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Cycling routes in Principado de Asturias

Experience thrilling mountain climbs and coastal routes in Principado de Asturias

Principado de Asturias, located in Spain, offers a paradise for road and gravel cyclists with its diverse terrain and stunning landscapes. The region features a mix of coastal routes, mountain climbs, and lush valleys, providing endless opportunities for exploration. Cyclists can ride along the picturesque coastline, visit quaint fishing villages, and breathe in the fresh sea air. Notable cycling spots include the epic climb up the Angliru, a notoriously challenging ascent famous among professional riders. The region is also known for its vibrant culinary scene, offering traditional dishes like Fabada Asturiana. Principado de Asturias is a cyclist's dream destination, combining natural beauty, invigorating rides, and rich gastronomy.

Experience the rugged beauty and challenging climbs as you explore the diverse landscapes of Asturias.

113 km
2099 m

This 113 km road route offers a mix of flat stretches and challenging climbs, allowing you to discover the stunning countryside of Asturias. From Candás, you'll pass through scenic towns like Peña Menéndez and Grau/Grado before reaching Pravia, known for its well-preserved historic buildings. The highlight of the route is reaching the summit of Picu Trapa, where you'll be rewarded with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains. With a difficulty rating of 4 and an epicness rating of 4, this route is perfect for experienced cyclists seeking a scenic and challenging adventure.

Embark on an exciting gravel cycling adventure around Coaña

27 km
848 m

Escape the beaten path and explore the rugged terrain surrounding Coaña on this 27-kilometer gravel cycling adventure. With an ascent of 848 meters, this route is considered moderately challenging. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Navia, marvel at the tranquility of Anlleo, and discover the serenity of Arbón. This route offers a unique and invigorating experience for gravel cycling enthusiasts who crave the thrill of off-road exploration.

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An epic gravel route through stunning landscapes

85 km
1728 m

Embark on an epic gravel adventure and experience the awe-inspiring landscapes of Asturias. This 85-kilometer route offers a challenging ascent of 1,728 meters, making it suitable for experienced gravel cyclists seeking a thrilling ride. Along the way, you'll encounter breathtaking highlights such as La Corredoria, a mountain pass offering panoramic views of the surrounding valleys. Monte Toleo, a natural monument with unique geological formations, is also worth a visit. Brañes, a picturesque village nestled amidst rolling green hills, is perfect for a peaceful break. Finally, Llaranes awaits at the end of the route, offering a rewarding finish to your journey. Prepare yourself for an unforgettable gravel adventure in the heart of Asturias.

Conquer the challenging ascent and breathtaking views of the Gijón mountains

120 km
2867 m

This round-trip cycling route near Gijón offers a challenging and exhilarating experience for avid cyclists. With a total ascent of 2867 meters and a distance of 120 kilometers, this demanding route takes you through the picturesque landscapes of Principado de Asturias. You'll ride past highlights like El Peñón, Aramanti, Llosona, Martimporra, Sotrondio, and more, with each offering its own unique charm and beauty. With its difficulty rating of 4 and epicness level of 5, this route is perfect for experienced cyclists seeking adrenaline-fueled adventures. Prepare to be captivated by the stunning surroundings and rewarded with sweeping panoramic views.

Embark on an adventurous journey through Morcín's valleys and experience the dramatic beauty of Asturias.

83 km
2775 m

This road cycling route starting near Castandiello takes you through the valleys of Morcín, offering a thrilling adventure for cycling enthusiasts. With a distance of 83 kilometers and an ascent of 2775 meters, this route provides a challenging experience for well-trained amateurs. Highlights include La Foz de Morcín, a spectacular gorge that showcases the raw power of nature, and Güeyal de Valdemurio, where you can witness the majestic beauty of Valdemurio River. As you pedal through Proaza, you will encounter picturesque landscapes and the opportunity to visit charming local cafes. Other highlights along the way include Montero and Santolaya, where you can experience traditional Asturian hospitality and cuisine.

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Experience the charm of Llosona as you ride through winding roads and scenic countryside

39 km
1102 m

Discover the hidden countryside gem of Llosona with this road cycling route that will lead you through winding roads and breathtaking landscapes. Despite its shorter distance, this route offers an enriching cycling experience suitable for cyclists of all levels. Pause for a moment in Llosona and relish the tranquility of this picturesque village nestled amidst lush surroundings before continuing back to Sotrondio.

Embark on an epic gravel route conquering rugged terrains and breathtaking mountain peaks

81 km
2645 m

Embark on an unforgettable gravel cycling experience through challenging terrains and majestic mountain landscapes. This route is designed for experienced cyclists seeking an adrenaline-pumping adventure. With significant elevation gain and diverse highlights along the way, it offers a thrilling journey for those craving epic adventures. Ride into the heart of nature's embrace and discover the hidden wonders of San Martín del Rey Aurelio and beyond.

Immerse yourself in the rich cultural heritage and stunning natural scenery of Asturias

100 km
2618 m

Embark on a road cycling adventure that combines a journey through Asturian history with breathtaking natural beauty. With a distance of 100 kilometers and a total ascent of 2,618 meters, this route offers a mix of challenging climbs and scenic descents. Starting near Carreña, you'll pass highlights such as El Táranu, known for its panoramic views, and Meré, a charming village with traditional architecture. Llanes, another highlight, is a historic town with a fascinating medieval old town and stunning ocean views. Puertu Chicu is a picturesque mountain pass that offers breathtaking mountain landscapes. End your journey in Carreña, a small village known for its traditional charm and natural surroundings.

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Discover the scenic landscapes of Asturias on this circular road cycling route starting near Ranón.

64 km
690 m

This circular road cycling route takes you through the diverse landscapes of Asturias, offering plenty of scenic beauty along the way. With a total ascent of 690m and a distance of 64km, the route is suitable for intermediate-level cyclists. Highlights along the route include Arnao, a charming coastal village known for its beautiful sandy beaches, Mirador de Salinas with its stunning vistas, Tresona / Trasona, a picturesque lake area surrounded by rolling hills, Piedrasblancas, a historical town rich in cultural heritage, Picu Trapa, a famous viewpoint, Mirador del Espíritu Santo, offering panoramic views, and L'Arena, a quaint village with a captivating atmosphere. Experience the natural beauty and cultural richness of Asturias as you explore this road cycling route.

Experience the charming countryside of Noreña and be enchanted by the historical landmarks

70 km
1574 m

The Central Loop is a scenic cycling route that starts near Noreña, showcasing the picturesque countryside and rich history of the region. The route offers a challenging ride with an ascent of 1574 meters over a distance of 70 kilometers. As you pedal through the rolling hills and quaint villages, you will encounter several highlights such as Tudela Agüeria, known for its traditional architecture, and La Torre, an ancient tower with panoramic views. Lloriana, with its charming streets and traditional Asturian houses, is another highlight along the way. Peña Llampaya, a stunning rock formation, offers a perfect spot to take a break and enjoy the scenery. The route concludes in Noreña, a vibrant town known for its historical significance and traditional cuisine.

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