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CN19 - Sebrayo - Gijón - 30,6 Km

 

Itinerary

From Sebrayo, you will follow the road towards Villaverde and 500 m before arriving at the village, the way turns left and goes up to Fresco country houses, the north of La Cuesta and El Sello; you will descend to Miyares Stream, where you will find the Pilgrims’ Fountain and will pass by La Estrada workers’ house. After going through Santa Eulalia de Carda, you will get to the N-632 and enter Villaviciosa via Les Caleyes and Calle Magdalena.

The Way goes on next to Valdediós River, across Alameda Park, getting to the first houses in Amandi, where you can visit a great Romanesque church. In this point, the way connects with the road from Villaviciosa to Infiesto, and gets separated from it in La Regatina, turning right to cross San Juan Bridge over the river Valdediós. Continue towards La Parra, where the way connects with the AS-113 (Villaviciosa-La Secada), and then turn right on the VV-10 (to Rozadas), heading to Casquita, where San Blas Chapel indicates the fork of the royal ways towards Gijón and Oviedo.

If you want to get to Gijón, in Casquita you will need to continue on the left margin of the river Valdediós, crossing it and continuing to El Mayorazgo. Later on, you will go up to Las Vallinas, going on to Rozadas road and then taking the way that leads to Peón and to La Cruz Mountain pass, where there is a pronounced descent to Peón Valley.

It is recommendable to follow the road to Casamori, continuing by La Venta and then crossing Llantao Bridge over the river España. Go through Santiago de Peón and take the path on the right heading to Curbiello Mountain pass. After 850 m descending, the way goes down by La Olla and gets to San Salvador de Deva and Mirador. Cross the AS-331 and get to the N-632 on the vicinity of Deva camping. Then, go through Santa Eulalia de Cabueñes, Las Cruces, Fuejo, Villamanín and San Julián de Somió, where the way connects with La Guía road, heading towards El Puentín over the river Piles. The Royal Way used to enter Gijón by Calle Carretera de la Costa, getting to Puerta de Begoña. It used to leave heading towards Avilés via El Natahoyo, Cuatro Caminos and La Calzada.

It is sure pilgrims, once in Gijón, used to go to the old town and many of them looked for shelter at Remedios Hospital, located in Cimadevilla.  

 

Information about Gijón in Wikipedia >>> CLICK HERE

 

External info sources about this route and recommended websites:

www.asturias.es

 

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CN19 - Sebrayo - Gijón - 30,6 Km
CN19 - Sebrayo - Gijón - 30,6 Km
CN19 - Sebrayo - Gijón - 30,6 Km
 
CN19 - Sebrayo - Gijón - 30,6 Km
CN19 - Sebrayo - Gijón - 30,6 Km
CN19 - Sebrayo - Gijón - 30,6 Km
 
CN19 - Sebrayo - Gijón - 30,6 Km
CN19 - Sebrayo - Gijón - 30,6 Km
CN19 - Sebrayo - Gijón - 30,6 Km
 
 
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