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A large part of his website is in English too. The FEDME is the Spanish hiking and mountaineering organisation, realising and maintaining - together with the regional hiking organisations - the Senderos de Gran Recorrido, or the GRs, long distance trails. You will find a database of all the GR's here. Often, it's wise to visit one of the regional organisations' webpage for more information. Website on mountain activities in Spain, giving nice suggestions for short and long hikes. Rate this country 8. Elon Bartov June Rate 8 Positive the landscape, the accomodations and the people attidude. Miguel Rate 9 Positive Great landscapes all around, never too far from towns if necessary.

Slightly off the beaten path, Sanabria is quite nice. The weather seems to be mostly amazing, great diversity of wildlife The Picos mountains in particular were sublime. Tanja Laitila Rate 8 Positive Good weather all year round, small rural roads and tracks all over to choose and build your own hike with a bit of imagination and liking to adventure.

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Guides and maps. It also has the best transport infrastructure in Europe, and its new network of intercity motorways and rail connections mean that the local roads are virtually traffic free. The Roman version originally went from Merida in the south to Astorga in the north, and was used during the conquest of Iberia.

Over time it became the main way of getting from the south of Spain to Santiago de Compostella, and is now an alternative route to the French Way for pilgrims going there.

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Although much of the original route survives in one form or another, the modern manifestation is longer and has been extended south to Seville and north, via Leon a more important city than Astorga , and onto Gijon. Two reasons stand out — one historic and one modern. Historically the route brought wealth to the towns and cities it connected, particularly once Spain had colonised the Americas and gold and silver flooded into the country via Seville. There is a huge range of accommodation — from Paradors and private hotels in old palaces to more humble, family-run hostels — and, despite currency fluctuations, Spain is still great value for money.

Spain, as mentioned already, has transformed its transport infrastructure. I found this an invaluable starting point for my trip. The site offers two routes — one for off-road mountain bikes and one for road bikes — and itineraries, which naturally promote the towns forming the association, are suggested for both routes.

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I approach long-distance cycling in the same way as I approach long-distance walking. I sleep every night in a bed rather than a tent, and finding interesting accommodation and enjoying the local food is a key of part of my travel experience: when walking I hardly carry anything. Although a bit of fine-tuning was needed, my bike setup is the same: lightweight and flexible.

In Spain everything was squeezed into an oversized saddlebag, but I had enough in it to comfortably switch from cycling to sight-seeing and eating out. We went in May and enjoyed perfect weather, but I suspect anything much later would have been too hot. Despite having to cross three mountain ranges — the Sierra Morena, the Sierra Gredos and the Cantabrian Mountains — and despite a combined age horribly close to years — we found it an easy route.