Northern Spain is a paradise for riding and the possibilities are endless, regardless of your stamina or preferred terrain. In general, locals are used to cyclists because the French route of the famous pilgrimage 'El Camino de Santiago' also goes through there. Even though the temperatures are pretty agreeable all year round by the coastline, do time your visit between April and October to avoid heavy rain or snow if cycling through the mountains.We love this part of Spain, and we can assure it won't disappoint you! Expect a lot of climbing (Spain is not a flat country!), lush forests and frequent encounters with cows and goats. Of course, there's also great food and Spanish culture-vibes in every quaint little town on the way. We cycled in Asturias, Cantabria and País Vasco, and these are some of our favorite stretches.
The route starts in the city of Oviedo from which you are able to cycle out on a very nice bike lane which once was a train track. Very soon, at the town of San Andrés, you enter a lovely family-friendly stretch known as ‘Senda del Oso’: a quiet path along a valley following the Trubia river and ascending…
This stretch was one of our other highlights from the Northern Spain trip. It starts at the train station of Arriondas and finishes at the train station of Cabezón de la Sal since both towns are connected by a train and, if you wish, you can return to the start by train. In Spain, you are allowed to…
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