Cycling the Spanish Meseta (Sept 2015)

A cycling journey on the Camino de Santiago

The Spanish Meseta is a section of the Camino France that lies between Lagrano and Astorga, Spain. This central plateau is considered the “Spanish Heartland” in Spain’s Castile region. It is known for its flat dry areas and lack of shade. It is also known to pilgrims as a place for quiet reflection while crossing this area. The Meseta is approximately 200km or 8 stages.

~ Marla

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