Limited availability! In summer ONLY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
You can book by WhatsApp, email or with our web form.
Our most popular route in summer, ideal for a first experience with quads!
The “Mirador y Bosque” ATV tour is a circuit adapted for all levels including beginners and families. It is a mixed circuit of about 15 km of ≈ 1 hour (depending on each group) bringing you to the best wild places in Oropesa del Mar.
After a training by a professional guide who will teach you how to ride an ATV / Quad, we start our circuit through the 2 beaches of Oropesa del Mar (Morro de Gos and Concha). We then head to the marina where a stretch of mountain route begins. Arrived at the top, we arrive to “el Mirador”.
In this place you can enjoy unique views of the entire Levantine coast, from Peñiscola to Grao de Castellón.
As a bonus, first-class views over the Columbretes Islands.
The second part of the guided quad tour takes us to the area of “la Renega / El Balcó”, next to the Karting de Oropesa. A beautiful and fun Mediterranean forest where you can drive your ATV through the forest and have a great time. The perfect place to enjoy your offroad experience.
Two-seater automatic ATV / quad, 300cc, 21CV. Perfect for beginners, families.
Kymco MXU 300 is a powerful quad, light and super easy to ride, the undisputed king of its category.
Requires car license, minimum age for accompanying persons is 7 years old.
Gasoline for the entire quad excursion, helmets, liability insurance, compulsory insurance for each vehicle, experienced guide and carbon compensation 1+1 project.
Do you have any questions? Did you check our FAQ section? Most of common questions are detailled.
¿Not sure of what tour is for you? No worries, you can easily contact us by email or Whatsapp at +34 625 264 407.
We are open by reservation all year round!
Every time you take a quad tour with us, you participate in a reforestation project in Santervás de la Vega (Palencia, Spain).
Every year we calculate the CO2 emissions generated by our routes and plant twice as many trees as necessary to compensate.
One from you and one from us.