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Your next cycle friendly stay

Mountain Hostel Tarter

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At Mountain Hostel Tarter you can perfectly rest from them grueling mountain stages. Awarded a bike friendly seal of approval they just got the perfect punchline to settle down this remark ‘Sleep & Ride’.

The hostel has a heated outdoor hydro-massage swimming pool, a barbecue area and a terrace equipped with hammocks. Also important, your bike can be stored safe, all tools are available in case something needs to be adjusted and a pressure washer to keep your bike well maintained and ready for the next day.

Mountain Hotel Tarter is staffed by real enthusiasts who like to cycle themselves as well. Ask them for advice on routes to ride and you will get firsthand experience.

This makes the hostel actually a small tourism office

The hostel is an old farm house and got nine comfortable rooms. This typical Andorran building is over 200 years old, built in the 18th century. Later on it was used to keep the farms animals like cows and mules, alongside the summer’s harvest. They maintained the buildings’ construction, and added colorful design elements. It is now modern and fresh. In addition, fact is the Mountain Hostel Tarter even has its own Eco-Commitment. Like all the hot water you use here is heated up by the sun.

The roads in Andorra are in perfect condition, and every route and point of interest is well indicated and explained in detail. Although Andorra is a small country, its long 21 mountain passes with some featuring on the Vuelta de Espana or even the Tour de France every year. Mountain Hostel Tarter can be a perfect getaway where all kind of outdoor enthusiastics comes together.

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