Click here for Day 2: Portonovo to Valdoviño
Day 3 took us via the town of Cedeira up to Porto do Barqueiro, a colourful little fishing village perched on the edge of the cliffs that we figured was the northern-most town in Spain, although I could stand corrected, but it certainly looked like it was on the map. We stopped and explored whenever the rain stopped long enough for us not to ruin our camera gear, but after Viveiro, with the rain still beating down, we decided to hit the highway again and push on to the Asturias region, where we spent the night in a cute little campsite in Perlora with the most amazing view over the neighbouring town of Candás.
Click here for Day 4: Perlora to Bilbao
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adoro o facto do zé pequeno tb ter ido!!! que saudades de uma road-trip assim!!
Seems so quiet and peaceful!
Love going your roadtrips with you!
Thanks! Still more to come… 🙂
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Beautiful photos, I’m impressed
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