This was Spain’s main communications route during the Roman Empire, and now the A-66 and N-630 roads enable us to follow it by motorcycle. The route runs from Seville (in Andalusia, Southern Spain) to Gijón (Asturias, in the north). You can take your own motorbike, hire one in Spain, or book an organised trip with a guide.
Contrast in landscapes
Nature is one of the main attractions of the route. The southern landscape is dominated by olive groves, Extremadura by wooded pastures, and the centre of Spain by the meseta (plateau). When it reaches the north, the route goes through green valleys and over scenic mountain passes.The A-66 and N-630 are the fastest and most modern roads. The side roads lead further into the surroundings, and are great if you want to enjoy the huge variety of landscapes along the route.