BTT · Stage 7 · 56 Kilometres See map
The trail is well signposted with yellow arrows, except for the stretch between Béjar and Calzada de Béjar, where the route runs along a secondary road with very little traffic. Cycling is slightly difficult on some stretches during the rainy season. Some streams need to be forded or crossed, though they do not present any major difficulty.
The percentage of trails/paths is 90%, with the remaining 10% being paved roads.Facebook Twitter Email
The route runs along a trail and secondary road with little traffic until reaching Calzada de Béjar (7 km), where it once more follows the Via de la Plata Route.
Detour. The trail to the right, which is easier to cycle on, leads to Salamanca. The one to the left, which you take, is more technical and difficult, but passes closer to San Pedro de Rozados, the end of this stage.
|Stage||Mountain bike||Road bike|
|0||Carmona - Sevilla||Mountain bike|
|1||Sevilla - El Real de la Jara||Mountain bike||Road bike|
|2||El Real de la Jara - Villafranca de los Barros||Mountain bike||Road bike|
|3||Villafranca de los Barros - Alcuéscar||Mountain bike||Road bike|
|4||Alcuéscar - Casar de Cáceres||Mountain bike||Road bike|
|5||Casar de Cáceres - Plasencia||Mountain bike||Road bike|
|6||Plasencia - Béjar||Mountain bike||Road bike|
|7||Béjar - San Pedro de Rozados||Mountain bike||Road bike|
|8||San Pedro de Rozados - Zamora||Mountain bike||Road bike|
|9||Zamora - Benavente||Mountain bike||Road bike|
|10||Benavente - León||Mountain bike||Road bike|
|11||León - Pola de Lena||Mountain bike||Road bike|
|12||Pola de Lena - Gijón||Mountain bike||Road bike|