race, religion or gender.

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