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Asturias coast by bike
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Asturias coast by bike
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Green fields, cool woods and lovely coves


Bike Tour: Asturias coast by bike - 8 days

E-bikes are available for this destination !!!

Spain’s green north coast makes the perfect setting for an easy cycling holiday. Over hills and almost flat country roads you cycle past the coast ranges of El Cuera and El Sueve in the shadow of the impressive snowy peaks of the Picos de Europa. Passing tiny coves and charming coastal villages, you ride from Cantabria into Asturias. Some of your routes follow sections of the Pilgrims’ Route to Santiago de Compostela (Saint James’ Way) so you will find ruins and Romanesque chapels along the way. The cider-making capital of Villaviciosa makes a good introduction to Asturian gastronomy before sending you off to the friendly city of Gijon where good fish restaurants await you. Extra nights can be booked to enjoy the beach in Gijon or to visit the outstanding San Salvador Cathedral, Gothic gem situated in nearby Oviedo.

Map cycling Asturias coast
Day 1: Arrival in Villanueva de Colombres
Day 2: Circular route from Villanueva (45km / 28mill)
Day 3: From Villanueva to Llanes (25km / 15,5mill)
Day 4: From Llanes to Nueva de Llanes (24-27km / 14,9-16,7mill)
Day 5: From Nueva to Colunga (37km / 23mill)
Day 6: From Colunga to Agüero via Villaviciosa and Tazones (37km / 23mill)
Day 7: From Agüero to Gijón (29km / 18mill)
Day 8: End of arrangement

Day 1:    Arrival in Villanueva de Colombres

Today you arrive in Asturias at your charming and stylish hotel built by wealthy emigrants returning from ‘Las Americas’ in 1908 in the typical neo-colonial style locally known as ‘Casona de Indiano’.  If you’re interested in the history of (re)migration in Asturias, you can visit the Museum in the Quinta de Guadalupe in Colombres.  

Challenge: Arrival on the Green Coast of Spain.

Villages along the way: Villanueva de Colombres

Day 2:    Circular route from Villanueva (45km / 28mill)
45 km

You start off the cycling tour with a lovely ride through rolling hills on the border between Cantabria and Asturias. Option of making a small detour to the beach of Pechón at the end of the day OR to the Cueva del Pindal, with its prehistoric cave paintings, or the Romanesque ruins of Santa Tina Church.

Challenge: 45km / 28mill, 440m ascent / 130m descent. 

Villages along the way: Merodio, Muñorrodero, Pechón, Pesués, Vilde

Day 3:    From Villanueva to Llanes (25km / 15,5mill)
25 km

Today you take a quiet ride further into the province of Asturias. First you cross the ‘dark valley’ of la Borbolla and then you cross over to the coast line, in order to follow the cycling route “Senda de la Costa” to Llanes. Lovely beaches along the way and an outdoor swimming pool at your hotel in the outskirts of Llanes. For dinner you have very good options in the town centre.

Challenge: 25km / 15,8mill, 325m ascent / 140m descent.  

Villages along the way: Colombres, Pimiango, La Borbolla, Andrín, Cué

Day 4:    From Llanes to Nueva de Llanes (24-27km / 14,9-16,7mill)
27 km

Today's route runs through rolling hills to Nueva de Llanes, passing several beaches where you can stop for a dip. The first section of the route passes the ethnographic museum of Porrúa and the beautifully situated church of Niembro. From the village of Posada, there are two variants to choose from. The standard route follows a section of the Camino del Norte, via Naves and Villahormes. The alternative route goes inland and has a steep ascent via Rales. Both options end at today's accommodation, located in Nueva de Llanes. From Nueva there is the option of cycling an additional 4 km to visit the beach at Cuevas del Mar.

Challenge: 24-27 km / 14,9-16,7mill, 250/425m ascent, 150/225m descent 

Villages along the way: Posada, Rales

Day 5:    From Nueva to Colunga (37km / 23mill)
37 km

Today you continue along the coast. Your route is also part of the Camino de Santiago del Norte (Northern Variant of Saint James’ Way) and painted shells in blue and yellow will guide you. In Colunga there is still time to visit the Jurassic Museum before dinner (but in order to get there, you have to cycle and climb a few km extra.

Challenge: 37km / 23mill, 330-400m ascent , 225m descent.

Villages along the way: Caravia, Colunga

Day 6:    From Colunga to Agüero via Villaviciosa and Tazones (37km / 23mill)
37 km

Villaviciosa, with its inviting historical centre, was once an important stop for pilgrims going to Santiago. It is now the centre for cider-making in Asturias. Your cross this town and then cycle along the estuary protected birding area; ZEPA) via Tázones to Argüero (36km, 420m in ascent). The village of Tazones. This village is famous for its sea food restaurants and because of the accidental anchoring of Emperor Carlos the 5th fleet in 1517

Challenge: 37 km / 23mill, 420m ascent, 180m descent.

Villages along the way: Priesca, Villaviciosa, Tazones

Day 7:    From Agüero to Gijón (29km / 18mill)
29 km

Your last day of cycling is slightly shorter but starts off with a good ascent. Climb up through the lush greenery of the Asturian countryside and then, from an elevation of 220m, sail down into the city of Gijon, riding along the beautiful San Lorenzo Beach boardwalk all the way to your hotel.

Challenge: 29km / 18mill, 240m ascent, 280m descent. 

Villages along the way: Arroes, Peón, Somio

Day 8:    End of arrangement

Your arrangement ends today after breakfast.


The hotels on this trip have been carefully selected for their location, atmosphere and/or unique services. All rooms are en-suite. Some of the hotels we work with appear here. If a certain hotel is unable to confirm due to lack of availability, we will request a similar one and inform you about the alternative booked. 

Extra nights: Extra nights can be booked at any of the accommodations along the way.

La Quinta de Villanueva (Villanueva de Colombres)
La Quinta de Villanueva*** (Villanueva de Colombres)

This elegant hotel of "indiano" style is in between the high mountains of Picos de Europa and the coast. A charming hotel that still preserves the splendor of the time it was built (in 1908), as can be seen in its mahogany door, its magnificent stairway or the freco paintings on the ceiling. Their customized and friendly treatment is one of their basic premises to make guests fell at home.

Hotel Finca La Mansión**** (Llanes)
Hotel Finca La Mansión**** (Llanes)

This hotel imitates a Neoclassical palace with an indoor cloister and a "Light Saloon". Located in a large countryside property with 10,000 m2 that includes an outdoor swimming pool, wide gardens and beautiful views to the Cuera range. Llanes, with its medieval urban structure and its beaches, is only 1.6 km away.

 Hotel Don Tomás** (Nueva de Llanes)
Hotel Don Tomás** (Nueva de Llanes)

In a renovated "Casa de Indianos" that has been transformed into a small and charming hotel. This hotel has preserved the look of the time, which makes the stay a whole experience for the traveller.

Hotel Mar del Sueve*** (Colunga)
Hotel Mar del Sueve*** (Colunga)

This hotel was opened in 2002. they renovated a typical “Casa de Indianos” that was built in 1881. The hotel preserves the stately charm at the same time as it provides all the modern amenities for its guests.

Hotel La Figar***
Hotel La Figar*** (Argüero)

Hotel Rural La Figar opened in 2000. This family-run hotel was opened after turning an old, family home into a small, welcoming rural hotel. It is located in Argüero, in the heart of cider region. The hotel has eight comfortable rooms personalized and decorated differently, with all the comforts you may need.

Hotel Asturias **** (Gijón)

Historical and catalogued builiding, located in the Plaza Mayor, in the monumental quarter of Gijón. Between the marina, the beach of San Lorenzo and the fishing quarter of cimadevilla, the oldest in the city.

  • Bike Type: Hybrid trekking bike with alu frame and 28" wheels
  • Gears: Adults bikes: 21 or 24  gears // Kids bikes: 7, 14 or 21 gears
  • Suspension: Yes
  • Frame sizes: (Adults): XS ,S ,M , L, XL (Kids): 20"/24"/26"

                           Male                                                                  Female


                               CUBE TOURING

  • Bike model:        Kalkhoff Endeavour MOVE B9 Trapez
  • Bike Type:          Electric
  • Motor:                 Bosch Performance Cruise, 250 W
  • Frame:                28 '' Aluminum Wave
  • Battery:              500 Wh
  • Autonomy:        180 km
  • Technology:       Shift-sensor technology for smooth shifting 
  • Wheels:              Schwalbe Marathon Plus  
  • Sizes:                  S, M & L (Unisex

         e-bike Kalhoff Endeavour MOVE B9 Trapez

                  Kalkhoff Endeavour MOVE B9 Trapez

  • Bike model: MMR KUMA 29
  • Bike type: MBT
  • Frame: Aluminium 6061-T6 double hydroformed crowned 
  • Brakes: Shimano MT-200 Hydraulic 
  • Tires: Hutchinson Python 2

 Rental Bike MMR Kuma 29

                           MMR KUMA 29

                            Male                                              Female

Race bike MMR Grand Tour 105Race bike Specialized Dolce

                MMR Grand Tour 105                                      Specialized Dolce

  • Rental bicycles ALWAYS include: repair kit, pump and lock.
  • Depending on the type of bicycle you can add (for free, but on request): map holder, 1 front pannier or 1 rear pannier
  • Helmet available (on request); € 5/adults, free for children

Practical info

7 nights accommodation

2* hotels - 3*hotels and 4* hotels

7 breakfasts included

Detailed route information and maps

24-hour telephone assistance

Luggage transport to the next hotel according to program

If you arrive in your own vehicle, you can leave it parked in a public square in Villanueva de Colombres, but it is not a guarded parking lot.
There is an extra fee for parking the car at the first accommodation in case you leave it there for the whole week. 

Acces to the trip on our navigation app

Single Supplement
Solo Traveler Supplement

Private transfers to/from the different airports at the beginning/ end of the tour can be arranged.
Transfer from last hotel back to the first can be arranged

Not Included:

  • Transport to first and from last accommodation
  • Lunches
  • Dinners
  • Helmet and bike hire (can be booked separately)

Optional Services:

  • Bike rental: bicycles can be hired with the following characteristics: GIANT light-frame hybrid bicycles, with 21 gears (Shimano parts), repair kit, lock, pump, helmet, front and back panniers and map carrier
  • Electric Bike rental: TREK bikes (4 levels of support/ batteries charge while you descent)
  • Transfers to and from airport / train station / bus station
  • Transfer from last hotel back to the first (parking for the week at first hotel for an extra fee)
  • Bus or train tickets
  • Extra nights at any hotel along the way, on the Cantabrian coast or city hotels in Oviedo, Gijón or Bilbao.
  • Shipment of printed documents to the first accommodation
prices & dates

The nearest airports are Oviedo (OVD), also known as Asturias airport, Santander (SDR) and Bilbao (BIO).

Arrival in Villanueva de Colombres

If you fly to Asturias airport (OVI)  there are easy shuttle connection to city centre bus station, then take a  bus to Unquera (check timetables at and then take a taxi to Villanueva de Colombres.

If you fly to other airports (Santander-SDR or Bilbao-BIO) you can catch a direct bus to Unquera from Santander or Bilbao city centre. Once in Unquera you continue by taxi to Villanueva de Colombres (4km).

It is wise to book your bus tickets and taxi transfer in advance, especially if you're travelling in summer or at weekends. Bus tickets can be purchased in advance on the ALSA website ( or through your Spanish Bike Tours office. 

Departure from Gijón

From Gijón there are easy bus connections to all 3 airports (Asturias-OVD, Santander and Bilbao). Check

You can also book your bus tickets through Spanish Bike Tours

Spanish Bike Tours can also arrange private transfers to/from the different airports at the beginning/ end of the tour.


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