Day 1 / Starting in Plymouth you take the ferry to Santander, aboard you can relax in the comfort of an ensuite cabin and enjoy dinner in one of the restaurants on board.
Day 2 / 100 miles. From Santander you cruise through the High Sierras to your first hotel stop near Burgos.
Day 3 / 290 miles. Riding down through more stunning Spanish scenery, you make your way to your hotel in Cuidad Real the capital of Castile–La Mancha.
Day 4 / 280 miles. You continue down to the tip of Spain and overnight in Algeciras just north of the Straight of Gilbratar to give you an early start for the ferry across to Morocco.
Day 5 / 100 miles. In the Morning you get an early start and take the fast ferry to Tangier, make your way through customs and then along the Mediterranean coast road. You turn inland and climb over the mountain of Jebel Tisouka to the village of Chefchaouen.
Day 6 / 123 miles. Taking the road south to Ouazzane past riverbeds and magnificent gorges, you visit the roman settlement of Volubilis and then onto your destination, Fez.
Day 7 / Day off to tour around the city of Fez taking in some of the finest sights of this, the best preserved old city in the Arabic world.
Day 8 / 190 miles. You climb up to the plateau of the Middle Atlas, past Moroccan ski resorts and the 5000 ft peaks, through lush forests and continue on south. In the afternoon you cut over the High Atlas themselves, passing through the breath-taking Gorge de Ziz before arriving at Er-Rachidia.
Day 9 / 90 miles. A short day down to the desert camp in Merzouga. Palm tress lines the route and the air becomes increasingly dry as you venture down to your most south western point on the tour. The views of the milky way tonight need to be seen to be believed!
Day 10 / Rest day in the desert to recharge your batteries and awaken your inner Lawrence of Arabia, explore the dunes, take a camel ride or just embrace the beauty of the surrounding scenery.
Day 11 / 220 miles. After your refreshing day off yesterday you hit the road again, this time heading west and into the highlands of the south. You visit Todra Gorges, the fault line between the High Atlas and Jebel Sarho. Onto Ouarzazate you also drop in at the Valley du Dades and its snaking mountain passes.
Day 12/ 122 miles. Today you ride one of the finest mountain passes in Africa, the Tizi-n-Tichka at an altitude of 2500m its winding roads and panoramic views are a truly unforgettable experience. This takes you down across the plains and back over to the west to your destination for the next two days, the stunning city of Marrakesh.
Day 13 Day off in Marrakesh, explore the sights, do some shopping in the Medina or just relax in one of the traditional Turkish baths dotted around the city.
Day 14 / 200 miles. From Marrakesh you ride up the coast to the capital of Morocco, Imperial Rabat, and visit the King Mohammed Golden Mausoleum.
Day 15 / 170 miles. Travelling north once more along the Atlantic coast you ride all the way up to your entry point in Tangier for your final night in Morocco.
Day 16 / 225 miles. Get up early and take the fast ferry back to Spain and then ride on to your overnight stop near the Cazalla de la Sierra national Park.
Day 17 / 320 miles. You ride up northwards back past the spectacular scenery of the High Sierras, Guadalupe and more national parks before reaching your hotel near Salamanca.
Day 18 / 250 miles. From Salamanca you drop into the Picos National park for a last bit of twisty fun before arriving in Santander to catch the overnight ferry to Plymouth.
Day 19 Arrive in Plymouth and savour the memories of a trip of a lifetime!