- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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There is no sign of breakfast at the Grandas Hostal so we are on the road at 9am. There are miles of beautiful roads here in Asturias. We ride over two low passes of 1200 and 1700 metres respectively. Unfortunately any altitude over 800m is in cloud so ready have few good views and the riding is difficult. There are lots of lakes created by small dams across ...
We arrive in Santander at 11:45. It is a lovely approach into the harbour. The town tumbles down the hills that surround the inlet. No sign of my bank though.
The channel into the harbour runs past sandbanks to the east. They seem far too close for a boat this big. The town climbs up the hillsides to the west.
There are around a hundred bikes queuing to disembark so it ...
... of the excursion listed lunch as lasting two hours.
Now it was time to work off some of that meal with the walking tour of Oviedo.
The highlight was the Cathedral de San Salvador de Oviedo.
Although construction began in the 13th century, it took 300 years to complete, and even then, they never got around to finishing the second steeple. Our guide said ...
... it was a smaller cup and take-away. The children amazed us. From about 2 years of age, they scoot around on various types of pedal-less bikes and scooters. And, they are incredibly active; everywhere, they are running and climbing and jumping, with parents passively observing. I did not see one obese child; coincidence? Tomorrow is La Coruna. I do not know how long I can keep up this ...
10km of well-maintained path (formerly a service track for a HEP scheme) high above the Rio Cares between Poncebos and Cain constitute, perhaps unfortunately, the most popular mountain walk in Spain. The Lonely Planet describes walking it in August 'can feel like a Saturday morning on London's Oxford St.' However, we were undeterred and were rewarded with a magnificent and at times vertiginous excursion along the gorge separating the ...