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CN11 - Laredo - Güemes - 21,8 Km

 

Itinerary

You will leave Laredo town centre via Calle López Seña to then join the boardwalk and continue on it along Salvé Beach, to finally get to Puntal de Laredo. From here, you can take a boat to cross to Santoña. The pier where you will arrive is on the Santoña boardwalk, next to Juan de la Cosa monument. To cross Santoña, you will pass by Calle Santander, Plaza Manuel Andújar, Calle Cervantes, Plaza de San Antonio and Calle Manzanero, always straight on, until you exit the village.

You will leave Santoña and turn right, going on a narrow street to access the CA-907. You will pass near Sorbal quarry and keep straight on under the walls of Penal del Dueso. Berria is a touristic borough in Santoña, clearly separated from the village. You will continue on the CA-907 road and then turn right entering on a sand path leading towards the base of Brusco Mountain.

From here, you have to be careful to not follow the path bordering the cliffs, instead you should take the interior lane, going on the hillside and ascending to border Peña Lanza.

Once you get to the top of Peña Lanza, you will enjoy a great view of the beautiful Trengandin and Helgueras Beach, next to Mijedo holm-oak wood and Noja. From here, you can also see Berria beach, the holm-oak wood of Buciero Mountain and the towns of Santoña and Laredo.

Heading towards Noja, you will start descending to the border of the beach. Continue on the beach and take one of the natural accesses to the left. Keep going on a sand path and soon after leave it to the left, taking a parallel path and passing by the ruins of San Nicolás Chapel.

To get to Trengandin, you will continue through El Saltillo and Helgueras boroughs, leaving this last one to the left and crossing Victoria marshlands via Garvixos medieval Bridge. These marshlands are separated from the sea by Trengandin Beach and they are part of Santoña and Noja Marshlands Nature Reserve. Going on Trengandin Avenue you will see the church tower and will leave the football pitch and a park on the right; keep going on and you will get to San Pedro Church, located on the town centre.

From San Pedro Church and leaving the town hall on your left, you will keep straight on to enter Calle de los Cuadrillos, which leads to a roundabout where you will continue straight on. Then, you will get to a fork where you will take Calle Mies del Valle; later on, you will turn right on Calle del Carmen and, after 280 m, you will get to the intersection with Calle de Cabazos, where Calle del Carmen ends. Now, you will have to turn left to take a path soon after the intersection. This path leads you to another fork, where you will turn right. Later on, you will keep walking and pass under the CA-147, accessing Castillo Siete Villas: Abajas Borough. On your right you will see Alto del Cueto and next to it, Alto del Cincho.

Once you get to the byroad, turn left towards Argoños-Somo road (CA-141). After 100 m walking on the right side, you will turn left and take a lane that leads to San Pantaleón Chapel. Continue on the same path for 200 m and then turn left on the next fork. 400 m away, you will face another fork, where you will have to turn right to La Pedrosa Borough. Go through it and 1 km after you will get to San Pedro Church (in Castillo).

Next the apse of the church, you will take a path going up to the right. After 30 m, turn left on a straight path, leaving the sports centre to the right. Continue on the path, cross the “prau de Santa Ana” and you will get to a more defined lane. Keep going on parallel to the road and when the “prau” finishes, you will get to the CA-452.

From here, you will have to go on the right of the road and then leave it after 100 m, turning right on a local path leading to a fork where you will turn left. On the hillside, a path will take you to San Miguel de Meruelo Church.

From the church, you will continue though the street that goes around the temple and then goes straight on to end (150 ahead) on other street. Here, you should turn left, heading towards the CA-454. Once you get here, you will turn right to continue on the road for half a km and then you will leave it on a pronounced curve, taking a byroad to the left and heading towards Alto de Solorga. Going through Solorga Borough, you will get to the old bridge with the same name. This bridge will allow you to cross the river Campiazu. After crossing it, you will turn right next to a mill, taking a local path; 300 m ahead, you will find a fork at La Venta, next to an old house. Here you will turn right and start ascending towards Bareyo. On this way, you will find three forks: on the first one (400 m ahead), you will turn left; on the second one (300 m after), you will turn right; and, on the third one (200 m after), you will turn left.

Later on, you will arrive at Bareyo, where you can visit Santa María Church (Romanesque). You can get to it following the road towards Ajo.

You will leave Bareyo turning left, following the road CA-447 towards Güemes. On the outskirts of Bareyo (1 km from the town centre) you will find Los Molinos camping. From the camping and continuing on Fuente Espina, you will go down the road surrounded by eucalyptus plantations. You will leave it after 1,4 km, turning left when you pass the p. k. 3, on a byroad at the end of a descent, after crossing Rumego Stream and going though the forest. Taking this path you will go across La Moraza Borough and 1 km after, you will get to the CA-455, next to a bridge where you will turn right. Some metres after, you will take a byroad to the left, heading towards San Julián Chapel, where once was located a very important pilgrims’ hospital. Later on, you will get to the CA-455 and once there, you will turn right towards El Cagigal Hostel, in Güemes, a really important place in the Northern Way as information point and Pilgrim’s Museum.

 

External info sources about this route and recommended websites:

 

 

 

www.cantabriajubilar.com

 

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CN11 - Laredo - Güemes - 21,8 Km
CN11 - Laredo - Güemes - 21,8 Km
CN11 - Laredo - Güemes - 21,8 Km
 
 
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