Puerto de Ebo (Alicante)
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Roads & TrafficPuerto de Ebo has a very good surface throughout and carries little traffic.
Climb DescriptionPuerto de Ebo from Pego is a very scenic climb from the Costa Blanca in the east of Spain. The climb follows the CV-712 road and begins just to the south of Pego. It offers beautiful views of the coast as it winds over the Migdia mountains into the Ebo valley. It is one of the many climbs in the area that is popular with professional cyclists, who often base themselves in the nearby towns of Calpe, Benidorm and Alcoy in the winter months.
The gradients on Puerto de Ebo are quite gentle and consistent, enabling you to find a steady rhythm. It is open throughout the year and is one of our most highly recommended climbs in the area.
Other sidesPuerto de Ebo can also be accessed from Vall d'Ebo. This is the significantly shorter side.
Nearby ClimbsVall de la Gallinera
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