2023 Vuelta a Espana -
3 - 7 nights
Why Book This Trip?
The Salida Official of the 78th edition of the Vuelta a Espana will take place in Barcelona. The race for Red will start with two days in the capital of Catalunya. the full route announcement will take place on 10th January 2023, but we already know that Barcelona will host the first two stages.
The first stage takes place on Saturday 26th August 2023 and will be a Team Time Trial in Barcelona. Stage 2 starts outside of Barcelona and finishes in Barcelona. Stage 3 starts and finishes at yet-to-be-announced locations.
Sportive Breaks is an Official Tour Operator for the 2023 Vuelta a Espana. Experience the passion of cycling from the Catalan people and the amazing culinary and landscape the region has to offer with official 2023 Vuelta a Espana hospitality experiences.
Live race viewing from Vuelta Hospitality Areas: Witness the excitement of the team presentation and 2 stages LIVE from official Vuelta Hospitality Areas!
Official Vuelta Hospitality
Hospitality on both stages included
Day To Day
Daily Highlights: : Witness the excitement of the team presentation ( Barcelona location TBC)
The opening 14-kilometre team time trial is set to finish in Montjuic Park in the Catalan capital.
- PM – Hospitality at Stage 1 – Team Time Trial
Today you have two options for hospitality. Choose start Village or Finish Hospitality.
- Watch Stage 2 live
Today the 2023 Vuelta a Espana will have its 2nd stage with the stage starting outside of Barcelona and finishing in Barcelona.
Plus a day on the course in an official Vuelta race car.
More About the Event
Barcelona is a city with a long-standing sporting tradition with close ties to cycling.
This fact is evident through the numerous sporting events that take place there throughout the year – the Volta a Catalunya and the City of Barcelona International Track Cycling or Mountain Bike Trophy, in particular.
The last time La Vuelta stopped in Barcelona was in the race’s 2012 edition. The 9th stage left from Andorra and ended at Montjuïc, with Belgian rider Philippe Gilbert crossing the finish-line in first place.
Barcelona already hosted La Vuelta’s official departure in 1962, with a first linear stage spanning over 90 km that both started and ended within the city itself. Victory went to Antón Barrutia. The last time Barcelona held a time trial was back in 1978, also in Montjuïc. Victory went to Bernard Hinault, who inaugurated a brilliant victory tally featuring five Tours de France, three Giros d’Italia and two Vueltas.
The City of Barcelona has also seen the Tour de France ride through in 2009, with a stage finale won by Norwegian rider Thor Hushovd (stage 6) and the departure of the 7th stage. It also hosts an emblematic and historic cycling race every year: the Volta a Catalunya.
Barcelona is now preparing to receive La Vuelta once again. The event will be broadcast on TV in almost 200 countries, with daily average ratings of 1.5 million viewers in Spain. The race mobilises a travelling caravan that transports over 2500 people, among them over 600 journalists from around 20 countries, and over 200 different types of media.