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Thread: Interesting Route Malaga to Salou

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plymadv View Post
    Cheers guys! I was randomly in Salou this morning on the bike and ran the route in reverse. I am now in Calpe recovering from the overdose of bends and perfect tarmac


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    The route in post #5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinten View Post
    Last time I rode that way, I went south east from Cantavieja to La Inglesuela del Cid, then north east to Morella via Cinctorres. I can't remember the detail, except it was a lovely ride.

    Previously I'd ridden north west on the A-226 up towards Villarluengo, short detour to Pitarque, then on to the N420. The A-226 that way is a fairly minor road, a bit bumpy, very twisty but goes through some properly amazing scenery. I'd say it's worth it from that point of view (and the sense of relief when reaching the N road and being able to get above 3rd gear for the first time in a while!). This was on my R1200GS - I wouldn' t choose to ride it on current bike (K1600GT) as it would be a bit too much like hard work.

    This was taken just south of Villarluengo - it's one of my favourite bike photos. It doesn't really give the scale of the scenery; between the bike and the rock formation in the background was a very deep gorge.

    Nope, that's the A-1702 you were on my good man! fantastic road and, as you say, amazing scenery!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinten View Post
    The route in post #5?
    Yes 90% of it. Ive been bashing around Spain for the last week. So many good roads and great food


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