Spain, Sevilla, Cadiz, Ronda, 22 – 31 October 2014

I rode from Madrid to Sevilla then to Cadiz on the coast and then back into the mountains to Ronda.

Sevilla, 22 – 25 October 2014

Sevilla, capital of Andalusia and the nicest city so far, population 1.5 million, a large and vibrant old town, something always going on, though the Spanish evening does not start until 8:00 pm, well that’s when restaurants open for dinner.

Cadiz, 26 – 29 October 2014

An ancient port city built on a tiny sand spit it is the oldest continuously inhabited city in Spain. Wandering the streets of the old town is fascinating as always and for some fresh air air you can do a complete circuit along the sea front in a couple of hours.

Ronda, 30 – 31 October 2014

A town in the mountains, 750 meters altitude made famous by a remarkable bridge completed in 1793 which rises 120 meters from the base of the gorge. Getting a picture of the bridge was hard work hahaha. On the way to Ronda I stopped at the Jerez MotoGP circuit to visit the museum and have a look around.

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One Response to Spain, Sevilla, Cadiz, Ronda, 22 – 31 October 2014

  1. Helen Jones says:

    Enjoying reading this and seeing your piccies Chris. How are you finding the now, not-so-new, bike? 😉 I journeyed from Los Alcazares to Calais a couple of weeks back -Andorra is absolutely breathtaking biking scenery and motorbike riding. There was snow on some of the mountain caps even then. The Millau Bridge was worth the photoshot, too! Continue to have brilliant fun Chris! H xx 🙂

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