EuroVelo 1 in Spain follows the two ancient routes of the "Camino de Santiago" and the "Ruta Vía de la Plata". The Camino de Santiago or the ‘Way of Saint James’ is a network of trails traditionally followed by pilgrims on their way to the shrine of the apostle Saint James, in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, north western Spain. The Via de la Plata route dates back to the Roman era, during the reigns of the emperors Trajan and Hadrian, when a grand access route was created in the west of the peninsula,linking the Cantabrian coast with the lands of southern Hispania.



Development status
  • Certified Section of at least 300 km that has successfully undergone the certification process in line with ECF’s European Certification Standard. It is the highest quality level on the EuroVelo network
  • Developed with EuroVelo signs Developed route (see category below) with continuous signing along the route, incorporating EuroVelo route information panels.
  • Developed Route developed for cyclists and signed in line with the respective national standard (i.e. it is part of a local, regional or national cycle network). There must also be a website providing information to users. Developed route can be heterogeneous in terms of infrastructure: type of cycling infrastructure, surface, width, gradients, etc
  • Under development Route containing sections that require further development (e.g. stretches on public highways with high levels of traffic). Cyclists are advised to use public transportation to skip these non-developed stretches.
  • Planning Undeveloped route with no detailed information publicly available on the Internet. The itinerary communicated is a proposal for the best possible option currently available. It may also contain dangerous sections. Cyclists are advised to use public transportation to skip these non-developed stretches.
  • Public transport link


  • Natuurlijk Erfgoed
  • UNESCO-werelderfgoed
  • Cultureel Erfgoed
  • Culinaire Hoogstandjes
  • Maritime Heritage / The Rhine / The Meuse
  • Other Point of Interest
  • Bus station
  • Train station
  • Mobility info center

National & Regional Information

EuroVelo Spain - ConBici

National EuroVelo Coordination Centre

ConBici is the EuroVelo National Coordination Centre in Spain, which is responsible for the development of the bicycle in all its facets, the development of bicycle touring and the promotion of EuroVelo’s commitment to sustainability, air quality and regional development.

+34 638 870118

Support - Bikeline

The Bike Line España movement was born with the intention of helping and supporting pilgrims by bicycle in getting to make the way of Santiago de Compostela. Bike Line brings together a range of services and people with the true pilgrim spirit, adding quality, unique attention, and exclusive attention for our beloved Bikegrinos. You are very welcome to the Movement that grows the most on the Camino de Santiago and throughout Europe. Bike Line Spain, always with the Bikegrinos!

Via de la Plata - Peregrino Online

The Peregrino Online and the Association of the Via de la Plata is coordinating a network of Bike Friendly hostels, recognizable at the "Bike friendly" icon.

La Ruta Vía de la Plata by bicycle

The route is located to the west of the Iberian Peninsula and forms part of EuroVelo 1 in Spain. The basis of this tourist route is a Roman road that began to be built in the 1st century BC and eventually became one of the main roads linking the north and south of the peninsula. You can see all the stages, tracks and different resources for cyclists on the website or the app!

Passport for cycling "La Ruta en Bici"

The route passport is a freely available personal document for accreditation purposes, which certifies that the holder is touring the Ruta Via de la Plata and enables discounts to be obtained from affiliated businesses. A hard copy of the passport can be obtained at the tourist offices of those municipalities who are members of the association, or via the website.

Atlantic Coast Route - Spain

The official website of EuroVelo 1 - Atlantic Coast Route in Spain proposes a division of the route in daily sections, detailed descriptions, interactive maps, highlights of the route, pictures and much more. On this website you will also find the full GPS tracks of the route to download!

Way of St. James - Bicigrino

Information for cyclists along the Way of St. James (Camino de Santiago), forming part of EuroVelo 1 and EuroVelo 3 in Spain.

Bizibideak (Gipuzkoa Cycle paths network)

The website has been created by the Department of Mobility and Road Infrastructures of the Provincial Council to promote the use of bicycles and disseminate information about this vehicle.

EuroVelo 1 in Extremadura

Useful information on the 336km of the EuroVelo 1 - Atlantic Coast Route in Extremadura.

Andalusian Cycle Routes

Useful information on the touristic cycling routes available in Andalusia.

Pirineos - Cycling Holidays

Bike Tours, routes in stages and proposals to cycle in Spain, Pyrenees, Bardenas and La Rioja. The website also provides tracks and information to ride by yourself.

+34 666564771

La Rioja Turismo

Touristic information in the Spanish region of La Rioja, famous for its wine, gastronomy, culture and beautiful landscapes.

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EuroVelo 1 Spain: World Heritage and Historical Routes


The Spanish section of the Eurovelo 1 route is an epic journey that takes you well off the beaten path, to discover continental Spain, crossing five strikingly different regions as you cycle. For two thirds of the way you will be following the Camino de Santiago and the Via de la Plata: both classic long distance cycling routes. Each night will be spent in towns and cities of outstanding historic, cultural and architectural interest, in a centrally located hotel.

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Huelva Train Station

The train station is located in the south of the city. From here there are three medium distance trains daily to Seville, one fast long distance train a day to Madrid via La Palma del Contado and Córdoba, and one medium distance trains a day to Jabugo and Sierra de Aracena, which continue north to Zafra and Extremadura.

Huelva Bus Station

Huelva's bus station is in the centre opposite the tourist office, at Calle Doctor Rubio, 902 114 494. Most services are run by the Damas or the Avanza bus companies. There is a company called Flixbus,which traveling to Faro Airport in Portugal.

Huelva Touristic Information

Practical information about routes, services, accommodations and other touristic issues.

Ayamonte Bus Station

The station is located at the access to Ayamote at the entrance from the N 431 road, near the Guardia Civil headquarters, and five minutes from the Plaza de la Ribera, one of the most emblematic squares of the village.

Lepe Bus Station

Located in Av. de Andalucia, 53, with intercity connections to cities such as Seville, Huelva, or Ayamonte and international bus connections to Portugal (Tavira).

Gibraleon Bus Station

Renfe Media Distancia services stop at this station and their main destinations are the cities of Huelva and Jabugo. Another MD continues to Zafra at weekends and there you can change trains and reach destinations such as Mérida, Cáceres, Plasencia, Talavera de la Reina and Madrid.

Gibraleon Bus Station

Bus stop at street level, with a bus shelter in Estación Street.

Valverde del Camino Bus Station

Bushaltestelle auf Straßenniveau, in der la Viña Straße, 53, Ecke Orquidea Straße

Moguer Bus Station

Located in La Parrala St, 2, with connection to Seville Airport, Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz), Córdoba and Madrid.

Plasencia Train Station

Alfonso Camargo Street, s/n P.C. 10600. Plasencia. Toilets / Bar / Services / Disabled toilets / wheelchairs/ adapted platforms.

Cañaveral Train Station

Train station street. PC.10820. Cañaveral.

Cáceres Train Station

Juan Pablo II Avenue 6th. PC. 10005. Cáceres Toilets / restaurant / sale of tickets / disabled toilet / disabled parking / adapted shopping / restaurant in lobby / wheelchairs / adapted platforms.

Merida Train Station

Cardero Streen s/n C.P. 06800 MÉRIDA Toilets / parking / sale of tickets Disabled travellers service / disabled toilets / disabled parking / disabled shopping/ restaurant area in lobby / wheelchairs / adapted platforms.

Almendralejo Train Station

Villafranca de los barros Train Station

Los Santos de Maimona Train Station

Zafra Train Station

Station Avenue s/n P.C. 06300 Zafra

Cáceres Bus Station

Tunez Street. P.C. 10005 Cáceres Disabled services: disabled travelers service / disabled toilets /disabled shopping and restaurant area in lobby / wheelchairs / adapted platforms disabled parking /

Mérida Bus Station

Liberty Avenue, PC. 06800. Mérida Toilets / bar / parking / lobby.

Almendralejo Bus Station

Juan Campomanes Puerto Street 59 , 06200 Almendralejo

Zafra Bus Station

Badajoz Granada Road , 06300 Zafra Parking / bar.

Pamplona Train Station

There are direct daily trains running to Madrid, Barcelona, etc. Bike transport: consult the specific instructions of Renfe (the train operator).

Estación de autobuses de Pamplona/Iruña

Some bus companies have daily connections between Pamplona and many regional and national destinations (Barcelona, Madrid, etc. as well as some places in France (Bayonne, Hendaye, Saint-Jean-de-Luz and Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port).

Logroño Bus Station

The station can be reached by car, taxi and urban coach. The taxi stand is located just outside the station. It has lockers, a shopping area, a cafeteria, check-in... as well as other services such as waiting areas, ATMs and telephone booths.

1, Avenida de España, Logroño, Spain

Logroño Train Station

The station can be reached by car, taxi and urban coach. There is a taxi stand just outside the station. Other services: parking, luggage trolleys, lost property and services and support for people with disabilities