We had lovely weather for this 62km round trip on the bikes, starting from the forecourt of a tractor retailer.
The morning was spent on minor roads, the afternoon on an old railway line that operated from 1921 to 1977 and was reopened as a recreational route in 2014.
Lunch in a great shady courtyard in Arta, wasn't that great. Ordering a French dish, tartiflette, in Spain was a mistake.
On the way back we broke our journey in Sant Llorenç, where afternoon tea / coffee and ice cream was much appreciated. The wind was against us all afternoon, so although the disused track was flat, cycling was quite hard work.
We were on the ride for about seven hours, of which just over half the time was spent actually in the saddle. But with an hour's journey to and from the start, it made for quite a long day.
Time for a pizza...