New Aragon package launched - 5 minutes from track!

We are delighted to offer a new package very close to the circuit, staying in several houses. Perfect for families, biker groups (super bike destination) and all those not wanting to waste time on coaches!

Perhaps the most under-rated event of the year, everyone should get to Aragon at least once.

We have our usual 'Castle' package staying at the awesome parador Alcaniz dominating the skyline; but as usual this is nearly sold out with just one room remaining, we felt the need to put up a new package to get people to this iconic event.

However it has long been an issue with Aragon that there is very little hotel space anywhere near the circuit, with many staying 1.5 hours away. We don't like sitting in coaches when we could be soaking up action at the track or drinking beer, so we have secured several houses in a village just 5 minutes from the circuit! Nothing too fancy, but a place to set your head, enjoy the local delights or simply bask in our terrace with our beer & wine bucket to hand!

With rooms with capacity of 2,3,4, and even 5 people; this is absolutely PERFECT for families and biker groups -- in fact one of the best biking destinations in Europe IMHO.

Ordinarily a 3 night package from Friday, if you book soon, we will give you the Thursday night at no charge! (And yes, we will do our traditional Thursday evening happy hour!)

We will have a Spanish speaking guide on hand and of course make sure you get to the track and all the action, including some of the later activity. Or you can just pop back to the accommodation on your own time - just a short hop in a taxi!

Of course, our famous opening night dinner will be included -- takes place at the Castle, with special guest speakers.

While we can offer grandstands or any tickets with the package, if you can at all stretch to a Team Experience, this is the event to do it! Amongst other benefits, you will get to visit perhaps the most exciting service road in MotoGP -- and even touch the wall!

[ID: 10997] The 12th century castle was the set of the Order of Calatrava

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