I’m off on a mountain bike trip around the Cabo de Gata, a Natural Park in Spain’s Almeria province. The park is unique within Europe, being comprised of an arid, volcanic landscape, sea-cliffs, volcanic sierra’s and a coastal plain of extensive dunes, stony plateau, small lagoons and salt-pans.
Sometimes things do get decidedly rough. Fortunately this didn’t block our path, but was a little comedic nonetheless. Once past this the track really did
Pouring over the maps last night, it appeared that the track between Los Escallos (where we are camped) and San Jose would be fairly straightforward.
A very agreeable day out on the bikes from Elche to Alicante and back along a cycle path (a lovely 4 metre wide one, perfectly
Having made the decision to come all the way back, it was interesting passing by the spot I had stayed at last night, and those
As you cross the border between Valencia and Aragon there are some amazing rock formations, particularly the colours. I’ve decided I will make it back
I’ve decided to head back rather than go all the war to the end of the line. I was probably about 15-20 miles short but
Ok, so Teruel turned out to be a disappointment. All there was were old station buildings and no town. It was there somewhere off to
Woke up about 5:30am and a little chilly but not too bad. More to do with the hard floor. For the most part I was
The picture shows viaducts built for both the new (left) and old (right) railway lines spanning opposite ends of a small valley. The old railway