Tapia, Spain ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ 2019

Date: 26th July 2019

Travelled: 84 kilometres from Cudillero to Tapia both in the Province of Asturias

Visited: Lluarca and Tapia

Stayed: Tapia municipal aire โ‚ฌ4, all service. N43.56633, W06.94634

Budget: 47 days @ โ‚ฌ89 per day

After a morning walk around the break wall and through Cudillero (again) we ready the Hymer for the road. Itโ€™s another grey morning. We read horror stories of the heat wave in England and Central Europe but its fairly mild again today.

Itโ€™s an easy 50 kms along the A8 before turning into Lluarca. Another town built around its Porte, surrounded by steep cliffs. Itโ€™s dissected by the Rio Negro, which doesnโ€™t seem to be an issue as there is a bridge every 50m, OK every 100m. There are a lot of bridges for the size of the town.


Map showing Lluarca, icon on our parking spot.


Driving down into Lluarca, we cross under the Fav Railway.



We see a church up on the headland and a sign pointing to a cemetery (yes, we were surprised), so we continue on.



So we cross a few more bridges as we make our way back to the Hymer. In the background of this photo you can see the Fav Railway viaduct we passed under earlier as it continues to wind its way around Lluarca.

Back on the A8 we continue on to Tapia a beachside village about 20 kms further west. The comments in P4N are so good we thought we should give it a look.


Map showing Tapia, the icon on the aire.


The aire in Tapia overlooks this very nice beach.


Michael and Pam


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