Ecotopia Biketour is a self-organized, international community that has been organizing a yearly bicycle tour in different regions of Europe since 1990. During the tour we visit environmental and social projects and practice forms of activism and sustainable living. We cook communal vegan food, practice consensus decision making, and share skills by doing workshops. One of our core values is to create a non-discriminatory environment. Ecotopia Biketour is for anyone interested in travelling by bike, community life, DIY, an ecological lifestyle, and/or learning by experience. If this sounds good to you, feel welcome to join us!
Read more about what the Ecotopia Biketour is.
This year our theme is "Reclaim the Fields". Starting the 28th of June in Pamplona/Iruña, in July and August we will follow the northern coast of the Iberian Peninsula and then head south until Porto (early September).
If you are planning to join the tour, please fill out our registration form.
You can reach us on the road by calling our Spanish number: +34 672 54 00 78 or German number: +49 157 84844802
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Cooking@the kitchen of pupins house (Пупина куќа) in Vevcani, going up to the mountain hut when its a bit less hot. Tomorrow: Albania. #
Were staying the night, camping in Ohrid. Tomorrow on to ekovillage Vevcani. #
We are one fax ahead of schedule. Today we’ll decide how we ride further. # Biketour is taking a break today at prespa lake, a bit north of village of Pretor, next to the beach. #
9.7.Veles -Teovo After Emil saw us off in Veles, we cycled a quiet road to Teovo, enjoying a dip in a beautiful and cool B… river on the way and again on reaching the village. In Teovo we slept in the charming village school (picture) which, unfortunately, isn’t being used as there are not enough children in the village. We cooked lunch in church kitchen where we had the luxury of eating out of plates and in the evening we were invited for rakija and meze (a range of cold snacks served with rakija) at a local’s house. Our hearts…