b-Roads, Galicia Coast
b-Roads, Galicia Coast
b-Roads, Galicia Coast
b-Roads, Galicia Coast
b-Roads, Galicia Coast
b-Roads, Galicia Coast

b-Roads, Galicia Coast

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Discover the Galician Coast aboard your Motorhome or Camper!

Motorhome and camper travel guide. Discover the coast of Galicia through 10 routes that will allow you to enjoy the best places, aboard your motorhome or camper, with information on what to see, where to park and spend the night, thanks to the data obtained "in situ" by the editorial team.

Guide written in Spanish, unique in its genre. There is no better information material for travelers in motorhomes or campers of this quality in Spain. The information compiled has been obtained by the editors in situ. The detail of each point reported -in the 15 proposed routes- allows travelers to travel with total certainty of finding the right information and the perfect overnight stay points to optimize travel time. Photographs, symbols and GPS coordinates facilitate the use of the guide.

10 reasons why you should visit the COAST OF GALICIA with b-Roads.

ROUTES:

1.Mariña Lucense
2.Ortigueira estuary
3.Region of Ferrol
4.Fragas do Eume
5.A Coruña
6.Costa da Morte
7.Muros and Noia estuaries
8.Pontevedra estuary
9.Atlantic Islands
10.Lands of the Miño

The Costa de Galicia guide includes route maps as well as GPS locations of the nearest motorhome service areas or parking lots, so that you can travel comfortably with your motorhome or camper, with practical information on places to empty or where to spend the night.

 

"Discovering Galicia by motorhome is a real delight, as there is a very definite idiosyncrasy in these lands of deep Celtic roots. Its history left an indelible mark throughout its territory, offering future generations a long-idealized legacy of contrasts, which today we can discover in the form of dream beaches, dolmens, petroglyphs or fishing villages..."