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From Viana do Castelo to Baiona

74 km Distance
340 m Ascent
330 m Descent

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Oceanside all the way to the ferry in Baiona. Mind the schedule, we got there on low tide and the first one was at 2pm. Also mind the hour change, this day will be one-hour shorter. Beautiful scenery going south-west around the peninsula before reaching A Guarda. Prepare yourself to hop the bike past some rocks, and for some steep, partially paved climbs. We followed the yellow arrows that mark the way for Santiago de Compostella pilgrims. When going west down to the beach, expect to see beautiful scenery, and pay with some steep pushbike.


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