Untouched natural beauty of the atlantic oceancoast | San Pedro de La Ribera, Cabo Vidio and Cadaved

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  1. walkingnatureworld

    walkingnatureworld Regular Member

    Untouched natural beauty of the atlantic oceancoast | San Pedro de La Ribera, Cabo Vidio and Cadavedo on Camino del Norte-Day 24

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    On the Day 24 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we got from San Pedro de la Ribera beach to the village Cadavedo in Asturias.

    We spent a quiet night in the fields at a spot that we found yesterday. The day started nicely. Then the sun established it's place on the sky and it was there all day long. The first thing we planned to do is to get to Cabo Vidio and to explore this place - that's what locals recommend you to visit. Our trail started with path through the eucalyptus forest. Then we had a really long walk through the village Vivigo. We wandered a little bit in it and finally came out to Cabo Vidio Cliff. The place was absolutely spectacular giving you 360 degree views of the surrounding cliffs and stunning rocks that are standing out of the water. There is an important lighthouse located - that's seen from 40 km both sides..

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