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We Got Kicked Out Of The Camping! | First Day Of Camino Del Norte

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    The first autumn day and getting to Oviedo |Camino del Norte from Villaviciosa to Cudillero - Day 22

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    On the Day 22 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we got from the village Villaviciosa to Oviedo and then to the town Cudillero in Asturias.

    We woke up absolutely broken apart even though we slept well that night. All the muscles were sore and the shoulders and back were aching. Everything was telling us to stop that day but we couldn't. So we decided to continue the Camino in direction to Villaviciosa and probably find a spot there to camp cause there was no official camping whatsoever. Also we started to think about the big cities that we were getting close to - Gijon and Oviedo and we needed to skip them somehow as usual. So it was hard but we started walking. The weather was working in our favour - the sky was completely covered in clouds and we enjoyed it a lot after yesterday's extreme heat. We passed by few villages with old churches and the route was going through the beautiful green valley with eucalyptus forest on the sides...
     
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    Untouched natural beauty of the atlantic oceancoast | San Pedro de La Ribera, Cabo Vidio and Cadavedo on Camino del Norte-Day 24

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    On the Day 24 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we got from San Pedro de la Ribera beach to the village Cadavedo in Asturias.

    We spent a quiet night in the fields at a spot that we found yesterday. The day started nicely. Then the sun established it's place on the sky and it was there all day long. The first thing we planned to do is to get to Cabo Vidio and to explore this place - that's what locals recommend you to visit. Our trail started with path through the eucalyptus forest. Then we had a really long walk through the village Vivigo. We wandered a little bit in it and finally came out to Cabo Vidio Cliff. The place was absolutely spectacular giving you 360 degree views of the surrounding cliffs and stunning rocks that are standing out of the water. There is an important lighthouse located - that's seen from 40 km both sides..

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    Splendid natural area of Cabo Bustu in Asturias, Spain | Camino del Norte from Cadavedo to Luarca - Day 25

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    On the Day 25 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we got from Cadavedo village to the town Luarca in Asturias.

    We woke up really early that day to be in time to catch the train. It was our great motivation. We wanted to travel 2 stops and to get off on the station Caneiru so that we have more time to explore another beautiful cliff. And also we saw that most of the trail was on or near the road and we didn't want to walk all that distance. So we got ready as quickly as possible and rushed to the train station...
     
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    Discovering hidden scenic beaches in Asturias | Camino del Norte from Luarca to Playa de Otur - Day 26

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    On the Day 26 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we got from the town of Luarca to Playa de Otur in Asturias.

    We ended up liking the camping Los Cantiles quite a lot when in the morning we had time to explore it. It was very spacious green space with lots of different spots to camp and the proximity of the ocean and incredible views from it - make it a special place.So we walked out of the camping and headed straight to the lighthouse to get a closer view of it. The lighthouse itself was nothing special but the white chapel at the side of it was standing out. Town was located in the couloir between hills on different levels. So we got that it was an actual fishing village because of the amount of boats parked in the port. Then we went up to the Ermita on the other side of the town and continued walking along the coast...
     
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    Perfect and Easy Coastal Trail on Camino del Norte - Las Barqueras, Barayo, Puerto de Vega- Day 27

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    On the Day 27 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we got from las Barqueras to the outskirts of Navia in Asturias.

    We started our day by walking first 2 kms on the busy car road and turned away to the nature reserve El Barayo. We planned to hike in direction to Navia as long as we could and follow the path along the coast that we saw on the map. El Barayo turned out to be a site where they preserve the dune nature and fauna which is typical to these places but nowadays because of the human intervention gets extinct. The beach was beautiful where hundreds of seagulls were chilling out at the ocean side close to the river. There we saw the first indicator sign of the local white and yellow trail of the coastal path that we were to follow all that day. To our surprise this trail was perfectly signed and was stretching all along the coast all the way to Navia. It was absolutely breathtaking...
     
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    Following the GR E9 - great alternative to Camino del Norte | From Navia to Tapia de Casariego - Day 28

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    On the Day 28 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we got from Navia to Tapia de Casariego in Asturias.

    We woke up to a quiet chilly morning in the field. At night it was windy but we were warm because we covered all the sides of the tent with a hay that we found at a place.So we started the day very early and the plan was to take the train from Navia to the station Caridad which was 4 stations to skip the road part because there were no paths whatsoever looking at the map. And then continue on to Ribadeo to our camping site. So we had hour and a half of time to enjoy the coastal trail we started yesterday. It was almost 9 kms long but we didn't want to miss any of it because it was stunning all the way long. This coastal route was one of the best during this hike and it would be one of our favourites of all times. And even though we were almost late to the train...
     
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    Discover the Underwater world - Incredible As Catedrais Beach in Ribadeo, Galicia | Camino del Norte - Day 29

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    On the Day 29 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we passed through Ribadeo and Las Catedrales Beach in Galicia.

    We packed everything up and were on the trail only at 12.00 a.m. So we hiked several kms along the coast, explored several amazing beaches with white sand and finally got to Ribadeo. We continued to hear the unusual Galician language around and were wandering the last days about how it formed and what is it similar to. And it stroke us that we're close to Portugal and it sounds much like Portuguese language. So we had a small walk in Ribadeo and then hoped on the train to move 3 stops further to get to the Praia As Catedrais which was known as a popular tourist attraction. The train stop was very close to it so after walking 2 kms along the coastal path we were at the place...
     
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    Scenic natural trail Ruta del Cantabrico in Galicia | Camino del Norte from Foz to Valdoviño - Day 30

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    On the Day 30 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we got from the town Foz to Valdoviño in Galicia.

    It was a beautiful sunny morning when we woke up in the camping San Rafael. As we walked out of it we saw the indicator of Ruta Camino Natural del Cantabrico that we discovered yesterday. And so the plan was to follow this trail 3 or 4 stops further along the coast to the train station Cangaz de Foz and then take quite a long journey to Valdoviño. So we walked the Ruta natural for about 10 kms, saw several beaches, two rivers flowing into ocean and overall enjoyed it a lot...
     
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    Exploring Island area of Sanxenxo, A Lanzada and O Grove in Galicia | Camino del Norte - Day 31

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    On the Day 31 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we hiked from the town A Lanzada to O Grove in Galicia.

    So we started the day late and got out of the camping at the latest possible hour of check out at 12.00 am. The camping was actually very nice and the views of the surrounding islands were absolutely fantastic.So we went out of it and right away were forced to walk along the car road because there was no alternative path. And the thing that we noticed yesterday about the place being very touristic with the variety of hotels and apartments just got proved. We were there out of season and so couldn't really see the whole picture how it is when it's hot but we could imagine that it might be very busy. We passed along the beach and went out to the Ermita de Nosa Señora da Lanzada and saw the ruins of the Roman town. It was a viewpoint of one the longest beaches of Galicia La Lanzada...
     
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